Visit our Business Solutions website >>

Street Fighter Anniversary Collection (PS2)

Street Fighter Anniversary Collection (PS2)
alaScore 83

15 reviews

Jul, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 15 reviews of Street Fighter Anniversary Collection (PS2). The average rating for this product is 3.9/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2) for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2) the Street Fighter Anniversary Collection (PS2) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 15 reviews)

Expert Reviews  

User Reviews  

Disclaimer:

Below is a list of reviews for this or similar products. If you think this grouping is wrong please click here to flag.
Read more on our FAQ’s page.
Showing 1 - 10 of 15 Show Reviews: in English

Expert review by : EtDragon (snackbar-games.com)

Street Fighter Anniversary Collection

 

When I was 10 years old, I would go to the arcade in the mall with one dollar in quarters. I would park myself in front of the newest Street Fighter machine and would not leave until that dollar was gone. (I could make those four quarters last until my...

Dec, 2004

Expert review by (gamesradar.com)

Street Fighter Anniversary Collection

 

Here comes a really old challenger! GamesMaster buys itself a great big joystick...

Nov, 2004

Expert review by : StewartS (gameplasma.com)

Street Fighter Anniversary Collection Review

 

A revolution lives again...

One complaint that I do have is that the port of Third Strike feels slim when compared to that of Hyper Street Fighter II. There are no bonus modes, no art galleries, nothing extra at all, really. It�s certainly privilege enough to finally have a PS2...

Nov, 2004

Expert review by : Marcus Lai (gaming-age.com)

Street Fighter Anniversary Collection

 

A collection of older and newer that packs a punch.

Third Impact is one of the most gorgeously animated games and it comes off without a hitch on PS2. The visuals aren't as sharp as the Dreamcast version, but they animate very well and don't look like pixilated sprites that are blown up. The sounds are...

Sep, 2004

Expert review by : Frank Provo (psera.com)

Street Fighter Anniversary Collection

 
Sep, 2004

Expert review by : Brett Elston (mygamer.com)

Street Fighter Anniversary Collection on Playstation 2

 

Collection of Classics

Then Third Strike came along and brought back our Chinese heroine, and perfected the parrying and super arts moves. It was originally released on the Sega Dreamcast, but was obviously dwarfed by Soul Calibur's seemingly unstoppable genre domination....

Sep, 2004

Expert review by : Benjamin Turner (gamespy.com)

Street Fighter Anniversary Collection

 

Two of Capcom's greatest fighters on a single DVD? Living in the future sure is swell!

Two of the best fighters ever for $30; near-perfect gameplay; nearly endless replay value

No online play; HSF2 is a bit rushed; graphics poorly translated

Aug, 2004

Expert review by (armchairempire.com)

Street Fighter Anniversary - Playstation 2 (PS2) Reviews - The Armchair Empire

 

Capcom's been getting generous with the Anniversary Collections lately, with the excellent Mega Man Anniversary Collection, and now the Street Fighter Annivesary Collection. Featuring a specialized version of Street Fighter II, as well as...

Two classic games for $30

Not entirely complete

Expert review by : Mugwai (buttonhole.com.au)

Street Fighter Anniversary Collection. PS2/Xbox Review

 

Hadoken sucka!

The god of the 2D fighting genre has been shining on us often ignored fanboys of late. From out of nowhere we have been blessed with Guilty Gear X2, SNK vs Capcom:Chaos and apparently some new King of the Fighters games are on the way also. Raise your...

Feb, 2005

Consumer review (epinions.com)

Good game.. could be better

 

Maybe I'm just biased after the likes of Tony Hawk ProSkater 3, which undoubtedly this game is often compared to, but I wasn't really all that impressed. The games, other than both being based on skate parks and ramps, essentially have no similarities...

Great graphics, realistic physics

Definitely confusing in career mode

Apr, 2002
1
2