This week in Your Parents Basement, we are fighting our way through the wooorrrlllddd! From 1991 and 1992, we’re playing Street Fighter II by Capcom for the Arcade and Super Nintendo. We’re joined by special guest Mike Smith!
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- 0:00 – Intro, which features the title theme from the game. And in the first five minutes, Mike tells a story of devotion to the game, the best we’ve had so far.
- 41:00 – Emails! We talk dames.
- 54:00 – Snifferoo. Next week, we’re playing burger-focused games!
– According to Price Charting, Street Fighter II is quite reasonably priced. The loose cart is $11, and the box and manual are $23.75. It’s a few bucks more if you want the Turbo or Super editions.
Loved this episode guys! Street Fighter II: Turbo was the first SNES game I owned (and still have!) and I played a ton of it. Only beat the main game once with the boss M. Bison himself and never again despite countless retries. I got into Super Street Fighter IV for several months, but aside from that Street Fighter II and a few of its variants over the years was the most I really got invested into the series. I lost track of how many times I rebought it in various incarnations over the years.