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Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection

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Title Screen

Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection

Also known as: Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection International (JP)
Developer: Digital Eclipse
Publisher: Capcom
Platforms: Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Released internationally: May 29, 2018
Released in JP: October 25, 2018

GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

Released for the series' 30th anniversary, Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection brings together the arcade versions of 12 (13 in the Switch version due to Super Street Fighter II: The Tournament Battle being included) games in the franchise; from the original Street Fighter, up to Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike, as well as having bonus features such as a museum, a music player, character biographies and an interactive timeline. It's release was delayed in Japan to address fan feedback.

To do:
  • Look into the game's .MBUNDLE files for more unused content.
  • More regional and version differences.

Unused Graphics

Unused Used
SF30thACUnusedGreenBelt.png SF30thACUsedGreenBelt.png

This unused green belt icon appears in the game's "bundlemain.mbundle" file, used as a placeholder for the final belt icon graphics until they were created.

Regional Differences

The compilation has some differences of its own between regions, and the regional differences in all of the playable games themselves are the same as they were in their original arcade ports.

Title Screen

International Japan
SF30thAnniversaryCollectiontitlescreen.png SF30thAnniversaryCollectionJPtitle.png

The logo is different for each region on the title screen, and the Japanese version added the copyright text below. This also even applies to certain areas of the game's menus, and the game's logo artwork in the Museum's Interactive Timeline.

Logo Art in Interactive Timeline

International Japan
SF30thACTimelineArtInternational.png SF30thACTimelineArtJP.png

Game Select

The worldwide version features only each game's world versions, while International features the ability to swap between the games' US and Japanese versions, with their logos also being altered.

International Japan