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- Includes 12 arcade classics
- Take four iconic entries online with ranked or casual matches: SFII Hyper Fighting, Super SFII Turbo, SF Alpha 3 and SFIII: 3rd Strike
- Players can utilize save states as they progress through the game offline
- Revisit historic art and explore an interactive timeline of events
- Enjoy the most memorable Street Fighter tracks from the collection in the music player
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Celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the iconic Street Fighter franchise with the ultimate tribute to its arcade legacy in the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection
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4 stars because it being a 30th Anniversary game, they should of added a booklet or a mini poster inside the case to solidify it as a 30th anniversary representation. Just feels so "blah" to open it up and all you see is a disc.
-Cannot set Online preference so there is a chance to play against people with poor connections
-SF Alpha 2 Gold and Alpha 3 Upper (8-10 Console characters depending on the PSP port) are not included which were better ports
-No Online option for Alpha 2
-No Input buttons for 3 Punches and 3 Kicks. I play on a controller and to trigger supers without a dedicated button will be problematic, especially for Alpha 1 and 2
-PS2 SF collections have a better presentation despite not having online and had dip switches that covered may versions of the game (Alpha Anthology)
- Thirs Strike audio feels off. Would like an option that included the arranged music in the ports.
-Training Mode has issues since it was implemented at the last second
-Training mode is available for only 4 games
-No filter options for the sprites so it looks very pixellated on an HD tv. Ports in the previous console generations look smoother.
-Lack of a win screen when fighting an opponent
It's a shame. This could have been the best collection for Street Fighter games. But it has too many elements that feel rushed.
edit: what I wanted was the best versions of each game....like USF2 and the Alpha Versions from the Alpha Anthology for the consoles.