Street Fighter II Turbo - Hyper Fighting © 1993 Capcom Company, Limited.
Feel the need for speed!
Faster, stronger, and with all new moves including Blanka's Vertical Rolling, Zangief's Quick Double Lariat, Dhalsim's Yoga Teleport, Chun-Li's Kikoken and Ryu's Airborne Tatsumaki Senpukyaku, twelve of the greatest fighters from across the globe are ready to do battle!
Features 12 characters plus awesome stereo sound, adjustable Turbo speed plus a special Champion mode on 20 MEGS of martial arts action, the largest Super Famicom Game Pak at the time of release.
For 1 or 2 players, play against the computer or against another player.
Cartridge ID: SHVC-TI
This is one of Capcom's biggest selling consumer video game with 4,100,000 units sold. It was released on July 11, 1993 in Japan for 9980 Yen. It was then released as a Nintendo Power edition on September 30, 1997.
Despite being titled 'Turbo', this port contains a version of Champion Edition named Normal mode.
The changes in pitch for Special Moves that were used in the original game was removed.
The voice of the announcer for the stage countries, round victories, and continue countdown was restored.
The barrel buster bonus stage was placed in this game as the third bonus stage after 9 fights.
The images displayed for the endings were changed to make them more accurate to the arcade version endings.
Sound effects for the elephants in Dhalsim's stage and crowd cheering in some stages at the end of rounds were added to this version, although they were not in the arcade original. However, these were included in the arcade version of Super Street Fighter II which was released a few months later.
The code: Down, R, Up, L, Y, B, X, A
Enter the code at the CAPCOM screen to disable Special Moves during a single player game.
Enter the code (on controller 2) as the word TURBO scrolls from right to left to enable up to ten stars of Turbo speed for the Turbo game.
Enter the code (on controller 2) on the Handicap and Stage Select screen in V.S. Battle mode to enable the Special Moves screen.
Nintendo Wii [Virtual Console] (aug.10, 2007) [Model JBIJ]
Nintendo Wii U [Virtual Console] (june.25, 2014) [Model JAYJ]