Difference between revisions of "Street Fighter Alpha 2"

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'''''Street Fighter Alpha 2''''' was a fighting [[video game]] by [[Capcom]], originally released for the [[arcade]] market in 1996.
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'''''Street Fighter Alpha 2''''', known as '''''Street Fighter Zero 2''''' in Japan, was a fighting [[video game]] by [[Capcom]], originally released for the [[arcade]] market in 1996.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:48, 20 May 2020

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Street Fighter Alpha 2
DeveloperCapcom
PublisherCapcom
SystemsArcade, Nintendo Switch, PS1, PS4, Saturn, SNES, Windows, Xbox One
ReleasedArcade JP: February 27, 1996
Arcade Asia: February 27, 1996
Arcade Oceania: February 29, 1996
Arcade EU: February 29, 1996
Arcade NA: March 6, 1996
Arcade SA: May 31, 1996
PS1 JP: August 9, 1996
PS1 NA: September 30, 1996
PS1 AU: October 18, 1996
PS1 EU: December 6, 1996
Saturn JP: September 14, 1996
Saturn NA: September 30, 1996
Saturn EU: November 16, 1996
SNES NA: November 1996
SNES EU: December 19, 1996
SNES JP: December 20, 1996
Windows (standalone) NA: November 1, 1997
Windows (standalone) JP: March 12, 1998
Windows (standalone) EU: 1998
One, PS4, Switch, Win (30th) NA: May 29, 2018
One, PS4, Switch, Win (30th) EU: May 29, 2018
One, PS4, Switch, Win (30th) JP: October 25, 2018
Added to
museum
Switch (30th Anniversary): April 19, 2020

Street Fighter Alpha 2, known as Street Fighter Zero 2 in Japan, was a fighting video game by Capcom, originally released for the arcade market in 1996.