Developer and Publisher Capcom first released their fighting game Street Fighter in the year 1987 and since then it has become one of the most popular fighting genres ever. following the popularity Capcom released many arcade version of the game but with advancement in game development, the retro arcade SF games been buried in history.
Fortunately, Capcom is trying to bring the arcade nostalgia back to the 90s gamers and let the new generation have a taste of the past. the Japanese video game company has announced that they will be releasing Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection which bundles 12 SF games from original to the third strike.
- Street Fighter
- Street Fighter 2
- Street Fighter 2: Champion Edition
- Street Fighter 2: Hyper Fighting
- Super Street Fighter 2
- Super Street Fighter 2: Turbo
- Street Fighter Alpha
- Street Fighter Alpha 2
- Street Fighter Alpha 3
- Street Fighter 3
- Street Fighter 3: 2nd Impact
- Street Fighter 3: Third Strike
Out of the 12 games in the bundle four titles namely Street Fighter 2: Hyper Fighting, Super Street Fighter 2: Turbo, Street Fighter Alpha 3 and Street Fighter 3: Third Strike will come with online and local multiplayer support.
The online play will feature a rewind technology which will provide low latency matches and it will also have an option to adjust your own input latency.
The collection will come with over 60 playable characters and that’s mean you will also be able to play with some of the characters which are not present in modern SF games like Q, Necro, Twelve, Oro and much more.
Apart from the usual gameplay, it will have Museum mode which let you look at the details of the history of through the time. you will be able to see concept arts, pitch documents, character bios and more. also, it will have music player too which will contains tracks of all the 12 games.
Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is scheduled to release in May 2018 for PC, PS 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch and will have a price of $39.99. for more information, you can check out the official website.