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Here’s The Nintendo Switch Trailer For Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection

Street Fighter fans can celebrate the 30th anniversary of Capcom’s iconic fighting franchise with Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection, which is scheduled to arrive on Nintendo Switch in May. This upcoming release highlights the series’ past in an anthology of 12 classic titles, including the original Street Fighter, Street Fighter II, Street Fighter Alpha 3, Street Fighter III and Street Fighter III: 2nd Impact. To see the Nintendo Switch trailer for Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection, check out the video below:

17 comments

  1. Why they didn’t include the other street fighter games? This isn’t a complete anniversary collection!

      1. Unfortunately I didn’t because has much as I like street fighter, I prefer playing it with friends and cousins. It gets boring playing with the CPU every time.

    1. As a Nintendo PlayStation supporter (Oops… I admit it, I am a Pony in disguise), I respect your decision in buying this title for both of your systems.

  2. It looks like Capcom is capable of putting an entire series into one game, but they seem to be incapable of doing the same for the IPs that everyone want a collection of, like, Viewtiful Joe, MegaMan Zero 1-4-ZX-ZX Advent, Breath of Fire series, MegaMan Legends 1-2, Powerstone 1-2, Rival Schools-Project Justice, The entire CyberBots-Armored Warriors, Final Fight collection, Sengoku Basara series, Onimusha series ect.
    Capcom is one of the worse companies I’ve ever seen, they go out of their way to piss off everyone and only does what people want them to do when they need a quick cash grab.

    1. At least HAMSTER is on the case of bringing Neo*Geo and Nintendo arcade games on the Switch.

      1. How about Punch-Out!! ? I’m sure that HAMSTER will be releasing this Nintendo arcade classic at the Switch eShop later this year.

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