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Street Fighter Anniversary Collection

Street Fighter Anniversary Collection (PS2) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 2
Genre: Fighting Action
Developer: Capcom
AKA: Hyper Street Fighter 2: The Anniversary Edition (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
08/31/2004
JP
12/18/2003

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Staff Reviews

Street Fighter Anniversary Collection review

Reviewed September 11, 2004

Jason Venter says: "At the end of the day, most everything special is here, but loving the anomaly is like drinking a can of V8 when all you really wanted was celery juice. Instead of selecting the title of the original game you wanted to play, you choose things by picking the ‘mode’ as you choose your character."
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Reader Reviews

Street Fighter Anniversary Collection review

Reviewed August 27, 2004

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