Street Fighter Alpha 2

PSX PlayStation Street Fighter Alpha 2

Jewel Case Release

 

Genre: One-on-One Fighting CDs: 1
Publisher: Capcom Released: November 1st, 1996
Developer: Capcom UPC: 0 13388 21020 6
Sony ID: SLUS-00258 PSRM: 003300
Players: 1 to 2 Players Memory: 2 Blocks
Accessories: None
ESRB: Teen Animated Violence
Box Copy:

Street Fighter Alpha 2 explodes on-screen with lightning-fast gameplay and amazing innovations. Quick move reversals, Alpha Counters and the incredible custom Combo System create a new standard for all games to fight by.

Push your talents to the limit as you discover new hidden moves and reversals for every character. Neutralize opponent’s attacks with high and low Alpha Counters and execute incredible Custom Combos to create your own rapid-fire assault of attacks.

All your favorite warriors are back for more. Previously hidden characters Dan, Akuma and Bison are joined by 5 new fighters: Sakura, Rolento, Gen and classic favorites Dhalsim and Zangief.

  • A precise translation of the #1 arcade blockbuster
  • 18 brutal fighters – the most ever in Street Fighter legend
  • Vibrant character animation and 20 new backgrounds!
  • 3 Modes of Play. Arcade (1 Player), Versus (2 Player), and Training Mode

 

 

Variants

Street Fighter Alpha 2 was re-released under the Fighters Edge program – a points based system where you gained coupon points from your purchases and then used to them to buy things.  Alpha 2 was only worth a measly 10 points. The FE disc has more copyright info on it when it comes to matching cases.

PSX PlayStation Street Fighter Alpha 2

Fighters Edge Release

 

 

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Trivia

  • Japan’s series name for this is Street Fighter Zero.
  • When the Street Fighter Collection was released, it included a special version called Street Fighter Alpha 2 Gold. Among the usual animation and fixes, you could unlock Cammy as a playable character.
  • While a fine game and decent translation, the PlayStation version pales in comparison to the Sega Saturn version, especially in the bells and whistles department.

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