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    Why was the oil barrel destroying bonus stage (the third bonus stage in the arcade version) removed to put in a brick destroying bonus stage (the second bonus stage in the SNES and Sega Mega Drive/Sega Genesis ports?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh View Post
    Why was the oil barrel destroying bonus stage (the third bonus stage in the arcade version) removed to put in a brick destroying bonus stage (the second bonus stage in the SNES and Sega Mega Drive/Sega Genesis ports?)
    Maybe it's because they didn't want to program the "physics" of the barrels?
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    Does anybody know of an accurate tier list for SFII': Champion Edition?

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    Very solid version. The 6 button is great for this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh View Post
    Why was the oil barrel destroying bonus stage (the third bonus stage in the arcade version) removed to put in a brick destroying bonus stage (the second bonus stage in the SNES and Sega Mega Drive/Sega Genesis ports?)
    Probably because there would have been too much flicker. I believe that the brick stack is made of tiles.

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    Parents paid 60 for this....

    70 for Super SF XD

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    ... I am heading towards the original having a better soul and color palette. It was fun to play, true to the arcade, and wasn't a Glitzy Robotic port. I played the old $.20 cents arcade machines back in the day when I was like 8!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curryman123 View Post
    Very solid version. The 6 button is great for this.
    Quoted for truth. I grew up on both CE and TNC, and even though the later has improved graphics/sprites, the former still rocks my socks.

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    Regular champion edition tier list

    1. Bison(dictator)
    2. Guile
    3. Dhalsim

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    Quote Originally Posted by SabreFGC View Post
    Regular champion edition tier list

    1. Bison(dictator)
    2. Guile
    3. Dhalsim
    ...Are you referring to your favorite characters here?
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    That's all that really matters at the end of the day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NostalgicMachine View Post
    ...Are you referring to your favorite characters here?
    He said tier list, so he's talking about the strongest characters.

    Champ Bison be OP yo.

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    No, those are the best characters hands down. tier list in CE has been pretty definitive for 2 decades. the game had balance issues. Bison can infinitely lock you down 100% with an inescapable block string with his scissor kicks, if done right. unblockable psycho crusher if done right. great normal moves. he does lose to guile tho, if he cant get in and start his shenanigans

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    Capcom nurfed Bisons 7 Hit Re-dizzy Combo..for the 16-bit ports

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black_Tiger View Post
    Probably because there would have been too much flicker. I believe that the brick stack is made of tiles.
    I think this is most likely. But looking at a video of it, there aren't that many barrels on screen and they're not that big. So I don't know.

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    Funny, because I've yet to play against anyone who's actually good with Guile. I have zero issues destroying this game on the highest difficulty setting with Sagat alone.
    Quote Originally Posted by Masamune View Post
    There is nothing wrong with liking more than one system. What's gotten lost in this video game phenomenon is simply the love for playing games. Who cares if a game is on the NES, SNES or Genesis? Do you like the game?

    That's all that really matters at the end of the day.

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