A Few Questions about HSF2?

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  • cjkid123cjkid123 Joined: Posts: 39
    Jion_Wansu wrote: »
    Taken just by what WW Guile has (jab redizzy non-wtihstanding) he is the worst. All sonic booms have the same speed (IIRC) and he no reversal since he's a WW character.

    Why couldn't they put a normal WW Guile in the game, with various heights of somersaults and various speeds of sonic booms.


    Just to clear things up with WW versions in HSF2. They are based on the last Japanese revision of WW (Japan 911210) and Guile did have one version of Flash Kick and Boom for all buttons. Somehow this is the glitchless version of WW that nobody played except in Japan.

    Nice, this was unknown to me. How did you find this out?
  • Spirited_AwaySpirited_Away Joined: Posts: 513 ✭✭✭✭✭ OG
    cjkid123 wrote: »
    Jion_Wansu wrote: »
    Taken just by what WW Guile has (jab redizzy non-wtihstanding) he is the worst. All sonic booms have the same speed (IIRC) and he no reversal since he's a WW character.

    Why couldn't they put a normal WW Guile in the game, with various heights of somersaults and various speeds of sonic booms.


    Just to clear things up with WW versions in HSF2. They are based on the last Japanese revision of WW (Japan 911210) and Guile did have one version of Flash Kick and Boom for all buttons. Somehow this is the glitchless version of WW that nobody played except in Japan.

    Nice, this was unknown to me. How did you find this out?

    It was mentioned years ago when HSF2 dropped on T.Akiba's webpage's discussion page.

  • moegreenmoegreen Joined: Posts: 11
    I've found on Mame that the HSF2 speed seems a good bit faster than ST (X), both set to T4. Is that just an emulation glitch or was the game authored to be faster?
  • eltroubleeltrouble Joined: Posts: 5,714
    moegreen wrote: »
    I've found on Mame that the HSF2 speed seems a good bit faster than ST (X), both set to T4. Is that just an emulation glitch or was the game authored to be faster?

    I think the game is faster than regular ST, as well as the fact that emulated SF2 roms run faster than original arcade hardware. Fortunately, in MAME, you can lower emulation speeds to match. I think the magic number was 96% or 97%.
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