The greatest fighting innovator reborn, although somewhat marred by control limitations
The only thing that I would take issue with in this collection are the means in which I have to play it, with a PS2 pad, which other sorts have also pointed out. It is quite simply not the same visceral experience that was to be had with a SNES d-pad, it is too imprecise and clumsy and takes a lot of getting used to, the buttons are also an odd hurdle to overcome. People who have not had the experience of playing this game on a Super Nes probably wont even notice it however, and it did eventually become just a minor gripe.
The game itself is as fresh and as potent as ever, still retaining the artistic vitality that turned it into one of the most important and significant games in the history of this industry.