Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection Review
No one can honestly say there hasn’t been an impressive plethora of Street Fighter titles over the years. With updates, re-releases, remasters, and so much more, Street Fighter has been a staple of fighting games for ages. To celebrate 30 years in the industry, Capcom has released the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection, including twelve Street Fighter games into one package. For those who remember long nights spent at the arcade or at a friends house trying to master Ryu or Ken, this is going to be an absolute must if not simply for the sheer nostalgia. But what about those who will be experiencing this legacy for the first time? Check out our video review below to see how this daunting collection stacks up on current-gen consoles.
Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is a dream come true for nostalgic fighting game fans. Putting twelve classic titles together in one place, gamers can not only relive truly classic and solid gameplay experiences but its a chance to see the evolution of a series and truly gaming before your eyes. Whether you try your hand at the original Street Fighter or absolutely need to get your hands on 1999’s Street Fighter 3: Third Strike, this collection offers countless hours of nostalgic gameplay coupled with online competitive modes, never before seen artwork, and a Museum Mode to learn all about the series and much more.
If you are a fan of the Street Fighter series than this collection is an absolute must. The hardest decision you have to make is which console to play it on – and we kindly note that attempting to play with the Switch’s Joycons can be incredibly difficult. Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is out now on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch. For more information, check out the game’s official website.