Street Fighter Games

Get ready to hit hard with this awesome selection of Street Fighter games! It is crazy to think that for over three decades, Street Fighter has been the premier fighting game series. It changed the game in the arcades and the home console versions performed even better. Here you are going to find the ultimate collection of Street Fighter games and we are going to look at a few of the best, interesting and unusual games that you need to try out.

If you want old school Street Fighter games then you have to start with the original, Street Fighter II: The World Warrior. However, if that is perhaps a tad too old school for you then you are probably better jumping in with something like Street Fighter II Special Champion Edition or Street Fighter II Turbo which were massive and we mean massive hits when they appeared on the SNES and Sega Genesis/Sega Mega Drive in the early 90s.

One of the best series of Street Fighter games is the Alpha series and we well and truly have you covered here. From the first game, Street Fighter Alpha this series would have a more anime and stylish kind of look and feel about it. It offers a great mixture of classic characters and new characters too, all the while being a prequel to the events of Street Fighter II. It would be followed up by the better, Street Fighter Alpha 2 and then lastly, Street Fighter Alpha 3 which many regard as one of the best games in the entire Street Fighter series!

If you want to play Street Fighter games that are a tad different then the EX series is for you. This started on the original PlayStation with Street Fighter EX Plus Alpha which kept a similar 2D style of gameplay, but used 3D polygon characters. The last game in the series, Street Fighter EX 3 was actually a launch title for the PlayStation 2.

There are also some of the Capcom crossover games that feature Street Fighter characters. One of these, X-Men vs Street Fighter is arguably one of the most important Street Fighter games ever made as it would ultimately launch the Marvel vs Capcom series that we know and love to this day! Another cross over game that does not get the attention it deserves is Street Fighter X Tekken. This was a very interesting game and collaboration. It plays like Street Fighter IV, but perhaps the most interesting thing about this game is seeing Tekken characters play like Street Fighter ones. It is such a shame we never got to see Tekken X Street Fighter after this.

For those of you that want to play one of the more modern Street Fighter games, you need to see what Capcom did with Street Fighter IV. The best and most complete version of this series is Ultra Street Fighter IV which is jam packed with content. While the launch of Street Fighter V may have been a bit of a disaster. Capcom has well and truly turned it around and now it is one of the best fighting games of its generation and well worth your time.

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Sega Genesis

Street Fighter 2 Plus Champion Edition

Street Fighter 2 Plus Champion Edition Game
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From the corners of the globe come twelve of the toughest fighters to ever prowl the streets. Choose your champion and step into the arena as one of the eight original challengers or as one of the four Grand Masters! Pound your opponent as Balrog and knock them out for the count. Tower over your prey as Sagat and daze them with your awesome Tiger Shot. Slash your opponent with Vega's claw and send them running for cover. Or strike fear into your enemies as M. Bison, the greatest Grand Master of them all!
SNES

Street Fighter II: The World Warrior

Street Fighter II: The World Warrior Game
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Basically you get a bunch of fighters together (12 in this case) and get them to punch, kick, bite and thump the bejesus out of each other then you're close.

Capcom Generations Street Fighter 2 Collection

Their latest 32-Bit project, Super Street Fighter 2 Collection, is a paradox.

Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter

The next edition in Capcom's popular Vs. series is almost here. Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter

Marvel Vs. Street Fighter

I'm a pretty big fan of Capcom's Vs. series, despite the fact that it centers mostly on flashy graphics and exaggerated

Street Fighter 2 Special Champion Edition

From the corners of the globe come twelve of the toughest fighters to ever prowl the streets. Choose your champion and step into the arena as one of the eight original challengers or as one of the four Grand Masters! Pound your opponent as Balrog a..
Sega Genesis

Street Fighter 2 Turbo

They're back and they're badder than ever! Faster, stronger and with all new moves, twelve of the greatest fighters from across the globe are ready to do battle! Choose your champion and get ready for the big brawl as they try to earn the right to ..
Sega Genesis

Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper Fighting

Basically you get a bunch of fighters together (12 in this case) and get them to punch, kick, bite and thump the bejesus out of each other then you're close.
SNES

Street Fighter 3: Double Impact

Capcom finally relents and adds the number "3" to the end of the name "Street Fighter," and all I have to say is "is this it?

Street Fighter Alpha

Street Fighter Alpha is nearly complete for the PlayStation.

Street Fighter Alpha Anthology

Like anyone with a healthy sense of nostalgia, I look back on yesterday and wish that the games made by modern publishers could live up to the hopes, dreams, and ambitions of days gone by.

Street Fighter Anniversary Collection

I love Street Fighter, always have, even back when the occasional fireball was more a freak product of luck that elicited looks of shock than a planned attack. But I'm not that big a fan of the Street Fighter Anniversary Collection.

Street Fighter Collection

Let's just ignore the fact that Super Street Fighter was the weakest version of SF2 and take each game one by one.

Street Fighter EX 2

Street Fighter EX was an instant hit with many SF aficionados.

Street Fighter Ex3

By now, most everyone who's into fighting games has realized that the EX Street Fighter series is somewhat of an acquired taste.

Super Street Fighter 2 Collection

This sequel to SF2 Turbo: Hyper Fighting (arcade) made one of the biggest changes to the series.

Super Street Fighter 2 - The New Challengers

Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers was the first Street Fighter game that Capcom would release on its CPS-2 hardware.
Sega Genesis SNES

X-Men Vs Street Fighter

X-Men vs. Street Fighter is expected to grab home players' attention as much as its premiere form did this past year in the arcade.

Sf Ex Plus

What should've been called Street Fighter III, this 3-D (or rather, polygonal) update to the world's most popular series of fighting games is excellent.

Street Fighter Collection 2

This is the collection fans have been waiting for.