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Street Fighter Alpha 3

by Capcom
Platform : PlayStation
Rated: Teen
46 customer reviews
Metascore: 93 / 100
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  • ALL-TIME CLASSIC
  • GREAT FOR ALL AGES
  • SONY PLAYSTATION VERSION
  • GREAT FOR COLLECTORS
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ALL-TIME CLASSIC. FOR SONY PLAYSTATION VIDEO GAME SYSTEM. SUPER FUN. GREAT FOR COLLECTORS. HERE IS SOME INFO ON THE GAME. The third in the Alpha series has a total of 31 fighters, the most in the series so far. New characters include old favorites E. Honda, Blanka, Vega, Cammy, T. Hawk, Dee Jay, Juni and Juli. Some of the newest fighters on the block include a former Final Fight character (Cody, who has been in jail since the last Final Fight game, or so his clothing suggests), Karin Kanzuki and Rainbow Mika. The major difference between this Alpha and the last two are the new play modes World Tour, Arcade, VS, Training and Entry. World Tour - Simply choose your fighter and travel around the world, fighting the home town heroes that you run into. The more fights you win, the stronger you fighter becomes. You can also learn new moves, and there are three levels of Super moves to choose from before you start each round (called Isms). Arcade - A simple conversion of the arcade version. Beat each fighter with your chosen warrior, in three rounds per match (much the same as past versions of Street Fighter) Versus - Two human players battle it out. Training - A good way to learn all the super moves that are available, against a dummy. Entry - If you save your character during the World Tour mode, you can upload him here to use in the other modes in the game (especially handy for Training). Finally, if you complete certain areas of the game three new fighters become available, including another old favourite in Guile, Evil Ryu and Shin Akuma.

From the Manufacturer

Street Fighter Alpha 3...Scores a Triple K.O. The perfect version of the arcade blockbuster! New world tour mode and other enhancements! 3 fighting styles for every character!

Product Details

  • ASIN: B00000J9JI
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: May 5, 1999
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,866 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 2, 1999
If one were stuck with having to make a desert island selection of PSX games (on the unlikely event you were to be stuck on a desert island with only your PSX, a big tv, and all the electricity you'd need), it would be hard not to grab SFA3 as I can think of no other game (even including non-fighting games) that has earned so many hours of replay. Capcom really cleaned up the fighting engine used in alpha2, giving the game a much smoother feel, while also managing to incorporate air combos without making the game feel spastic (it is rather thrilling for instance to be able to knock someone in the air with guile and then immediately hit them again with his blade kick.) Throws have been made more difficult, but since the command is specific, throws are much more precise. Beyond the improved game engine you can now select from three different chracter types called -isms (no, you arn't chosing your character's political affiliation!) Anyone remember slash and bust mode from Samurai Shodown? The three different modes customize your character, Xism being similiar to play in Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo (quite a mouthful), with one big super, no air blocking, but takes and gives out more damage. Aism is standard Alpha fighting mode with multiple super moves, air blocking, etc. while V-ism gives your character a shadow which repeats the attacks of your character (also appearing in SFA2). These are not the only differences between modes though, as most characters actually have one or two different moves in the various modes. Were this not enough, SFA3 has incorporated every character in the SF series so now you can play Honda, Blanka and T-Hawk (should you have the desire to do so.Read more ›
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Curtis M. Hiott on December 16, 2000
Street fighter alpha 3 might be the best street fighter out there to date. It has awesome game modes cool levels and best of all its the never ending fun of a 2d fighter. The graphics are what you would expect froma 3d fighter a little choppy and an occasional glitch or two or maybe an occasional mergence of fighters but all in all its one of my favorite game out there. Ihave been an avis street fighter fan all the way back to the SNES version of street fighter 2 turbo! i would encourage anybody to get street fighter alpha 3 because its fun and hey its down to 20 bucks now!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 16, 1999
This game has all of the classic characters from Super Street Fighter 2 turbo plus all of the characters from Street Fighter Alpha 2 and then more. This game introduces 3 different fighting styles, which make the game an endless challenge to master. A new feature allows you to build your characters strength, then use them in different modes. If you ever want to buy a Street Fighter game, or any fighting game, this should be at the top of your list.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A. Hughes on July 25, 2000
Taking a step away from the numerous (and quite silly) "VS" fighting games that Capcom has cranked out in the last few years, SFA3 is the best Street Fighter to date. With a plethora of characters to choose from, georgous fighting environments, tons of options, and plenty of hidden stuff, this game has almost an infinite amount of replay value. The characters are very well rounded. A lot of detail was applied to the fighting system and each character's unique fighting style. With the lack of chain-combos, large combos take practice to execute, which warms up to experienced vetrans of the series rather than the button-mashing novices. However, a training mode helps new-comers learn the ropes of the game fairly efficiently. The end cinemas, while not CG masterpieces, are way more detailed and entertaining than most aging fighting games. The anime-style characters give the game a more cartoony feel, but makes the game look much better than the previous installments, and is only surpassed by Street Fighter 3. All of this is wrapped into a neat little package of fighting game bliss. With a deep fighting engine, beautiful graphics, and mounds of hidden goodies, this game will keep anyone busy well past the dawn, and is a must have for anyone's videogame collection.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Brian Conner on July 25, 2000
Street fighter alpha 3 is an ok game. Its not as good as the older versions. If you want a great fighting game get tekken3 ehgeriz, or marvel vs street fighter. I still reccomed this game though renting or buying. A problem is each fighter in the game does not have a lot of moves.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By M. Vasiljevic on December 1, 2005
...and I remember when Street Fighter II appeared in Arcades some...uh...was it 15-16 years ago or more? , with cast of INCREDIBLE 8 characters and INCREDIBLE 6 attack buttons. My cousin had to master ALL 8 fighters and asked me 'Which end would u like to see?'

Alpha series brought modernisation AND super-attack option, which you can use when your super meter is up.

Alpha 3 is the best sequel, and don't download ROM for arcade, since PS version has several fighters more than arcade version.

I know this is age of Tekken 5 and Virtua fighter Evolution, but if you can run PS games, BUY SFA 3!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "neomurtle" on August 20, 2001
Street Fighter Alpha 3 is the best Street Fighter experience one can have on the original Playstation. With well over 20 characters selectable from the outset, classic Street Fighter gameplay, and multiple gameplay modes, this is one fighting game worthy of adding to any gamer's library. There are a few faults though. Some animation problems are present here and there (some characters have newly animated moves that don't quite fit with their old set of animation frames), the endings could have had more attention paid to them, and some of the music is rather bland. Also, for those of you who may not know, the Alpha series is supposed to take place between the events of the original Street Fighter and Street Fighter 2. So why are we seeing characters appear that are from the later versions of Street Fighter 2, such as Deejay, Fei Long, T. Hawk and Cammy? Even though Capcom may need to work on the story a bit, it's still nice to see all of the Street Fighters together in one game, so I'm not complaining. Even though there have been countless versions of Street Fighter before it, Street Fighter Alpha 3 proves that you can't beat a classic formula, and that the series is still very enjoyable. Unless you're completely burnt out on 2D fighting games, I recommend picking up Street Fighter Alpha 3 for either Playstation or Dreamcast.
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