Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection  PC £14.06 @ INSTANT GAMING
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Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection  PC £14.06 @ INSTANT GAMING

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Celebrate Street Fighter’s historic legacy with the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection. In this massive collection of 12 Street Fighter titles, perfect arcade balance makes it to consoles and PC for the first time ever. Four groundbreaking titles let you hop online and relive the arcade experience through the online Arcade Mode or play with friends - SFII Hyper Fighting, Super SFII Turbo, SF Alpha 3 and SFIII: Third Strike!
The celebration continues in the Museum, where fans and historians alike can follow the timeline of how Street Fighter has evolved over the past 30 years. Learn more about the Street Fighter cast, view key animation sprites in the character viewer and take a behind-the-scenes look at the design documents that helped solidify the franchise that produced generations of World Warriors!

Release date29 May 2018

Minimum Requirements*

OS:Windows 7 (64-bit Required)Processor:Intel i3 @ 3.0GHz or AMD equivalent.Memory:4 GB RAMGraphics:Intel HD 4440DirectX:Version 11Storage:6 GB available spaceSound Card:DirectX compatible soundcard or onboard chipset

Recommended Requirements*

OS:Windows 10 (64-bit Required)Processor:Intel i3 @ 3.0GHz or AMD equivalent.Memory:8 GB RAMGraphics:Intel HD 4440DirectX:Version 11Storage:6 GB available spaceSound Card:DirectX compatible soundcard or onboard chipset
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Lucifer_UK59 m ago

well over priced for what s essentially free on the internet via …well over priced for what s essentially free on the internet via emulators.....£fiver at best.Pass on this.


I can remember having to pay £60 for street fighter 2 for the Mega drive. If you told me you could get arcade perfect ports for street fighter 2 and everything else on this collection for £14, I would have been amazed.
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Lucifer_UK31 m ago

well over priced for what s essentially free on the internet via …well over priced for what s essentially free on the internet via emulators.....£fiver at best.Pass on this.


Oh dear, if everyone thought the way you do the video game industry would collapse
Lucifer_UK59 m ago

well over priced for what s essentially free on the internet via …well over priced for what s essentially free on the internet via emulators.....£fiver at best.Pass on this.


I can remember having to pay £60 for street fighter 2 for the Mega drive. If you told me you could get arcade perfect ports for street fighter 2 and everything else on this collection for £14, I would have been amazed.
It's a shame they used version 1 ports, instead of the final builds. What was that about?

I'm not sure if my madcatz sf V stick for ps4 will work on my PC.
Lucifer_UK6 h, 46 m ago

well over priced for what s essentially free on the internet via …well over priced for what s essentially free on the internet via emulators.....£fiver at best.Pass on this.


What emulator would you recommend? I'm going to probably buy this on PS4 but wouldn't mind comparing against the roms on PC
Tha_Likely_Lad13 h, 19 m ago

Oh dear, if everyone thought the way you do the video game industry would …Oh dear, if everyone thought the way you do the video game industry would collapse


I don't think the industry would collapse from people refusing to buy ancient games for relatively high prices. You literally can get SF V for £6 and SF IV for £7. Do we really think a bunch of retro games are worth more than more recent titles?
chumpyman8th Aug

I can remember having to pay £60 for street fighter 2 for the Mega drive. …I can remember having to pay £60 for street fighter 2 for the Mega drive. If you told me you could get arcade perfect ports for street fighter 2 and everything else on this collection for £14, I would have been amazed.


Exactly and just because you can play these in a emulator does not mean they are 'free', I believe retro games should be preserved given that original hardware and media will die out and Roms serve that purpose until the industry wakes up and gives us a proper legal channel for this stuff on current platforms, however I also support publishers who allow me to buy said retro content, it is after all their IP at the end of the day and they can do with it what they wish.
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