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- Street Fighter Alpha is a good game but a lot better was to come from Capcom, like the fantastic sequel Street Fighter Alpha 2.
- Hyper Street Fighter Alpha is a Versus only versions of Alpha 1, 2 and 3 for certain characters.
- The fighting system of Street Fighter Alpha is based on those of previous Street Fighter games, with a different super combo gauge from that of Super Turbo.
- Hyper Fighting got too frantic, whereas Street Fighter Alpha (Zero) and Street Fighter III added little in terms of originality.
- The third and final Alpha game, Street Fighter Alpha 3, was released in 1998 (following the release of the original Street Fighter III and 2nd Impact).
- Street Fighter Alpha brings together a cast of 13 characters from the collective Street Fighter universe.
- Street Fighter Alpha 3 is (in my opinion) the best Street Fighter game available (including the recently-released SF2 HD Remix).
- Tetsuya Iwanaga did Ken's voice in the Street Fighter Alpha series, and Koji Tobe did Ken's voice in the Street Fighter III games.
- Street Fighter Alpha takes the Street Fighter series to its beginnings.
- SNK incarnation, while Guile is from the Street Fighter Alpha series and Zangief received an entirely new sprite just for this game.
- The first Street Fighter video game that was rated, was Street Fighter Alpha.
- Hyper Street Fighter Alpha also features new ISMs that mimic other Capcom fighting games.
- To put it simply, Street Fighter Alpha Anthology is what you would expect; a complete, comprehensive presentation of the Street Fighter Alpha series.
- Of course, nowadays getting a good copy of SFA3 is challenging in many respects so in my search I stumbled upon Street Fighter Alpha Anthology.
- The only title that isn't "arcade perfect" is Street Fighter Alpha 2 Gold, which was previously released in Japan as a PS One and Saturn favorite.
- However, given the fact that the Street Fighter Alpha Anthology was announced later on in the year, they might have been referring to that title.
- Less than a year later, Capcom again blessed us with what may be the best version of Street Fighter Alpha 3 yet.
- GamePro [4 out of 5] – “…Besides for the controls, Street Fighter Alpha 3 Max has a lot going for it.
- It is often seen as a handicap machine, akin to Dan in the Street Fighter Alpha series.
- If you're still in love with the Street Fighter Alpha series then this collection is a required purchase.
- Street Fighter Alpha 3 was less of a refinement of the previous games than a complete rethink.
- You won't find the extra modes, such as the world tour mode in Street Fighter Alpha 3, that were included in the home releases of these games.
- The best known joke character is Dan Hibiki, a character that originated in Street Fighter Alpha.
- A quick change of games to Street Fighter Alpha 3 and then to King of Fighters '99 proves futile.
- From the game, Guy had apparently gone missing, while this appeared to have been retconned in Street Fighter Alpha 2.
- In Street Fighter Alpha 2, Guy was one of the few characters who could perform chain comboes after they were removed.
- Street Fighter Alpha 3 looks and plays great on the Game Boy Advance with very few compromises made for the handheld.
- None of the three Street Fighter III games were able to match the success of the Street Fighter II, Street Fighter Alpha, or Marvel vs.
- Several aspects of his character appearance here saw usage in the Street Fighter Alpha series much like many other characters, but moreso in the Capcom vs.
- Tardy Counters acted much like Alpha Counters from Street Fighter Alpha, allowing a player to immediately counter-attack from a blocking position.
- Tardy Counters acted much like Alpha counters from the Street Fighter Alpha series, allowing a player to immediately counter-attack from a blocking position.
- Street Fighter Alpha 3 was released last summer for the Sony PlayStation, and is now available for the Sega Dreamcast.
- Last but not least is Rose, also from the Street Fighter Alpha series, who is arguably our favorite among the new additions in the home version of the game.
- Cammy appears only in Street Fighter Alpha 2 Gold for the PS1 and Saturn as a secret character, and is only selectable in versus mode.
- Street Fighter Alpha 3 was initially ported in 1998 for the PlayStation.
- Fei Long reappears in the console versions of Street Fighter Alpha 3 (1998).
- Sodom and Rolento are shown in their win pose from Street Fighter Alpha 3 when introduced.
- Sodom would make his first appearance in the Street Fighter series in the original Street Fighter Alpha.
- Two games in the Street Fighter Alpha series would follow before Capcom released a true sequel in 1997.
- This incarnation is known as Shadaloo Cammy and appears in the Street Fighter Alpha series of games, in the Marvel vs.
- Guy is also one of the playable characters representing the Street Fighter Alpha series in Capcom Fighting Evolution.
- Street Fighter Alpha 3 stars 33 characters and is loaded with multiple modes of play, seamless animation and 3 different fighting styles for every character.
- The Street Fighter Alpha series may be a decade old, but its games are still among the best fighters that you'll ever get to play.
- For the PS1 players disappointed that their version of Street Fighter Alpha 2 didn't have Evil Ryu, EX contains his 3-D form as a hidden character.
- It also has an unlockable option to allow the player to play as the Street Fighter Alpha 3 versions of Cody and Guy.
- In one scene, her body and clothing briefly change to match those of Chun-Li from the Street Fighter Alpha series.
- Street Fighter Alpha 2 for CPS2 is a 1996 fighting game originally released for the CPS II arcade hardware by Capcom.
- While this King of Fighters' inspired gameplay is unique to this Capcom title, it doesn't change the fact that this is essentially Street Fighter Alpha.
- Everyone was expecting Capcom to release a sequel to Street Fighter Alpha.
- The original game has only bee replicated in the Playstation 2 version, via Street Fighter Alpha Anthology.
- Street Fighter Alpha 2 features all-new stages, music and endings for some characters (some overlapping with those from the original Alpha).
- That search will begin anew early next year, as today the company announced a February 2006 PSP debut for the series with Street Fighter Alpha 3 Max.
- Street Fighter Alpha 3 Max delivers the same compelling experience that players have come to expect from the series.
- Street Fighter Alpha 3 Max will be a direct conversion of the arcade game it's based on, Street Fighter Alpha 3, with some new tweaks.
- Street Fighter Alpha 3 North American promotional flyer for Street Fighter Alpha 3, depicting character artworks of all the new fighters, including Cammy.
- Even with the power of the PS2, it seems that the response time in a game such as Street Fighter Alpha 3 is better.
- Best compilation of Street Fighter Alpha on the market for PS2. Definately recommended for any Street Fighter fan or fighting game fan for that matter.
- When i heard this collection of Street Fighter Alpha was going to be release to PS2 i was really looking forward to it.
- Moving on from Street Fighter Alpha 2, Alpha 3 maintains the same gameplay, though a few new options bring a lot of variety to the game.
- Additionally, a Super bar has been added to the game (similar to Street Fighter Alpha or King of Fighters).
- The game also includes an arranged version of SFA3 called Hyper Street Fighter Alpha, where many variations of the characters can be played.
- The idea of a Street Fighter 2 PREQUEL was born and here is Street Fighter Alpha.
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