[UPDATE] Street Fighter 30th anniversary collection [switch] £34.99 at Grainger Games
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[UPDATE] Street Fighter 30th anniversary collection [switch] £34.99 at Grainger Games

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Found 8th Mar
Update: new deal following feedback

Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection - for the switch! Overpriced emulation however this is the cheapest price I have seen the pre-order for the switch, to be released on 28th May 2018.

From capcoms own blurb:

This collection includes online-enabled versions of Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting, Super Street Fighter II Turbo, Street Fighter Alpha 3 and Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike. While playing these four titles online, players can recreate the classic arcade gaming experience by battling the CPU whilst waiting for online opponents. Put your skills to the test and climb global leaderboards, one for each online title!

Time to get your fight stick ready for this one!
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It's £35.01 including delivery mate. Still a tad cheaper at Grainger.
BuzzDuraband2 m ago

It's £35.01 including delivery mate. Still a tad cheaper at Grainger.


For 2p I'm just going to leave this one here. I'll update the price though!
Blofse1 m ago

For 2p I'm just going to leave this one here. I'll update the price though!




I've used the delivery minus import tax for the above price. With that included (Play Asia paying it for you) it's £42.36.
BuzzDuraband8 m ago

I've used the delivery minus import tax for the above price. With that … I've used the delivery minus import tax for the above price. With that included (Play Asia paying it for you) it's £42.36.


Right then, how about now? (Edited to granger lol)
It’s not even worth half that asking price, What are they thinking!
Moonwolf19761 h, 30 m ago

It’s not even worth half that asking price, What are they thinking! ( …It’s not even worth half that asking price, What are they thinking!


The original SF 3: Third strike as a physical copy would fetch for atleast £50 on dreamcast. The likes of SF 3: Double impact can normally be double that.

£35 for a collection like this is an absolute steal. Although some of these titles may be easily bought digitally but having them so accessible on one cartridge, including online functionality and not forgetting a few titles coming to the Nintendo platform for the first time, I believe this is a very fair price.

Heat because Street Fighter.
yeah it is a bit pricey isn't it. I might pay this much for say 3 of the Golden Axe games on 1 cart, or 4 Alex Kidd games on a cart, or 3 or 4 of the Double Dragon games on a cart to give a few examples.

This is old stuff, admittedly I did pay about £26 for Wonderboy The Dragon's Trap on cart, but at least you got the original game and new redrawn game with modern re-recorded music, and a music CD too (not actually out yet and still a pre-order).
£25 on PS4/ XBONE not voting either way.
Yes its pricey compare with other formats, yes its pricey for such an old package of games, but its going to be portable street fighter! Plus all the best versions on one package, online too - surely that's worth the money when it's only this price? Maybe it might be even cheaper with the eshop version, but this has resale value retention all over it.
Does that help?
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