Free Browser Version of Street Fighter II CE Released

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Continuing the recent spate of free releases of 1990s classics, Capcom and GameTap have now released a browser-based version of Street Fighter II CE.

The fighter is now playable on Kongregate and Ponged as a promotion of the PC release of Street Fighter IV. Annoying chatters and keyboard controls are a small price to pay for free shoryukens.

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    July 10, 2009 12:51 PM

    Can't flash support joysticks ?

    This is painful to play on the keyboard

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      July 10, 2009 12:58 PM

      Your free product displeases me. I feel I am entitled to complain about said product for which I have provided zero compensation.

      Come on Lobo. It's flash based Street Fighter. How can you really expect something like that?

      I play SFIV on the keyboard currently because it's the better option over the 360 controller. Until I get a proper joystick, I'll keep with it. Being able to remap the keys makes a huge difference, but the default setting that this flash port offers is playable.

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        July 10, 2009 1:02 PM

        If I worked on a free game I'd make sure people would enjoy it in the best possible way.

        Its not like adding joystick support is the hardest part of the job

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          July 10, 2009 1:04 PM

          Especially if I try to promote some game. Look how unplayable it is!

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      July 10, 2009 1:23 PM

      Xbox 360 controller using FlashJoystick.

      http://flashjoystick.pillowfortgames.com/