The sad visual retelling of Street Fighter’s transition into polygonal existence.
(Electronic Gaming Monthly #53, December 1993)
We’ve replaced Guile’s face with one of the California Raisins, let’s see if our readers notice the difference.
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Since nice scans of bootleg cart art are so rare, I decided to collect a bunch of so-so scans/photos together for single post. Here are a ton of Street Fighter-related Famicom bootleg carts, and here’s your guide:
Row 1 - Master Fighter VI cartridge sticker
Row 2 - Master Fighter VI box, Street Blaster VI Turbo, Street Fighter II Pro box
Row 3 - Street Fighter II: New Super Fighter, Super Fighter IV, Street Fighter IV
Row 4 - Street Fighter III, Fight Street VI, Fighting Hero III
Street Fighter II: RYU manga by Masaomi Kanzaki.
Brazilian magazine as featuring some Street Fighter 2 characters - as far as I can tell, they want to play SNES and Guile is claiming the first go because he brought the television. That seems fair enough, TVs were pretty heavy in the ’90s and all Chun-Li brought was a pad. Strongest Woman in the World my foot!