Street Fighter II : the World Warrior Arcade Game ! Gameplay, Artwork, Cabinet Video -

Street Fighter II : the World Warrior Arcade Game ! Gameplay, Artwork, Cabinet Video

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We got in a Capcom Street Fighter II arcade game and filmed a little video so you could remember the good times!

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Lyons Arcade buys and sells classic arcade games and pinball machines in our showroom and shop in downtown Rock Hill, SC. We typically keep in stock between 40 and 50 arcade games and pinball machines, and from time to time have a jukebox or two for sale.

Our store is located at 139 Caldwell St., Rock Hill, SC 29730. We also function as a vintage video game store! We sell all the classic Nintendo, Sega, Atari, Sony, and Microsoft games and systems.

Our videos on our channel are videos we shoot after finishing up our games for sale; we test play them and take pictures and video of how they turned out. We then use the pictures to advertise the games for sale, and upload the video to this channel on youtube!

What this means is that sometimes our videos show games that have actually already sold!


  1. I used to spend hours after school at the arcade playing this game. And watching others play this game. lol

  2. This came out when i was 10 years old and it was my entire life!

  3. I live in Asia and I don't even know that Street Fighter has a cabinet that looks like a Mortal Kombat cabinet. All I know is a Egret cabinet from Taito or Naomi cabient from Sega, and need a seat to play.

  4. This game is a classic indeed. I remember the first time I played this was on the SNES. Of course, it was the Turbo Hyper Fighting Edition.

  5. GG! Gonna go play on my SNES classic now .. :o)

  6. I really appreciate if you also film the inside of the cabs…

  7. Where did you get the Red, White and Blue plungers?

  8. I'm late to the party but I just got this very machine today. It's in need of tlc. Can you point me to were I can get the cabinet art work and yellow trim?

  9. 16:11 basically a walking sonic kick which is impossible. he ducked for half a second to show that he was charging. what a joke. the CPU also does walking backward sonic kicks!

  10. I've spent a childhood inside of a 7-11 because of this game 🙂

  11. I bought the Arcade1up cocktail head to head table because it has stereo sound and it has World Warrior and Hyper Fighting which was not in the SF upright Arcade1up cabinet. And the picture looks sharper, not so "blocky" and pixelated like the upright. They improved the wave 2 (2019) Arcade1ups over the wave 1's (2018). TMNT though looks pixelated and not as smooth without scanlines but it is stereo and the buttons feel cheap compared to real arcade buttons. I'll have to try the Street Fighter head to head and see how the buttons are, joystick, and the sound and graphics. I get it on Friday delivered. I have the games on xbox and ps4 both roms and the new collection, and Final Fight, but I like the arcade1ups, and I want to have a mini arcade in my room with a few cabinets of my favorite games. The head to head also has Final Fight, another one of my favorites that I played in arcades in the 90's. It cost $400 but I think it's worth it with the higher quality, stereo sound, and better monitor and picture than the wave 1's.

  12. i was 10 when this came out, i had to watch thru the swarm of teens at the corner store, but i stayed home from school sick one day and walked to the corner store with a pocket full of quarters knowing i was about to have my day in the sun….this game changed arcades for me that day forever

  13. The most definitively early 90's looking cabinet ever..
    I didn't play this much when it was brand new, I was a bit young (still single digits..) and the controls confused me..
    A few years later though I played this thing to death at a local laundromat… That and the Ms.Pac-Man next to it..

  14. I still go back and watch this video to droll…

  15. the only criticism I have of the World Warrior is the bosses are slightly unbalanced compared to the other fighters

  16. How much would you say this game sells for today?

  17. Man! That intro music must be playing when entering to paradise. Great game. It is definitely a game changer in that era. I've become a real fan of your channel. Greeting from Argentina.

  18. That dude in the background (Ryu/Chun Li fight) was really going to town choking the chicken 😉

  19. The entire neighborhood used to think Ryu was asking "Are YOU Ken?" "are YOU Ken?" "ARE ARE you Ken?"

  20. Finally: a video of an ACTUAL SF2 cabinet and not an Arcade1up. I've been looking for DAYS!

  21. This game changed everything. Arcades were on the way out much earlier without this game. Pretty much made me a gamer for life. When I think of the best 3 games I've ever played it's super Mario, Zelda and street fighter.

  22. Fun to find a video when the player are not "perfekt" Love fcromSweden

  23. Love how u even showed us u playing the game. Great vid!

  24. Is this still for sale I just want to know

  25. I first played this in the arcades as a ten year old, one thing I miss is that good old atmosphere where anybody could just come over and put a coin into player 2 to challenge you and you could have a huge crowd gathering to watch the fight. 😂 man those were the days also the audio quality on these cabinets was really good.

  26. I bought an arcade simlar to that it was an snk cab, converted it to Street Fighter 2 champion edition, some guy in the states does a good job of the artwork for these machines, managed to get a new button overlay, bezel, side art and marquee, the machine is totally originally with a 22" CRT and even tube lights for the marquee, love my machine took me a while to get it up to mint condition, I now own all the cps original street fighters from this era and play them in me cab, champion edition will forever be my favourite.
    This game came out when I was 11 and it's been always had such a hold over me even to this day, always remember thinking I would love an arcade like this in me bedroom…30 years on an now I do only in me man cave.

  27. I remember the big draw for this game at the time was the sheer size of those sprites. It was like looking up at a huge roman statue in awe. I spent alot of time in the arcade because of this game, waiting in line for my turn to inevitably lose. 😀

  28. whos here from street fighter 2 legacy arcade1up

  29. Karate champ to jamma harness… Don't think so bud sorry

  30. 8:53 right up her gravity-defying crotch! perfect counter! 😎

  31. 19:30 Guile be like "Alright, that's it! GTF Outa here you turtling prick!" 😂

  32. It's interesting how this cabinets have not the same graphic as ordinary old TV's and the pixels kind of mix together creating a really nice look.

  33. When I was a kid, I think I was scared of those beat up character screens lol

  34. Ahhh, Karate Champ. Ryu & Ken were in that one too… I must of spent 2k in quarters on this cab back in the day.

  35. If you stare at the boardwalk on blankas stage, it starts looking 3D. Great individuals working at Capcom.

  36. Hey Did You Know That Ian Hates Zangief He Tried To Use Every Character To Beat Him And He Fails

  37. "So close! But oh so far away!" Haha. Guile is a git with that no-charge flash kick. Such a great game.

  38. I was born in 92 so this game and MK2 was probably the first video games I ever played. I lived by a laundry matt that had a very beat up streetfighter 2 cabinet that I would frequently play. E. Honda gots them hands. lol

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