Street Fighter Collection

PSX PlayStation Street Fighter Collection

Double Jewel Case Release

 

Genre: One-on-One Fighting Compilation CDs: 2
Publisher: Capcom Released: October 31, 1998
Developer: Capcom UPC: 0 13388 21024 4
Sony ID: SLUS-00423, 00584 PSRM: 007850, 008600
Players: 1 to 2 Players Memory: 1 Block
Accessories: None
ESRB: Teen Animated Violence
Box Copy:

The Greatest Collection of Fighters has just entered the arena.

We’ve hit you with a Super Combo! 3 monumental releases featuring 27 fighters from the series that defined fighting games. Battle your way through your all time favorite: Super Street Fighter II, Super Street Fighter II Turbo, and the U.S. debut of Street Fighter Alpha 2 Gold, brought home in their true arcade form for the first time.

  • Super Street Fighter II – 16 of the world’s greatest go head-to-head in an epic struggle for supremacy.
  • Street Fighter Alpha 2 Gold – Features new animation, moves and modes of play. Plus – discover the secret code to unlock the first appearance of Cammy in the Alpha series!
  • Super Street Fighter II Turbo – Sharpen your Super Combos to defeat Akuma, the dark warrior.

 

 

Variants

Capcom re-released the collection in the Fighters Edge program – a point redemption program that required players to collect pieces off of the manuals. It didn’t last long but did produce a nice Subset collection. SFC was only worth 15 points.

The FE discs are easy to spot as they have Capcom AND the disc number at the top. The regular discs only have the disc number.

PSX PlaySTation Street Fighter Collection

Fighters Edge Release

 

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Trivia

  • At the time of this and Street Fighter Collection 2’s release, it would be first time in the series’ history that all versions of Street Fighter II were available on one system. The Super NES would miss SSF2 Turbo – the only other American system to come close to a full set.

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