Capcom’s EX Edition of Marvel Super Heroes Vs Street Fighter comes home to America, but they don’t clearly explain it’s not the same as the arcade.
Street Fighter Collection 2 follows up after the original collection with the original 3 versions of Street Fighter 2, including Turbo Hyper Fighting.
Pocket Fighter is the home version of Super Gem Fighter, an arcade game featuring pint size versions of Capcom fighting game characters.
Capcom’s arcade 3D bash Star Gladiator arrives on the PlayStation in amazing graphics wrapped around easy to access controls and combos.
Capcom and Marvel’s arcade phenom Marvel Super Heroes comes home to the PlayStation and Saturn with surprisingly good results.
Capcom’s first 3D adventure into Street Fighter’s world is a mixed back of interesting game play adaption mixed in with peculiar new character designs.
Street Fighter Collection allows Capcom to finally bring home both versions of Super Street Fighter to one console, along with an upgraded Alpha 2.
Street Fighter Alpha 2 continues Capcom’s Alpha / Zero series, but despite arcade fanfare, the PlayStation release leaves a bit to be desired.
Capcom of America abandons the Sega Saturn 4 Meg Ram Cart in Japan to publish their “EX” Versus Editions on the PlayStation.
Capcom’s Alpha series reaches it’s pinnacle home port with the phenomenal Street Fighter Alpha 3, a conversion that defies logic.