Platform (Terminology)

The long reign of Nintendo's console king was winding down just as Street Fighter 2 hit the big time. As such, very few fighters found their home there, if you don't count Hong Kong bootlegs.

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Nintendo Entertainment System History

Urban Champion

Yie Ar Kung-Fu (Console)
Released 10/27/1985.

Karate Champ

Fu'un Shourinken
Released 4/17/1987. Released for the Famicom Disk System

Fu'un Shourinken: Ankoku no Maou
Released 4/22/1988. Released for the Famicom Disk System

Hiryū no Ken II: Dragon no Tsubasa (Flying Warriors)

Tenkaichi Bushi

Fighting Hero

Hiryū no Ken Special
Released 6/21/1991.

Janggun-ui Adeul
Released 1992.

Sān Guózhì
Released 1992. Best guess on release date

Best of the Best

Nekketsu Kakutō Densetsu
Released 12/23/1992.

DragonBall Z: Gekitō Tenkaichi Budōkai
Released 12/29/1992.

Yū Yū Hakusho: Bakutō Ankoku Bujutsu Kai
Released 1993.

Kuài Dǎ Chuánshuō

Fighting Hero 3

Joy Mech Fight
Released 5/21/1993.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters (NES)
Released 12/4/1993.

Street Heroes

Zhēn Běn Xī Yóu Jì

Xīngjì Wǔshì

Fēng Shén Bǎng

Impartial Judge

Super Homebrew War

Street Fighter
Released Unreleased. Industry catalog solicitations went out in both US and Japan, but the game was never released.

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