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FAQ/Move List by Kao Megura

Version: 0.1 | Updated: 09/01/01

SUPER STREET FIGHTER II X for Matching Service FAQ v0.1
for the Sega Dreamcast  (import)
written by Chris MacDonald

 Unpublished work Copyright 2001 Chris MacDonald

 This document is protected by US Copyright Law, and the Berne Copyright
 Convention of 1976.  It is for private and personal use only--it cannot
 be reprinted in part or in whole, or reproduced in any way or in any
 form (written or otherwise).  It is a free document that cannot be used
 in any sort of commercial transaction, including selling it or giving
 it away as a gift.  This FAQ was created and is owned by me, Chris
 MacDonald <kmegura (at) yahoo (dot) com>.  It can be found exclusively
 at (www.GameFAQs.com), and is not to be put up on any other website
 (such as www.cheatcc.com).  All copyrights and trademarks are
 acknowledged and respected that are not specifically mentioned herein.

 This FAQ cannot be referenced, altered, or used by _anybody_ (including
 webmasters, publishers, and magazine staff) without my express written
 permission.  Not that these people would know what that means: Ziff-
 Davis Video Game Group (publishers of Expert Gamer), Game 13th Magazine,
 IDG Media, Future Publishing, Ltd. (publishers of PlayStation Power,
 Official UK PlayStation Magazine, etc.), Brady Games, Eric Pratte of
 Prima Games, and IGN.  Remember, plagiarism is a crime and is
 punishable by law.
 
 The Street Fighter game series is (c) Capcom of Japan.


 =================
 TABLE OF CONTENTS
 =================

 1.  INTRODUCTION
      - Special Thanks
      - Revision History
 2.  HOW TO PLAY
 3.  CHARACTER MOVELISTS
      - Balrog
      - Blanka
      - Cammy
      - Chun-Li
      - Dee Jay
      - Dhalsim
      - E. Honda
      - Fei Long
      - Gouki
      - Guile
      - Ken Masters
      - M. Bison
      - Ryu
      - Sagat
      - T. Hawk
      - Vega
      - Zangief
 4.  SECRETS AND TRICKS
      - Color Select
      - SSF2-Style Characters
      - Play as Gouki
      - Enable EX Option
      - Enable Secret Option
 5.  SECRET OPTION / DIP SWITCHES
      - Secret Option Menu
      - Dip Switch Listings
 6.  GAME ENGINE
      - Juggles
      - Combos
 7.  MISCELLANEOUS
      - Menu Translations
      - Misc Translations
      - Glitches
 

 ========================================================================
 1.  INTRODUCTION
 ========================================================================

 I wrote this FAQ for my own use, and it's been sitting on my computer
 gathering dust since then.  When I found out that people were still
 asking questions about this game (mainly about the dip switches), I
 decided to release the FAQ in the hopes of helping other SSF2X fanatics.
 Hopefully this guide is being released late enough that I won't have
 to put up with any plagarizers.  It'd be a plus :)

 I shouldn't even have to say what's already covered in the disclaimer,
 but Shoryuken.com, don't use this FAQ for your site without permission.
 The last thing I want to see is another GameData section with my work
 in it.


 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 SPECIAL THANKS
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 T. Akiba                           <www.tt.rim.or.jp/~akiba/sf2/dc.html>
  - The code to enable the Secret Options, as well as his list of dip
    switch settings (which I used to figure out as many of the dips as I
    could) were taken from his page.

 Joh Higashi / DADA               <page.freett.com/johhigashi/ssf2x.html>
  - I got the SSF2X move names not mentioned in the DC SSF2X and Saturn
    SF Collecton instruction booklets from his site.

 Capcom of Japan                                       <www.capcom.co.jp>
  - For the SSF2 character codes.

 Jeffrey's J<->E Dictionary       <http://www.linear.mv.com/cgi-bin/j-e/>
  - As usual, I relied on this site for translating some of the Japanese
    move names--this is a pretty cool dictionary.

 NJStar                                                 <www.njstar.com/>
  - Not only does NJStar offer great Japanese word processors, you can
    also look up the translation for single or multiple kanji.


 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 REVISION HISTORY
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Version 0.1  (September 1, 2001)
  - The first release.  Some info. in here was taken from my SF
    Collection FAQ, as it's still relevant to this game.


 ========================================================================
 2.  HOW TO PLAY
 ========================================================================

 Please note that all information in this FAQ is based on the default
 dip switch settings.  Refer to Section 5 for more information.

 This section outlines the basic controls for all characters:

 [ Joystick Layout ]  ---------------------------------------------------

   ub  u  uf      Jump Up-Back            Jump Up        Jump Up-Forward
     \ | /
  b -- n -- f     Walk Back / Block       Neutral        Walk Forward
     / | \
   db  d  df      Crouch / Low Block      Crouch         Offensive Crouch

 Remember to reverse the commands if on the left side of the screen.


 [ Button Layout ]  -----------------------------------------------------

  LP  MP  HP      Light Punch       Medium Punch       Heavy Punch

  LK  MK  HK      Light Kick        Medium Kick        Heavy Kick

 On the default Dreamcast pad, the front buttons are for the light and
 medium attacks, while the Left trigger is for HP, and the Right trigger
 is for HK.  On a joystick or arcade pad, the (C) button is HP, and the
 (Z) button is HK.
 

 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 FAQ NOTATION
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 P / K          -  Press any Punch or Kick button.
 PP / KK        -  Press two Punch or Kick buttons together.
 PPP / KKK      -  Press all three Punch or Kick buttons together.
 a-d            -  Press in any direction.
 a-u            -  Press in any direction but directly up.
 MP~HK          -  You can use MP, HP, MK, or HK for this move.
 ub~uf          -  You can use any of the three upward directions.
 ub~db          -  You can use any of the three backward directions.
 db~df          -  You can use any of the three downward directions.
 uf~df          -  You can use any of the three forward directions.
 qcf / hcf      -  Input (d,df,f) or (b,db,d,df,f) on the controller.
 qcb / hcb      -  Input (d,db,b) or (f,df,d,db,b) on the controller.
 Charge         -  Hold in the first direction for 2 seconds, then press
                   in the next direction(s) before hitting the button.
 Rotate 360     -  Spin the controller in a full circle.  The shorthand
                   method is to input (f,df,d,db,b,ub,u) or the reverse.
 Rotate 720     -  Spin the controller in two full circles.
 tap d/p/k      -  Shake the joystick around and tap P and K rapidly.
 n / f / c      -  n=standing near, f=standing far, c=crouching
 v / j          -  v=jumping vertically, j=jumping diagonally
 =1             -  cancelable on first hit only
 =E             -  either hit is cancelable  
 =A             -  only earliest possible hit animation is cancelable.
 S>             -  Only "Super" (SSF2-versions) can do this.
 X>             -  Only "Normal" (SSF2X-versions) can do this.
 (air)          -  The move can be performed in mid-air (while jumping).
 overhead       -  The move must be blocked low (crouch down-back).
 SSF2           -  Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers.
 SSF2X          -  Super Street Fighter II X: Grandmaster Challenge.
 <movename>     -  I don't know the offical name for this move.


 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 BASIC COMMANDS
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Jump                           Press ub / u / uf
 Walk Back / Forward            Hold b / f
 Standing Block                 Hold b when attacked
 Crouching Block                Hold db when attacked
 Throw / Hold Attempt           Press b / f + HP when close
 Throw Escape (Tech. Hit)       Press b / f + MP~HK when grabbed
 Hold Recovery                  Tap d/p/k rapidly when dizzied
 Dizzy Recovery                 Tap d/p/k rapidly when dizzied
 Recovery                       Do a move as you get up off the floor

 - You can escape from both ground and air throws, but not from "special
   move throws" like E. Honda's Ooichou Nage or T. Hawk's Double Typhoon.


 ========================================================================
 3.  CHARACTER MOVELISTS
 ========================================================================

 Characters are listed in alphabetical order.  Moves are listed in this
 order, normal throws, special moves, command attacks (if they have any),
 and then that character's Super Combo.  Afterwards are some notes on
 that character's moves.

 Following that is a little chart listing which moves are cancelable
 (for X> and S>).  Below that is a list of linkable attacks, and then
 linkable command attacks or special moves.  Linkable attacks were
 tested against Zangief, sometimes in the corner of the screen, so not
 all attacks will link in other situations.


 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 BALROG, masked honorable young nobleman
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Rainbow Suplex                 b / f + MP / HP when close
 Stardust Drop                  a-u + MP / HP when close  (both in air)

 Rolling Crystal Flash          Charge b,f + P
 Scarlet Terror             X>  Charge db,f + K
 Sky High Claw                  Charge d,ub~uf + P
 <wall cling>                   Charge d,ub~uf + K, move b / f...
 Flying Barcelona Attack        ...then press P
 Izuna Drop                     ...then press a-d + P when close
 Backslash                      Press PPP
 Short Backslash                Press KKK

 Sankaku Tobi                   Jump against a wall, press uf~df

 <super wall cling>         X>  Charge db,df,db,ub~uf + K, move b / f...
 Flying Barcelona Attack        ...then press P
 Rolling Izuna Drop             ...then press a-d + P when close

 - Compared to other characters' air throws, the Stardust Drop is very
   difficult to land.  I personally find that using uf + MP works better
   than any other combination of direction + buttons.
 - When you use any of Balrog's vertical charge moves, ending them with
   ub makes him leap towards the wall behind him, while uf makes him
   leap to the wall in front of him.  Just using "charge d,u" makes him
   jump towards whichever wall is closest to him.
 - You can use the Backslash and Short Backslash to pass through
   projectiles and physical attacks.
 - During the Rolling Izuna Drop, you can still do a Flying Barcelona
   Attack by pressing P when in mid-air.  Doing so will not make you
   empty your Super Combo gauge either--it's just a normal attack.
 - The Izuna Drop and Rolling Izuna Drop are unblockable.
 - If Balrog gets hit enough (blocked or not), he loses his claw.
 - SSF2X Balrog can pick his claw up by passing over it (although you
   can't grab it if you're dizzy).  SSF2 Balrog loses his claw for the
   remainder of the match.  Note that your attack power stays the same
   even without the claw equipped.

 .------------------------------------------------.
 | X>  n LP,LK         f LP,LK      c LP,MP,LK,MK |
 | S>  n LP,MP,LK,MK   f LP,LK,MK   c LP,MP,LK,MK |
 .-----------------------------------------------------.
 | c MK ->  n LP,MP,LK,MK   f LP,LK,MK   c LP,MP,LK,MK |
 `-----------------------------------------------------'
 | MP rolling crystal flash ->  c LP,MP |
 `--------------------------------------'


 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 BLANKA, great nature's wild child
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Wild Fang                      b / f + HP when close, tap d/p/k

 Rolling Attack                 Charge b,f + P
 Backstep Rolling               Charge b,f + K
 Vertical Rolling               Charge d,u + K
 Electric Thunder               Tap P rapidly
 Surprise Forward           X>  Press f + KKK
 Surprise Back              X>  Press b + KKK

 Rock Crush                     b / f + MP when close
 Amazon River Run           X>  df + HP

 Ground Shave Rolling       X>  Charge b,f,b,f + P  (hold P to delay)
             
 - You can be hit during either "Surprise" moves; they're really only
   useful for moving around quickly, charging up your Super Combo gauge,
   or passing through your opponent.
 - The second hit of the Rock Crush hits low.
 - The Amazon River Run can be used to slide under projectiles.
 - You can use the starting animation of the Ground Shave Rolling to pass
   through attacks.
 - You can delay the Ground Shave Rolling (although this doesn't increase
   the damage potential).  If someone touches you while you're spinning
   in place, Blanka will automatically perform the rest of the move.

 .---------------------------------------------.
 | X>  n LP,MP   f LP   c LK,MK   rock crush=1 |
 | S>                             rock crush=1 |
 .------------------------------------------------------.
 | n MP ->  n MP,HP,HK   f P,K     c P,K     rock crush |
 | c MK ->               f LP,MP   c LK,MK              |
 `------------------------------------------------------'


 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 CAMMY, innocent killer bee
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Hooligan Suplex                b / f + MP / HP when close
 Frankensteiner                 b / f + MK / HK when close
 Flying Neck Hunt           X>  a-u + MP / HP when close  (both in air)
 Air Frankensteiner         X>  a-u + MK / HK when close  (both in air)
 Air Frankensteiner         S>  a-u + HK when close  (both in air)

 Spiral Arrow                   qcf + K
 Cannon Spike                   f,d,df + K
 Axle Spin Knuckle              b,db,f + P
 Hooligan Combination       X>  db,qcf,uf + P...  (press K to cancel)
 ...Fatal Leg Twister           a-d-u + K near foe's head / foe crouching
 ...Cross Scissors Pressure     a-d-u + K near foe's waist / foe in air
 ...Razor Edge Slicer           Do nothing after Hooligan Combination

 Spin Drive Smasher         X>  qcf,d,df + K

 - You can use the starting animation of the Axle Spin Knuckle to pass
   through attacks.
 - The Fatal Leg Twister and Cross Scissors Pressure are unblockable.
   To perform them, either grab your opponent by the head or waist,
   or grab them when they are crouching or are jumping, respectively.
 - The Razor Edge Slicer must be blocked low.

 .-------------------------------------------------.
 | X>  n P,LK,MK   f LP,MP,HP=A,LK   c LP,MP,LK,MK |
 | S>  n P,LK      f LP,MP,HP=A,LK   c LP,LK,MK    |
 `-------------------------------------------------'
 | n LP ->  n LP,MP   f LP,HP,LK   c LP,LK,MK |
 | f LP ->            f LP,HP      c LP,LK    |
 | c LP ->  n LP,MP   f LP         c LP       |
 | n MP ->  n MP      f P,LK,MK    c LP,MP,K  |
 | c MP ->            f P,LK,MK    c P,K      |
 | n LK ->  n LK      f LK         c LK       |
 | f LK ->            f LK         c LK       |
 | c LK ->            f LK         c LK       |
 | n MK ->            f P,LK,MK    c LP,MP,K  |
 | c MK ->            f LP,MP,LK   c LP,LK,MK |
 `--------------------------------------------'


 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 CHUN-LI, magnificent air-ripping dance
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Koshuu Tou                     b / f + MP / HP when close
 Ryuusei Raku                   a-u + HP when close  (both in air)

 Kikou Ken                      Charge b,f + P
 Spinning Bird Kick         X>  Charge b,f + K  (air)
 Spinning Bird Kick         S>  Charge d,u + K
 Tenshou Kyaku              X>  Charge d,u + K
 Hyakuretsu Kyaku               Tap K rapidly

 Kouhou Kaiten Kyaku        X>  df + MK
 Kouhou Kaiten Kyaku        S>  b / f + MK when close
 Kaku Kyaku Raku            X>  df + HK
 Kaku Kyaku Raku            S>  b / f + HK when close
 Yousou Kyaku               X>  d + MK in air  (can repeat or attack)
 Yousou Kyaku               S>  db~df + MK in air  (can repeat or attack)
 Sankaku Tobi                   Jump against a wall, press uf~df

 Senretsu Kyaku             X>  Charge b,f,b,f + K  (can hold uf~df)
 
 - Chun-Li's Kikou Ken will dissapate after covering a certain distance.
   LP gives you the longest distance, while HP gives you the shortest.
 - You can use the Spinning Bird Kick (also called the 'Kaiten-teki Kaku
   Kyakushuu') in several ways.   For example, if you do it right after
   a triangle jump (charge ub,f + K), she'll fall straight down while
   doing the move.  Wait a split second more, and she'll get enough
   momentum to jump diagonally down-forward during the move.
 - Another way to perform it is to charge b,uf + K.  If you do it
   just as Chun-Li jumps, she'll do a sort of upwards arc (like an
   upside-down U).
 - SSF2 Chun Li's Kohou Kaiten Kyaku hits twice, whereas it only hits
   once in SSF2X.
 - You can use the Kaku Kyaku Raku to jump over an opponent.  This
   move is not an overhead attack, though.
 - After the Yousou Kyaku, you can make any mid-air attack, or even
   perform another Yousou Kyaku.
 - You can use the starting animation of the Senretsu Kyaku to pass
   through attacks.
 - You can "pre-charge" your Super Combo, sort of like how you can
   supercancel in the SFEX series.  Just input "charge b,f + P" or
   "charge db,uf + K", or "charge b,f + K" for those respective
   special moves, but input "b, hold f" right as you press the attack
   button.  Chun-Li will do her respective move, but upon recovering,
   you need only press K in order to her Senretsu Kyaku (see below for
   how you can move forward and still do her Super Combo).
 - The Senretsu Kyaku has a glitch in it; you can walk forward after
   tapping b,f,b,f, and even jump, as long as you keep holding in a
   forward direction, and you still keep the "charge".  This means you
   can tap b,f,b,f, then walk or jump over to your opponent and press
   K to begin the move.  You can even make a Punch attack and then
   press K afterward to do the Senretsu Kyaku.  Pressing in any
   direction other than forward or up-forward makes the charge end.

 .---------------------------------------------------.
 | X>  n P,LK,MK   f LP,MP   c LP,MP,LK,MK   v LK,MP |
 | S>  n P,MK      f LP,MP   c LP,MP,MK              |
 .--------------------------------------------------------.
 | n LP ->  n LP,HP,LK,MK  f LP        c LP               |
 | f LP ->                 f LP        c LP               |
 | c LP ->                 f LP                           |
 | n MP ->  n MP,HP,LK,MK  f P,LK,MK   c P,K       kouhou |
 | f MP ->                 f MP,HP,MK  c HP,MK,HK         |
 | c MP ->  n HP,MK        f P,LK,MK   c P,K       kouhou |
 | c MK ->  n MP,HP,LK,MK  f P,LK,MK   c P,K       kouhou |
 .----------------------------------------------------------------------.
 |    yousou   ->                              j P,K   yousou           |
 | X> LP kikou -> n MP,HP,MK   f P,K   c P,K   j HP,K  kouhou  senretsu |
 | X> MP kikou ->                                              senretsu |
 `----------------------------------------------------------------------'
 | S> LP kikou -> n MP,HP,LK,MK   f P,K   c P,K   j HP,K   kouhou  |
 `-----------------------------------------------------------------'


 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 DEE JAY, funky jamaican guy
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Funky Shout Throw              b / f + MP / HP when close
 Monkey Flip                    b / f + MK / HK when close

 Air Slasher                    Charge b,f + P
 Double Rolling Sobat           Charge b,f + K  (air)
 Jackknife Maximum          X>  Charge d,u + K
 Machine Gun Upper              Charge d,u + P, tap P rapidly

 Knee Shot                      Jump ub / uf, d + LK in air

 Sobat Carnival             X>  Charge b,f,b,f + K

 .---------------------------------------------.
 | X>  n LP,MP,LK,HK   f LP,MP,LK   c LP,HP,LK |
 | S>  n LP,MP,LK,HK   f LP,MP,LK   c P,LK     |
 .------------------------------------------------.
 | n LP ->  n P,LK,MK   f P,LK          c P,LK,MK |
 | f LP ->              f LP                      |
 | c LP ->  n P,LK,MK   f P,LK          c P,LK,MK |
 | n MP ->  n P         f LP,HP,LK,MK   c P,LK,MK |              
 | c MP ->              f LP,MP,LK      c P,LK,MK |
 | n MK ->  n P         f P,LK,MK       c P,LK,MK |
 `------------------------------------------------'


 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 DHALSIM, superior yoga warrior
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Yoga Smash                     b / f + MP when close, tap d/p/k
 Yoga Throw                     b / f + HP when close

 Yoga Fire                      qcf + P
 Yoga Flame                     hcf + P
 Yoga Blast                 X>  hcf + K
 Yoga Teleport (Zenpou)         f,d,df + PPP / KKK
 Yoga Teleport (Kouhou)         b,d,db + PPP / KKK

 Drill Zutsuki                  d + HP in air
 Drill Kick                 X>  d + K in air
 Drill Kick                 S>  d + HK in air
 <limb extend>              X>  f + LK
 <standing limb shorten>    X>  b + P / MK / HK
 <crouching limb shorten>   X>  db + P / K

 Yoga Inferno               X>  hcf,hcf + P

 - The LP Yoga Fire stuns an opponent instead of knocking them down.
 - The Yoga Blast will only hit characters who are in mid-air.
 - Dhalsim can control the length of his limbs by using the joystick
   plus a button press.  You can even do this while crouching (hold
   db + P / K), but you can't do this while airborne.
 - When using the Yoga Teleport, "f,d,df" makes you move forward,
   while "b,d,db" makes you move backward.  KKK has a greater effect
   than PPP does (so f,d,df + PPP won't move Dhalsim as far forward
   as f,d,df + KKK would).

 .---------------------------------------------------------------------.
 | X>  b + LP,MP,MK   db+LP,MP,K   f LK   c LK                         |
 | S>  n LP,MP,HP=1,LK,MK   f LP,LK,MK   near c LP,MP,LK,MK   far c LK |
 `---------------------------------------------------------------------'
 | X>  b + MP    ->  b + MP,MK   db + P,K        f HP,LK,MK   c K  |
 | X>  b + MK    ->  b + MP,MK   db + LP,MP,K    f LK         c LK |
 | X>  b + HK    ->              db + LK                           |
 | X>  db + LP   ->  b + MP      db + LP,LK,MK                c LK |
 | X>  db + MP   ->  b + MP,MK   db + LP,MP,K    f LK         c LK |
 | X>  db + HP   ->              db + LP,MK                        |
 | X>  db + MK   ->  b + MP,MK   db + LP,MP,K    f LK         c LK |
 | X>  db + HK   ->  b + MK      db + LP,MP,K    f LK              |
 | S>  n MP      ->            near c MK         far c LK          |
 | S>  n MK      ->  n LK,MK   near c MK         far c LK          |
 | S>  near c LP ->            near c LP,MP,MK                     |
 | S>  near c MP ->  n LK,MK   near c MK         far c LK near     |
 | S>  near c MK ->  n LK      near c MK         far c LK,MK       |
 .----------------------------------------------------------------------.
 | X> LP fire>                                             yoga inferno |
 | X> LP fire> f MP,HP,LK,MK  c P,MK,HK  f+LK j MK zutsuki LK drillkick |
 | S> LP fire> f MP,HP,K   far c P,MK,HK   j MK   drill zutsuki         |
 `----------------------------------------------------------------------'

 - For Dhalsim's b+MP links, you have to hit your opponent with the last
   part of the animation (when Dhalsim's arm is raised above his head).


 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 EDMOND HONDA, tenth-ranked 'harite' in a bout
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Tawara Nage                    b / f + MP when close
 Saba Ori                       b / f + HP when close, tap d/p/k
 Sekkan Kyaku                   b / f + HK when close, tap d/p/k

 Super Zutsuki                  Charge b,f + P
 Super Hyakkan Otoshi           Charge d,u + K
 Ooichou Nage                   hcb + P when close
 Hyakuretsu Harite          X>  Tap P rapidly
 Hyakuretsu Harite          S>  Tap P rapidly, move b / f
                             
 Kuuchuu Harite             X>  Jump u, press HP, move b / f
 Flying Sumo Press              Jump ub / uf, d + MK
 Shiko Geri                 X>  b + MK when close
 Hiza Geri                  X>  f + MK when close
 Hiza Geri                  S>  b / f + MK when close
 Harai Geri                 X>  b / f + HK

 Oni Musou                  X>  Charge b,f,b,f + P  (can hold uf~df)

 - When performing the Hyakuretsu Harite, using LP makes Honda stay
   in place, while MP or HP makes him step forward, then attack.
 - The Super Hyakkan Otoshi is an overhead attack.
 - The Ooichou Nage is unblockable.  This move has no 'missed'
   animation, so if you do it from out of range, Honda will just do a
   standing Punch attack.
 - The Harai Geri must be blocked crouching.
 - You can use the starting animation of the Oni Musou to pass through
   attacks.
 - You can "pre-charge" your Super Combo, sort of like how you can
   supercancel in the SFEX series.  Just input "charge b,f + P" or
   "charge db,uf + K" for those respective special moves, but input
   "b, hold f" right as you press the attack button.  E. Honda will
   do his respective move, but upon recovering, you need only press
   P in order to his Oni Musou (see below for how you can move forward
   and still do his Super Combo).
 - This Oni Musou has a glitch in it; you can walk forward after tapping
   b,f,b,f, and even jump, as long as you keep holding in a forward
   direction, and you still keep the "charge".  This means you can tap
   b,f,b,f, then walk or jump over to your opponent and press P to begin
   the move.  You can even make a Kick attack and then press P afterward
   to do the move.  Pressing in any direction other than forward or
   up-forward makes the charge end.

 .----------------.
 | n LP,LK   c LK |
 .---------------------------------------------------------------------.
 | X>  n LP ->  n MP            f LP            c LP,LK                |
 | X>  n MP ->  n HK            f P             c P,K       harai geri |
 | S>  n MP ->  n LP,MP,LK,MK   f LP,MP,LK,MK   c P,HK                 |
 | X>  c LK ->                                  c LK                   |
 | X>  n MK ->                  f LP,MP         c P,LK,MK              |
 | X>  c MK ->                                  c LK                   |
 `---------------------------------------------------------------------'
 | X>  hiza geri ->  f LP   c LP,HP,LK   LP hyakuretsu harite |
 | S>  hiza geri ->  n LP                LP hyakuretsu harite |
 `------------------------------------------------------------'
      

 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 FEI LONG, fire kung-fu hero
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Gankai Hou                     b / f + MP / HP when close
 Ryuushu Kai                    b / f + MK / HK when close
 Ryuushu Raku                   a-u + MP / HP when close  (both in air)

 Rekka Ken                      qcf + P  (perform 3 times)
 Shien Kyaku                    b,d,db + K
 Rekkuu Kyaku               X>  hcf,uf + K

 Chokka Rakushou                b / f + MK
 Engeki Shuu                    f + HK

 Rekka Shin Ken             X>  qcf,qcf + P

 - The Rekkuu Kyaku is an overhead attack.
 - The Chokka Rakushou is an overhead attack, but only when using the
   normal version of Fei Long.  If you're using the SSF2 (aka "Super"
   version), then it can be blocked crouching, and Fei Long will not
   move forward if f + MK is used.

 .-------------------------------------------.
 | X>  n P,LK      f LP        c LP          |
 | S>  n P,LK,MK   f P,LK,MK   c LP,MP,LK,MK |
 `-------------------------------------------'
 | n LP ->  n LP      f LP        c LP       |
 | f LP ->            f LP                   |
 | c LP ->  n P,LK    f LP        c LP       |
 | n MP ->  n LP,HP   f P,K       c P,K      |
 | c MP ->                        c LP       |
 | c HP ->            f HP        c MP,HP,K  |
 | n LK ->  n LK      f LK        c LK       |
 | f LK ->            f LK                   |
 | c LK ->                        c LP       |
 | n MK ->  n HP      f P,LK,MK   c LP,MP,MK |
 `-------------------------------------------'
 | engeki shuu ->  f MP,HP   c MP,HP,K  |
 `--------------------------------------'


 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 GOUKI, one with the ultimate fist
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Seoi Nage                      b / f + MP / HP when close
 Tomoe Nage                     b / f + MK / HK when close

 Gou Hadou Ken                  qcf + P
 Zankuu Hadou Ken               qcf + P in air
 Shakunetsu Hadou Ken           hcf + P
 Tatsumaki Zankuu Kyaku         qcb + K  (air)
 Gou Shouryuu Ken               f,d,df + P
 Ashura Senkuu (Zenpou)         f,d,df + PPP / KKK
 Ashura Senkuu (Kouhou)         b,d,db + PPP / KKK

 Shun Goku Satsu                LP,LP,f,LK,HP
                     
 - When using the Ashura Senkuu, "f,d,df" makes you move forward, while
   "b,d,db" makes you move backward.  PPP has a greater effect than KKK
   does (so f,d,df + KKK won't make Gouki move as far forward as using
   f,d,df + PPP would).  During this move, you can pass through attacks.
 - The Shun Goku Satsu is unblockable.  Only Ten Gouki can use this move.
   Since it's a "button press" super, you can cancel any attack into it,
   even uncancelable ones (like Gouki's close 2-hit HK).

 ,-----------------------------------------------.
 | n P,MK   f LP,MP,HK   c P,K   v P,LK,HK   j P |
 `-----------------------------------------------'
 | n LP ->         f        c LP  |
 | f LP ->         f LP     c LP  | 
 | c LP ->  n LP   f LP     c LP  | 
 | c MP ->  n HP   f P,HK   c P,K | 
 | n LK ->  n LK                  | 
 | c LK ->  n LP   f LP     c LK  | 
 `--------------------------------'


 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 GUILE, silent revenger
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Judo Throw                     b / f + MP when close
 Dragon Suplex                  b / f + HP when close
 Flying Mayor                   a-u + HP when close  (both in air)
 Flying Buster Drop             a-u + HK when close  (both in air)

 Sonic Boom                     Charge b,f + P
 Somersault Kick                Charge d,u + K

 Knee Bazooka               X>  b / f + LK
 Knee Bazooka               S>  b / f + MK
 Rolling Sobat              X>  b / f + MK
 Reverse Spin Kick              b / f + HK when close
 Heavy Stub Kick                Press HK from afar
 Spinning Back Knuckle          f + HP

 Double Somersault Kick     X>  Charge db,df,db,ub~uf + K

 .-----------------------------------.
 | X>  n P,LK   f LP,MP,LK   c LP,MP |
 | S>  n P,LK   f LP,MP,LK   c LP,MP |
 .---------------------------------------------------------------.
 |     n LP ->  n LP         f LP         c LP                   |
 |     f LP ->               f LP         c LP                   |
 |     c LP ->  n LP         f LP         c LP                   |
 |     c MP ->  n LP,HP,LK   f LP,MP,LK   c LP,MP                |
 |     n LK ->  n LK         f LK         c LK                   |
 |     f LK ->               f LK         c LK                   |
 |     c LK ->  n LK         f LK         c LK      knee bazooka |
 |     n MK ->  n LK         f LK         c LK,MP   knee bazooka |
 |     c MK ->  n LP         f LP         c LP,MP                |
 | S>  n HK ->  n LP,LK      f LP,MP,LK   c K       knee bazooka |
 .----------------------------------------------------------------------.
 | X> LP sonic>  n/f/c P,K  j P,MK,HK  bazooka/sobat/knuckle/r.spinkick |
 | X> MP sonic>  n/f/c P,K  j HK       bazooka/sobat/knuckle            |
 | X> HP sonic>  n/f/c P,K             bazooka/sobat/knuckle            |
 .----------------------------------------------------------------------.
 | S> LP sonic> n/c P,K   f P,K       j P,MK,HK  bazooka/knuckle/r.spin |
 | S> MP sonic> n/c P,K   f P,LK,MK   j HK       bazooka/knuckle        |
 | S> HP sonic> n/c P,K   f P,LK,MK              bazooka/knuckle        |
 `----------------------------------------------------------------------'


 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 KEN MASTERS, approaching rival
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Seoi Nage                      b / f + MP / HP when close
 Tsukami Hiza Geri          X>  b / f + MK when close, tap d/p/k
 Jigoku Guruma              S>  b / f + MK / HK when close
 Jigoku Guruma              X>  b / f + HK when close
 Jigoku Fuusha              X>  a-u + MK / HK when close  (both in air)

 Hadou Ken                      qcf + P
 Tatsumaki Senpuu Kyaku         qcb + K  (air)
 Shouryuu Ken                   f,d,df + P
 Nata Otoshi Geri           X>  f,df,d + K
 Kama Barai Geri            X>  qcf + K
 Oosoto Mawashi Geri        X>  hcf + K
 Inazuma Kakato Wari        X>  Hold K during any "Geri" move

 Shouryuu Reppa             X>  qcf,d,df + P

 - The Inazuma Kakato Wari is an overhead attack.
 - You can combo the Kama Barai Geri or Nata Otoshi Geri into the
   Inazuma Kakato Wari.

 .--------------------------------------------------.
 | X> n P      f LP,MP      c P,K   v P,LK,HK   j P |
 | S> n P,MK   f LP,MP,HK   c P,K   v P,LK,HK   j P |
 `--------------------------------------------------'
 |     n LP ->                  c LP  |
 |     f LP ->         f LP     c LP  |
 |     c LP ->  n LP   f LP     c LP  |
 | X>  c MP ->  n HP   f P      c P,K |
 | S>  c MP ->  n HP   f P,HK   c P,K |
 |     c LK ->  n LP   f LP     c LK  |
 .--------------------------------------.
 | X>  Nata Otoshi Geri   ->    c K     |
 | X>  f,df,d + K, hold K ->    c MK,HK |
 | X>  qcf + K, hold K    ->    c MK,HK |
 | X>  qcb + K in air     ->    c MP,K  |
 `--------------------------------------'


 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 MIKE BISON, pityless hard puncher
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Head Bomber                    b / f + HP when close, tap d/p/k

 Dash Straight                  Charge b,f + P
 Dash Upper                     Charge b,f + K
 Dash Ground Straight       X>  Charge b,df + P
 Dash Ground Upper          X>  Charge b,df + K
 Buffalo Headbutt               Charge d,u + P
 Turn Punch                     Hold PPP / KKK, then release

 Impact Punch               X>  Jump u, press HP, move b / f

 Crazy Buffalo              X>  Charge b,f,b,f + P / K (hold K to change)

 - The Dash Ground Straight must be blocked crouching.
 - The Dash Ground Upper will knock down an opponent.
 - You can use the starting animation of the Buffalo Headbutt to pass
   through attacks.
 - Delaying the Turn Punch increases it's range and damage.  The chart
   below tells you when the Turn Punch's damage increases:

            01-03   timer counts  :  Level 1 Punch
            04-06   timer counts  :  Level 2 Punch
            07-12   timer counts  :  Level 3 Punch
            13-24   timer counts  :  Level 4 Punch
            25-36   timer counts  :  Level 5 Punch
            37-48   timer counts  :  Level 6 Punch
            49-60   timer counts  :  Level 7 Punch
            61-...  timer counts  :  Final Punch
                   
 - You can also charge two Turn Punches at the same time (by holding
   down PPP + KKK).
 - During the Crazy Buffalo, you can hold K to make Bison attack with
   Dash Uppers instead of Dash Straights.  If you perform this move
   with P, the first hit is always a Dash Straight (even if you hold
   down a Kick button).  Perform it with K, and the first hit is always
   a Dash Upper (it then reverts to Dash Straights, unless you hold K).

 .---------------------------------------.
 | X>  n LP,LK,MK   f LP,LK   c LP,MP,LK |
 | S>  n LP,LK,MK   f LP,LK   c LP,MP,LK |
 .--------------------------------------------------.
 | n LP ->  n LP         f LP         c LP          |
 | f LP ->               f LP         c LP          |
 | c LP ->  n LP,LK      f LP,LK      c LP,LK       |
 | c MP ->  n LP,LK,MK   f LP,LK      c LP,MP,LK,MK |
 | c LK ->  n LP,LK      f LP,LK      c LP,LK       |
 | n MK ->  n LP,LK      f LP,LK      c LP,MP,LK,MK |
 | c MK ->  n LP,LK      f LP,LK,MK   c LP,MP,LK,MK |
 `--------------------------------------------------'
 | dash upper -> f MP   c MK | 
 `---------------------------'


 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 RYU, eternal fighter
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Seoi Nage                      b / f + MP / HP when close
 Tomoe Nage                     b / f + MK / HK when close

 Hadou Ken                      qcf + P
 Fire Hadou Ken                 hcf + P
 Tatsumaki Senpuu Kyaku         qcb + K  (air)
 Shouryuu Ken                   f,d,df + P

 Sakotsu Wari               X>  f + MP
 Hatobi Kudaki              X>  f + HP

 Shinkuu Hadou Ken          X>  qcf,qcf + P

 - The Fire Hadou Ken stuns an opponent from far away and knocks them
   down when used up close.
 - The Sakotsu Wari is an overhead attack.
 - You can use the starting animation of the Shinkuu Hadou Ken to pass
   through attacks.
 - The Shinkuu Hadou Ken can negate and pass through other projectiles.
            
 .------------------------------------------------------------.
 | X>  n P,MK   f LP,MP,LK   c P,K   v P,LK,HK   j LP,MP=1,HP |
 | S>  n P,MK   f LP,MP,LK   c P,K   v P,LK,HK   j P          |
 `------------------------------------------------------------'
 | n LP ->                c LP  |
 | f LP ->         f LP   c LP  |
 | c LP ->  n LP   f LP   c LP  |
 | c MP ->  n HP   f P    c P,K |
 | c LK ->  n LP   f LP   c LK  |
 .------------------------------------------------.
 | X>  hatobi kudaki     ->  n P   f P,LK   c P,K |
 | X>  LP hadou ken      ->  shinkuu hadou ken    |
 | X>  LP fire hadou ken ->  shinkuu hadou ken    |
 `------------------------------------------------'

 - The timing on the fireball -> super fireball links are really tricky.
   You want to be as close as possible (so that the super fireball has
   less distance to travel), but far away enough that you recover before
   your opponent does.  These links won't work on large characters, only
   on thin ones (Cammy, Dhalsim, etc.)


 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 SAGAT, king of fighting, again
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Tiger Carry                    b / f + MP / HP when close

 Tiger Shot                     qcf + P
 Ground Tiger Shot              qcf + K
 Tiger Uppercut                 f,d,df + P
 Tiger Knee Crush               d,f,uf + K

 Tiger Genocide             X>  qcf,d,df + P

 - The SSF2 version of the Tiger Uppercut only hits once.

 .------------------------------------------------------.
 | X>  n P,LK=1,MK=1,HK=A    f LP         c LP,MP,LK,MK |
 | S>  n LP,LK=E,MK=E,HK=A   f LP,LK,HK   c LP,MP,LK,MK |
 .------------------------------------------------------------.
 | X>  n LP ->  n P,K           f LP                          |
 | S>  n LP ->  n LP,K          f LP                          |
 | X>  c LP ->  n P,LK,MK       f LP            c LP,LK,MP,MK |
 | S>  c LP ->  n LP,MP,LK,MK   f LP            c LP,LK,MP,MK |
 |     n MP ->  n HP,LK,MK                                    |
 |     f MP ->                  f LP                          |
 |     c MP ->  n HP,K          f LP,MP,K       c P,K         |
 | X>  c MK ->  n HP,K          f LP,MP,LK,MK   c LP,LK,MP,MK |
 | S>  c MK ->  n K             f LP,MP,LK,MK   c LP,LK,MP,MK |    
 .---------------------------------------------------------------.
 | LP tiger shot        ->  HP tiger shot   HK ground tiger shot |
 | LK ground tiger shot ->  HP tiger shot   HK ground tiger shot |
 `---------------------------------------------------------------'


 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 THUNDER HAWK, hero of angry lightning
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Mexican Throw                  b / f + MP when close
 Neck Hanging Three             b / f + HP when close, tap d/p/k
 Elbow Stomping                 b / f + HK when close, tap d/p/k

 Tomahawk Buster                f,d,df + P
 Condor Dive                    Jump, then press PPP
 Mexican Typhoon                Rotate 360 + P when close

 Heavy Shoulder                 Jump ub / uf, d + MP
 Heavy Body Press               Jump ub / uf, d + HP
 Thrust Beak                    b / f + LP

 Double Typhoon             X>  Rotate 720 + P when close

 - The Condor Dive can be done any time after you start jumping until
   just after reaching the apex of your jump.  Once you start falling,
   you can't use it anymore.
 - The Mexican Typhoon and Double Typhoon are unblockable.

 .---------------------------------------------------------------------.
 | X>  n LP,MP=A,LK,MK   f LP   c LP,LK   v LP   j LP      thrust beak |
 | S>  n LP,MP=A,LK,MK   f LP   c LP,LK   v LP   j LP,LK   thrust beak |
 `---------------------------------------------------------------------'
 | n LP ->  n LP,MP,LK,MK   f LP         c LP      thrust beak |
 | f LP ->                  f LP         c LP      thrust beak |
 | c LP ->  n LP            f LP         c LP      thrust beak |
 | c MK ->  n LP            f LK,LP,MP   c LP,LK   thrust beak |
 `-------------------------------------------------------------'
 | thrust beak ->  n LP,MP,LK,MK   f LP   c LP  thrust beak |
 `----------------------------------------------------------'


 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 VEGA, evil one cloaked in darkness
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Deadly Throw                   b / f + MP / HP when close

 Psycho Crusher Attack          Charge b,f + P
 Double Knee Press              Charge b,f + K
 Devil Reverse              S>  Charge d,u + P
 Devil Reverse              X>  Charge d,u + P, press P, move b / f
 Head Stomp                     Charge d,u + K, move b / f
 Somersault Skull Diver         Press P after Head Stomp

 Death Attack               X>  Jump ub / uf, press MP,MP

 Knee Press Nightmare       X>  Charge b,f,b,f + K

 - When you perform the Devil Reverse, ending the move in ub or uf
   makes Vega fly in those directions, while u simply makes him go
   vertically more than horizontally.
 - When playing as "Super" (aka SSF2-style) Vega, the Devil Reverse
   cannot be controlled.  Instead, you automatically home in on an
   opponent.

 .---------------------------------------.
 | n LP,MP,LK   f LP,LK   c LP,MP,LK,MK  |
 .--------------------------------------------.
 | n LP ->  n LP      f LP         c LP       |
 | f LP ->            f LP         c LP       |
 | c MP ->  n LP,LK   f LP,LK      c MP,LK,MK |
 | n LK ->  n P,K     f LP,MP,LK   c P,K      |
 | f LK ->            f LK                    |
 `--------------------------------------------'


 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 ZANGIEF, earth-shaking body of steel
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Piledriver                     b / f + MP when close
 Brain Buster                   b / f + MK when close
 Iron Claw                      b / f + HP when close, tap d/p/k
 Kamitsuki                      b / f + HK when close, tap d/p/k
 Stomach Claw                   db~df + MP / HP when close, tap d/p/k
 Kuuchuu Deadly Drive           a-u + MP / HP when close  (both in air)
 Kuuchuu Leg Throw              a-u + MK / HK when close  (both in air)

 Double Lariat                  Press PPP, move b / f
 Quick Double Lariat            Press KKK, move b / f
 Screw Piledriver               Rotate 360 + P
 Atomic Suplex                  Rotate 360 + K when close
 Flying Powerbomb               Rotate 360 + K outside of throw range
 Banishing Flat             X>  f,df,d + P

 Flying Body Press              Jump ub / uf, d + HP
 Double Knee Drop               Jump ub / uf, d + LK / MK
 Kuuchuu Headbutt               Jump u, u + MP / HP
 Headbutt                   X>  b / f + MP / HP

 Final Atomic Buster        X>  Rotate 720 + P when close

 - You can pass through projectiles using the 'Lariat' moves.
 - The Banishing Flat can negate any projectile aside from the Shinkuu
   Hadou Ken.
 - The Kuuchuu Headbutt will dizzy an opponent the first time you hit
   them with it.  Afterwards, it takes multiple hits in order for it
   to dizzy.
 - The Screw Piledriver, Flying Powerbomb, Atomic Suplex, and Final
   Atomic Buster are unblockable.

 ,------------------------------------------.
 | X>  n LP      f LP            c LP,LK,MK |
 | S>  n LP,MP   f LP,MP,LK,HK   c LP,LK,MK |
 ,------------------------------------------------------------.
 |     n LP ->  n LP     f LP    c LP                         |
 |     f LP ->           f LP    c LP                         |
 |     c LP ->  n P,MK   f P,K   c P,K                        |
 |     n MP ->  n P,MK   f P,K   c P,K                        |
 |     f MP ->           f P,K   c P,K                        |
 | X>  f LK ->           f P,K   c P,K   LP/HP Banishing Flat |
 | S>  f LK ->           f P,K   c P,K                        |
 `------------------------------------------------------------'


 ========================================================================
 4.  SECRETS AND TRICKS
 ========================================================================

 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 COLOR SELECT
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Each character has eight colors.  Six are available by choosing your
 character with P or K.  The seventh is used by pressing and holding any
 P or K.  The eight is used by picking your character with the Start
 button.

 There are also two colors for the SSF2-style characters (see below).


 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 SSF2-STYLE CHARACTERS
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Pick the character you want with any button(s), then enter the following
 command:

       Balrog   - D,U,U,D                 Guile    - U,D,D,D
       Blanka   - R,L,L,L                 Ken      - L,L,L,R
       Cammy    - U,U,D,D                 M. Bison - L,R,R,L
       Chun-Li  - D,D,D,U                 T. Hawk  - R,R,L,L
       Dee Jay  - D,D,U,U                 Ryu      - R,R,R,L
       Dhalsim  - D,U,U,U                 Sagat    - U,D,D,U
       E. Honda - U,U,U,D                 Vega     - R,L,R,L
       Fei Long - L,L,R,R                 Zangief  - L,R,R,R

 Afterwards, press LP (for their 1P color) or LP+LK (for their 2P color).
 If you did it correctly, that character will say their 'continue' quote.
 Oh, and that's (L)eft and (R)ight, the directions, not the L / R
 triggers.


 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 PLAY AS GOUKI
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 To play as Gouki: 
   Press PPP + Start            (black outfit)
   Press PPP + K + Start        (blue outfit)

 To play as Shin Gouki, turn on dip 3-09, (see Section 5) then:
   Press KKK + Start            (blue outfit)
   Press KKK + P + Start        (black outfit)

 - Shin Gouki possess a double air fireball (the Zankuu Hadou Ken),
   and his qcb + MK / HK move (the Tatsumaki Zankuu Kyaku) hits three
   times instead of two.

 To play as Ten Gouki, turn on dips 3-08 and 3-09, (see Sec. 4) then:
   Press MP+MK+HP+HK+Start      (black outfit)
   Press MP+HP+KKK+Start        (blue outfit)

 - Ten Gouki plays the same as Shin Gouki, but has a Super Combo (the
   Shungoku Satsu) as well.
 

 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 ENABLE EX OPTION
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Highlight "Options", hold Z, and press Start.


 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 ENABLE SECRET OPTION
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 The Secret Option can be enabled by highlight OPTION on the main screen,
 holding the Y button, and pressing Start.  However, you have to have
 beaten Shin Gouki in Arcade Mode using every character (excluding Gouki)
 and their SSF2 version (this means beating Arcade Mode 32 times in all).

 The easiest way to do this is to use the EX Options to give yourself
 infinite Super Combo gauge power.  Now set the options to 1 round
 matches, and put the difficulty down to 1 star.

 Alternately, you can go to booyaka.com or gamefaqs.com and find out
 about downloading Nexus Card or VMU files that already have this option
 unlocked.  Please don't ask me about how to do this, as I don't know.


 ========================================================================
 5.  SECRET OPTION / DIP SWITCHES
 ========================================================================

 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 SECRET OPTION MENU
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 To enable the Secret Option menu, see the previous section.  Anyway,
 the Secret Option screen lookes like this:

 AUTO SETTING
      1993/10/05 ver
      1994/02/23 ver
      1994/05/29 ver
      2000/12/22 ver
      ????/??/?? ver
 
 MANUAL SETTING

  1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0
  1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1
  1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1
  1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1

 Using "Auto Setting" will automatically set the dip switches to 0 or 1
 depending on what revision date you use.  "Manual Setting" lets you do
 it yourself.  Below is a table listing the effects of each dip switch.
 Changing the dip gives you the opposite effect, so, for example, set
 3-16 to 0, and you get the SSF2X intro and the SSF2X-colored title
 screen.


 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 DIP SWITCH LISTINGS
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 I will just go by 1-4 for the rows, and then 01-16, running right to
 left.  So, 1-01 is the dip switch in the upper left corner, and 4-16
 is the dip switch in the lower right corner.

 This list is a translation of information found at T. Akiba's page
 <http://tt.rim.or.jp/~akiba/sf2/dc.html>, along with my own notes and
 observations.  In some cases, T. Akiba lists an explanation of a switch
 that I have been unable to confirm.  So, for those switches, I've listed
 his original text and what I think the switch's effect may be.  You will
 need a program that can view Shift-JIS encoded text to read the Japanese
 (try www.njstar.com and check out one of their products).
              
 NUM.  DIP  EFFECT
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 1-01       Unknown.

 1-02       Unknown.

 1-03       ジャンプモーション中の2ヒットコンボ後
            0=地上              1=吹っ飛び

            I think it refers to how you land after being hit by a 2-hit
            combo (0 is on your feet, 1 is knocked to the ground), but I
            can't figure it out.

 1-04  (1)  You get the "beta version" ending, which shows Vega sniveling
            in defeat, then some text in Japanese and English.  If you
            have dip 3-11 turned on, then Vega's face is static, and
            only the English portion of the text is shown.  Either way,
            there's no staff roll or anything else, even if you beat the
            game without continuing or you beat Shin Gouki.

 1-05  (1)  If you beat the game without continuing, the whole SF2 crew
            will be shown after the credits.  (0) gives them their
            original (SF2) colors, while (1) puts them in some of the
            new SSF2X-only colors.
  
 1-06  (1)  This gives you the original staff credits instead of the DC
            version (so none of staff who did the DC port are mentioned).

 1-07  (0)  Gouki's vertical jumping HP sounds like a jumping MP instead
            of a jumping HP.

  ''   (0)  Gouki's diagonal jumping MP sounds like a jumping HP instead
            of a jumping MP when it hits.

 1-08  (1)  If you combo into Dee Jay's diagonal jumping HP, you get a
            larger point bonus in Arcade Mode.

 1-09  (1)  If you combo into Fei Long's diagonal jumping HK, you get a
            larger point bonus in Arcade Mode.

 1-10  (0)  Dhalsim's db + HP sounds like a MP attack instead of a HP
            attack.  T. Akiba's page mentions something about a combo
            bonus, but comboing into this move doesn't change the sound
            of the move hitting, nor do you get a different point bonus
            for comboing into it, no matter how the dips are set.

 1-11  (0)  Zangief's f + MP Headbutt sounds like a HP attack instead of
            a MP attack when it hits.

  ''   (0)  Zangief's far standing LP sounds like a MP attack instead of
            a LP attack when it hits.

 1-12  (1)  If you combo into Chun-Li's Kouhou Kaiten Kyaku, you get a
            larger point bonus in Arcade Mode.

 1-13  (0)  Ken's vertical jumping HP sounds like a jumping MP instead
            of a jumping HP when it hits (also applies to SSF2 Ken). 

  ''   (0)  Ken's diagonal jumping MP sounds like a jumping HP instead
            of a jumping MP when it hits (also applies to SSF2 Ken).

 1-14  (0)  If you combo into Guile's Knee Bazooka, you get a larger
            point bonus in Arcade Mode, and it sounds like a MK attack
            when it hits.

 1-15  (0)  E. Honda's Hiza Geri sounds like a HK attack instead of a
            MK attack.

 1-16  (0)  Ryu's Sakotsu Wari sounds like a HP attack instead of a MP
            attack.  You also get a higher point bonus when the move
            combos.

  ''   (0)  Ryu's vertical jumping HP sounds like a jumping MP instead
            of a jumping HP when it hits (also applies to SSF2 Ryu). 

  ''   (0)  Ryu's diagonal jumping MP sounds like a jumping HP instead
            of a jumping MP when it hits (also applies to SSF2 Ryu).


 NUM.  DIP  EFFECT
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 2-01  (1)  The screen darkens during the start of a Super Combo.

 2-02  (1)  Balrog's Rolling Izuna Drop causes the SC gauge to empty when
            he touches the wall, not when he actually grabs his opponent.
            This means that if you miss the grab attempt or do the Flying
            Barcelona Attack, you've still drained your SC gauge.

 2-03       バーチカル1フレーム目のガード確率
            0=50%               1=100%

            It has something to do with the probability of being able
            to block one frame of Blanka's Vertical Rolling.

 2-04       ローリング1フレーム目のガード確率
            0=50%               1=100%

            As above, but this applies to Blanka's Rolling Attack.

 2-05       ゴウキの空中竜巻1フレーム目のガード確率
            0=50%               1=100%

            As above, but this applies to Gouki's mid-air Tatsumaki
            Zankuu Kyaku.

 2-06       Sリュウ・Sケンの空中竜巻1フレーム目のガード確率
            0=50%               1=100%

            As above, but this applies to SSF2 Ryu and Ken's mid-air
            Tatsumaki Senpuu Kyaku.

 2-07       Unknown.
 2-08       Unknown.

 2-09       車の面で踏み付けの後のヒットストップ
            0=なし              1=あり

            This is something about Chun-Li's Yousou Kyaku causing
            "hit stop" when used on the car bonus stage (0 is no,
            1 is yes).

 2-10  (1)  This turns off the "slowdown" feature that occurs when you
            hit an opponent.  This prevents you from doing combos like
            following Guile's Sonic Boom with an attack, as your enemy
            recovers too quickly.

 2-11       Unknown.

 2-12  (1)  This hides the character portraits that normally appear at
            the end of your life gauge.

 2-13  (1)  This makes the color of your character's name yellow instead
            of blue.

 2-14  (0)  This makes the life and Super Combo gauges transparent.

 2-15  (1)  In Arcade Mode, you fight 16 opponents in a random order,
            then you fight Gouki.  This repeats until you lose a round,
            at which point you cannot continue and the game ends.  It's
            sort of like "Survival Mode" from the KoF games (the main
            difference being that you get a full life gauge at the start
            of every round.

 2-16  (1)  This gives the SSF2 characters the same cancelable attacks as
            their SSF2X counterparts (for example, SSF2 Sagat's close MP
            would be cancelable, as would the 2nd hit of his standing LK
            and MK).  


 NUM.  DIP  EFFECT
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 3-01       Unknown.

 3-02  (1)  If Balrog loses his claw, it will flash 1P or 2P for a while,
            then stop (normally, it keeps flashing until Balrog picks up
            his claw).

 3-03  (1)  In vs. CPU play, your future opponents are displayed, instead
            of being hidden behind a "?" box.

 3-04       ゴウキの勝ちセリフの1文字目(画面切換前の乱入時)
            0=正常              1=消える

            I have no idea what this is about.  It's something about
            Gouki's "victory serif character" that changes before a
            2-player battle (0 is normal, 1 makes it disappear).
            
 3-05  (1)  This changes the default high score names from POO, SIN, KID,
            MIN, and MCH to MNR, KRM, MEI, CHA, and CZY.

 3-06       Unknown.

 3-07       ヘッドプレス後のヒットストップ
            0=なし              1=あり

            This is something about Vega's Head Press causing "hit stop"
            when used (0 is no, 1 is yes).       

 3-08  (1)  You can pick Ten Gouki by pressing MP+MK+HP+HK+Start, but
            only if 3-10 is set to (1) as well.

 3-09  (1)  You can pick Shin Gouki by pressing KKK + Start.

 3-10       車等から春麗の百裂で落とされた後
            0=吹っ飛ぶ          1=無敵になる

            I think this determines how Chun-Li's Hyakuretsu Kyaku
            affects the obstacles in any of the bonus stages.  0
            knocks them down, 1 makes them invincible to that move.

 3-11  (1)  This gives the game US features, including:
             - English text
             - Only 1-2 winquotes per person (and none for Gouki)
             - Changed names (so Balrog is the boxer)
             - Changed voice samples (i.e. Dee Jay's "Max Out!" quote
               for his Air Slasher, instead of "Slash!")
             - No 'advice' shown during the Continue Screen.
             - Gouki doesn't talk to you when you fight him, and he
               doesn't kill Shin Gouki after beating him.
             - The "location test" ending is altered (see 1-04)

            The Versus Mode record screen stays the same, however, so
            Gouki is still called 'Gouki', and Vega is the last boss,
            and not the Spanish guy with the claw.

 3-12  (1)  This will display the bonus messages (i.e. First Attack)
            for the CPU as well as yourself.

  ''   (1)  During the game's demo, bonus points (i.e. for a First
            Attack) are not displayed (they are if 3-12 is set to 0).
            
 3-13  (0)  You can input "charge b,f,b,hold f" for Chun-Li's Senretsu
            Kyaku.  As long as you hold uf~df, the 'charge' is maintained
            until you press K.  You can even change the direction press
            (as long as it's always uf~df), and attack with punches or
            her throws.  If you cross up an opponent, switch to ub~db
            right as you turn around to keep the charge going.

 3-14  (0)  You can input "hcb" for Honda's Ooichou Nage.  As long as you
            hold ub~db, the 'charge' is maintained until you press P (you
            won't throw unless your opponent is within throw range,
            though).  Unlike 3-13 and 3-15, you cannot reverse the
            controls when you jump over an opponent to keep the charge.

 3-15  (0)  This works like 3-13, but it applies to Honda's Oni Musou.
            He can use any Kick attack or his Kick throws and still keep
            the charge going (until you press P, obviously).

 3-16  (1)  This gives you the old SSF2 intro (it only shows Ryu).
            It also changes the title screen colors.


 NUM.  DIP  EFFECT
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 4-01  (1)  If either CPU character attempts a Super Combo during the
            demo, they will freeze in place until the demo ends.

 4-02  (1)  This forces you to select Gouki the old way (pause on each
            of these characters for 1 second: Ryu, Guile, Cammy, Ryu,
            (move to any character), then press PPP + Start for Gouki
            (or KKK + Start or MP+MK+HP+HK + Start, if you have those
            dip switches activated and want to use Shin Gouki or the
            alternate version of Shin Gouki).

 4-03       ゴウキ同色対戦
            0=なし              1=あり

            This has something to do with a Gouki vs. Gouki match in
            which both characters have the same color outfit (0 is no,
            1 is yes).

 4-04  (1)  If you throw someone and the throw dizzies them, you cannot
            throw them until they recover.

 4-05       Unknown.

 4-06       空キャンセル灼熱波動拳
            0=変化なし          1=スキ短縮

            Something about being able to "kara cancel" Gouki's
            Shakunetsu Hadou Ken.  The only kara cancelling I know of
            applies to throws in SF3: 3rd Strike (in which you cancel a
            normal attack very early into a throw, thus giving it more
            range), so I'm not sure how this works.  0 is "no change",
            while 1 is "shortened miss." (?)

 4-07  (1)  With this turned on, you can do a "vacuum" version of the
            Final Atomic Buster (I assume this means that you suck 
            them in from anywhere onscreen).  How you do this, however,
            is a mystery to me. 

 4-08       Unknown.
 4-09       Unknown.

 4-10       レバー上での特殊入力技
            0=あり              1=なし

            It says something like, "lever up for special input
            technique" (0 is yes, 1 is no).  I haven't figured out what
            this is referring to, though.

 4-11  (0)  You can use Ken's Shouryuu Reppa as a reversal.  Can't get
            it to work, though.

 4-12  (0)  You can use Dhalsim's Yoga Inferno as a reversal.  Can't get
            it to work, though.

 4-13       キックボタンでジェノサイド
            0=出ない            1=出る

            Literally, "Kick button Genocide."  I assume that this means
            you can perform the Tiger Genocide with a Kick button, but
            that doesn't work (0 is won't occur, 1 is will occur).

 4-14  (0)  You can use Sagat's Tiger Genocide as a reversal.  Can't get
            it to work, though.

 4-15       Unknown.

 4-16  (0)  You can use SSF2 Vega's Devil Reverse as a reversal.  Can't
            get it to work, though.


 ========================================================================
 6.  GAME ENGINE
 ========================================================================

 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 JUGGLES
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 The basic rule of juggling is that if you have one move that juggles, it
 can connect only into itself (such as with Balrog's Scarlet Terror).  If
 you have two moves that juggle, they can connect in any order, which is
 why Tenshou Kyaku -> Senretsu Kyaku and Senretsu Kyaku -> Tenshou Kyaku
 are both possible.
                                    
 Some of these juggles don't work in the corner, since your opponent will
 fall faster when knocked down.  Others require that your opponent is
 near the corner, so that the first attack doesn't trigger the "fast
 fall", but the opponent still hits the wall while falling, enabling you
 to juggle them.  Finally, there are juggles require that your opponent
 is jumping, so that the move you're using doesn't hit the full number of
 times.

 BALROG
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
  - He can do an HK Scarlet Terror (2 hits), then follow it with another
    HK Scarlet Terror for 3 hits total.
  - With your opponent near the corner, you can do an HK Scarlet Terror
    (2 hits), then a Scarlet Terror (any strength), for 3 hits in all.
  - Unfortunately, Flying Barcelona Attack -> Scarlet Terror doesn't
    work.  If you mess with the dip switch settings, you can give his
    Flying Barcelona Attack super combo shadows (this happens when you
    charge db,df,db,uf + K but don't grab your opponent).  Sadly, the
    CPU doesn't consider the F.B.A to be an actual Super Combo, meaning
    that you get no juggle.  Oh well.

 CHUN-LI
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
  - If your opponent is near the corner and is jumping, you can do a
    Tenshou Kyaku that doesn't get the full number of hits, then do
    a MK or HK Tenshou Kyaku for 3 hits total.
  - You can follow the Senretsu Kyaku with a MK or HK Tenshou Kyaku.
  - Or, you can do a Tenshou Kyaku, then a Senretsu Kyaku.
  - She should be able to do Tenshou Kyaku (1 hit), Tenshou Kyaku (2
    hits), Senretsu Kyaku, but the lack of horizontal range on the
    Tenshou Kyakus makes this impossible, AFAIK.

 DEE JAY
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
  - If you do a MK or HK Jackknife Maximum that doesn't get the full
    number of hits, you can do an MK or HK Jackknife Maximum for 3 hits
    in all.
  - You can follow an MK Jackknife Maximum with an MK or HK Jackknife
    Maximum for 3 hits total.
  - You can follow the MK or HK Jackknife Maximum with the Sobat
    Carnival.
  - Or, you can follow the Sobat Carnival with an MK or HK Jackknife
    Maximum.
  - You should be able to do Jackknife Maximum (1 hit) -> Jackknife
    Maximum (2 hits) -> Sobat Carnival (the 2 hits are required so
    that you have enough charge time for the Sobat Carnival, sort of
    like how Vega's j MP, j MP, Knee Press Nightmare combo works).
    I haven't been able to pull it off, though, even though it seems
    possible.


 FEI LONG
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
  - If you do a Rekkuu Kyaku that only gets 2 hits (since your opponent
    is jumping), you can follow it with another Rekkuu Kyaku for 3 hits
    total.  You can then juggle with the Rekka Shin Ken upon landing.
  - Against a jumping opponent, you can do a Rekkuu Kyaku (full hits or
    not) followed by the Rekka Shin Ken.
  - With your opponent near the corner, do a Rekka Shin Ken, then a
    Rekkuu Kyaku for two more hits.  Since the Rekka Shin Ken pushes
    your opponent forward, make sure your enemy won't be knocked too
    far into the corner (otherwise, they won't fly as high into the
    air after the final hit).

 GOUKI
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
  - Gouki is pretty nuts, since his Gou Shouryuu Ken and ground and air
    Tatsumaki Zankuu Kyaku all have the ability to juggle for up to 3
    hits.  The only thing to watch out for is his LK Tatsumaki Zankuu
    Kyaku, since on the ground, it's range is too short to be used in
    juggles.  Here are some sample juggles:

    > You can do a ground Tatsumaki Zankuu Kyaku into itself, a mid-air
      Tatsumaki Zankuu Kyaku, or a Gou Shouryuu Ken.
    > You can do an aerial Tatsumaki Zankuu Kyaku into itself, a ground
      Tatsumaki Zankuu Kyaku, or a Gou Shouryuu Ken.
    > You can do a Gou Shouryuu Ken against a jumping opponent, and
      follow it with a ground Tatsumaki Zankuu Kyaku, a mid-air Tatsumaki
      Zankuu Kyaku, or (if your opponent is near the corner) a Gou
      Shouryuu Ken.
    > Since you can juggle for up to three hits, this allows for neat
      combos like 3 jumping mid-air LK hurricane kicks (jump in with
      qcb + LK, then jump uf and immediately do qcb + LK, then repeat
      upon landing).  

 RYU
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
  - He can do his diagonal jumping MP for 2 hits, then do another
    diagonal jumping MP for 3 hits in all.
  - Or you can do the reverse; get 1 hit from the jumping MP, and
    2 hits from the second jumping MP for 3 hits total.
  - Or, you can do three diagonal jumping MPs in a row that each only
    hit once.
  - After any of the above combos, you can juggle your opponent with
    a Shinkuu Hadou Ken as they fall.
  - Or, with your opponent near to the corner, you can hit them as
    they land from a jump with a Shinkuu Hadou Ken (so you don't get
    the full number of hits), then juggle them with a jumping MP.

 SAGAT
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
  - He can follow a 5-hit HP Tiger Uppercut with the Tiger Genocide,
    (as long as his opponent is near the corner) for 6 hits.
  - Or you can hit a jumping opponent with the Tiger Genocide, so that
    not all the hits connect.  You can then juggle with an HP Tiger
    Uppercut for one more hit.  Since the Tiger Genocide pushes your
    opponent forward, you need to make sure your opponent is near the
    corner, but further away from it than usual.
  - If his opponent is near the corner, and he does a Tiger Uppercut
    that doesn't get all five hits (because his opponent is jumping),
    then you can follow that with another HP Tiger Uppercut for up to
    5 hits in all.

 VEGA
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
  - He can do his diagonal jumping MP,MP for 2 hits, then do another
    diagonal jumping MP for 3 hits in all.
  - Or you can do the reverse; get 1 hit from the jumping MP, and
    2 hits from the jumping MP,MP for 3 hits total.
  - After the MP -> MP,MP juggle listed above, you can follow with a
    Knee Press Nightmare upon landing.  This is the only way to tack
    on the KPN because only the MP,MP gives you enough time to charge
    for the Super Combo.
  - You can do a Knee Press Nightmare, then follow it with one jumping
    MP,MP, or two jumping MPs.
  - Or, you can do three diagonal jumping MPs in a row that each only
    hit once.

 There is a limit on how many hits you can get from a juggle, which I
 believe is determined by the normal max number of hits you can get.
 For example, Ryu's Shinkuu Hadou Ken hits five times.  If you hit twice
 with his diagonal jumping MP, you can get 3 hits off the Shinkuu Hadou
 Ken.  If you hit 3 times with the MP, you can only get 2 hits off the
 super fireball.  Either way, you get 5 hits in all.  As far as I know,
 it's impossible to get more than one hit past the maximum amount (for
 example, Sagat's HP Tiger Uppercut followed by the Tiger Genocide gives
 you 6 hits).


 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 COMBOS
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 A combo is a series of attacks that keep your opponent in hit stun, so
 that they cannot retaliate.  Most combos run along the line of jump-in
 attack, ground attack (x1-2), special move or Super Combo.  I'm not
 that great at combos (check out the TZW Combo FAQ at www.gamefaqs.com
 for some really impressive stuff), but here's a list of example combos
 for each character, nontheless (alll combos were done vs. Zangief).

 X: means only an SSF2X character can do a certain combo, while S: means
 only the SSF2 version of a character can do that combo.  A: means that
 either type can perform the combo.  "Cross up" moves require that you
 jump over your opponent and attack them so that you hit the back of
 their body (usually this means the neck or shoulder).
              
 BALROG
  X: c MK -> HK Scarlet Terror (2 hits) -> HK Scarlet Terror (1 hit)
  A: Cross up HK -> c MK (x2) -> c MP
   
 BLANKA                         
  A: Cross up LK -> n MP (x2) -> c HP
  A: Cross up HP -> n MP (x2) -> c HP

 CAMMY
  X: Cross up HP -> c MP (x2) -> Spin Drive Smasher
  X: Cross up LK -> c MP -> c MK -> HK Spiral Arrow or Cannon Spike
  A: Cross up HP -> s MP -> c MK -> HK Spiral Arrow
             
 CHUN-LI
  A: Yousou Kyaku x4
  A: Cross up MK -> c MK (x3)
  A: Cross up HP -> n MP (x2) -> f HP

 DEE JAY
  A: Cross up MK -> n MP (x2) -> HK Double Rolling Sobat (hits once)

 DHALSIM
  X: db + LP -> db + MK (x2)
  S: LP Yoga Fire -> Drill Zutsuki -> f HP

 E. HONDA
  X: Cross up HK -> n LP -> c HP
  X: Cross up HK -> n LP -> n MP -> c MP
  X: Cross up HK -> c LK (x2) -> HP Super Zutsuki
  S: Cross up Flying Sumo Press -> n MP -> n LK -> HP Super Zutsuki

 FEI LONG
  X: Cross up MK -> n MP -> n HP -> HP Rekka Ken (x3) 
  S: Engeki Shuu -> f MP -> HP Rekka Ken (x3)

 GOUKI
  X: Cross up HK -> c MP (x2) -> HK Hurricane Kick -> HP Gou Shouryuu Ken
  X: Jump in, qcb + MK -> Land, jump uf, qcb + LK -> land, qcb + HK
  X: LP Zankuu Hadou Ken -> deep j HP -> c HP -> HP Shakunetsu Hadou Ken

 GUILE
  X: Cross up LK -> s LK (x3) -> c LK -> Knee Bazooka
  A: j HP -> n HP -> HP Sonic Boom -> Spinning Back Knuckle
  A: Cross up LK -> c MP (x2) -> HK Somersault Kick
  A: n LK (x5)

 KEN
  X: Cross up MK -> c MP -> (qcf + K -> hold K) -> c HK
  S: Cross up HK -> c MP (x2) -> HK Tatsumaki Senpuu Kyaku

 M. BISON
  A: Deep j HK -> c MP (x2) -> Dash Straight (or Dash Ground Straight)

 RYU
  X: Hatobi Kudaki -> c MP -> c MK -> HP Hadou Ken
  A: Cross up HK -> c MP (x2) -> HK Tatsumaki Senpuu Kyaku

 SAGAT
  X: Cross up MK -> n HP -> HP Tiger Uppercut
  A: Deep j HP -> n HP -> HK Tiger Knee Crush
  S: Deep j HP -> n MK (2 hit) -> HP Tiger Uppercut
  S: Deep j HK -> n MK (2 hit) -> HK Tiger Knee Crush

 T. HAWK
  A: Cross up Heavy Body Press -> n MP -> HP Tomahawk Buster

 VEGA
  A: Cross up HK -> n LK (x2) -> f HK
  A: Cross up HK -> c MP (x2) -> HK Double Knee Press

 ZANGIEF
  A: Cross up Flying Body Attack -> n MP -> n MP -> c HK
  X: Cross up F.B.A. -> n MP -> c LP -> f LP -> LP Banishing Flat


 ========================================================================
 7.  MISCELLANEOUS
 ========================================================================

 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 MENU TRANSLATIONS
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Below is a listing of the menus, which have been translated (though not
 literally).  You will need a program that can view Shift-JIS encoded
 text to read the Japanese text (again, try www.njstar.com and download
 one of their Japanese text viewers / word processors).

  --------------------------------------------------------------------
  OPTIONS                               オプション設定
  --------------------------------------------------------------------

  GAME OPTIONS                          ゲーム設定
  SOUND OPTIONS                         サウンド設定
  SCREEN ADJUST                         画面調整
  BUTTON CONFIG.                        ボタン設定
  MEMORY CARD                           メモリーカード
  EXIT                                  EXIT

  --------------------------------------------------------------------
  GAME OPTIONS                          ゲーム設定
  --------------------------------------------------------------------

  DIFFICULTY                            難昜度
  TIME LIMIT                            時間制限
    > Yes / No                            > あり/なし
  ROUND COUNT                           ラウンド数
  GAME SPEED                            ゲームスピード
  AUTO SAVE                             オートセーブ
    > No / Yes                            > しない/する
  DEFAULT SETTINGS                      初期設定に戻す
  EXIT                                  EXIT

  --------------------------------------------------------------------
  SOUND OPTIONS                         サウンド設定
  --------------------------------------------------------------------

  SOUND OUTPUT                          音声出力設定
    > Monaural / Stereo                   > モノラル/ステレオ
  VM SOUND                              VMサウンド
    > Yes / No                            > あり/なし
  DEMO SOUND                            デモサウンド
    > Yes / No                            > あり/なし
  BGM TEST                              BGMテスト
  SE TEST                               SEテスト
  BGM VOLUME                            BGMボリューム
    > Max, 14-01, Minimum                 > 最大・01‐14・最小
  SE VOLUME                             SEボリューム
    > Max, 14-01, Minimum                 > 最大・01‐14・最小
  DEFAULT SETTINGS                      初期設定に戻す
  EXIT                                  EXIT
               
  --------------------------------------------------------------------
  SCREEN ADJUST                         画面調整
  --------------------------------------------------------------------

  SCREEN ADJUST                         画面位置調整
  DEFAULT SETTINGS                      初期設定に戻す
  EXIT                                  EXIT

  --------------------------------------------------------------------
  BUTTON CONFIG.                ボタン設定
  --------------------------------------------------------------------

  X BUTTON                      弱パンチ        Weak Punch
  Y BUTTON                      中パンチ        Medium Punch
  Z BUTTON (L TRIGGER)          強パンチ        Strong Punch
  A BUTTON                      弱パンチ        Weak Kick
  B BUTTON                      中パンチ        Medium Kick
  C BUTTON (R TRIGGER)          強パンチ        Strong Kick
  (can set to any button)       弱中強パンチ    All 3 Punches
  (can set to any button)       弱中強キック    All 3 Kicks

  VIBRATE OPTION                震動設定
    > No / Yes                    > しない/する
  DEFAULT SETTINGS              初期設定に戻す
  EXIT                          EXIT 

  --------------------------------------------------------------------
  MEMORY CARD                           メモリーカード
  --------------------------------------------------------------------

  SAVE                                  SAVE
  "Save your file?"                     ファイルをセーブしますか?
    > Yes / No                            > はい/いいえ
  "Overwrite this file?"                すでにファイルが存在します
                                        上書きしますか?
    > Yes / No                            > はい/いいえ
  LOAD                                  LOAD
  "Load your file?"                     ファイルをロードしますか?
    > Yes / No                            > はい/いいえ
  EXIT                                  EXIT

  --------------------------------------------------------------------
  TRAINING MENU                         トレーニングメニュー
  --------------------------------------------------------------------

  ACTION SET                            行動設定
    > Standing                            > 立ち
    > Crouching                           > しゃがみ
    > Jumping                             > ジャンプ
    > CPU-Controlled                      > COM
    > 2nd Player-Controlled               > 人間
  SUPER COMBO GAUGE                     SPゲージ
    > Normal                              > 通常
    > Infinite SC Gauge                   > 無制限
  GUARD                                 ガード
    > Auto / Always / Never               > 自動/する/しない
  GAME SPEED                            ゲームスピード

  - The 'COM' option isn't available if you're using the SSF2 version
    of a character.


  --------------------------------------------------------------------
  EX OPTIONS                            EXオプション設定
  --------------------------------------------------------------------

  The EX Options can be enabled by highlight OPTION on the main screen,
  holding the Z button, and pressing Start. 

  1P SC GAUGE                           1P SPゲージ
    > Normal                              > 通常
    > Carries Over to Next Round          > 持ち越し
    > Infinite SC Gauge                   > 無制限
  2P SC GAUGE                           2P SPゲージ
    > Normal                              > 通常
    > Carries Over to Next Round          > 持ち越し
    > Infinite SC Gauge                   > 無制限
  TIME LAG                              タイムラグ
    > None, 1-15                          > なし/1‐15
  BONUS STAGE                           ボーナスステージ
    > No / Yes                            > なし/あり
  "SUPER" CHARACTER USE                 スーパーキャラ選択
    > No / Yes                            > なし/あり
  CPU-CONTROLLED CHARACTER              COM選択
    > No / Yes                            > なし/あり
  HANDICAP                              ハンディキャップ
    > Yes / No                            > あり/なし
  SCORE DATA CLEAR                      スコアデータのクリア          
  DEFAULT SETTINGS                      初期設定に戻す
  EXIT                                  EXIT 

  - The "Super" Character option lets you use the SSF2 versions of
    characters, but only in VS Mode and Training Mode.  You'll still
    have to use the manual codes in Arcade Mode.
  - The CPU-Controlled Character option only works for VS Mode.  You
    still have to have a 2P controller plugged in, so that you can
    select the 2P character, though.  You cannot pick COM if you're
    using a SSF2 character.
  - The Handicap Option only affects VS Mode.


 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 MISC. TRANSLATIONS
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------

 All translations were done by yours truly.  My Japanese is not that
 great, so there are undoubtedly some mistakes.
 
 CHARACTER TITLES
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
 kamen no kikoushi                      Masked Honorable Young Nobleman
 dai shizen no yasei ji                 Great Nature's Wild Child
 mujaki na sentou bachi                 Innocent Combat Bee
 kuu wo saku kareinaru mai              Magnificent Air-Ripping Dance
 aitsu wa funky jamaican                Funky Jamaican Guy
 kokou no yoga senshi                   Superior Yoga Warrior
 harite juuban shoubu                   Tenth-ranked 'harite' in a bout
 kaen-teki koufuu eiyuu                 Blaze-like Kung-Fu Hero
 shizukanaru fukushuu sha               Silent Revenger
 kaettekita koutekishu                  Approaching Opponent
 naseke muyou no hard puncher           Pityless Hard Puncher
 eien no chousensha                     Eternal Challenger
 kakutou ou, futatabi                   Fighting Lord, Again
 ikareru ikazuchi no yuusha             Hero of Angry Lightning
 yami wo matou majin                    Evil One Cloaked in Darkness
 daichi wo yurugasu hagane no nikutai   Earth-Shaking Body of Steel

 - Honda's title is referring to a sumo move (harite).  Think of his
   Hyakuretsu Harite, if you still don't get it.  I guess it means
   that his "harite" is ranked 10 out of the top sumo wrestlers.
 - Some of these titles differ from the ones listed above, since some
   of the titles were written in Japanese with English spellings (for
   example, they wrote 'killer bee' over 'sentou bachi').


 BASIC TERMS
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 Nage Waza                      Throw Technique
 Ukemi                          Tumble
 Kizetsu                        Faint


 BALROG
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 Izuna Drop                     Well Rope Drop
 Rolling Izuna Drop             Rolling Well Rope Drop
 Sankaku Tobi                   Triangle Hop


 CHUN-LI
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 Koshuu Tou                     Attacking Tiger Fall
 Ryuusei Raku                   Shooting Star Drop
 Kikou Ken                      Chi Fist
 Kaiten-teki Kaku Kyakushuu     Spinning Crane Leg Kick
 Tenshou Kyaku                  Ascension Kick
 Hyakuretsu Kyaku               Hundred Rending Kicks
 Kouhou Kaiten Kyaku            Backward-Spinning Kick
 Kaku Kyaku Raku                Crane Leg Drop
 Yousou Kyaku                   Hawk's Talon Kick
 Sankaku Tobi                   Triangle Hop
 Senretsu Kyaku                 Thousand Rending Kicks


 DHALSIM
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 Yoga Teleport (Zenpou)         Yoga Teleport (Forward)
 Yoga Teleport (Kouhou)         Yoga Teleport (Backward)
 Drill Zutsuki                  Drill Headbutt


 EDMOND HONDA
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 Tawara Nage                    Straw Bale Throw
 Saba Ori                       Mackerel Snapper
 Sekkan Kyaku                   Chastising Kick
 Super Zutsuki                  Super Headbutt
 Super Hyakkan Otoshi           Super Hundred-weight Drop
 Ooichou Nage                   Great Gingko Tree Throw
 Hyakuretsu Harite              Hundred Rending Slaps
 Kuuchuu Harite                 Mid-Air Slap
 Shiko Geri                     Arm-and-Leg Kick
 Harai Geri                     Sweeping Kick
 Hiza Geri                      Knee Kick
 Oni Musou                      Unparalleled Demon


 FEI LONG
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 Gankai Hou                     Rock Cluster Hold
 Ryuushu Kai                    Neck Attack Cut
 Ryuushu Raku                   Neck Attack Drop
 Rekka Ken                      Conflageration Fist
 Shien Kyaku                    Kindling Blaze Kick
 Rekkuu Kyaku                   Violent Air Kick
 Chokka Rakushou                Falling Underneath Heel
 Engeki Shuu                    Distant Attack Kick
 Rekka Shin Ken                 True Conflageration Fist


 GOUKI
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 Seoi Nage                      Over-the-Shoulder Throw
 Tomoe Nage                     Overhead Judo Throw
 Gou Hadou Ken                  Great Surge Fist
 Zankuu Hadou Ken               Air-Slashing Surge Fist
 Shakunetsu Hadou Ken           Scorching Heat Surge Fist
 Tatsumaki Zankuu Kyaku         Air-Slashing Tornado Kick
 Gou Shouryuu Ken               Great Rising Dragon Fist
 Ashura Senkuu (Zenpou)         "God of War" Air Flash (Forward)
 Ashura Senkuu (Kouhou)         "God of War" Air Flash (Backward)
 Shun Goku Satsu                Imprisoning Death Flash


 KEN MASTERS
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 Seoi Nage                      Over-the-Shoulder Throw
 Tsukami Hiza Geri              Grabbing Knee Kick
 Jigoku Guruma                  Hell Wheel
 Jigoku Fuusha                  Hell Windmill
 Hadou Ken                      Surge Fist
 Tatsumaki Senpuu Kyaku         Tornado Whirlwind Kick
 Shouryuu Ken                   Rising Dragon Fist
 Nata Otoshi Geri               Falling Hatchet Kick
 Kama Barai Geri                Sweeping Scythe Kick
 Oosoto Mawashi Geri            Great Outer Spinning Kick
 Inazuma Kakato Wari            "Flash of Lightning" Heel Splitter
 Shouryuu Reppa                 Rising Dragon Renderer


 RYU
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 Seoi Nage                      Over-the-Shoulder Throw
 Tomoe Nage                     Overhead Judo Throw
 Hadou Ken                      Surge Fist
 Fire Hadou Ken                 Fire Surge Fist
 Tatsumaki Senpuu Kyaku         Tornado Whirlwind Kick
 Shouryuu Ken                   Rising Dragon Fist
 Sakotsu Wari                   Collarbone Breaker
 Hatobi Kudaki                  Solarplexus Smasher
 Shinkuu Hadou Ken              Vacuum Surge Fist


 ZANGIEF
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 Kamitsuke                      Biting
 Kuuchuu Deadly Drive           Mid-Air Deadly Drive
 Kuuchuu Leg Throw              Mid-Air Leg Throw
 Kuuchuu Headbutt               Mid-Air Headbutt
                                               

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 GLITCHES
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  - When playing as Ten Gouki, if you have the Bonus Stage option turned
    on, the game often hangs after beating a character prior to going to
    the bonus stage.  You'll be stuck at the victory quote screen, but
    pressing the buttons doesn't do anything aside from speed up the
    background scrolling.  However, you can get out of this by having the
    2nd player join in and having the two of you play the bonus stages
    together.

  - Although I haven't pulled it off myself, Mike Z discovered a neat
    glitch.  Apparently, if Ryu hits Ten Gouki with a super fireball
    right as Gouki does his Shun Goku Satsu, the whole game will freeze,
    except for Gouki.  You can unfreeze the game by doing another Shun
    Goku Satsu on Ryu.


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 IN CLOSING
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 Thanks for reading, I hope you enjoyed this FAQ.  If you have any
 comments or contributions, feel free to send them to the address listed
 in the disclaimer.  If you've seen this guide reprinted in a magazine or
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 appreciate it.

 Unpublished work Copyright 2001 Chris MacDonald

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