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Street Fighter is a series of fighting games created by Capcom. It begun as an aracade game series, but it expanded on every other media.

Video games

Many video games have been released, but a precise number is difficult to define: many minor games are often not considered part of the Street Fighter series (such as Street Fighter 2010 or X-Men vs. Street Fighter), while some games not titled "Street Fighter" are often included (such as Pocket Fighter) and it's hard to tell when revisions of the main games should be considered remakes and when re-releases of the same game. This list includes every Capcom game titled "Street Fighter", but for these reasons it's arguable. All games, when not specified, are fighting games:

Main games and revisions

  • Street Fighter (August 1987), Arcade. Later released on DOS, Amiga, Commodore 64 and, titled Fighting Street on the TurboGrafx-CD. Fighting Street, was also released for Wii Virtual Console in 2009.
  • Street Fighter II: The World Warrior (March 1991), Arcade. Later released for SNES, IBM PC, Atari ST, Commodore Amiga, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum. Also a Game Boy version was released in 1995, including protraits and moves from subsequent revisions.
    • Street Fighter II′ or Street Fighter II Dash: Champion Edition (April 1992), Arcade. Known as Street Fighter II: Champion Edition outside Japan. Later released on PC Engine, Sharp X68000 and Sega Master System.
    • Street Fighter II′ Turbo or Street Fighter II Dash Turbo: Hyper Fighting (December 1992), Arcade. Known as Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting outside Japan. Later released on SNES (titled Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper Fighting) and on Sega Mega Drive/Genesis (titled Street Fighter II Dash Plus: Champion Edition in Japan and Street Fighter II: Special Champion Edition in North America and Europe).
    • Super Street Fighter II: the New Challengers (September 10, 1993), Arcade. Later released on SNES, Sega Mega Drive, Amiga, FM-Towns PC-DOS and Sharp X68000.
    • Super Street Fighter II X: Grand Master Challenge (February 23, 1994), Arcade. Known outside Japan as Super Street Fighter II Turbo. Later released on Amiga, DOS and 3DO.
      • Super Street Fighter II X for Matching Service (December 22, 2000), Dreamcast.
      • Super Street Fighter II X: Revival (June 13, 2001), Game Boy Advance. Known outside Japan as Super Street Fighter II Turbo Revival.
      • Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix (November 25, 2008), PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Arcade.
    • Hyper Street Fighter II: The Anniversary Edition (December 2003), PlayStation 2, Xbox. Also released in Arcades. The console version also includes Street Fighter III 3rd Strike.
    • Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers (TBA), Nintendo Switch.
  • Street Fighter Zero (June 5, 1995), Arcade. Known as Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors' Dreams outside Japan. Later released on PlayStation, Sega Saturn, CPS Changer, Windows PC and Game Boy Color.
    • Street Fighter Zero 2 (February 27, 1996), Arcade.
      • Street Fighter Alpha 2 (March 6, 1996), Arcade. The international version of Zero 2, is considered a revision since it includes some new characters. Has been released in Japan as Street Fighter Zero 2 Alpha. Later released on PlayStation, Sega Saturn, SNES, Windows, PlayStation Netork and Wii Virtual Console (console versions are called Street Fighter Zero 2 in Japan).
      • Street Fighter Zero 2′ (September 18, 1997), part of Street Fighter Collection for Sega Saturn and PlayStation. Called Street Fighter Alpha 2 Gold in North America.
    • Street Fighter Zero 3 (June 29, 1998), Arcade. Known as Street Fighter Alpha 3 outside Japan.
      • Street Fighter Zero 3 (December 23, 1998), PlayStation, DreamCast, Saturn. Adding many characters, these versions can be considered new revisions.
        • Street Fighter Zero 3: Saikyo-ryu Dojo for Matching Service (February 15, 2001), DreamCast.
      • Street Fighter Zero 3↑ or Street Fighter Zero 3 Upper (2001), Arcade, Game Boy Advance. Called Street Fighter Alpha 3 Upper outside Japan.
      • Street Fighter Zero 3↑↑ or Street Fighter Zero 3 Double Upper (January 19, 2006), PSP. Known as Street Fighter Alpha 3 MAX outside Japan.
    • Hyper Street Fighter Zero (May 25, 2006), part of Street Fighter Zero: Fighters' Generation (Street Fighter Alpha Anthology) for PlayStation 2. Called Hyper Street Fighter Alpha outside Japan.
  • Street Fighter III: New Generation (February 4, 1997), Arcade.
    • Street Fighter III 2nd Impact: Giant Attack (October 30, 1997), Arcade.
    • Street Fighter III 3rd Strike: Fight for the Future (May 12, 1999), Arcade. Later released for PlayStation 2 and DreamCast.
  • Street Fighter IV (July 18, 2008), Arcade.
    • Street Fighter IV (February 12, 2009), PlayStation 3, XBox 360 and, later, Windows. Adding many characters, these versions can be considered new revisions.
    • Super Street Fighter IV (April 27, 2010), PlayStation 3, XBox 360.
      • Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition (December 16, 2010), Arcade.
      • Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition (February 26, 2011), Nintendo 3DS.
    • Ultra Street Fighter IV (April 2014), Arcade, PlayStation 3, XBox 360, PC.
  • Street Fighter V (February 16, 2016), PlayStation 4, PC.

Minor games

  • 2010 Street Fighter (August 8, 1990), Famicom/NES. Released outside Japan as Street Fighter 2010: The Final Fight. It's a platformer game originally intended as unrelated to the Street Fighter series, the American version included references to Street Fighter, making it a sequel.
  • Street Fighter: The Movie (June 1995), Arcade.
    • Street Fighter: Real Battle on Film (August 1995), Sega Saturn, PlayStation. Released outside Japan as Street Fighter: The Movie.
  • Street Fighter II Movie (December 1995), PlayStation, Sega Saturn. An "interactive movie" type of game using clips from Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie.
  • Street Fighter EX (November 30, 1996), Arcade.
    • Street Fighter EX Plus (March 31, 1997), Arcade.
    • Street Fighter EX Plus α or Street Fighter EX Plus Alpha (July 17, 1997), PlayStation.
  • X-Men vs. Street Fighter (September 9, 1996), Arcade. A crossover with the X-Men series, later released for Sega Saturn and PlayStation.
  • Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter (June 18, 1997), Arcade. A crossover with Marvel Super Heroes.
  • Street Fighter EX2 (May 26, 1998), Arcade.
    • Street Fighter EX2 Plus (June 11, 1999), Arcade. Later released for PlayStation.
  • Street Fighter EX3 (March 4, 2000), PlayStation 2.
  • Street Fighter Zero Rapid Battle (2001). Mobile phones.
  • Ryu's Tile Breaker (2001), mobile phone.
  • Sean's Basket (2001), mobile phone.
  • Street Fighter Zero Maximum Blow (2002), Mobile phones.
  • Street Fighter Online: Mouse Generation (July 9, 2008), Online. Servers shut down on August 31, 2008.
  • Street Fighter X Tekken (March 6, 2012), PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows. A Capcom-produced crossover with the Tekken series. Later also released for iOS and PlayStation Vita.
  • Street Fighter X Mega Man (December 17, 2012), PC. A crossover with the Mega Man series, originally a fan-made project, was released officially by Capcom for Mega Man's 25th anniversary.
  • Street Fighter × All Capcom (November 19, 2013), Android and iOS. A RPG card game featuring characters from various franchises.
  • Street Fighter: Puzzle Spirits (December 9, 2014). Android and iOS.
  • Street Fighter Battle Combination (March 30, 2015). Android and iOS.
  • Tekken X Street Fighter (TBA), PlayStation 3, Xbox 360. A Namco-produced crossover with the Tekken series.

Compilations

  • Street Fighter Collection (September 18, 1997), Sega Saturn, PlayStation. Includes Super Street Fighter II, Super Street Fighter II Turbo and the exclusive Street Fighter Alpha 2 Gold.
  • Street Fighter Collection 2 (December 3, 1998), Sega Saturn, PlayStation. Released in Japan as Capcom Generations 5, it includes Street Fighter II, Street Fighter II': Champion Edition and Street Fighter II': Hyper Fighting.
  • Street Fighter III: Double Impact (1999), Dreamcast. Includes Street Fighter III and its revision Street Fighter III: 2nd Impact.
  • Street Fighter Anniversary Collection (August 31, 2004), PlayStation 2, Xbox. Includes Hyper Street Fighter II: The Anniversary Edition and Street Fighter III 3rd Strike - Fight for the Future.
  • Street Fighter Zero: Fighters' Generation (May 25, 2006), PlayStation 2. Released as Street Fighter Alpha Anthology outside Japan, it includes Street Fighter Alpha, Street Fighter Alpha 2, Street Fighter Alpha 3, a modified version of Street Fighter Alpha 2 Gold and Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix, plus the secret Street Fighter Alpha 3 Upper and the unlockable Hyper Street Fighter Alpha. The Japanese version, however is slightly different.

Films

  • Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie (August 8, 1994), known as Street Fighter II: The First Movie in Japan, it's an animated movie based on the games.
  • Street Fighter (December 23, 1994), a live-action movie based on the games.
  • Street Fighter Alpha: The Animation (December 22, 1999), known as Street Fighter Zero: The Animation in Japan, it's an animated movie based on the Street Fighter Alpha (Zero in Japan) games.
  • Street Fighter Alpha: Generations (October 25, 2005), a second animated movie based on Street Fighter Alpha, unrelated to the previous one.
  • Street Fighter IV: The Ties That Bind (February 12, 2009), animated movie featured in a bonus disc in the Collector's Edition of Street Fighter IV for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC.
  • Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li (February 27, 2009), the second live-action movie, it's a totally original story.

TV series

  • Street Fighter II V, a 29 episode anime series originally aired in 1995 from 10 April 10 to November 27.
  • Street Fighter, a 2 season, 26 episode animated series partially based on the first live-action movie, originally aired starting on October 21, 1995, with the last episode airing on May 14, 1997.
  • Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist, a 13 episode live-action web series released on YouTube in May 23, 2014.

Publications

Many Street Fighter comics have been released, with some of them being arguably official, due to different copyright laws around the world. Surely official publications include:

  • Street Fighter (1993), a 3 volume comic by Malibu Comics. Being released before the establishment of many plot elements, it tells an original take on the story.
  • Street Fighter: Ryu (1993-1994), a 3 volume manga called Street Fighter II: Years Of Time outside Japan. A Complete Edition including all three volumes has also been released in Japan.
  • Super Street Fighter II: Cammy Gaiden (1994), a manga based on Super Street Fighter II ith Cammy as the main character.
  • Street Fighter: The Storytelling Game (1994), a role-playing game guide. Five supplements books were later released:
    • Secrets of Shadowloo (1994)
    • Street Fighter Storyteller's Screen (1994)
    • Street Fighter Player's Guide (1994)
    • The Perfect Warrior (1995)
    • Contenders (1995)
  • Street Fighter: The Battle for Shadaloo (1995), a comic book based on the first live action movie.
  • Street Fighter Alpha (1995), a manga based on the Street Fighter Alpha series. Marked the debut of the character Evil Ryu.
  • Street Fighter (June 1995), a manga based on the first live action movie, published on the CoroCoro magazine.
  • Street Fighter: Sakura Ganbaru! (1996-1997), a two volume original manga with Sakura as the main character. Marks the debut of the character Karin, which later appeared in the games Street Fighter Alpha 3 and Street Fighter V, as well as in a few crossover games.
  • Street Fighter III: Ryu Final (1997), a manga based on Street Fighter III.
  • Street Fighter (August 2003–August 2010), a 53 volume comic by UDON that accurately tells the events of most games in the series.

Merchandise

Various sets of action figures were released to promote each game in the series.

In 1994 was also released a Street Fighter II board game by Milton Bradley.

Links to other series

Note: while many fighting videogames were released following the success of Street Fighter II, this is not considered a link to the Street Fighter series unless they feature specific references.

Direction Series Date Description Type


4Arrow L Legendary Wings198708 August 1987A graffiti referencing Legendary Wings appears in Street Fighter; a guest costumed as Michelle Heart from Legendary Wings makes a cameo in Street Fighter Alpha 2.2
4Arrow L Section Z198708 August 1987A graffiti referencing Section Z appears in Street Fighter.2
4Arrow L Hissatsu Buraiken198708 August 1987A graffiti referencing Avengers appears in Street Fighter; Dan's technique "Hisshou Buraiken" may be named after Hissatsu Buraiken.2
4Arrow L Trojan198708 August 1987A graffiti referencing Trojan appears in Street Fighter.2
4Arrow L Commando (Capcom)198708 August 1987A graffiti referencing Commando appears in Street Fighter, and a Senjou no Ookami poster can be seen in the "Urban War Zone" stage from Street Fighter X Tekken2
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Human Killing Machine198903 March 1989Human Killing Machine is an unofficial sequel to home computer versions of Street Fighter.3
5Arrow R Capcom Baseball198910 October 1989One of the players in the "Capcom Games" team is named "Street", after the series.3
4Arrow L Star Wars19900808 August 08, 1990In the Japanese version of Street Fighter 2010 the planets "Dagobah" and "Tatooine" are named after planets from Star Wars.3
5Arrow R Mario199205 May 1992Mario fights some Street Fighter II characters in the comic Super Mario Klemp-Won-Do: Muskeln sind nicht alles!1
4Arrow L Side Arms19920610 June 10, 1992Mobichan from Side Arms appears as the cursor in Super Nintendo versions of Street Fighter games and as a special victory symbol (Victory achieved by an attacking taunt) in Street Fighter Zero 2 Alpha.2
5Arrow R Adventure Quiz19920611 June 11, 1992Adventure Quiz: Capcom World 2 features characters from Street Fighter II. A guest costumed as Pure from Adventure Quiz: Capcom World 2 makes a cameo in Street Fighter Alpha 2.1
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Art of Fighting19920924 September 24, 1992Various characters from Art of Fighting resemble characters from Street Fighter, while the Street Fighter character Dan is a parody of Art of Fighting characters.3
5Arrow R Yu Yu Hakusho19921205 December 05, 1992Characters similar to Street Fighter characters appear in the crowd in Yu Yu Hakusho's episode "The Search Begins".3
5Arrow R Varth199207 July 1992Ryu makes an appearance in the fourth stage and credits roll of Varth: Operation Thunderstorm.1
5Arrow R Tenchi wo Kurau199210 October 1992In the special ending of Tenchi wo Kurau II, the Side Arms Mobilsuits appear dressed as Ryu and Ken and perform their signature moves.1
5Arrow R Chatan Yaraku Yankuu19921201 December 01, 1992Ryu, Ken and Chun Li are default names in the hi-score screen of Chatan Yaraku Yankuu - The Karate Tournament.3
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G.I. Joe1993 1993Duke from G.I. Joe meets the characters from Street Fighter II in the G.I. Joe Street Fighter II toyline commercial. G.I. Joe characters will be in an upcoming comic crossover with Street Fighter.1
5Arrow R City Hunter19930116 January 16, 1993The movie City Hunter features a scene based on Street Fighter II.2
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Breath of Fire19930403 April 03, 1993Chun-Li makes a cameo in Breath of Fire and later with Sakura in Breath of Fire III, while Ryu, Nina, Peco, Teepo and Momo from Breath of Fire III are selectable in Street Fighter × All Capcom and Breath of Fire 6 features special costumes of Ryu, Chun-Li, Guile and Cammy.1
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Final Fight19930522 May 22, 1993Characters from Street Fighter make cameos in various Final Fight games; various Final Fight characters are recurring characters in the Street Fighter series.1
4Arrow L Vulgus19930711 July 11, 1993The Yashichi enemy from Vulgus appears as a cursor in the Super Nintendo version of Street Fighter II Turbo, and Chelsey from Street Fighter x All Capcom wears a Yashichi hairpin.2
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Slam Masters19930713 July 13, 1993The Slam Masters characters King Rasta Mon and Gunloc may be based on Blanka and Guile from Street Fighter; Zangief and Guile are referenced in Slam Masters, while Chun Li, Ryu, and E. Honda make cameos in the audience; Slam Masters characters are referenced and make cameos occasionally in the Street Fighter series.1
5Arrow R Future Cops19930715 July 15, 1993Future Cops is heavily influenced by the Street Fighter series, and at one point one character is seen playing Street Fighter II: Champion Edition at the Arcades.2
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Mega Man19931217 December 17, 1993The Hadouken is unlockable in Mega Man X and some later Mega Man games; Chun-Li makes a cameo appearance in Mega Man 9; Mega Man from the american box art of Mega Man is selectable in PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita versions of Street Fighter X Tekken, while many Mega Man characters appear in Street Fighter × All Capcom and Street Fighter Battle Combination; Street Fighter X Mega Man is a crossover between the two series; The world of Street Fighter is visited in Sonic and Megaman: Worlds Unite Part 8 - Holes in Reality, including appearances of Ryu, Chun-li, Ken, Guile and M.Bison; there also are some other minor references between the two series.1
4Arrow L The Ferret19940101 January 01, 1994The Ferret appears in volume 3 of the Street Fighter comic by Malibu.1
5Arrow R Lemmings1994 1994All New World of Lemmings features a "Hadoken" tool based on the move from the Street Fighter series.3
5Arrow R Killer Instinct (Rare)19941128 November 28, 1994Eyedol's ending in the first Killer Instinct is a parody of Blanka's ending from Street Fighter II.3
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X-Men199412 December 1994Akuma appears as a secret character in X-Men: Children of the Atom; X-Men vs. Street Fighter is a crossover between the two series.1
5Arrow R Galaxy Fight19950124 January 24, 1995Bonus-kun and Rouwe from Galaxy Fight are parodies of Ryu from Street Fighter.3
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Darkstalkers199503 March 1995Blanka from Street Fighter II is referenced in the English version of Felicia's ending from Night Warrior: Darkstalkers' Revenge while characters from Darkstalkers appear in Street Fighter × All Capcom, Street Fighter Puzzle Spirits and Street Fighter Battle Combination; additionally Darkstalkers' Revenge features items from Street Fighter in Hsien-Ko's item toss move, while guests costumed as Morrigan, Felicia, and human versions of Lord Raptor, Hsien-Ko and Mei-Ling make cameos in Street Fighter Alpha 2 and "Street Fighter vs. Darkstalkers" is a comic crossover between both series.1
5Arrow R Ganbare Goemon19951222 December 22, 1995Two robots in Ganbare Goemon Kirakira Dōchū: Boku ga Dancer ni Natta Wake look like Ryu and Guile from Street Fighter II.3
4Arrow L Forgotten Worlds19960227 February 27, 1996Guests costumed as the two unknown soldiers from Forgotten Worlds appear in Street Fighter Alpha 2.2
5Arrow R Father Ted19960329 March 29, 1996The second season episode "Old Grey Whistle Theft" of Father Ted features characters playing Street Fighter II.2
5Arrow R Puzzle Fighter19960531 May 31, 1996Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo features various characters from Street Fighter, while a man can be seen playing the game in the 3rd issue of the Street Fighter Legends: Sakura comic book.1
5Arrow R Alaska19960814 August 14, 1996One of the characters plays the Street Fighter arcade game in the movie "Alaska".2
5Arrow R Savage Dragon19961116 November 16, 1996The Warrior King from the Street Fighter cartoon episode "The Warrior King" appears in the Savage Dragon cartoon episode "Endgame".1
5Arrow R Mortal Kombat19961116 November 16, 1996The Warrior King from the Street Fighter cartoon episode "The Warrior King" appears in the Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm cartoon episode "Ressurection". Additionally, the character Kobra in Mortal Kombat: Deception may be inspired on Ken from Street Fighter; Mortal Kombat Armageddon features various elements from Street Fighter in Kreate a Fighter mode.1
5Arrow R Wing Commander19961116 November 16, 1996The Warrior King from the Street Fighter cartoon episode "The Warrior King" appears in the Wing Commander Academy cartoon episode "Recreation".1
5Arrow R Waku Waku 719961121 November 21, 1996Bonus-kun's moveset in Waku Waku 7 is a parody of Ryu's moveset from Street Fighter.3
4Arrow L Alien199702 February 1997Lynn Kurosawa from Alien vs. Predator makes a background appearance in Ryu's stage in Street Fighter III; additionally a guest costumed as her makes a cameo in Street Fighter Alpha 2, while there's a Street Fighter billboard in Alien vs. Predator.1
4Arrow L Predator199702 February 1997Lynn Kurosawa from Alien vs. Predator makes a background appearance in Ryu's stage in Street Fighter III; additionally a guest costumed as her makes a cameo in Street Fighter Alpha 2, while there's a Street Fighter billboard in Alien vs. Predator.1
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Marvel Super Heroes (Capcom)19970618 June 18, 1997Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter is a crossover between the two series.1
5Arrow R Capcom Sports Club19970722 July 22, 1997The character Li-Li in Capcom Sports Club: Starring Basketball Tennis & Soccer is based on Chun-Li.3
5Arrow R Pocket Fighter199709 September 1997Pocket Fighter features various characters from Street Fighter; Asuka is seen playing the game in Street Fighter Alpha: The Movie.1
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Rival Schools199711 November 1997Sakura from Street Fighter is selectable in all Rival Schools games and Project Justice features a Street Fighter Zero 3 ad in the "Gorin Dome" stage, while Batsu and Akira from Rival Schools are selectable in Street Fighter Online: Mouse Generation, many Rival Schools characters are selectable in Street Fighter × All Capcom and Hinata and Tiffany make a background cameo in Street Fighter V. Rival School characters also appear in the Street Fighter UDON comic book series.1
5Arrow R Fighting Layer1998 1998Fighting Layer features two characters originally from Street Fighter EX.1
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Marvel vs. Capcom19980112 January 12, 1998Various Street Fighter characters are selectable in all Marvel vs. Capcom games; SonSon from Marvel vs. Capcom 2 is selectable in Street Fighter × All Capcom and Ruby Heart is reimagined as new character "Ruby" in the Street Fighter universe via the online Street Fighter V character encyclopedia.1
5Arrow R Dragonseeds19980930 September 30, 1998Having a saved data of Street Fighter EX unlocks the special "Dragon" dragon in Dragonseeds.3
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Capcom Generations19981203 December 03, 1998Capcom Generations 5 has been released as Street Fighter Collection 2 outside Japan.3
5Arrow R Deadpool19990410 April 10, 1999Deadpool #27 features a reference to Street Fighter and the Shoryuken.2
4Arrow L X-Files19990512 May 12, 1999Q's ending in Street Fighter III: Third Strike features references to the X-Files series.3
5Arrow R Fighter Maker19990531 May 31, 1999Skullomania from Street Fighter EX is a premade selectable character in Fighter Maker.1
5Arrow R SNK vs. Capcom19991121 November 21, 1999Various Street Fighter characters are selectable in all SNK vs. Capcom games.1
5Arrow R Gun Survivor20000127 January 27, 2000A Street Fighter poster can be found in Biohazard Gun Survivor.2
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Cannon Spike200010 October 2000Cammy and Charlie from Street Fighter are selectable characters in Cannon Spike, and Vega/Balrog/Claw also appears as boss character "Fallen/Revenger Balrog"; while Simone and Shiba Shintaro were introduced in the Street Fighter universe via the online Street Fighter V character encyclopedia.1
5Arrow R Technictix200101 January 2001Skullomania from Street Fighter EX makes an appearance in Technictix.1
5Arrow R Startling Adventures20010524 May 24, 2001Rainbow Mika from Street Fighter Alpha 3 makes an appearance in Startling Adventures: Kuusou Daibouken X3.1
5Arrow R Taisen Net Gimmick20010628 June 28, 2001Taisen Net Gimmick: Capcom & Psikyo All Stars features characters from the Street Fighter series.1
5Arrow R Technicbeat200206 June 2002A remixed music track from Sreet Fighter EX is featured in Technicbeat.2
5Arrow R Auto Modellista20020822 August 22, 2002Auto Modellista features car decals referencing the Street Fighter series.2
5Arrow R Capcom Arcade2003 2003Street Fighter and Street Fighter II: Champion Edition are included in Capcom Arcade Hits: Volume 1. Street Fighter II, Champion Edition and Turbo are included in Capcom Arcade.2
5Arrow R Poker Fighter2003 2003Poker Fighter features appearances of Chun-Li and Sakura from Street Fighter.1
5Arrow R Capcom Black Jack2003 2003Capcom Black Jack features appearances of Chun-Li from Street Fighter.1
5Arrow R Crimson Tears20040422 April 22, 2004Crimson Tears features unlockable costumes based on Street Fighter characters.2
5Arrow R Doom20040803 August 03, 2004An Arcade parody of Street Fighter Alpha 3 titled "Super Turbo Turkey Puncher 3" can be found and interacted with in Doom 3.3
5Arrow R Scott Pilgrim20040818 August 18, 2004The Scott Pilgrim series features many references to the Street Fighter series.3
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Capcom Fighting200410 October 2004Twelve Street Fighter characters are selectable in Capcom Fighting Evolution; Ingrid is selectable in Street Fighter Alpha 3 MAX and the three original characters from Capcom Fighting All-Stars have been included in the online Street Fighter V character encyclopedia.1
5Arrow R Power Pro Kun Pocket2004122 December 2, 2004Four characters in Power Pro Kun Pocket 7 are named after Ryu, Chun-Li, Sagat and Zangief.3
5Arrow R Hayate no Gotoku!2005 2005Hayate no Gotoku! occasionally features characters based on Street Fighter characters.3
5Arrow R Namco × Capcom20050526 May 26, 2005Namco × Capcom features characters from the Street Fighter series.1
5Arrow R Epic Battles200509 September 2005Epic Battles includes a set of cards based on Street Fighter III.1
5Arrow R Capcom Classics Collection20050927 September 27, 2005Various Street Fighter games are included in the various Capcom Classics Collection titles.2
5Arrow R Avatar (Nick)20051007 October 07, 2005The episode "Bato of the Water Tribe" of Avatar: The Last Airbender features a character likely based on Ryu from Street Fighter.3
5Arrow R Asterix20051016 October 16, 2005In Asterix & Obelix XXL 2: Mission: Las Vegum there's a reference to the Street Fighter series.3
5Arrow R Kappa Mikey20060304 March 04, 2006The episode "Ship of Fools" from Kappa Mikey features characters resembling Zangief and Chun-li from Street Fighter.3
5Arrow R Universal Fighting System200604 April 2006Universal Fighting System includes nine sets of cards based on Street Fighter.1
5Arrow R God Hand20060914 September 14, 2006Some of Gene's moves in God Hand are referencing moves from Street Fighter characters.3
5Arrow R GameCenter CX20061101 November 01, 2006Arino plays the SNES port of Street Fighter II in episode 37 of GameCenter CX, and 2010 Street Fighter in episode 95.2
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Doko Demo Issyo20061111 November 11, 2006Captain Sawada from Street Fighter: The Movie appears in Mainichi Issho, while Toro and Kuro from Doko Demo Issyo are selectable in PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita versions of Street Fighter X Tekken.1
5Arrow R Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles20061216 December 16, 2006The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles episode "The Gaminator" features a character based on Akuma from Street Fighter.2.5
5Arrow R Capcom Girl's Mind Puzzle2007 2007Capcom Girl's Mind Puzzle features appearances of Chun-Li and other Street Fighter girls.1
5Arrow R Lucky Star200748 April 8, 2007Konata explains how she met Tsukasa who was afraid from a foreigner(cameo of Guile) who was just asking for directions2
5Arrow R Bakugan20070705 July 05, 2007The character Chan Lee in Bakugan Battle Brawlers is based on Chun-Li.3
5Arrow R South Park20071024 October 24, 2007In South Park's episode "Imaginationland Episode II" there's a character resembling Akuma.3
5Arrow R The Simpsons20071030 October 30, 2007The Simpsons Game features an enemy based on Ryu from Street Fighter.3
5Arrow R Perfect KO200711 November 2007Chun-Li and Ken are selectable characters in Perfect KO.1
5Arrow R We Love Golf!20071213 December 13, 2007We Love Golf! features alternate outfits for the golfers based on Ken and Chun-Li from Street Fighter II.2
5Arrow R Harvey Birdman20080108 January 08, 2008Several Street Fighter characters appear in the Capcom-published Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law video game.1
5Arrow R Team Fortress20080619 June 19, 2008One of Pyro's taunts isbased on the Hadouken from Street Fighter.3
4Arrow L Flying Fox20080709 July 09, 2008Hu Fei from Flying Fox of Snowy Mountain is selectable in Street Fighter Online: Mouse Generation.1
4Arrow L Sword Stained with Royal Blood20080709 July 09, 2008He Tieshou from Sword Stained with Royal Blood is selectable in Street Fighter Online: Mouse Generation.1
4Arrow L Condor Trilogy20080709 July 09, 2008Mei Chaofeng and Zhou Botong from The Legend of the Condor Heroes are selectable in Street Fighter Online: Mouse Generation.1
4Arrow L The Smiling, Proud Wanderer20080709 July 09, 2008Linghu Chong from The Smiling, Proud Wanderer is selectable in Street Fighter Online: Mouse Generation.1
4Arrow L Cyborg 00920080709 July 09, 2008Cyborgs 004, 005, 006 and 009 from Cyborg 009 are selectable in Street Fighter Online: Mouse Generation.1
4Arrow L Detroit Metal City20080709 July 09, 2008Johannes Krauser II from Detroit Metal City is selectable in Street Fighter Online: Mouse Generation.1
4Arrow L Space Sheriff20080709 July 09, 2008Gavan is selectable in Street Fighter Online: Mouse Generation.1
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194X20080723 July 23, 2008Cammy is featured in artworks for 1942: Joint Strike, while planes from 1942 are selectable in Street Fighter × All Capcom.1
5Arrow R Tatsunoko vs. Capcom200812 December 2008Various Street Fighter characters are selectable in the two Tatsunoko vs. Capcom games.1
5Arrow R LittleBigPlanet20081211 December 11, 2008Outfits based on Street Fighter characters are downloadable in LittleBigPlanet.2
5Arrow R FLOCK!20090407 April 07, 2009Blanka from Street Fighter makes a cameo in FLOCK!1
5Arrow R 3D Dot Game Heroes20091105 November 05, 20093D Dot Game Heroes features two loading screens based on Street Fighter II.3
5Arrow R High Score Girl2010 2010The Street Fighter II arcade game is heavily featured in High Score Girl.2
5Arrow R Angry Video Game Nerd20100106 January 06, 2010The Angry Video Game Nerd reviews Street Fighter 2010, Fighting Street and Street Fighter: The Movie in the episode "Street Fighter 2010"; he also talks about the Tiger LCD version of Street Fighter II in the episode "Tiger Electronic Games".2
5Arrow R Pink Panther20100328 March 28, 2010In the episode "Pinxillated" of the Pink Panther and Pals TV show, there's an arcade game similar to Street Fighter II.2.5
5Arrow R Kinnikuman20100427 April 27, 2010Zangief and El Fuerte's Ultra Combos from Super Street Fighter IV references finishing moves from the Kinnikuman series.3
5Arrow R Super Meat Boy20101020 October 20, 2010The World 1 intro in Super Meat Boy is a parody of the intro from Street Fighter II.3
5Arrow R American Dad!20101107 November 07, 2010Akiko appears dressed as Chun-Li in the American Dad! episode "Best Little Horror House in Langley Falls".2
5Arrow R Nazo Waku Yakata20110804 August 04, 2011M.Bison makes a cameo in Nazo Waku Yakata1
5Arrow R Atop the 4th Wall20111026 October 26, 2011Linkara reviews Street Fighter #1.2
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Asura's Wrath20120221 February 21, 2012Sagat from Street Fighter makes a cameo appearance during Interlude 10 in Asura's Wrath; Chun-li makes a cameo in Interlude 22 and Ryu/Evil Ryu and Akuma/Oni are enemies in DLC content for Asura's Wrath; while Asura, Yasha, Kalrow, Olga, Augus and Mithra are selectable in Street Fighter × All Capcom.1
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Tekken20120306 March 06, 2012Street Fighter X Tekken and Tekken X Street Fighter are crossovers between the two series; Akuma is a selectable character in Tekken 7: Fated Retribution.1
4Arrow L Pac-Man20120306 March 06, 2012Pac-Man is selectable in PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita versions of Street Fighter X Tekken.1
4Arrow L InFamous20120306 March 06, 2012Cole from Infamous is selectable in PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita versions of Street Fighter X Tekken.1
4Arrow L Star Gladiator20120306 March 06, 2012Saturn Dyer from Star Gladiator makes a cameo in Paul Phoenix's artwork from Street Fighter X Tekken, watching him punch an alien.1
5Arrow R Skullgirls20120410 April 10, 2012There are several references to Street Fighter in Skullgirls.3
5Arrow R Dragon's Dogma20120522 May 22, 2012The list of generic monickers in Dragon's Dogma features the names of several Street Fighter characters as possible monickers, while Dragon's Dogma Online features some head gear and hairstyles from the series as accessories, and later Ryu's theme from Street Fighter II as part of a special event.2
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Onimusha20120628 June 28, 2012Onimusha Soul features appearances of Street Fighter characters Ryu, C. Viper, Rose, Cammy, Ibuki, Ingrid, Sakura and Chun-Li, while Samanosuke, Soki, Kaede, Nobunaga Oda and other characters are selectable in Street Fighter × All Capcom; Onimusha: Dawn Of Dreams also features unlockable costumes based on Street Fighter characters.1
5Arrow R Gravity Falls20120914 September 14, 2012The titular video game in the Gravity Falls episode "Fight Fighters" is based on Street Fighter II.3
5Arrow R Project X Zone20121011 October 11, 2012Project X Zone and Project X Zone 2 features characters from the Street Fighter series.1
5Arrow R Minna to Series20121025 October 25, 2012Minna to Capcom All Stars features characters from the Street Fighter series, while Street Fighter X All Capcom is part of both series.1
5Arrow R Wreck-It Ralph20121102 November 02, 2012Wreck-It Ralph features various characters from Street Fighter II.1
5Arrow R The Amazing World of Gumball20121113 November 13, 2012The episode "The Words" of The Amazing World of Gumball features several references to the Street Fighter series.2
5Arrow R Combo Crew20131024 October 24, 2013Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li and Blanka are selectable in Combo Crew.1
4Arrow L Monster Hunter20131119 November 19, 2013Several monsters from Monster Hunter and cats from the MonHan Diary subseries are selectable in Street Fighter × All Capcom; while Monster Hunter Frontier G features downloadable costumes based on Ryu, Chun-Li, Cammy and Ken, Monster Hunter X features Palico armor sets based on Chun-Li and Blanka, Monster Hunter Explorer features costumes of Ryu, Chun-li, Rashid and Karin and a weapon based on M.Bison, and Cammy's codename "Killer Bee" is a title given to the player in Monster Hunter Tri.1
4Arrow L Cyberbots20131119 November 19, 2013A Mecha version of Akuma is selectable in the console versions of Cyberbots, while Jin Saotome, Devilotte, Arieta, Blodia and Riot are selectable in Street Fighter × All Capcom.1
4Arrow L Ghosts 'n Goblins20131119 November 19, 2013Arthur, Red Arremer, Astaroth, Princess Prin-Prin and other Ghosts 'n Goblins characters are selectable in Street Fighter × All Capcom; Arthur and Red Arremer are featured in Street Fighter Battle Combination, a Dai Makaimura poster can be seen in the "Urban War Zone" stage from Street Fighter X Tekken and Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter also features references to Arthur.1
4Arrow L Ace Attorney20131119 November 19, 2013Phoenix Wright, Miles Edgeworth, Franziska von Karma, Maya Fey and other Ace Attorney characters are selectable in Street Fighter × All Capcom.1
4Arrow L Ōkami20131119 November 19, 2013Amaterasu, Issun, Susano, Waka, Oki, Sakuya and Yami from Ōkami are selectable in Street Fighter × All Capcom, while there's a reference to Akuma's "Shun Goku Satsu" in Ōkami.1
4Arrow L SonSon20131119 November 19, 2013Sonson and Tonton are selectable in Street Fighter × All Capcom; a store named "Sonson" also appears in the background of Ryu's and Guy's stages in Street Fighter Zero.1
4Arrow L Lost Planet20131119 November 19, 2013Wayne Holden, PTX-140, a Mountain Pirate and other Lost Planet chracters are selectable in Street Fighter × All Capcom, while "Street Fighter" is one of the unlockable Nom de Guerres in Lost Planet 2.1
4Arrow L Strider20131119 November 19, 2013Strider Hiryu, Strider Hien, Tong Pooh, Solo and Lago are selectable in Street Fighter × All Capcom; additionally a guest costumed as Hiryu makes a cameo in Street Fighter Alpha 2, while one of Hiryu's color alts in the 2014 Strider is inspired by Ibuki from Street Fighter III.1
4Arrow L Viewtiful Joe20131119 November 19, 2013Viewtiful Joe, Sexy Sylvia, Captain Blue, Alastor and Another Joe are selectable in Street Fighter × All Capcom.1
4Arrow L Resident Evil20131119 November 19, 2013Chris, Jill, Wesker and other Resident Evil characters are selectable in Street Fighter × All Capcom and also appear in Street Fighter Battle Combination; additionally a Street Fighter poster can be found in Resident Evil Survivor, while the HD version of Resident Evil 0 features a costume based on Cody from the Street Fighter series.1
4Arrow L Devil May Cry20131119 November 19, 2013Dante, Vergil, Nero, Trish, Lady and Nelo Angelo from Devil May Cry are selectable in Street Fighter × All Capcom.1
4Arrow L Sengoku BASARA20131119 November 19, 2013Date Masamune, Yukimura Sanada and other Sengoku BASARA characters are selectable in Street Fighter × All Capcom; while Sengoku BASARA 4 Sumeragi features a DLC costume pack based on characters from Street Fighter.1
4Arrow L Ghost Trick20131119 November 19, 2013Sissel, Lynne, Cabanela, Kamila, Jeego and Ray from Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective are selectable in Street Fighter × All Capcom.1
4Arrow L Captain Commando20131119 November 19, 2013Captain Commando makes a cameo appearance in the intro of Street Fighter × All Capcom; additionally guests costumed as Captain Commando and Ginzu the Ninja make cameos in Street Fighter Alpha 2 and the moves and combat armor of Crimson Viper from Street Fighter IV are inspired by Captain Commando's.1
4Arrow L Tech Romancer20131119 November 19, 2013G.Kaiser from Tech Romancer makes a cameo appearance in the intro of Street Fighter × All Capcom.1
4Arrow L Quiz Nanairo Dreams20131119 November 19, 2013Saki Omokane from Quiz Nanairo Dreams appears in official art for Street Fighter × All Capcom.3
4Arrow L Steel Battalion20131119 November 19, 2013Steel Battalion was one of the planned series to be featured in Street Fighter × All Capcom.51
4Arrow L Power Stone20131119 November 19, 2013Power Stone was one of the planned series to be featured in Street Fighter × All Capcom.51
4Arrow L Gotcha Force20140313 March 13, 2014Kou, G.Red, Usagi, Kakeru and other Gotcha Force characters are selectable in Street Fighter × All Capcom, while the borg Cyber Hero and Orochi from Gotcha Force feature references to the Street Fighter series1
5Arrow R Hyperdevotion Noire20140529 May 29, 2014Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart features a character called Lee-Fi, that is a parody of Chun-Li.3
5Arrow R Dead Rising20140610 June 10, 2014Super Ultra Dead Rising 3' Arcade Remix Hyper Edition Ex Plus Alpha features Ryu and Chun-Li costumes, along with the actual moves from Street Fighter, and zombie versions of Akuma and M.Bison as bosses; Dead Rising 2 features a Blanka mask and the combo weapons "Roaring Thunder" and "Dragon Punch" reference techniques from Street Fighter, Dead Rising 4 features costumes of several Street Fighter characters, and Frank West from Dead Rising appears in official art for Street Fighter × All Capcom.1
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Kengan Ashura20140808 August 08, 2014Kengan Ashura vs. Street Fighter is a two-part crossover manga between the two series.1
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Eagle Talon20140814 August 14, 2014The mobile game "Waiting Guile: Takareet Fighter II", part of the Eagle Talon series, is a Street Fighter II homage/crossover featuring Guile.1
5Arrow R Yggdrasil Senki20150419 April 19, 2015Street Fighter characters appeared in Yggdrasil Senki as part of a special promotion.1
5Arrow R Gunslinger Stratos20150601 June 01, 2015Several costumes based on Street Fighter characters are featured in Gunslinger Stratos 2 as part of collaboration events.2
5Arrow R Super Smash Bros.20150614 June 14, 2015Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and for 3DS feature Ryu from Street Fighter as a downloadable character, along with his own stage.1
5Arrow R Sonic20150715 July 15, 2015The world of Street Fighter is visited in Sonic and Megaman: Worlds Unite Part 8 - Holes in Reality, including appearances of Ryu, Chun-li, Ken, Guile and M.Bison.1
5Arrow R Monster Strike20150717 July 17, 2015Several Street Fighter characters appeared in Monster Strike as part of a collaboration event, and a second collaboration with Street Fighter V characters in 2016.1
5Arrow R Himouto! Umaru-chan20150807 August 07, 2015Poster on Umaru's wall behind her bed3
5Arrow R Board James20150905 September 05, 2015Board James reviews the Street Fighter II board game in the episode "Video Games!!"2
5Arrow R Regular Show20151029 October 29, 2015In the episode "Terror Tales of the Park V" from Regular Show, Rigby is dressed as M. Bison from Street Fighter, while the episode "Bad Portrait" features references to Street Fighter II.2
5Arrow R Granblue Fantasy20151113 November 13, 2015Costumes and characters from Street Fighter appear in Granblue Fantasy as part of a collaboration event.1
5Arrow R Japan Sumo Derby20151122 November 22, 2015Several Street Fighter characters are selectable in Japan Sumo Derby.1
5Arrow R Blood Brothers20151203 December 03, 2015Street Fighter characters appear in Blood Brothers 2 as part of two special promotions.1
5Arrow R Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir2016117 January 17, 2016There's a reference to Street Fighter in the episode "Le Gamer" of Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir.3
4Arrow L Otoranger20160216 February 16, 2016The logo for the "Fall Superhuman Festival II" and "Fall Superhuman Festival II Dash" events in Otoranger are inspired by Street Fighter II and Street Fighter II Turbo, while a banner in the “Union Station” stage in Street Fighter V features Eisbahn from Otoranger2
4Arrow L Higemaru20160830 August 30, 2016Momotaro, Bows and Captain Beard from Higemaru are reimagined as new characters in the Street Fighter universe via the online Street Fighter V character encyclopedia.3
4Arrow L Three Wonders20160521 May 21, 2016There's a reference to Don't Pull and Three Wonders in the online Street Fighter V character encyclopedia.2
5Arrow R Shadowverse2017 2017Several characters from Street Fighter V are part of a collaboration event in the game Shadowverse.1

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