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Street Fighter Alpha 3 Upper

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Street Fighter Alpha 3 Upper

Also known as: Street Fighter Alpha 3, Street Fighter Zero 3 Upper (JP)
Developer: Crawfish Interactive
Publisher: Capcom
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Released in JP: September 27, 2002
Released in US: December 12, 2002
Released in EU: November 29, 2002


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Street Fighter Alpha 3 Upper was the first portable version of the game, taking its name from a Japan-only arcade revision. While severely cut-down in content compared to the earlier console versions due to ROM size constraints (as well as the limited buttons of the Game Boy Advance itself), it not only retains the full 35 character roster from prior versions, but also adds in three more fighters taken from Capcom vs. SNK 2 (namely Maki, Yun and Eagle).

Unused text

At offset 0xDFCFC is text for the stage select. Unlike the other ports, this one doesn't have a stage select, and only uses 15 of these stages. The complete list would find use in the Training modes of Street Fighter Alpha 3 Max and Street Fighter Alpha Anthology.

BATTLE4
BATTLE3
BATTLE2
BATTLE1
HAWK
DEEJAY
FEILONG
GUILE
BISON2
BISON1
KARIN 2
KARIN 1
VEGA
CODY
MIKA
BLANKA
HONDA
CAMMY
BALROG
GEN
ZANGIEF
DHALSIM
ROLENTO
SAKURA
DAN
SAGAT
ROSE
BIRDIE
GUY
SODOM
ADON
CHUNLI
CHARLIE
AKUMA 2
AKUMA 1
KEN
RYU 2
RYU 1
RANDOM

At 0xDFE7A is text for an Ending Mode.

ENDING MODE

At 0xDFEBE is text for the World Tour mode. The World Tour mode is absent on this game, rendering this unused.

WORLD TOUR

At 0xE06B4 is placeholder text.

DUMMY

At 0xE06C8.

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