Fighting Street is a TurboGrafx-CD/PC-Engine CD port of the first game in the Street Fighter franchise. This version was re-released on the Wii's Virtual Console service. During the time of its release in 1988, it was the most arcade-accurate version of Street Fighter available for home systems and the only version of the first Street Fighter game available for home consoles (there was a port of Street Fighter planned for the NES, but it was cancelled). This version has sounds ripped straight from the arcade, including the infamous Street Fighter voices, whose low sample quality in the arcades made them almost inaudible (as well as giving each fighter the same voice on their winning/losing screens), but its soundtrack, due to it being released on the TurboGrafx-CD, is more realistic than the arcade, in fact, it is one of the first video games to have music that sounds like real music, rather than 8-bit or 16-bit chiptune “beep-beep-boop-boops”.
- Fighting Street at Virtual Console Reviews
- Fighting Street at Hudson Soft Virtual Console page (Japan)
|Street Fighter series|
|Main series||Street Fighter|
II (The World Warrior/ GB/ Champion Edition/ Hyper Fighting/ The New Challengers/ Turbo/ Ultra)
Alpha • Alpha 2 • Alpha 3 Upper • Super IV: 3D Edition • 30th Anniversary Collection
|Final Fight series||Final Fight • Final Fight 2 • Mighty Final Fight • Final Fight 3|
|Related||Capcom • Street Fighter 2010: The Final Fight • Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo|
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