[CONSOLE] NEC PC-Engine Game
Street Fighter II' - Champion Edition © 1993 NEC Home Electronics, Limited.
In the name of destiny, they continue their fight. That glimmer in their eyes - is it the glow of victory or the brutal ember of defeat?
Following the success of the world famous Street Fighter II on the Super Famicom platform, STREET FIGHTER II DASH for the PC Engine pushes the enthusiasm of the series towards another peak.
STREET FIGHTER II DASH: With its all-new features, it will never fall short of your high expectations.
Street Fighter II' - Champion Edition for PC-Engine was released on June 12, 1993 in Japan for 9800 Yen.
This version features the barrel buster bonus stage missing from the Super Nintendo version of the original Street Fighter II, but still only contains two bonus stages, the first one after three fights, and the second one after six fights.
The majority of the games released at the time of this game's release were on CD-ROM, but Capcom chose to release this as a 20-Megabit Hu-Card, the biggest for the console.
A six-button controller was designed specifically for this game. When played with a two-button controller, the Pause function is disabled, and the Run, I, and II buttons are used for attacks, with the Select button used to toggle between Punches and Kicks.
Nintendo Wii [Virtual Console] [JP] [Model PDJJ] (nov.16, 2009)
Nintendo Wii [Virtual Console] [US] [Model PDJE] (nov.16, 2009)
Nintendo Wii [Virtual Console] [EU] [AU] [Model PDJP] (dec.18, 2009)