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    Street Fighter: Anniversary Collection

    Game » consists of 3 releases. Released Aug 31, 2004

    Street Fighter Anniversary Collection combines SFIII: 3rd Strike and Hyper Street Fighter II: Anniversary Edition onto one disc.

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    Hyper Street Fighter II: The Anniversary Edition

    This special version of Street Fighter II is based on Super Street Fighter II Turbo as you can choose any incarnation of a certain character from the original Street Fighter II, Championship Edition, Hyper Fighting, Super SFII, and Super Turbo. Of course, this applies to whichever game they debuted as for example Cammy is only allowed to use Super or Super Turbo while Sagat cannot use the original since he wasn't playable then. There are certain advantages towards using a certain style like Super Turbo allowing super moves while using pre-Super styles allows more damage and more chances to get an oppoent dizzy. All four Turbo speeds are in this version of Street Fighter II as well as new arranged music for all the stages.

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    Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike

    The third and final installment in the Street Fighter III series of games features several new characters, a wealth of gameplay changes, brand new stages, sound effects and soundtrack. It is often regarded as one of the best 2D fighters ever made and is still very popular in the tournament scene.

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    PS2 / XBOX version differences

    The major difference between the PS2 and XBOX versions is that the PS2 version came out first in August 2004 while the XBOX version came out later in early 2005 with the inclusion of online play for both Hyper Street Fighter II and Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike. Both versions are backwards compatible on their next-gen counterparts.

    Other features

    Another bonus feature for fans of the series is the inclusion of Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie on the disc, but it is an edited version of it.

    Dreamcast/PS2 & Xbox version differences

    The major difference with the Dreamcast/PS2 & Xbox version of Third Strike is the PS2 & Xbox version ran at a higher resolution and gave players the option to switch to the arcade version of the music(arrange).But with some addtions came with some subtractions.Q's strange winning comments from the Dreamcast version wasn't present in the PS2 & Xbox version of the game. Also, in the bonus stages, at the end a horn gets blown. That also wasn't present in the PS2 & Xbox version.


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