SNES SSF2 Questons + SSF2T Top Tiers


#1

I was wondering if you guys could help me…I will be definetely going to the EVO tourney and will be playing Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo. The only problem is I own the SNES Super Street Fighter 2: The New Challengers and not the Turbo version. :frowning:

Are there a lot of differences (such as new character moves, throws and specials) between the 2 versions or am I going to be all right by practicing using the SNES version of Super Street Fighter 2: The New Challengers? I also own Street Fighter Alpha 2 and 3. I have heard that Ken and Ryu have been toned down from SSF2T. Is this true?

How about new characters?

I also would like to know the top tiers for SSF2T!

Any advice will be appreciated!!!:slight_smile:

If there are good websites out there(other than gamefaqs) with a lot of info on SSF2T please let me know.

Thanks in advance. And Good Luck to all in the EVO tournament!!!


#2

Can anyone help me?


#3

Ok.

New Challengers is ok if you’re trying to learn the basics. However, there is simply too many things lacking in it to mke you even start leaning to play Super Turbo. I mean, it’s kinda embarrasing to be whacked by an overhead simply because you didn’t know what the heck it was. This kind of shit requires tons of experience to properly react to because playing New Challengers will breed bad habits. For all intents and purposes, NC will give you about as much skill playing Super Turbo as much as playing World Warrior will.

One reason why people aren’t responding to your thread ios becuse they don’t want to spoonfeed you (I’m a nice guy, so sue me). Take the time and read the various threads on ST on this site. The “differences between old and new characters” thread will help you get started, but don’t think that just because you mastered New Challengers you can pick up O. Sagat/O. Ryu/O. Sim/O. Gief and manage to be competitive in ST.


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#4

Thanks a lot…if somebody needs to be spoonfed I will do my best to help as long as I know the subject:mad:

Are there any websites???


#5

Buy a dreamcast and ST :stuck_out_tongue:


#6

(grabs a shovel because it seems a spoon won’t do)

Here’s the thread that’s probably the most relevant to your question.

http://www.shoryuken.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=9641

Here are other threads that might help.

http://www.shoryuken.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=29216
http://www.shoryuken.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=34308
http://www.shoryuken.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=34723

No, there aren’t any other websites that may help you learn ST from NC. Check out srk’s affiliate websites, but the response you’ll get from there is pretty much the same.

Sarcasm will get you nowhere. Serves me goddamn right for trying to help a newb.


#7

:confused: I was not being sarcastic!!! I really meant thnak you and I will thank you again…Thanks a lot!!!

Since I have been spoonfed and shoveled down my throat I will not ask anymore questions:lol: :lol: :lol:


#8

There are obviously big differences between NC and ST (like super moves for one!), but your problem is further complicated by the fact that you are playing the SNES version. As with most console conversions, there will changes. Even discrepencies in sprite sizes will affect gameplay. One cool little home-version exclusive glitch I remember is that Vega (U.S.) could “chain” a C.HP into a S.HP. Try it!


#9

I have finally found a copy of Street Fighter Now Loading…I mean Collection(Which includes Super Turbo) How’s that compared to the Arcade version?