best edition of street fighter on dc?

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Re: best edition of street fighter on dc?

Post#11 » Sat Dec 26, 2020 11:28 am

Roareye wrote:You forgot Street Fighter The Movie: The Game ;)

Ahhh! x_X
No one talks about that game. It never existed. :lol:

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Re: best edition of street fighter on dc?

Post#12 » Mon Dec 28, 2020 5:36 pm

1. Street Fighter III: Third Strike
(best technical combat in ANY street fighter game ever, sick OST, sexiest combos and flair)

2. Street Fighter Alpha 3
(Best roster and gameplay for those used to traditional SF2 characters and gameplay but wanting something newer and much prettier, as well as those wanting an updated/more comprehensive alpha 2)

3. Marvel vs. Capcom 2
(Not purely street fighter roster, but gameplay has most of its elements from the street fighter series, just simplified, extended to insane levels, and soaked-in comic book sprite work of the highest order)

4. Street Fighter III: 2nd Impact
(Slightly prettier but less perfected version of Third Strike)

5. Marvel vs. Capcom 1
(CPS-2 game evolving from SF2, but with aforementioned insane comic book sprite work, just a smaller roster. Added bonus: Insane 4p Cross fever mode) [4p simultaneous activated by both players reaching level 3 super and doing fireball back + both HK & HP]


I would say those are the top 5 Street Fighter games on Dreamcast. Note I didn’t include Vampire Chronicle for matching service, because despite being a clear CPS-2 evolution of SF2, it contains zero roster characters from street fighter lol

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Re: best edition of street fighter on dc?

Post#13 » Wed Dec 30, 2020 7:53 pm

AyeYoYoYOOO wrote:1. Street Fighter III: Third Strike
(best technical combat in ANY street fighter game ever, sick OST, sexiest combos and flair)

2. Street Fighter Alpha 3
(Best roster and gameplay for those used to traditional SF2 characters and gameplay but wanting something newer and much prettier, as well as those wanting an updated/more comprehensive alpha 2)

3. Marvel vs. Capcom 2
(Not purely street fighter roster, but gameplay has most of its elements from the street fighter series, just simplified, extended to insane levels, and soaked-in comic book sprite work of the highest order)

4. Street Fighter III: 2nd Impact
(Slightly prettier but less perfected version of Third Strike)

5. Marvel vs. Capcom 1
(CPS-2 game evolving from SF2, but with aforementioned insane comic book sprite work, just a smaller roster. Added bonus: Insane 4p Cross fever mode) [4p simultaneous activated by both players reaching level 3 super and doing fireball back + both HK & HP]


I would say those are the top 5 Street Fighter games on Dreamcast. Note I didn’t include Vampire Chronicle for matching service, because despite being a clear CPS-2 evolution of SF2, it contains zero roster characters from street fighter lol


If we're including crossovers then you can't forget Capcom vs SNK 2!

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Re: best edition of street fighter on dc?

Post#14 » Thu Dec 31, 2020 4:13 am

I always wondered why Street Fighter Zero 3 (aka alpha 3) for matching service is that expensive nowadays..
Rarity or speculation ? Unfortunately the only interest of it (online feature) is pointless today :(

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