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Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection Coming To Nintendo Switch

Capcom has announced today that the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is coming to the Nintendo Switch. The collection will be available sometime in May and contains 12 iconic Street Fighter titles.

The Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection contains 12 iconic titles in the series that each have their place in Street Fighter history and will be available in May 2018 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC!

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31 comments

  1. Sweet! Umm, that’s great news Capcom.
    ……………now, if you don’t mind. CAN WE GET SOMETHING NEW FOR THE GAWD DAMN SWITCH?!!!
    Like: *Marvel vs Capcom INFINITE, *RESIDENT EVIL 7, an American release of *MONSTER HUNTER XX.

    Oh- Thx for the Megaman love though.

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  2. Awesome! I’ll definitely be getting this, even though Street Fighter II is the only one I ever liked. The only thing I’ve always hated about this series is the art style and exaggerated bodies. This is why when Mortal Kombat came out, it pretty much “FINISHED” the Street Fighter series in my life.

    I SO preffered the digitized fighters. And all of the finishing moves gave the games more to be excited about compared to the fight, knock out, fight, knock out gameplay of Street Fighter II. That got tiresome. It sure would be cool if there was a Mortal Kombat Anniversary Collection. Especially if it featured Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub Zero. Best game EVER!……………………………………………………Okay, that last part was a joke. LOL! I doubt anyone ever called that game great, let alone best game ever.

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  3. Yes! SFIII is on a Nintendo system!

    But do NOT leave Maki, Eagle, and Ingrid in SFA3

    Also, I just hope you can adjust the difficulty settings for each game, because some of these arcade ports (SFA3) are balls hard nasty.

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      1. Well the PSX home port lets you adjust the difficulty setting, much like USFII: TFC and every Street Fighter Game released on a home console.

        But it seems like this trailer is promoting the direct arcade ports (much like Darkstalkers Resurrection).

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  4. I’d imagine they announced this at PSX today then revealed it’s coming to the other platforms when some reporter at PSX asked them if this was a PS4 exclusive.

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    1. Oh and… *facepalms because he totally forgot about PSX this weekend* First I forget about the damn Monster Hunter World Beta Demo being available starting yesterday & now I realize I forgot about this event starting yesterday, too! D:

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      1. Day 1 of PSX was AMAZING… if you hadnt seen any of Sonys events in the last 2 years. Personally Im not not going to bother watching day 2 or 3, im just going to wait till TLoU:pt2 and Days Gone and pack up the PS4. Not gonna bother watching their events anymore.

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  5. More of the same shit we bought 3-4 generations ago and don’t even bother to port Ultra Street Fighter 4 for the Switch?…They’re still not giving us brand new recent games or localize XX, STILL.

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      1. Which, again, speaks in volume on how they actually treat Nintendo platform. They’re idiots for thinking, STILL, that Nintendo isn’t their means to survive.

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  6. I bought the original Street Fighter Alpha on the Super NES a while back, and couldn’t believe how much crap it was (to me). Just goes to show, the original Street Fighter II came out at the right time. Back when I was still easy to impress, and I liked more types of games. If it were to release for the first time in this day and age, I would have never gave it a second look.

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    1. The core SF2 gameplay is superior to a wide variety of fighting games on the market today. Drowning your game in features for casuals that you’ll toy with for a week before getting on with the fighting game don’t make it better.

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  7. It’s a cool collection and while I own everyone of these at least once. It’s the first time SFA3 will be online and that alone is incentive for me to get this. I think it’s only $40 too which is not bad for all those games. SF3 my all time fave SF so I’m happy it’s finally on a Nintendo system as an arcade perfect port.

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  8. this is awesome news, these versions are all far better than the dumbed down casual friendly SF4 & 5 etc… the original SF2/3 games & capcom vs with online multiplayer is about the best streetfighter release news ever on any platform

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  9. All right Capcom, nice job with Mega Man collections, Mega Man X collections and Street Fighter collections. Now where is my Mega Man Legends Collection featuring the all new Mega Man Legends 3 and previously unreleased Mega Man Legends 3 Prototype?

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