Street Fighter Collection

Street Fighter (Japanese: ストリートファイター, Hepburn: Sutorīto Faitā), commonly abbreviated as SF or スト (Suto), is a fighting video game franchise developed and published by Capcom. The first game in the series was released in 1987, followed by five other main series games, various spin-offs and crossovers and numerous appearances in various other media. Its best-selling 1991 release Street Fighter II is credited with establishing many of the conventions of the one-on-one fighting genre.

Street Fighter is one of highest-grossing video game franchises of all time and serves as one of Capcom's flagship series with total sales of 44 million units worldwide as of December 31, 2019.

 Street Fighter 
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Genre(s) Fighting game
Developer(s) Capcom, Dimps (main series)
Arika (Street Fighter EX series)
Bandai Namco Studios (Warriors League series)
Publisher(s) Capcom
Creator(s) Takashi Nishiyama
Hiroshi Matsumoto
First release Street Fighter
August 30, 1987
Latest release Street Fighter V: Champion Edition
February 15, 2020[1]
Spin-offs Final Fight series, Rival Schools series, crossover games, animated and live-action films and animated series, stage show, traditional games, manga, and comics

 Street Fighter II: The World Warrior
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Japanese arcade brochure featuring the original eight main characters.
Clockwise from top left: E. Honda, Zangief, Ken, Blanka, Dhalsim, Ryu, and Guile. At the center: Chun-Li.
Developer(s) Capcom
Publisher(s) Capcom
Director(s) Hiroshi Matsumoto
Producer(s) Yoshiki Okamoto
Designer(s) Akira Nishitani
Akira Yasuda
Programmer(s) Shinichi Ueyama
Seiji Okada
Yoshihiro Matsui
Motohide Eshiro
Artist(s) Eri Nakamura
Satoru Yamashita
Composer(s) Yoko Shimomura
Isao Abe
Series Street Fighter
Genre(s) Fighting
Mode(s) Up to 2 players simultaneously
Cabinet Upright
Arcade system CP System (CPS-1)
CPU 68000 @ 10 MHz,
Z80 @ 3.579 MHz
Sound YM2151 @ 3.579 MHz,
MSM6295 @ 7.576 MHz
Display Raster,
horizontal orientation,
384×224 resolution,
60 Hz refresh rate,
4096 colors on screen,
65,536 color palette[3]

 Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors' Dreams
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Developer(s) Capcom
Publisher(s) Capcom
PlayStation, Saturn and Game Boy Color
Designer(s) Noritaka Funamizu
Haruo Murata
Hideaki Itsuno
Programmer(s) Chan Cho Choy
Hard Yas
Super Sailor
Artist(s) Konomi
Shibata Kayoko
Akiko Matsunaga
Nakagawa Daisuke
Jun Matsumura
Alien Pole
Composer(s) Isao Abe
Syun Nishigaki
Setsuo Yamamoto
Yuko Takehara
Naoaki Iwami
Naoshi Mizuta
Series Street Fighter
Platform(s) Arcade
Game Boy Color
Sega Saturn
CPS Changer
Java ME
Release Arcade
  • JP: June 5, 1995
  • NA: June 27, 1995
  • AU: July 14, 1995
  • EU: July 27, 1995
  • SA: November 9, 1995
CPS Changer
  • US: July 27, 1995 (Publicity)
  • JP: October 20, 1995
  • JP: December 22, 1995
  • NA: February 7, 1996
  • AU: April 12, 1996
  • EU: May 3, 1996
  • JP: January 26, 1996
  • EU: January 25, 1996
  • NA: June 6, 1996
Game Boy Color
  • EU: December 17, 1999
  • NA: March 24, 2000
  • AU: October 27, 2000
  • JP: March 30, 2001
  • NA: June 14, 1998
Genre(s) Fighting
Mode(s) Up to 2 players simultaneously
Cabinet Upright
Arcade system CPS-2
Display Raster, 384 × 224 pixels (Horizontal),
4096 colors on screen,
16,777,216-colors palette[1]

 Street Fighter EX
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Poster for the arcade version.
Developer(s) Arika
Publisher(s) Capcom
Virgin Interactive (EU)
Designer(s) Junichi Ono
Akira Nishitani
Noritaka Funamizu
Kazuko Kawanaka
Masashi Tanaka
Programmer(s) Hori Takamasa
Hiroyasu Od Hassy
Akira K
Artist(s) Jun Matsumura
Alien Pole
Masaaki Tanaka
Kazuko Kawanaka
Composer(s) Takayuki Aihara
Shinji Hosoe
Ayako Saso
Platform(s) Arcade, PlayStation
Release Arcade
  • JP: November 30, 1996
  • NA: December 19, 1996
  • AS: December 19, 1996
  • EU: December 19, 1996
  • JP: March 3, 1997
  • NA: April 7, 1997
(Plus α)
  • JP: July 17, 1997
  • NA: September 30, 1997
  • EU: November 28, 1997[1]
Genre(s) Fighting
Mode(s) Up to two players simultaneously
Cabinet Upright
Arcade system Sony ZN-1
Display Raster, 640 x 480 pixels (Horizontal), 65536 colors

Street Fighter EX (ストリートファイターEX, Sutorīto Faitā EX) is a 2D head-to-head fighting game with 3D graphics, originally released as a coin-operated arcade game for the Sony ZN hardware in 1996. It is a spin-off of the Street Fighter series co-produced by Capcom with Arika and was the first game in the series to feature 3D polygon graphics. It was followed by an updated arcade version titled Street Fighter EX Plus, as well as a PlayStation-exclusive home console version titled Street Fighter EX Plus α, both released in 1997. A Nintendo 64 version was also announced for release in 1997, but later cancelled.

 Street Fighter III: New Generation 
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European arcade flyer
Developer(s) Capcom
Publisher(s) Arcade
Producer(s) Tomoshi Sadamoto
Designer(s) Yasuhiro Seto
Tomonori Ohmura
Obata Shinichiro
Programmer(s) Kazuhito Nakai
Artist(s) Ball Boy
D Kurita
Composer(s) Hideki Okugawa
Yuki Iwai
Series Street Fighter
Platform(s) Arcade, Dreamcast
Release Arcade
  • JP: February 1997
  • EU: February 4, 1997
  • NA: March 1997[1]
  • JP: December 16, 1999
  • NA: June 19, 2000
  • EU: September 15, 2000
Genre(s) Fighting
Mode(s) Up to 2 players simultaneously
Cabinet Upright
Arcade system CP System III
Display Raster, 384 x 224 (Horizontal),
32,768 colors on screen,
16-million color palette[2]

 Street Fighter IV
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Promotional poster for the original arcade release featuring Ryu, and the game's first four newcomers: Abel, Rufus, Crimson Viper and El Fuerte
Developer(s) Dimps
Publisher(s) Capcom
Director(s) Takashi Tsukamoto
Producer(s) Yoshinori Ono
Designer(s) Hirotoshi Shiozaki
Programmer(s) Ryosuke Nakano
Artist(s) Daigo Ikeno
Composer(s) Hideyuki Fukasawa
Series Street Fighter
Platform(s) Arcade, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows, iOS, Android, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Release Arcade

PlayStation 3, Xbox 360[2]

  • JP: February 12, 2009
  • NA: February 17, 2009
  • EU: February 20, 2009

Microsoft Windows[3]


March 10, 2010[7]
Genre(s) Fighting
Mode(s) Single-player, competitive multiplayer
Cabinet Sit-down
Arcade system Taito Type X2[8]
Taito Type X3 (Ultra)
CPU LGA 775 compatible CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E6400[9][10]
GPU: GeForce 7900 GS[10]
Sound Onboard 7.1ch HD Audio[9]
Display 720p/1080i/1080p 16:9 LCD screen


 Street Fighter V
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Box artwork for the original home console release, depicting Ryu
Publisher(s) Capcom
Director(s) Takayuki Nakayama
Producer(s) Koichi Sugiyama[1]
Artist(s) Toshiyuki Kamei
Series Street Fighter
Engine Unreal Engine 4
Release Original
Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4
  • WW: February 16, 2016
Arcade Edition
Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4
  • WW: January 16, 2018
  • JP: March 14, 2019 (Type Arcade)
Champion Edition
Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4
  • WW: February 14, 2020
Genre(s) Fighting
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer
Arcade system Taito Type X4

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