* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: ''Perfect'' has surprisingly good tracks.
** World Heroes 2 and Jet also have their fair share of awesome tracks
* EnsembleDarkHorse: Mudman, one of the few characters not based on one specific figure. As a result, he made it into some of SNK's crossover games.
* {{Mondegreen}} - Hanzo and Fumma's spinning blade move sounds a lot like: "PEOPLE WHO DISCOVER!"
* MostAnnoyingSound - Some of the voice clips are played a little too often for comfort. Mudman's voice is like nails on a chalkboard.
** Janne's NoblewomansLaugh. Ewwww. It wasn't ''that'' annoying in the first game, dammit!
* NarmCharm - The series practically '''runs''' on this. To quote Muscle Power: "NUMBAH WOOOOHN!"
** The dialogue in ''WH2'' and ''Jet'' is brimming with Woolseyisms, with references ranging from reasonable (Captain Kidd: [[TreasureIsland Hey! I can't give up here! Arrrgh, Jim-Boy!"]] to completely random (Erick: [[MontyPythonsFlyingCircus "I am a viking, and I am okay. I pillage all night, and I sleep all day!"]])
* VideogameCrueltyPotential - Admit it. You played Deathmatch Mode in the first game just to fling both fighters [[ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice onto spikes]], [[ShockAndAwe shock them with electrified ropes]] and [[KillItWithFire set them on fire]] just to see their funny reactions, don't you?
** How about having the charas you beat in the ''only'' "normal match"... being subjected to {{Traumatic Haircut}}s after losing?
* VindicatedByHistory: Well, sort of. ''Perfect'' was mostly dismissed by the competitive crowd as another ''StreetFighter'' clone up until two big-name players found footage of it on Website/YouTube, got interested by the surprisingly modern mechanics it had and recorded theirs findings with the online multiplayer service ''Kaillera''. It currently is surprisingly popular on the website ''Shoryuken''.