Perhaps that was the wrong assumption. I am very tempted, for the sake of Alpha and Third Strike, even though I already have Ultra... @Silly_G Originally training mode wasn't going to be in the game as it wasn't in the arcade version, people complained so Capcom patched a training mode in. The series really hit its stride with 1991's Street Fighter II, and there are five (count 'em) iterations of that game included in this pack. The Switch Pro pad is too awful for me to use for a fighting game, and I refuse to get another fightstick for one game that will die in two weeks. Much like Disney Afternoon Collection and Mega Man Legacy Collection, two other recent Digital Eclipse joints, Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is fat with supplemental material. This collection is a 6/10 to me. I’m a little confused about multiplayer, though. 5.0 out of 5 stars Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection (Nintendo Switch) Reviewed in the United States on July 26, 2019 A great game and it sure does bring back memories. Animal Crossing: New Horizons Island Transfer - How To Mo... New Letter Details Why Donkey Kong 64's Innovative "Stop ... Best Cheap Nintendo Switch Games - Switch eShop Deals (US). Maybe the Switch net code is better than the Xbox One code. You know, the ones that ditched the entire old crew in favor of Alex & friends. The Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection comes with the first Street Fighter game (the original one nobody played), all iterations of Street Fighter II (there are too many of them), all Alpha games, and all of the massively underrated Street Fighter III games. @GrailUK where'd you see the physical for £10 cheaper? How does this "not work well"?Compared to what expected response? This is the definitive fighting game collection. And it wouldn’t be the first time a company announced one thing, and then included secret unlockable stuff anyway. Bought it and I'm really angry right now. This collection is a hefty £44.99 on the UK store, but only $39.99 on the North American eShop. Like local mode, you can create lobbies, but when playing online you can also choose between ranked or casual matches and view global leaderboards. Review: Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection (Nintendo Switch) Review by Matt S. Imagine how you must have felt to be a Street Fighter fan and purchase Ultra Street Fighter 2: The Final Challenge when it launched last year on Nintendo Switch. So console extra features were going to be absent and we knew it. Can’t wait to play!! They work just fine. Because of Street Fighter's importance to the genre, this is like a history lesson in how the one-on-one fighter has evolved over time; from its rather bumbled inception with the original Street Fighter to its break-out moment with the sequel and its slow and steady refinement with the Super, Alpha and Street Fighter III sub-series. A nice collection but a disappointing one at this to me. Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection fits perfectly in the Nintendo Switch’s library. Have Capcom stated when try will have the ridiculous lag and glitching latched out and fixed? Make sure you only hear the necessary clicks and you can identify each click. Then I went online and it went downhill pretty quickly. Parents need to know that Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is a compilation of previously released Street Fighter games from Capcom for the PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and Windows PCs. The problem I have with them is how even on the easiest difficulty the computer seems to be insanely difficult, especially with Super SF2 Turbo which seems to be on some sort of insanity setting. @caniswolfred I know. It's respectful, stylish, and well-presented. The various versions they got of SF2 are faithful to the arcade, but they are nowhere near as good to play as Ultra SF2 (which is a separate game released around the time the Switch launched). @OorWullie Yeah, there is definitely a notable issue with the audio mix. If you can connect it’s easy to pull off with any controller, people moan as they can’t even pull off a tight uppercut or dragon punch. There is no way to dependably release the special moves in a precise manner. Strange how the NL review says it sounds just like it should,it definitely doesn't. The original game isn't great but it is nice how they included it. I was very excited when Capcom announced the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection.Street Fighter II was one of the first video games I've ever played, and I have been a fan of the series for my entire gaming life. You shouldn't feel the edge of the gate, just the click. I'll have to try it out. For transparency, I think a review should state whether the online was available to be reviewed at the time of the review. The Man Behind The Ninja Gaiden Reboot Thinks Ryu Hayabus... Join 1,096,736 people following Nintendo Life: © 2021 Nlife Media, partner of Gamer Network. Missing characters and stages and Juni and juli won't have individual story modes! 1.) They include all versions of SF2 and all of SF3 but no Alpha 2 Gold or Alpha 3 upper? Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection was reviewed on the PlayStation 4 and was provided for review by Capcom. All these design choices were made with games like Street Fighter in mind. Thanks to the tip offs above @TheGameTutor @kobashi100 , I have cancelled my delayed Amazon UK Pre-Order (quoting June 18-26th for estimated delivery) and just walked into Argos and gave them my money. The fact that we have filters is just the icing on the cake. Most of the games in this collection still hold up really well today, and Capcom / Digital Eclipse have done a real solid job in putting this port together. For example, there's a context-sensitive 'Special Moves' section which shows all of the commands for the character you're currently playing as. Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection brings a collection that pleases old fans and shows the series past to a new generation showing perfectly why those games became classics. I'm curious, I have a raphnet SNES to GC adapter and a GC adapter for Wii U. I wonder if I'll be able to play with a wired SNES on the Switch. Was going to get the Switch version but the PS4 pre-order bonus of USF IV giving me nearly the entire collection on one console trumped portability. years since the release of the original arcade game. @Bass_X0 There is a difficulty select though? Don't like it at all - menu structure is a mess... doesn't feel like you are ever playing a complete game. If so, then this isn't going to be your game due to the online play that is spotty at best and non-functional at worst. 'Online Play' is similar in scope to local play, but (you've guessed it) harnesses the reach of the web to offer a never-ending stream of willing opponents. @GameOtaku Because NAOMI hardware emulation is a hell of a lot harder and more system intensive than CPS 1/2/3, and would require developing another emulator for just a single game. Bad lag, missed inputs and constant pausing. I'll will persevere with my HORI Switch Arcade stick and try and play quicker but lighter with inputs. I bit the bullet and had my first try of buying from the us eshop. My first online match was an unplayable lag fest,my second was disconnected before it started and my 3rd has been waiting to start for 3 or 4 minutes. On top of this, at any point during any game you can stab the '+' button and enter a universal menu system, from which you can tweak the look of the game. Can’t wait to finally dig into alpha and 3! Celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the iconic Street Fighter franchise with the ultimate tribute to its arcade legacy in the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection. The collection could see some considerable improvements and the Switch itself brings enough peculiarities that should be considered when buying. I don't see any mention of this in the review. I hope this starts a trend of other classic game series collections. For Street Fighter: 30th Anniversary Collection on the PlayStation 4, GameFAQs has 1 review. Newcomers to the series may well wish to start their journey here, as the 'Super' iterations of Street Fighter II are the most feature-rich and polished. On this occasion you suck!!! This bittersweet reaction also sums up my experience with Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection. I need to get this. The Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is a must-buy fighting game compilation. A worthy celebration of one of the most important franchises in gaming, although by leaving out Street Fighter’s console heritage there are a few gaps in the content. This review doesn't mention online performance. The menu names and navigation is terrible - by the time I got to a fight I didn't really know what mode I was in and didn't feel engaged at all. Welcome to modern gaming non-Nintendo style. Now I have a Wii literally for 3 games. @MartyFlanMJFan It's 44.99 on the eshop! Back to this collection, it also includes the extremely obscure Street Fighter, a half broken first effort that mesmerized me as a kid but shows you how time has changed. Could that not have been elaborated on as to why those options do not "work all that well?" Zero 3 is tremendous, and is alone worth the price of admission. You can bet no one will see me for a while... Great review, @Damo! On the XBox One with a 1.5 Mb/s In connection, 400 kb/s out, it stuters every other frame on the xbox one, but the switch played fine. But when I go into the Nintendo Switch settings everything is OK. It is the most balanced version with the most characters and features, and since I own it, it will also be my go to version for Street Fighter 2. Tweet 0. 1987's Street Fighter kicks off proceedings, and is perhaps the least appealing game in this compendium. This is a real treat for all SF fans! I'm picking this up from my local gaming cafe today. It's good but not good enough, the offline stuffs are disappointing and the online feature isn't satisfying. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Pin it 1. Makes you wonder how the 3DS could run sf4, but apparently the Switch can't? To celebrate, Capcom has released a collection of twelve of the original 2D entries in the series as part of the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection, a frankly staggering number of classic titles to put in one box. So much 3rd strike. Or that's what's coming next year from Capcom. Now you can right hand ANY fight stick, even though most buttons "smile" Maybe in a year they'll make an Ambidextrous fight stick. Otherwise I'm probably too excited for this. I've had maybe 2 or 3 solid matches out of 25ish matches, the rest have been so laggy. I find it weird Capcom overcharged for USF2 but seemingly went under for a collection (depending on who you ask). You can't tweak them like in the ACA games, but they get the job done. I know the reviewer said the scanlines are poorly implemented but I disagree. They definitely should've added SF Alpha 3 Upper, but that's my only gripe going in. I just realized the difference between the price on the eshop and on shelves. I'm no expert, but here it is: The screen size can be toggled between 'Original' (which plays inside a bordered view), 'Full' (which zooms in a little and only uses borders on the left and right sides) and 'Wide' (which clumsily stretches the image to fill a 16:9 display). Capcom are so awful that even THIS of all games has a day one update. Because there is so little travel on the joycon sticks, they're actually pretty great for fighting games. And then there’s Street Fighter III, which comes in three different flavours. With the Switch becoming a system that is getting some really good fighting games, this makes for a perfect addition to that genre library. You can adjust the difficulty however you like and turbo speed for the games that support it before you start the games, and after you start a game you have a range of ways to customize the visuals. How does capcom decide their pricing? @Jazzem Exactly how I felt. With Ultra SF2, I can play my right-hand modded Street Fighter Anniversary PS2 stick through those adapters. Air-blocking also made its debut, but playing the game today, it feels half-finished. Here's a sample: You can also completely disable the border, but we don't know why you'd ever want to, as the artwork (which is specific to the game you're currently playing) is lovely. This too is why I have my Dreamcast still hooked up. The SF3 series is definitely my favorite though. But I have no problems with the timing on MAME. Agreed about loving Alpha 3 and Third Strike. @Jazzem I was wondering the same thing. Trying to press 2 face buttons and a shoulder button simultaneously is no fun! Share 0. Final Sword Returns To The Japanese Switch eShop As A Def... A 'Pro' Switch With More Power Might Not Even Be Fully Ut... Video: 13 Great Wii U Games Still Not on Switch. Celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the iconic Street Fighter franchise with the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Windows PC!This all-in-one package highlights the series’ past in an anthology of 12 classic titles, plus loads of archival documents, music and history. Eagerly awaiting the end of the work day so I can pick this up! @GrailUK For those going digital, it actually works out a chunk cheaper to grab the game from the NA eShop. Mr McFerran, I’d like to have a word with you in my office. Hadouken! 1. Would've been better had they also included the SFIV games as well. You can read detailed biographies for every single character in the series, listen to all of the music contained within each game and even view concept art and design documents for key games (rough artwork from the abandoned late '80s Street Fighter II concept was certainly new to us, and incredibly interesting). Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection contains 12 classic Street Fighter games from the 2D era of the franchise. I've mostly used Ryu,Ken,Akuma,Dhalsim and Blanka. While I have this connection with Street Fighter, it is one that is lost on later generations, those who had too many other options or didn’t quite grow up with local being the only option for multiplayer. It's fascinating as a piece of history, but you won't be spending much time actually playing it. Otherwise, Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection (which is also landing on PC, PS4, and Xbox One today) really is the collection we've been waiting for. 2.) Street Fighter fans should strongly consider getting the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection, but you certainly won’t be engulfing yourself with all twelve games. Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is about as definitive as you can get when it comes to arcade perfect ports of Street Fighter II, Alpha and III. There's no detailed online stats; no win/loss record per character or anything like in previous versions. Needs tweaking with a patch as I can't see an option in-game to raise the music/SFX/menu individually. @dleec8 Your detailed love for SF was warm to read, just like the review! Still a beautifully made game, just not quite as pleasing to listen to and look at as the earlier games in the series. I always wanted to play those games on a Nintendo console, and now I get to, and it is glorious! 'Local Play' allows you to connect to another Switch console for head-to-head challenges, one of which is totally exclusive to the Switch version of Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection. I agree with your thoughts about the original SF3 as well - that is the version of the game I most remember sinking quarters into at my local arcade when it first came out, and the artwork and music in that game is some of my favorite in the entire franchise. Last year's release of Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers was polarizing for owners of the new console hybrid. I'm so confused! Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection (Nintendo Switch) at @Moroboshi876 that's because those are simpletons with complaints. As a Nintendo fan who was acutely aware of the lack of Street Fighter love that Capcom showed us during the N64, Gamecube, Wii, and Wii U eras, this game is like a love letter from Capcom asking for forgiveness for skipping Nintendo consoles when it came to Street Fighter Alpha 3 through Third Strike. Why?! For anyone who has enjoyed the franchise before, it puts a large percentage of the franchise’s highest-quality games in one collection and it’s a great way to catch up and see what all the fuss was about for newcomers. However, the lack of travel on the joycon analog stick makes it better for fighting and arcade games in my opinion because you can get from one extreme to the other 'quickly' and it feels more like a digital joystick. I just didn't like the music nearly as much as the first two SF3 games is all, and it feels like it has the worst backgrounds out of all the SF3 games. Got Third Strike on 360 for example. Kind of torn over this. @dleec8 Aww. But I imagine this would be a must have for fans of the series. I've tried using both my Arcade Stick and my Switch Pro Controller both feel like I'm wrestling with the game to get the moves to register consistently. Most will just blame the stick, but in fact something went wrong on your end. So a lot of it's up to personal preference and what you get used to. A cumbersome menu system might have ruined the whole experience. @LordVal This concerns me, only with online matches? Been playing the game a lot in between sessions of God of War and Detroit: Become Human. In the same year Capcom released Street Fighter III: 2nd Impact - Giant Attack, which made only minor refinements over the original. The first SF3 has the best backgrounds of any Street Fighter game IMO, they are all beautifully detailed with a lot of animation and they change with every round. Limited travel on an analog stick can be a problem with 3D games, as that's what an analog stick is made for. Thankfully, it redeemed itself. @Stocksy Not even sure what you're on about. Overall if I want to play SF2 I am going to stick to Ultra, the pre-Alpha games in this collection feel like they are just there for nostalgic purposes. Roll a dice? On the Pal version of the game, are they still labelled Dash and Hyper Fighting rather than Championship Edition and Turbo? I absolutely love street fighter and have spent a ton of time on SF4 variations and USF2. Thanks Amazon UK. I'll wait for this to drop a bit, but I'll get it. But yeah,it'll be fun to go back and replay some of these games and in SF 3rd Strike's case, I haven't played that in like 15 years or something(rented it on PS2). These are how I reviewed it on , a website for games who have to make due wiht the bandwidth they got. While some of the games included in this compendium are rendered somewhat superfluous by the fact that far superior sequels and updates exist alongside them, Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection remains an utterly essential purchase for any self-respecting fighting game fan. Hopefully the multi-button mapping is added in a future update. Only had the Stick about a week or so. I have been getting my Street Fighter fix from Ultra Street Fighter 2 the past year, and now the release of this game has my fighting game needs on the Switch met for the foreseeable future! 'Offline' is basically the old-school way of playing; you can dive into any one of the games in free play mode, challenge a friend using the same Switch console or hone your skills in the training option. All that said, if you love Street Fighter, you need the 30th Anniversary Collection. Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is the perfect way to celebrate a landmark occasion for the series, the games are as fun as they've always been and the addition of online multiplayer means the collection will keep you coming back for years to come. Generally favorable reviews- based on 86 Ratings, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game - Complete Edition, Preparations to be Together for an Unknown Period of Time. I would have been swung by it being £30 on Amazon but it seems to be over £40 again now. Imagine every game from XMen Child of the Atom right up to Marvel Vs Capcom 2? I can't wait to play SF Alpha 3 & III 3rd Strike again on Nintendo Switch. The World: The Game - Complete Edition - Still The Bob-omb 10 Years On, Door Kickers - A Tough Tactical Take On That Old FPS Trope, Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection Review, Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers. Every once in a while on SFII after I've thrown five or six hadukens in rapid succession it shows that I'm registering all the inputs correctly but no fire ball comes out. The only other point to make is that the experience really benefits from using the right controller; while the Joy-Con are perfectly acceptable when you're hosting impromptu local multiplayer challenges and the Pro Controller's D-Pad is passable, we found the 8bitdo SN30 and SN30 Pro pads to be much better options, and if you have an arcade stick that's compatible with Switch, now is the ideal time to dig it out – this is fighting game nirvana, pure and simple. I build custom arcade cabinets and arcade sticks in my spare time and I tend to use Suzo Happ parts. Factoring in exchange rates, that’s a saving of what, a tenner? I agree, it’s not enough to put me off buying either. Cheers. @Krull this will be sitting right next to USF2 on my shelf... USF2 is where all our local impromptu tournaments always end. But you can play against a friend (on the same Switch) on all games? It's too bad that not all emulated releases were up to that level. Some GREAT games in there but most of them have been re-released in the last generation and I've bought a lot of them. Critic Reviews A storied franchise get it's due with Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection. I enjoyed the couple of fights I had when I was in it but I didn't really wanna do more. Curious. Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection gets that, and gives the series the respect it deserves. Was outside Sainsburys/Argos at 8am to pick this up b4 work. Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is as much a celebration of the series as a reminder of just how far Street Fighter, and really fighting games as a whole, have come. No way to remap button combos or remap the UI frontend button. @Pizzapasta: yes, Blazblue Cross Tag Battle. This content-rich all-in-one package highlights the series' past in an anthology of 12 classic titles with arcade-perfect balancing including the original Street Fighter, Street Fighter II, Street Fighter II: Champion Edition, Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting, Super Street Fighter II, Super Street Fighter II: Turbo, Street Fighter Alpha, Street Fighter Alpha 2, Street Fighter Alpha 3, Street Fighter III, Street Fighter III: 2nd Impact and Street Fighter III: Third Strike. @Megal0maniac You think you’ve got it bad? There are too many fighting games out, and they released the wrong versio of Alpha 3 for me to care. I've got my little external speaker plugged in and it's even pretty low through that when it normally pumps the sounds out. Calling this barebones would be a compliment. Kudos for mentioning Xmen vs SF. In this collection of 12 Street Fighter games, four groundbreaking titles let you hop online and relive the arcade experience through the online Arcade Mode or play with friends. That's an easy way to see if the stick is communicating correctly with the game. You need to push Y on each title to bring up the options where you can adjust difficulty,timer speed and damage level. @smashboy2000 Pssst...Don't forget Juni & Juli.But, they can be unlocked by codes. That's incredibly vague, the visual options are important for re-releases of CRT era games. Like the other folks have said- we need a Capcom Vs anthology. Granted, you'll end up wanting more – it would have been nice to see some of the spin-off titles like X-Men Vs. Street Fighter make the cut, if only as bonus items – but it's not the fault of the game that we're inherently greedy by nature. @MartyFlanMJFan Ikr! Man, that's a dream collection. @OorWullie what! Please note that some external links on this page are affiliate links, which means if you click them and make a purchase we may receive a small percentage of the sale. Played all the early iterations of STREET FIGHTER II in the arcade back in the day and home ports on SNES/MEGA DRIVE but man, I am really struggling to perform special moves on-demand. I always see this comment in reviews for classic games with this option. The original game isn't great but it is nice how they included it. Really nice comprehensive review overall, love the history of the SF games in particular. Very nice job here Capcom keep it up and I hope that we see more old arcade ports like this on the eshop someday soon. The review really should mention this as it's a pretty big issue with the game and it's not my internet as that works fine with games like Rocket League and Splatoon 2. Hit Y and it pulls up a menu. Anyhow, great collection to have for oldies such as myself, but newcomers may e confused what the fuss is all about. Street Fighter the Movie would have been an interesting one. Never mind ☺️. Street Fighter 30th purposes a lot of games, 12, but a very few different game modes to enjoy alone or with friends. Plenty of games in one collection makes it an all-around challenge for tournament players. My heart was warmed playing this game because it's the type of Street Fighter collection I have wanted on a Nintendo console for so long, and now us fans finally get a chance to catch up on what we have been missing. Damien has over a decade of professional writing experience under his belt, as well as a repulsively hairy belly. Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection. I have been eagerly waiting for this game to go live, and have been playing it non-stop since midnight here California time (for about 2 and a half-hours now - time to go to sleep and pick it back up again tomorrow). 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