Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection finally dropped today to, mostly, great reviews. The game collects 12 classic games which translates to be about $3.50 per game which is an incredible value. Maybe you might not play each game for 8000 hours but dropping in on a few just to understand the journey the franchise has taken seems more than interesting to me. The 30th Anniversary Collection is now out on PS4, XBox One, Switch and Steam and the Switch and Steam reviews seem a bit mixed. The complaint of the Switch version is that the switch controller doesn't flawlessly execute all of the combos and the PC version is getting swamped with reviews complaining to not support some arcade fight sticks.

When I got the Super Nintendo Classic one part of that I enjoyed was it coming with Street Fighter II Turbo Hyper Fighting which has been fun to play with friends. I'm not amazing but I know a few character combos and can hold my own against low to medium skill players. The 30th Anniversary Collection ports over the games from the arcade versions so if you grew up with the console versions these games are different. Different in this case is good as each arcade version comes with better graphics and sound.

"Polish your skills in Training Mode, test your prowess against other players online, and journey through 30 years of rich history. Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection includes the legendary Street Fighter II, its highly-competitive sequel Street Fighter III: Third Strike, and an exclusive recreation of Super Street Fighter II: The Tournament Battle only for Nintendo Switch. Celebrate the last three decades of Street Fighter with 12 iconic titles on Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection, now available on Nintendo Switch!"

Azurephile   Super Member wrote on 05/30/2018 at 04:13am

Cool! I didn't know it was on Steam, too. Thanks for the info.

jdodson   Admin   Post Author wrote on 05/30/2018 at 04:33am

Yep. Think most game companies realize that releasing things everywhere is a really good idea.

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