Released on June 13, 2001 in Japan.
Features a new intro and title screen, new backgrounds for Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li, Zangief, Guile, M. Bison, Vega, and Gouki, new endings, and the Car Crusher and Barrel Buster bonus stages.
Due to the Game Boy Advance having only four buttons, players were required to either, tap for Light attacks and press for Medium ones (kinda like the pressure pads of the original Street Fighter) or hit two buttons simultaneously for Heavy attacks (like in Samurai Spirits and World Heroes Perfect). Buttons could also be configured to the player's taste as well.
Pressing the Select button during battle enabled Easy Commands (so Ryu's Hadoken is simply done as pressing to the Right and any Punch button, and Super Combos were performed by pressing A and B simultaneously).
The A Button selects the character's original color from Super Street Fighter II, while the Start button selects the default color from Super Street Fighter II X. Gouki and Shin Gouki have nine colors like everyone else, their first six taken from Street Fighter Zero 3 (Zero 2 for Shin Gouki) while the others are all-new.
[US] "Super Street Fighter II Turbo - Revival [Model AGB-AG5E-USA]
[EU] "Super Street Fighter II Turbo - Revival [Model AGB-AXRP-EUR]