Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo>Do people still play this game?
Religiously in Japan in the arcades, and by many in the USA online and offline.>Isn't ST really hard to learn?
A oldman fallacy, it is actually one of the easiest fighting games to become proficient at. >What makes Super Turbo so great?
Every character is viable in the roster, tons of different play styles, many years of work and fine tuning from SF2 onward. The chess of fighting games.>It looks ugly/I heard it's broken/etc
Just try it out.>Why play ST?
Once you establish your game in ST, you will find the reason why almost every single fighting game on the planet has been inspired and influenced by ST. If you get good at ST, picking up other fighting games is much easier.>I don't agree with any of this
I'm old and don't give a shit.
Most people play on Fightcade or Fightcade 2. NOTE: Fightcade 2 uses a different romset than Fightcade 1.
Fightcade ST ROMS (you need both in the ROMS folder)https://archive.org/download/fightcaderoms/ssf2.ziphttps://archive.org/download/fightcaderoms/ssf2xj.zip
Fightcade 2 (still a work in progress)https://play.fightcade.com/
Fightcade 2 ROMhttps://nofile.io/f/fxSFrAgcPK2/ssf2xjr1.zip
Sirlin's ST Tutorials from Capcom Classics Collection 2https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vCEV9SNM1bc
ST channel with up-to-date uploads from Gamestop Versus matches from Japan.https://www.youtube.com/user/supersf2turbo
Yoga Book Hyper (the ST bible) strategy sections for all characters (flow charts, combos, strings, all you need to get started, etc).https://pastebin.com/rzEce1HG
ST website with easy to use menu's for beginner, intermediate, and advanced players.http://www.goukipedia.com/http://wiki.shoryuken.com/Super_Street_Fighter_2_TurboShoryuken.com
's mega guide to all things ST.