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Street Fighter Alpha 3 Max - Sony PSP

by Capcom
Platform : Sony PSP
Rated: Teen
56 customer reviews
Metascore: 80 / 100
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  • Features all Street Fighter Alpha 3 characters, plus 4 new ones - Ingrid from Capcom Fighting Evolution, and Yun, Maki, and Eagle from the GBA port of SFA3
  • Play the original Arcade style, or select all playable characters in VS Mode
  • Master a multitude of new moves, specials, and super combos
  • Select from multiple fighting styles for each character
  • 3-on-3 team battles
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Platform: Sony PSP

Street Fighter Alpha 3 MAX brings all the brawls and action of Street Fighter Alpha 3 to your PSP! All the exciting combat is the same, with all the great Arcade modes and even some never-before-seen characters. Jump into battle and see how you do as a World Warrior!

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Platform: Sony PSP
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  • ASIN: B00005B5RQ
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 4 x 0.8 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 8, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,500 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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37 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Kenny Kenny on March 1, 2006
Platform for Display: Sony PSP
The game is great...good graphics (better than original), little to no loading times, players move almost like the original alpha 3. You will definitely enjoy it if you are a fan of the street fighter series. MAKE SURE you buy directly from Capcom's website because they are giving away a free street fighter game pad that attaches to your PSP D-pad. It is IMPOSSIBLE to play without it. I've been playing street fighter for over 15 years. With the orignal PSP D-pad, I can only get Ken's dragon punch to come out 30% of the time. The analog stick is slightly better, but forget about using it in a crazy combo. It's also super hard to get any of the SUPERS to come out with the original PSP controls. Basically, you'll have a difficult time with anything that involves a diagonal movement. It's very frustrating when you are trying to do a jump-in, but end up jumping straight up in the air instead of up and forward.

I still gave this game 5-stars because it's not Capcom's fault that the PSP D-pad is not made for fighting games. But make sure you get the game pad from Capcom...you will enjoy the game a lot more.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By S. Rhodes VINE VOICE on February 18, 2006
Platform for Display: Sony PSP
Chances are, you've already played Street Fighter Alpha 3 before. And because Street Fighter is such a well known fighting series, rather than pound into you what you probably already know, let's take time to establish what this game does differently than most other fighters. It IS a port, but it's a reworked port. Not just a straight over port.

First of all, there are 40 different characters that you can choose from. This makes Street Fighter Alpha 3 MAX one of the most populated fighting games of all time. Each character also has his or her own backstory and set of dialogue. That alone makes this game a bit more worthwhile than most other games where you basically play through the same story but with a different character. Here, each character has their own unique story.

Characters also fight with three different "isms" if you will. The simple stylings of the x-ixms will remind you of Street Fighter II, while A-isms give you plenty of powerful moves and V-isms let you use custom combos.

The gameplay is about the same as your traditional 2D fighter. They throw in a bit more, though. Such as a guard gauge for players who do nothing but guard, and there are also recovery moves that prevent you from taking more damage than necessary.

It's in the controls however, where I found a bit of a problem. Some moves are harder than they have to be to pull off on the PSP. Perhaps because instead of porting over the exact same controls, they're changed up a little. Some moves require you to press multiple buttons at the same time. This sounds easy and no problem at all, but mix it with the D-Pad and we've got some problems. For the most part, it's easy to adapt to and most people won't have a problem with it.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Zachary S. on February 10, 2006
Platform for Display: Sony PSP
This game is a perfect conversion of Street Fighter Alpha 3's Arcade, Playstaion, and Dreamcast versions, with all of the game modes that were included in all those versions, plus that huge addition of Wi-Fi, the ability to play wirelessly with other PsP wielding players. Not only that, but it includes the huge extra mode that I was personaly surprised at seeing in the Playstation version, World Tour Mode, in which you build up 1 to 9 characters in an RPG style level up system, and customise them with different abilities unlocked along the way. Once the character is to your liking, and saved, you can load them on the character selection screen for use in any mode you can fight in, but, just like in the original home versions, only 6 of the 9 characters can be loaded. On top of having all the original content and some PsP exclusive content, you get 4 PsP exclusive characters as well. Eagle from Street Fighter 1 and Capcom Vs. SNK 2, Maki from Capcom Vs. SNK 2, Yun from Street Fighter 3 and Capcom Vs. SNK 2, and Ingrid from Capcom Fighting Evolution. Considering all the content cramed into this tiny, extraordinary machine, the graphics hold up unbelievably, and the gameplay is even more quick and slick than the Dreamcast Version. In fact, the only flaw I have with this game, is the PsP has only 1 shoulder button on each side, and I never used the L shoulder buttons on the PSX version, but that doesn't change my rating score. Something else cought my attention, as well. When I was watching a clip online, Rolento tagged Vega into the match just like X-men Vs. Street fighter. I have the game, but somehow didn't catch any info on that ability, and I don't know how I missed it.Read more ›
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By K. Bell on August 2, 2008
Platform for Display: Sony PSP
This port of Street Fighter Alpha 3 is a must have addition for Street Fighter fans that have a PSP. The game is responsive but its not as easy to pull of familiar combos. I chalk it up to the some what awkward PSP button layout but you get accustomed to it over time. The only thing to watch out for is a bug in the games inability to recognize free memory over 2GBs. I have a 8GB memory stick (which I also bought on Amazon.com for an awesome price) and all my other PSP games recognize it with no issues. I tried Alpha 3 and it doesn't recognize it. I researched the issue on some online forums and found the solution is to use up the memory to under 2GBs of free space. At that point, the game recognizes and saves data just fine.
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