Street Fighter V: Champion Edition
Fighting 14 February 2020
The new version of the fighting game released in 2016 on PC and PlayStation 4. Street Fighter V: Champion Edition contains almost all of the content that has been released since then. The Japanese company Capcom is responsible for its development.
Street Fighter: 30th Anniversary Collection
Fighting 29 May 2018
A collection of twelve games from the Street Fighter series released on its 30th anniversary. It also includes the so-called museum, in which not only we can listen to all original soundtracks and take a closer look at the cast, but also read design documents and follow the evolution of the franchise throughout the years.
Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition
Fighting 16 January 2018
An expanded version of the fifth entry in the cult series of fighting games developed by Capcom. The title does not introduce major changes to the mechanics known from the original Street Fighter V – the developers focused on creating a complete edition of the game. It features twenty eight characters with unique combat abilities. Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition also features new V-Triggers (special bonuses gained for the V-Gauge, energy received when the character is attacked) and two new gameplay modes: Arcade Mode, inspired by classic Street Fighter games; and Extra Battle, where the player can fight for exclusive clothes in special challenges. Among the novelties there is also the new interface (colors were changed and the menus were refreshed) and additional visual effects during the battles.
Street Fighter IV: Champion Edition
Fighting 12 July 2017
Street Fighter IV: Champion Edition is another version of Street Fighter IV, a console fighting game that debuted in 2009. New version was developed for mobile devices (iOS and Android). It is the third mobile version of the game – the previous ones were Street Fighter IV from 2010 and Street Fighter IV: Volt from 2011. The new edition features improvements and around thirty playable characters. Graphics were improved as well – the character models have more details and the black lines that were present on the sides of the screen were removed. The title also features online multiplayer that the previous versions lacked. The combat system wasn’t changed too much – it is still one of the more advanced fighting games available on mobile devices. The players are using virtual buttons to tap various attacks that can be combined into simple combos and their more advanced versions – super and ultra.
Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers
Fighting 26 May 2017
Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers is a remastered version of the second game from the popular fighting game series, initially released in 1991. It was developed by Capcom and UDON Entertainment. The new edition has received a series of improvements and tweaks. There are two completely new playable characters available: Evil Ryu and Violent Ken. Each of the available fighters has their own story and set of moves, attacks, and combos. The game's visuals were also improved. All textures are now in high resolution, but we can still switch back to the retro-stylized pixel-art visuals if we want to. Though some things were changed and improved, the core of gameplay remains the same. The Versus mode allows us to fight with other players or against A.I. Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers also offers a special game mode where two players face the same A.I. controlled enemy.
Street Fighter V
Fighting 16 February 2016
The fifth major installment in one of the longest-standing and most popular fighting game series, launched by the Capcom company back in 1987. The game offers a new combat system that, while being more complex, is also easier to learn. The system is augmented with three brand new techniques: V-Skills, V-Reversals, and V-Triggers, based on the rechargeable V-Gauge bar. The base game features 16 playable characters, including the greatest legends of the series, and 4 new fighters. More characters, as well as whole lot of extra content can be bought for special virtual currency you earn in the game. Street Fighter V allows for cross-platform competition for owners of PCs and consoles. The game features cel shading graphics, powered by the modern Unreal Engine 4 that allowed for a quality leap in comparison with the previous installments. At the same time the developers managed to retain the series’ characteristic look.
Ultra Street Fighter IV
Fighting 03 June 2014
The most complete version of the popular fighting game Street Fighter IV that received several editions since it debuted in 2009. This time, the developers from Capcom added 6 new arenas and 5 new characters to the already large roster of 39 fighters.
Street Fighter III: Third Strike Online Edition
Fighting 23 August 2011
Street Fighter III: Third Strike Online Edition is a refreshed version of the popular 2D fight enriched with online gameplay mode, new challenges and special graphic filters. The game was prepared by Iron Galaxy studio, and the developers tried to preserve the atmosphere of the original, including the unique soundtrack.
Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition
Fighting 07 June 2011
Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition is an extended version of the popular fight created by Japanese company Capcom. In this edition, the creators decided to introduce four new heroes, as well as numerous improvements in duel mechanics and an extended mode of online struggle. Characteristics of characters have also been modified, thanks to which it was possible to balance the game better.
Super Street Fighter IV
Fighting 27 April 2010
Super Street Fighter IV is an improved version of the 2D fight released in 2009. Developers from Capcom enriched the base game with new characters and introduced a number of changes to the game's balance. All warriors also received two new Combos each, making the duels even more spectacular. The visual setting of the game has also been slightly improved.
Street Fighter IV
Fighting 12 February 2009
Street Fighter IV is the fourth installment of the extremely popular fighting series. The action of the game was set between the events presented in the second and third part of the cycle. Among the 25 warriors in which the player can play, there are both well-known (Ryu, Chun-Li, Ken and others) as well as completely new heroes. Developers from Capcom also decided to return to the roots of the series and although the character models and scenery are made in 3D technology, the action was shown in a characteristic two-dimensional projection.
Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting
Fighting 02 August 2006
Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting is a member of an extremely popular family of two-dimensional fights, which was born in 1987 on arcade machines and then appeared on home computers and consoles. This version is based on Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper Fighting, which offered more dynamic gameplay than its predecessors thanks to the possibility of using Turbo. The new incarnation of the classic position is a combination of proven, high playability and new functionalities.
Street Fighter Alpha Anthology
Fighting 07 July 2006
Street Fighter Alpha Anthology is a special compilation, released eleven years after the release of the first part of the SFA series, presenting events before the start of the memorable Street Fighter II action. We are dealing here with a set of four virtual fights from the Street Fighter Alpha series, supplemented by an interesting bonus element.
Street Fighter Alpha 3 Max
Fighting 07 February 2006
Street Fighter Alpha 3 Max belongs to a popular series of combat games, present on the electronic and entertainment market since the second half of the eighties of the 20th century. This product is an improved version of the item, which appeared in 1998 in salons with arcade machines.
Street Fighter Anniversary Collection
Fighting 31 August 2004
Street Fighter Anniversary Collection is a special set prepared on the occasion of the fifteenth birthday of one of the most popular series of virtual battles, located under the wings of the Far East corporation Capcom. The package consists of two basic elements (i.e. games), complemented by an interesting addition (a full-length animated film from 1994 entitled Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie).
Street Fighter EX2 Plus
Fighting 30 December 1999
The next installment of the Street Fighter EX series, transferring the cult series of brawls to three-dimensional realities. The production develops the mechanics of the predecessor, offering an extensive combat system, over twenty playable characters and attractive visual setting.
Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors' Dreams
Fighting 14 June 1998
Continuation of the famous series of battles by Capcom, realized in a traditional 2D view. This time 10 warriors, including those known from the previous editions of the cycle, as well as completely new ones, compete against each other. The game significantly improved the graphics and introduced several modifications to the combat model, such as the possibility of blocking in the air and special combinations of blows, the so-called Alpha Combos.
Street Fighter Alpha 2
Fighting 12 March 1998
The second installment of the Street Fighter Alpha sub-series, a continuation of Capcom's best-selling series of two-dimensional battles. A gallery of characters known from the first part of the series returns in the game, although there are also a few new ones. The creators also introduced a number of modifications to the combat mechanics known from the original.
Street Fighter Alpha
Fighting 07 February 1996
First since Street Fightera II a completely new version of the popular series of fights by Capcom. Production develops the formula of the predecessor, introducing a number of changes to one-on-one duels between masters of martial arts. The most important thing is to add the ability to block attacks in the air and a three-stage, special bar, which allows you to perform the most powerful attacks and unique counterattacks.