(GBC / Game Boy Color)

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Europe PAL Version

Posted by Dave Frear

An impressive but flawed conversion

In 1995 Capcom decided that, for the time being, there were enough versions of Street Fighter II in the world and so came up with something different. Street Fighter Alpha featured air-blocking, a three-level super combo gauge, counter attacks and a fancy...

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User Comments (5)

pixelman

#1

pixelman said:

Looks pretty good for a GBC game. Looking forward to the inevitable review. :3

StarBoy91

#3

StarBoy91 said:

Crawfish Interactive worked on the Game Boy Color port of Shiny/Virgin's MegaDrive Aladdin. Quite decent, though not as good as the MegaDrive version.
I'm sorry if I went offtopic.

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