Street Fighter Alpha 3

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Street Fighter Alpha 3
DeveloperCapcom
PublisherCapcom
SystemsArcade, Dreamcast, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo Switch, PS1, PS2, PS3, PS4, PSP, Saturn, Windows, Xbox One
ReleasedStreet Fighter Alpha 3/Street Fighter Zero 3
Arcade JP: June 29, 1998
Arcade NA: June 29, 1998
Arcade AU: July 10, 1998
Arcade EU: September 4, 1998
PlayStation JP: December 23, 1998
PlayStation NA: April 30, 1999
PlayStation AU: June 18, 1999
PlayStation EU: June 25, 1999
Dreamcast JP: July 8, 1999
Saturn JP: August 6, 1999
Dreamcast NA: May 31, 2000
Dreamcast AU: September 14, 2000
Dreamcast EU: September 29, 2000
PlayStation 2 JP: May 26, 2006
PlayStation 2 EU: July 7, 2006
PlayStation 2 NA: June 13, 2006
PlayStation 2 AU: June 30, 2006
PlayStation 3 NA: October 18, 2011
PlayStation 3 JP: December 3, 2014
Street Fighter Alpha 3 Upper/Zero 3 Upper
Arcade JP: 2001
GBA JP: September 27, 2002
GBA EU: November 29, 2002
GBA NA: December 1, 2002
GBA AU: January 9, 2003
PlayStation 2 JP: May 26, 2006
PlayStation 2 EU: July 7, 2006
PlayStation 2 NA: June 13, 2006
PlayStation 2 AU: June 30, 2006
PSP JP: January 19, 2006
PSP NA: February 7, 2006
PSP AU: February 24, 2006
PSP EU: March 10, 2006
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
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Switch (30th Anniversary): April 19, 2020

Street Fighter Alpha 3, known as Street Fighter Zero 3 in Japan, was a fighting video game by Capcom, originally released for the arcade market in 1998.

It was updated as Street Fighter Zero 3 Upper in arcades in 2001 in Japan. It wasn't released on arcades outside of Japan, but in subsequent console versions outside of Japan, it was released as Street Fighter Alpha 3 Upper.

The console versions have extra characters. The Street Fighter Alpha 3 Upper/Street Fighter Zero 3 Upper update contains most of these characters.