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Published on Mar 1, 2008
In 1994 a guy in Florida had practiced the Super Nintendo Street Fighter II The World Warrior to the point of being able to defeat the computer on the hardest difficulty level without losing a round from start to finish. I had played in multiple states against opponents looking for someone = or better, but couldn't find any. I challenged this Florida Guile player. They knew that one day I'd fight him, so I trained night and day with other great players to find a way to defeat this Guile specialist*! Finally, the Guile expert was to fly from FL to Connecticut (Ken player lives in CT) and a great battles would commence. With my heart pounding hard during the fights, I used Ken to face Guile in two consecutive battles. This is the second of those two battles, recorded in 1994 and digitized for youtube in 2008! It is not either of our best gaming, but being an actual '94 video, and the only one that survived since then, I got it up on youtube. Email me by finding my email at my professional website (PsychologyCT.com)! I may not be what I used to be, but I'm still ready to fight!
*Specialist in two ways: 1. He focused almost exclusively on using Guile. 2. He specialized in fighting the computer on the toughest skill lv., which wasn't easy on the SNES to win w/o losing a battle/round. - P.S. This is different than most other Youtube videos in that it is player vs. player and ***not*** a specific recording amongst many that showcases either player's best, but rather it is much like a snippet of real life in which the second of many battles was recorded and preserved for over one and a half decades. Please be sure to rate it based on this information. Thank you for watching and I hope to hear a variety of comments with much detail.
P.P.S. Probably the only player vs. player SNES SF2 WW from '94 on the entire internet (especially this match up).