Street Fighter II Alternatives

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Street Fighter II

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Street Fighter II developed and published by Capcom is an Action, Fighting, Single-player, and Two-player video game. It offers numerous playable characters, and each of them has its unique fighting style and command-based moves. The player remains engaged in one-on-one fighting matches against multiple competitors… read more
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Street Fighter II Alternatives & Similar Games for Linux

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1. Skullgirls

Skullgirls is an Arcade, Action, Side-Scrolling, Fighting, Single-player and Multiplayer video game developed by Lab Zero Games and published by Marvelous. The game engages the player in one-on-one combat matches and takes place in the fictional world.

It includes different characters such as Filia, Cerebella, Parasoul, Peacock, Double, Painwheel, etc. and allows the player to select three characters from available to dive into the game world where he has to fight against other characters in different stages.

More About Street Fighter II

Street Fighter II developed and published by Capcom is an Action, Fighting, Single-player, and Two-player video game. It offers numerous playable characters, and each of them has its unique fighting style and command-based moves. The player remains engaged in one-on-one fighting matches against multiple competitors.

During the gameplay, the player gets into close-quarter combat filed and struggles to deplete the vitality of the opponents within a time limit. If the player and his opposing player knock each other simultaneously and even the time runs out, then a Double KO will suddenly appear or draw the game. Lots of playable characters are available, such as Chun-Li, E. Honda, Ken, Vega, and many more.

At the start, the player selects his favorite character and advances through the game. While playing, the player makes use of the joystick to execute some real-life actions, such as jump, crouch, and even move towards or away from the opposing player. Throughout his journey, the player needs to guard his controlled character against an opponent’s attacks to gain different points.

While in the game, the player has to perform a massive variety of basic moves in any position, such as grab or throw attacks. The game enables the player to perform some special moves by inputting numerous directional-based commands. Street Fighter II includes some great features, such as Soundtrack, Enhanced Mechanics, Multiple Rounds, Fantasy, Different Fighting Style, Pixel Graphics, and more.