Street Fighter II © 1995 Capcom Company, Limited.
Take the wildest fighting action everywhere you go!
Travel the globe seeking the wildest martial arts action with the courageous and elite World Warriors. With fierce displays of bone-crushing moves these global contestants brawl to the very end. Rolling attacks, dragon punches, fireballs, and sonic booms devastate the competition. Can anyone survive this incredible test of martial arts annihilation?
World Warrior martial arts action comes to the Game Boy featuring fighters with their special attacks and unique fighting styles, Super Game Boy compatibility with border changes with each location around the globe, and 2 player simultaneous play with Game Link or Super Game Boy! All on 4 megs of hard-hitting action with incredible graphics and awesome special moves!
Cartridge ID: DMG-ASFJ-JPN
Street Fighter II for Game Boy was released on August 11, 1995 in Japan. Then, it was released on March 1, 2000 as a Nintendo Power edition.
Three characters are missing: E. Honda, Dhalsim, and Balrog (Vega in the US). The remaining nine are playable, including M. Bison (Balrog in the US), Sagat, and Vega (M. Bison in the US).
The graphics, character portraits, and backgrounds are based on Super Street Fighter II, although some moves, such as Blanka's Amazon River Run from Super Street Fighter II X (Super Street Fighter II Turbo in the US) are included as well.
Since the Game Boy only features two buttons, the strength of a player's punches and kicks are determined by how long the player hold either button, an input method similar to the pressure pads used in some arcade versions of the original Street Fighter.
Same character matches are allowed, but characters will have the same color whether a Super Game Boy is being used or not.