Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix OST Breakdown
To keep fans happy until Street Fighter IV’s February ’09 release, Capcom has unleashed Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix (HD Remix for short). HD Remix is a graphically revamped version of Capcom’s legendary Super Street Fighter II Turbo.
Capcom’s artist went back and redrew every sprite of Super Street Fighter II Turbo giving the game a much smoother, vibrant animation layout. Each of the game’s environments also received a graphical facelift. In a nutshell, HD Remix is the exact same game as Super Street Fighter II Turbo, but with sprites and environments displayed in full 1080p glory.
(Left) Ken Masters from the original SSFII Turbo
(Right) Ken Masters from HD Remix
However, the graphics are not the only aspect of HD Remix that was updated. HD Remix features a top notch remixed soundtrack. What’s so cool about the new soundtrack is that Capcom turned HD Remix’s music over to the fans at OverClocked Remix (ocremix.com).
OC Remix is an online community dedicated to remixing all manner of video game music. While this may sound like “Nerds Gone Wild” in theory, the fine folks as OC ReMix are good at what they do. Entries were submitted for each of HD Remix’s tracks, and the best of the best made the final cut.
If you’re a fan of Street Fighter music, or of video game music in general, check out what OC ReMix has to offer by clicking here.
Also, the entire Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix soundtrack is freely available for download (in flac or mp3 format) by clicking here. Be warned though, you may find yourself in an exercise montage while listening.
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