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Arcade
2/6/1991
Super NES
6/10/1992
MS-DOS
6/11/1992
Amiga
8/12/1992
Atari ST
8/12/1992
Commodore 64
8/12/1992
ZX Spectrum
8/12/1992
LCD
1993
Windows
3/12/1993
Gameboy
8/11/1995
Playstation
as Street Fighter Collection 2
10/31/1998
Compilation release (Capcom Generation 5 in JPN)
Saturn
as Capcom Generation 5
12/3/1998
Compilation release.
Mobile
12/14/2004
Playstation 2
as Capcom Classics Collection Vol. 1
9/27/2005
Compilation release.
Xbox
as Capcom Classics Collection Vol. 1
9/27/2005
Compilation release.
Playstation Portable
as Capcom Classics Collection: Reloaded
10/24/2006
Compilation release.
WiiWare/Virtual Console
12/2/2006
Emulation of Super NES version
iOS
as Capcom Arcade
11/4/2010
Available as an in-app purchase.
Wii U Shop
8/22/2013
Emulation of Super NES version.
Amstrad CPC
Announced but unreleased.
Did you know?
Anachronistic Homeland [Show Image]
Released in March 1991, Street Fighter II depicting Zangief as hailing from the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R.). This made perfect sense, as the U.S.S.R. would not be dissolved until December of that year.

However, Street Fighter Alpha 2, which was released in 1996 but takes place before SFII, indicates that Zangief's country of origin is Russia. The country would still be known as U.S.S.R. during the period in which the game is set.

Oh! My car [Show Image]
The car you break in the bonus stage of Street Fighter 2 is a model which actually exists in real life. It's none other than a 1990 Lexus LS 400 (known in Japan as "Toyota Celsior"), which predates the release of SF2 by just one year. This kind of "car break" bonus stage is not new, though. It could previously be seen in Final Fight, although this time with a different car and with no other intention than to annoy a Mad Gear thug, who later would wander into the scene and scream: "Oh! My car".

Their Final Fight [Show Image]
Most know the opening demo of Street Fighter 2 depicts two fighters engaged in a bare knuckle bout decided by a single akwardly thrown blow. Few know that they are none other than Joe and Mike the USA representatives from Street Fighter 1.