(GBA / Game Boy Advance)

Street Fighter Alpha 3 (GBA / Game Boy Advance)

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Europe PAL Version

Posted by Dave Frear

Street Fighter returns! Bigger and better!

Three years after porting the first Street Fighter Alpha to the Game Boy Color, Crawfish Interactive tried something a bit more ambitious, this time for the more powerful Game Boy Advance. The decision was made to skip Alpha 2 and instead port the third...

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motang

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motang said:

I had this game on my GBA SP and loved it. I do wish DS would have more 2D fighting games.

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