Every little facet of Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix has some new touch or update added to it. The character sprites have all been redrawn by comic book company Udon and converted to HD for the best looking 2D fighter around. The characters, backgrounds, and visual effects have all been redrawn and it looks great. There are some purists out there that want the original character sprites and they are available, but the backgrounds stay in HD. The only thing that feels off about the presentation is the new character designs still have to fit inside the same hit boxes, so some of the bigger characters like T. Hawk and Zangief seem to have odd proportions because of it.
Capcom US must have really felt like throwing fans a bone because they let them make the music for Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix. People familiar with Overclocked Remix will know what to expect, but for those that don't, OverClocked Remix is a fansite where people upload remixes of their favorite video game songs. Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix has all of its music, from Menu screens to stage music, remixed and nearly every one of the new songs sounds great. I really dug Vega's remixed music and Zangief's has a pretty cool industrial sound to it as well.