> > Yes it exists and I have it. Proof is attached.
> > It's certainly a pre-release version, which is very rare.
> I wish people would stop making claims like this, it's unfounded.
> It's an uncommon revision of a very common game, for which updates were spewed out at
> regular intervals, it's far from the only case where there are revisions a few days
> apart; with gambling machines especially it happened with great frequency. Obviously,
> as it was only the current revision for 2 or 3 days, only machines in that 2-3 day
> period would ship with it, that explains why it isn't so common without any wild
> theories about it being pre-release.
> people REALLY need to stop shouting 'prototype' and 'pre-release' for anything rare
> or that seems unfinished, it's starting to get incredibly irritating.
Not sure what you did not get in my post but let's make it step by step so you can understand my point:
- So far, the 1st version to be ever released is 910206 as it means 6th of February 1991 (hope you already got that), right? So 910204 is prior to 910206 as it means 4th of February 1991. We're still ok? So yes we can call it a pre-release or pre-mass official release as it has been released 2 days BEFORE 910206...
- Simply search 'Street Fighter 910204' on google and tell me what you get? We seem to be 2 people claiming to have this release through the WHOLE internet and we're talking about one of the MOST common game ever! So yes I know that not everyone checks their release number but still, it means it's RARE, even VERY rare, I'm sorry. Besides, it never was dumped.
So I don't know why you try to make me be one of those guys who 'shouts' 'prototype' (not sure what it means though) or something as it seems more than possible here, even if it's only my vision of the story of course.