STREET FIGHTER PlayStation Evolution PS1 - PS4


NeoGAFs Kent Brockman

The Game Evolution Presents: Evolution of Street Fighter Games on PlayStation Systems from PS1 to PS4. This video includes the History of the series from 1995 to 2018 including the arcade compilation games and crossover games.

0:06 Street Fighter: The Movie (1995)
0:29 Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors' Dreams (1995)
0:52 Street Fighter Alpha 2 (1996)
1:20 Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo (1996)
1:51 X-Men vs. Street Fighter (1996)
2:10 Marvel Super Heroes Vs. Street Fighter (1997)
2:36 Street Fighter EX Plus Alpha (1997)
3:04 Street Fighter Collection (1997)
3:25 Street Fighter Alpha 3 (1998)
3:51 Street Fighter Collection 2 (1998)
4:15 Street Fighter EX2 Plus (1999)
4:45 Street Fighter EX3 (2000)
5:15 Hyper Street Fighter II: The Anniversary Edition (2003)
5:44 Street Fighter: Anniversary Collection (2004)
6:08 Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike (2004)
6:41 Street Fighter Alpha 3 MAX (2006)
7:17 Street Fighter Alpha Anthology (2006)
7:47 Street Fighter IV (2008)
8:19 Super Street Fighter IV (2010)
9:00 Street Fighter X Tekken (2012)
9:38 Ultra Street Fighter IV (2014)
10:10 Street Fighter V (2016)
10:40 Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection (2018)


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I remembered so many great times I've had over the years from watching this. The music was always amazing throughout as well.
Street Fighter 4 hasn't aged so well graphically though lol.

Naked Lunch

I never equated Street Fighter with Playstation until PS4.
From PS1, 2, and 3 the Playstation usually had the worst version in comparison to other consoles.
The Saturn comparisons in particular were a slaughter and SF4 on PS3 was notorious for input lag.

That said, I still really liked the PS1 version of Alpha 3 back in the day.


Street Fighter EX character design and music are so good, some of the most banger tune in fighting game history !
- With the exception of the Street Fighter EX games (more on this a bit later), everything Street Fighter released for the PS1 was better on Saturn, hands down.
- The versus games, in particular, were hot garbage on the PS1. Unless you chose the same pairs of characters (LOL), the PS1 version had no tag team, which defeats, I don't know... the whole point of those games? And if that wasn't enough, lots of missing animation and other quirks. Just... no.
- Street Fighter Zero: Fighters' Generation (the compilation of Zero games) on the PS2 was actually kind of neat. You could play Zero 1 and 2 using the Zero 3 super system (low button for Level-1, medium button for Level-2, and high button for Level-3) instead of their native and cumbersome format (one button for Level-1, two buttons for Level-2, and all 3 buttons for Level-3). This made Zero 1 and 2 much more enjoyable for me. It also had a "Hyper Street Fighter Zero" which was pretty fun to play (same concept as Hyper Street Fighter II, you could play any version of any character against each other). And it had Pocket Fighter.

Street Fighter EX Plus Alpha has the best soundtrack of any Street Fighter ever made. Yes, that includes the OG Street Fighter II release.
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