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Street Fighter Alpha Anthology

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Street Fighter Alpha Anthology

Also known as: Street Fighter Zero: Fighters' Generation (JP)
Developer: Capcom Production Studio 2
Publisher: Capcom
Platform: PlayStation 2
Released in JP: May 25, 2006
Released in US: June 13, 2006
Released in EU: July 7, 2006


RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.


Street Fighter Alpha Anthology, the second compilation of the Street Fighter series for the PlayStation 2, compiles every Street Fighter Alpha installment in one package (plus Street Fighter Alpha 2 Gold), while also adding in a special surprize... Yes, this compilation includes the super-deformed, kids-oriented Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix as a bonus game!

Regional Differences

Title Screen

Japanese Version American/European Version
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The logo is different for each region on the title screen.

Main Menu

Japanese Version American/European Version
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In the main menu, the Japanese version uses the same illustrations that were used in the sales flyers promoting the original arcade versions, while the Western versions uses the art used for the American flyers. Since Alpha 2 Gold was never released for the arcades in the US, the cover artwork of Street Fighter Collection was used instead. The regional differences between the default games themselves are the same as they were in their original arcade ports.

The Japanese version, differs slightly in its content of games. Japanese versions feature each of the Street Fighter Alpha arcade games, with the Japanese arcade versions of Alpha 2 and Zero 2 Alpha as part of the default lineup. The US version of Street Fighter Alpha 2, as well as Street Fighter Zero 2 Dash (the Japanese version of Alpha 2 Gold) as secret "arranged" versions of Zero 2 and Zero 2 Alpha are featured in the Japanese version due to their additional characters (Evil Ryu in the US Alpha 2 and Cammy in Zero 2 Dash). In the North American and PAL versions, the default versions of Alpha 2 and Alpha 2 Gold are the same as their "arranged" counterparts in the Japanese version.

Character Movelists

Hmmm...
To do:
  • Find and add the character movelists.

The Japanese version of the game includes in-game character movelists which can be brought up by pausing the game.