Street Fighter Alpha 3

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Street Fighter Alpha 3
System(s): Sega Saturn, Sega Dreamcast
Publisher: Capcom (Japan, US), Virgin Interactive (Europe)
Developer:
Original system(s): Capcom CPS-2
Sound driver:
Sega Saturn
SCSP (1Track)
Peripherals supported:
Sega Saturn
Extended RAM Cartridge (4MB only),
Sega Dreamcast
Dreamcast Arcade Stick, Jump Pack, Dreamcast Modem, Visual Memory Unit, Dreamcast VGA Box
Genre: Fighting/Taisen Kakutou (対戦格闘)[2][3][4][3], Action[5][6]

















Number of players: 1-2
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Saturn
JP
¥5,8005,800 T-1247G
Sega Rating: All Ages
Sega Saturn
JP
(RAM Pack)
¥7,8007,800 T-1246G
Sega Rating: All Ages
Sega Dreamcast
JP
¥5,800 (6,090)5,800e[3] T-1203M
Sega Rating: All Ages
Sega Dreamcast
JP
(Matching Service)
¥3,800 (3,990)3,800e[7] T-1230M
Sega Rating: All Ages
Sega Dreamcast
US
$44.9944.99[9] T-1203N
ESRB: Teen
Sega Dreamcast
EU
T-7005D-50
ELSPA: 11+ OK
Sega Dreamcast
DE
T-7005D-50
USK: 12
Sega Dreamcast
ES
8,990Ptas8,990[13] T-7005D-50
ELSPA: 11+ OK
Sega Dreamcast
FR
T-7005D-50
SELL: 12+
Sega Dreamcast
UK
£39.9939.99[11][12] T-7005D-50
ELSPA: 11+ OK

Street Fighter Alpha 3, known as Street Fighter Zero 3 (ストリートファイターZERO 3) in Japan and Asia, is a 1998 fighting game by Capcom originally released for Capcom CPS II arcade hardware. It is the third game in the Street Fighter Alpha series, following Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors' Dreams and Street Fighter Alpha 2.

Gameplay

The gameplay system from the previous Alpha games was given a complete overhaul with the addition of three selectable fighting styles, a much larger roster of characters, and for the first time since the original Street Fighter II, new theme music for all the returning characters.

The controls for several actions has been modified from previous Alpha games: the level of a Super Combo move in A-ism is now determined by the strength of the attack button pressed (i.e. Medium Punch or Kick for a Lv. 2 Super Combo), rather than the number of buttons pushed; and throwing is now done by pressing two punch or kick buttons simultaneously.

ISMs

The most obvious change in Street Fighter Alpha 3 is the introduction of three different playing styles known as "ISMs".

  • A-ism (or Z-ism in Zero 3)
The standard playing style. It based on the previous Alpha games, in which the player has a three-level Super Combo gauge with access to various Super Combo moves.
  • X-ism
Simple style based on Super Street Fighter II Turbo (unusually, even localized versions keep the reference to the Japanese title, Super Street Fighter II X), in which the player has a single-level Super Combo gauge and access to a single (but powerful) Super Combo move, though players cannot air-block or use Alpha (Zero) Counters.
  • V-ism (or "variable" style)
It is a unique style that allows the player to perform custom combos similar to Street Fighter Alpha 2. Alpha 3 also introduces a "Guard Power Gauge" which depletes each time the player blocks - if the gauge is completely depleted, then the player will remain vulnerable for an attack.

Characters

  • From Alpha2
    • Ryu
    • Ken
    • Akuma (Gouki)
    • Charlie (Nash)
    • Chun-Li
    • Adon
    • Sodom
    • Guy
    • Birdie
    • Rose
    • M. Bison (Vega)
    • Sagat
    • Dan
    • Sakura
    • Rolento
    • Dhalsim
    • Zangief
    • Gen
  • From Alpha3(Arcade)
    • E. Honda
    • Blanka
    • R. Mika
    • Cody
    • Vega (Balrog)
    • Karin
    • Cammy
    • Balrog (M. Bison)
    • Juli
    • Juni
  • From Alpha3(Consumer)
    • Fei Long
    • Dee Jay
    • T. Hawk
  • From Alpha3(Consumer) Secret Character
    • Evil Ryu
    • Guile
    • EX Balrog (EX M. Bison)
    • Final Bison (Final Vega)
    • Shin Akuma (Shin Gouki)

History

Sequels and re-releases

The game was later remade for Sega NAOMI GD-ROM arcade hardware as Street Fighter Zero 3 Upper.

Versions

Localised names

Also known as
Language Localised Name English Translation
English Street Fighter Alpha 3 Street Fighter Alpha 3
English (US) Street Fighter Alpha 3 Street Fighter Alpha 3
Japanese ストリートファイターZERO 3 Street Fighter Zero 3

Saturn version

A Sega Saturn version of Street Fighter Zero 3 was released in 1999 shortly after the initial Sega Dreamcast version in Japan only. The Saturn port makes use of Capcom's 4-Mega RAM cart and uses all of the features added to the PlayStation version with the exceptions of the polygon usage and the PocketStation mode - that said, the Saturn version uses the extra RAM to include more frames of animation than the PlayStation version. Evil Ryu, Shin Akuma and Guile are immediately selectable. While the World Tour and Survival modes are virtually unchanged from the PlayStation version, Dramatic Battle received major improvements with the addition of Reverse Dramatic Battle and allowing three different characters to be used.

Dreamcast version

The 1999 Dreamcast version, titled Street Fighter Alpha 3: Saikyo Dojo (or Street Fighter Zero 3: Saikyō-ryū Dōjō in Japan), retains all the added features from the PlayStation version of the game, but features a different World Tour mode. An online mode was added that allowed players to display their high scores. In addition, a Saikyo Dojo mode was added which pits a very weak character of the player's choice against two very strong opponents. This Dreamcast port was re-released in Japan in 2001 as Street Fighter Zero 3: Saikyō-ryū Dōjō for Matching Service, which was released as a mail order title via Dreamcast Direct. The Matching Service version differs from the original due to the addition of an Online Versus Mode.

Screenshot

Main article: Street Fighter Alpha 3/Comparisons.

Production credits

Saturn version

Arcade Staff
  • Producer: Noritaka Funamizu
  • Director: Naoto Ohta, Mamoru Ohhashi, Buruma, Ohko Zero5
  • Visual Planner: Haruo Murata
  • Programmer: Cham, Hard.YAS ~?-ISM~, PON, Hyper Shinchan, 24 ~Nishi~, Minomi ~RockMan-ISM~, Reiko Toh, Senor, Knight Rider Giu, Ittetsu
  • Character Design: Akiman, Osusi
  • Title Design: Shoei
  • Object Design: Eri-N, Fujihara, Mizuho, Takemoto, Hitoshi Igarashi, Mizupyon, Kimo Kimo Jinzin, Ball Boy, Yuesuke, D-Kurita, A.Iwasaki, Kaname, Fuzii & Peliko, Chimorin Shogun, Sagata, Ikusan Z, Kitasan, Yu-Ten.Nakano, Tomohiko Ohsumi, Hiro, Rumichan, Reiko Komatsu, Kozuchi Tamura, Youichi Matsuo, Makoto Ishii
  • Scroll Design: Asae Nisituji-Ba, S.Mukai (Jijii), H.Yonezuka, Kohama Ake&Kuro, Y.Tanoue (Tanopu), Ryo Uno, Yoko.Fukumoto, Takako Nakamura, Kazu.T, A.Ohnishi, N.Niiyama, C.Iwai, Sawatch, K.Yamahashi, H.Ohnishi
  • Main Music Compose: Anarchy Takapon
  • Sub Music Compose: Yuki Iwai, Isao Abe, Hideki Okugawa, Tetsuya Shibata
  • Sound Direction: Hiroaki "X68K" Kondo
  • Sound design: Moe.T, Satoshi Ise
  • Voice Actor: Tetsuya Iwanaga, Yuji Ueda, Akiko Kohmoto, Yuko Sasamoto, Masashi Sugawara, Wataru Takagi, Junko Takeuchi, Tomomichi Nishimura, Michiko Neya, Osamu Hosoi, Shinichiro Miki, Yuko Miyamura, Tomoyuki Morikawa, Miho Yamada, Yoshiharu Yamada, Kouichi Yamadera, Jin Yamanoi, Greg Irwin
  • Test Player: Nuki, M.P Oni-Suzuki, Skill Smith-Bug, Skill Smith-TTK, M Kunishige, Miura.F.Katsusuke, Yoshihiro Tomita, Akinori Murata
  • Special Thanks: Sakomizu, Neo_G (Ishizawa), Spp Iorya, Satsuma, Takuya Shiraiwa, Erik Suzuki, Dan Okada, Chris Tang, Miki Takano, Maki Yoshiura, The Edge, Super Sailor, and, All Capcom Staff
  • Market Producer: Kouji Nakajima
  • General Producer: Noritaka Funamizu, Yoshiki Okamoto
  • Presented by: Capcom
Source:
In-game credits[14]
Consumer Staff
  • Producer: Noritaka Funamizu
  • Planner: Ohko 06, Bu Ru Ma
  • Visual Planner: Haruo Murata
  • Programer: Hiro, Chips, Y.Tsunazaki, T J, T.Furuko, M.Nakanowatari, Unamuji, M.Kataoka, T.Ueda, H.Kuramoto, T.Umezu TypeR, A.Kashimoto, Cham-Z, Hard.Yas -Adj-, Reiko Toh, Minomie Mouse, 24., Hyper Shin, K.R.Giu, Senor, Ittetsu
  • Character Design: Wsu, Edayan, Harumaru
  • Object Design: Makoto Ishii, A.Kurihara, H.Fujihara, Mizuho, Mizupyon, Takemoto, Igarashi, Rinboku, Tagirin, Hideya.Takada, SagataKafumi, E-Nakamura, A.Iwasaki, Kimo Kimo, Ball Boy, Fujii & Peliko
  • Scroll Design: H.Yonezuka, H.Ohnishi, Kazu.T, Yoko.Fukumoto, Megumi.N, Akiko.Hongo, Tama, Tokio.N, T.Ishikawa, Asae.Nisituji
  • Music Compose: Anarchy.T, Yuki Iwai, Isao Abe
  • Sound Design: Hiroaki Kondo
  • Voice Actor: Syozo Iizuka, Tetsuya Iwanaga, Yuji Ueda, Yoshitada Ohtsuka, Akiko Kohmoto, Yuko Sasamoto, Masashi Sugawara, Wataru Takagi, Junko Takeuchi, Toshihide Tsuchiya, Kousuke Toriumi, Tomomichi Nishimura, Michiko Neya, Osamu Hosoi, Shin'ichiroh Miki, Yuko Miyamura, Tomoyuki Morikawa, Miho Yamada, Yoshiharu Yamada, Kouichi Yamadera, Jin Yamanoi, Greg Irwin
  • Software Manual Design: A.Iwasaki, M.Toyonaga
  • Test Player: Miura Staroon, Motoyama, Akinori Murata, W.Kusunoki MS, Kazin, Nose
  • IMA ADPCM Algorithm: Copyright 1992 by Stichting Mathematisch Centrum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands All Rights Reserved.
  • Special Thanks: Bamboo, Neo_G (Ishizawa), Naoto Ohta, Sasaki-F, Araki -Tim2, Dezaki-Man2, M.Takemura, Y.Sudo, M.Aoki, K.Kubota, H.Ojima, A.Terada, S.Tanaka, and All Capcom Staff
  • Market Producer: Kouji Nakajima
  • General Producer: Noritaka Funamizu, Yoshiki Okamoto
  • Presented by: Capcom
Source:
In-game credits[15]

Dreamcast version

Arcade Staff
  • Producer: Noritaka Funamizu
  • Director: Naoto Ohta, Mamoru Ohhashi, Buruma, Ohko Zero5
  • Visual Planner: Haruo Murata
  • Programer: Cham, Hard.Yas ~?-ism~, Pon, Hyper Shinchan, 24 ~Nishi~, Minomi ~RockMan-ism~, Reiko Toh, Senor, Knight Rider Giu, Ittetsu
  • Character Design: Akiman, Osusi
  • Title Design: Shoei
  • Object Design: Eri-N, Fujihara, Mizuho, Takemoto, Hitoshi Igarashi, Mizupyon, Kimo Kimo Jinzin, Ball Boy, Yuesuke, D-Kurita, A.Iwasaki, Kaname, Fuzii & Peliko, Chimorin Shogun, Sagata, Ikusan Z, Kitasan, Yu-Ten.Nakano, Tomohiko Ohsumi, Hiro, Rumichan, Reiko Komatsu, Kozuchi Tamura, Youichi Matsuo, Makoto Ishii
  • Scroll Design: Asae Nisituji-Ba, S.Mukai (Jijii), H.Yonezuka, Kohama Akeguro, Y.Tanoue (Tanopu), Ryo Uno, Yoko.Fukumoto, Takako Nakamura, Kazu.T, A.Ohnishi, N.Niiyama, C.Iwai, Sawatch, K.Yamahashi, H.Ohnishi
  • Main Music Compose: Anarchy Takapon
  • Sub Music Compose: Yuki Iwai, Isao Abe, Hideki Okugawa, Tetsuya Shibata
  • Sound Direction: Hiroaki "X68k" Kondo
  • Sound Design: Moe.T, Satoshi Ise
  • Voice Actor: Tetsuya Iwanaga, Yuji Ueda, Akiko Kohmoto, Yuko Sasamoto, Masashi Sugawara, Wataru Takagi, Junko Takeuchi, Tomomichi Nishimura, Michiko Neya, Osamu Hosoi, Shin'ichiroh Miki, Yuko Miyamura, Tomoyuki Morikawa, Miho Yamada, Yoshiharu Yamada, Kouichi Yamadera, Jin Yamanori, Greg Irwin
  • Test Player: Nuki, M.P Oni-Suzuki, Skill Smith‑Bug, Skill Smith‑TTK, M Kunishige, Miura.F.Katsusuke, Yoshihiro Tomita, Akimori Murata
  • Special Thanks: Sakomizu, [email protected] (Ishizawa), Spp Iorya, Satsuma, Takuya Shiraiwa, Erik Suzuki, Dan Okada, Chris Tang, Miki Takano, Maki Yoshiura, The Edge, Super Sailor, and Capcom All Staff
  • Market Producer: Kouji Nakajima
  • General Producer: Noritaka Funamizu, Yoshiki Okamoto
Consumer Staff
  • Producer: Noritaka Funamizu
  • Planner: Bu Ru Ma, To Bu To, Ohko 2800
  • Rescue: Bamboo
  • Visual Planner: Haruo Murata
  • Programer: H.Kuramoto, T.Umezu TypeR, A.Kashimoto, Hiro, Chips, Unamuji, M.Kataoka, Kubori, Y.Tsunazaki, T J, T.Furuko, M.Nakanowatari, T.Ueda, Cham-Z, Hard.Yas -Adj-, Reiko Toh, Minomie Mouse, 24., Hyper Shin, K.R.Giu, Senor, Ittetsu
  • Character Design: Wsu, Edayan, Harumaru
  • Object Design: Makoto Ishii, A.Kurihara, H.Fujihara, Mizuho, Mizupyon, Takemoto, Igarashi, Rinboku, Tagirin, Hideya.Takada, SagataKafumi, E-Nakamura, A.Iwasaki, Kimo Kimo, Ball Boy, Fujii & Peliko
  • Scroll Design: Asae.Nishituji, H.Yonezuka, H.Ohnishi, Kazu.T, Yoko.Fukumoto, Megumi.N, Akiko.Hongo, Tama, Tokio.N, T.Ishikawa
  • Music Compose: Anarchy.T, Yuki Iwai, Isao Abe
  • Sound Design: Hiroaki Kondo
  • Voice Actor: Syozo Iizuka, Tetsuya Iwanaga, Yuji Ueda, Yoshitada Ohtsuka, Akiko Kohmoto, Yuko Sasamoto, Masashi Sugawara, Wataru Takagi, Junko Takeuchi, Toshihide Tsuchiya, Kousuke Toriumi, Tomomichi Nishimura, Michiko Neya, Osamu Hosoi, Shin'ichiroh Miki, Yuko Miyamura, Tomoyuki Morikawa, Miho Yamada, Yoshiharu Yamada, Kouichi Yamadera, Jin Yamanori, Greg Irwin
  • Package Illustration: Daigo Ikeno
  • Software Manual Design: Y.Uchida
  • Network Compose: Ichiro Yunde, Mineyuki Noda, Shin., Netman, T.Ikai, Kobaboo
  • Test Player: Yng.J.Matsubara, T.Haze, Koncyan, W.Kusunoki
  • Special Thanks: Hattori, M.Takemura, K.Kubota, H.Ojima, H.Ohnuki, A.Terada, and All Capcom Staff
  • Market Producer: Kouji Nakajima
  • General Producer: Noritaka Funamizu, Yoshiki Okamoto
  • Presented by: Capcom

Magazine articles

Main article: Street Fighter Alpha 3/Magazine articles.

Promotional material

Dreamcast version

VirginE3PressKit SFA3 UK pr.pdf

PDF
E3 2000 UK press release

VirginE3PressKit SFA3 FR pr.pdf

PDF
E3 2000 FR press release

VirginE3PressKit SFA3 DE pr.pdf

PDF
E3 2000 DE press release

VirginE3PressKit SFA3 SP pr.pdf

PDF
E3 2000 ES press release
Logo-pdf.svg
Print advert in GamePro (US) #139: "April 2000" (2000-xx-xx)
also published in:
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Print advert in Dreamcast Magazine (JP) #1999-22: "1999-22 (1999-07-09,16)" (1999-06-25)
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Print advert in Dreamcast Fan (JP) #1999-14: "1999 NO.14" (1999-07-30)

Artwork

Physical scans

Saturn version

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
{{{{{icon}}}|L}} Division by zero.
Based on
0 review
Sega Retro Average 
Publication Version Score
Consoles + (FR) NTSC-J
92
[18]
Dreamcast Magazine (JP) NTSC-J
73
[19]
Famitsu (JP) NTSC-J
75
[20]
GameFan (US) NTSC-J
94
[21]
Sega Saturn Magazine (JP) NTSC-J
84
[22]
Sega Saturn
84
Based on
5 reviews

Street Fighter Alpha 3

Saturn, JP
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Cover
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Spinecard
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Disc
Saturn, JP (4MB RAM Pack)
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Cover
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Disc
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Jewel Case

Dreamcast version

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
95
Sega Dreamcast
95
Based on
1 review
Sega Retro Average 
Publication Version Score
Arcade (UK) PAL
50
[23]
Consoles + (FR) PAL
88
[24]
Computer & Video Games (UK)
100
[11]
Dreamcast Monthly (UK) PAL
60
[25]
DC-UK (UK) PAL
80
[12]
Dreamcast: Le Magazine Officiel (FR) PAL
80
[26]
Dreamcast Magazine (UK) NTSC-J
85
[27]
Dreamcast Magazine (UK) PAL
84
[28]
Dorimaga (JP) NTSC-J
92
[29]
Dorimaga (JP) NTSC-J
88
[30]
Electronic Gaming Monthly (US) NTSC-U
90
[31]
Entsiklopediya igr dlya Dreamcast (RU)
88
[32]
Famitsu (JP) NTSC-J
83
[33]
GamePro (US) NTSC-U
93
[9]
Gamers' Republic (US) NTSC-U
83
[34]
Joypad (FR) PAL
70
[35]
MAN!AC (DE) NTSC-J
91
[36]
MAN!AC (DE) PAL
83
[37]
Mr. Dreamcast (UK) PAL
75
[38]
Official Dreamcast Magazine (UK) PAL
80
[39]
Player One (FR)
82
[40]
PSX Extreme (PL)
83
[41]
Revista Oficial Dreamcast (ES) PAL
60
[13]
Revista Oficial Dreamcast (ES) PAL
80
[42]
Strana Igr (RU)
85
[43]
Sega Dreamcast
81
Based on
25 reviews

Street Fighter Alpha 3

Dreamcast, JP
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Cover
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Disc
Dreamcast, JP (Matching Service)
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Cover
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Disc
Dreamcast, US
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Cover
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Inlay
Dreamcast, EU
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Cover
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Disc

Technical information

ROM dump status

System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments
Sega Saturn
 ?
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
625,817,808 1999-06-24 CD-ROM (JP) T-1246G V1.002
Sega Saturn
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
625,817,808 CD-ROM (JP) T-1247G V1.002
Sega Dreamcast
 ?
CRC32
MD5
SHA-1
1999-10-22 GD-R Page

Track list

Saturn version

1. Data track
2. CD Warning message (0:20)
Running time: 0:20

Extra content

This game has extra content which can be viewed when accessing the disc on a PC.

Folder / File Type Size description
SFZ3_ABS.TXT TXT (Abstract) 736 About this game.
SFZ3_BIB.TXT TXT (Bibliographiced) 67 About original game
SFZ3_CPY.TXT TXT (Copyright) 92 Copyright


Saturn version

  • ISO Size: 519MB
  • Number of Players: 1~2
  • Peripheral(s) Compatibility: Control Pad
  • External Cartridge Required: 4MB RAM Cartridge
  • Usage of Memory Backup: Yes
  • Minimum Memory Required: 84 for each slot
  • Type of Backup: Game Progress / Config / High Scores
  • Compatible with VideoCD Card: No
  • Type of Video Files: Cinepak 1.06

External links

References

  1. https:/twitter.com/gdri/status/548176421311348737 (Wayback Machine: 2018-05-18 22:01)
  2. File:Sfzero3 sat jp backcover.jpg
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 http://sega.jp/dc/990501/ (Wayback Machine: 2013-03-15 10:20)
  4. File:Sfzero3 dc jp backcover.jpg
  5. 5.0 5.1 https://sega.jp/history/hard/segasaturn/software_l.html#tab04 (Wayback Machine: 2019-12-07 02:59)
  6. https://sega.jp/history/hard/dreamcast/software_l.html#tab01 (Wayback Machine: 2020-02-01 22:57)
  7. 7.0 7.1 http://sega.jp/dc/010210/ (Wayback Machine: 2014-08-03 23:00)
  8. http://www.capcom.com:80/xpml/game.xpml?gameid=300015 (Wayback Machine: 2000-06-06 00:41)
  9. 9.0 9.1 GamePro, "November 1999" (US; 1999-xx-xx), page 134
  10. https://groups.google.com/g/uk.games.video.dreamcast/c/vMXrh4w1IWQ/m/Bozd-LS0uTsJ
  11. 11.0 11.1 Computer & Video Games, "November 1999" (UK; 1999-10-13), page 113
  12. 12.0 12.1 DC-UK, "December 1999" (UK; 1999-11-22), page 16
  13. 13.0 13.1 Revista Oficial Dreamcast, "Enero 2000" (ES; 1999-12-20), page 43
  14. File:SFZ3_Saturn_JP_SSEnding.pdf
  15. File:SFZ2_Saturn_JP_SSEnding_Dramatic.pdf
  16. Electronic Gaming Monthly, "May 2000" (US; 2000-04-04), page 86
  17. GamePro, "June 2000" (US; 2000-xx-xx), page 96
  18. Consoles +, "Août 1999" (FR; 1999-0x-xx), page 78
  19. Dreamcast Magazine, "1999-25 (1999-08-13,20)" (JP; 1999-07-30), page 19
  20. Famitsu, "1999-08-13" (JP; 1999-07-30), page 1
  21. GameFan, "Volume 7, Issue 11: November 1999" (US; 1999-xx-xx), page 20
  22. Sega Saturn Magazine, "Readers rating final data" (JP; 2000-03), page 12
  23. Arcade, "July 2000" (UK; 2000-06-20), page 73
  24. Consoles +, "Décembre 1999" (FR; 1999-1x-xx), page 104
  25. Dreamcast Monthly, "November 1999" (UK; 1999-11-18), page 78
  26. Dreamcast: Le Magazine Officiel, "Décembre 1999/Janvier 2000" (FR; 1999-12-xx), page 82
  27. Dreamcast Magazine, "No. 2" (UK; 1999-10-21), page 80
  28. Dreamcast Magazine, "No. 4" (UK; 1999-12-23), page 58
  29. Dorimaga, "2002-18 (2002-10-11)" (JP; 2002-09-27), page 32
  30. Dorimaga, "2002-18 (2002-10-11)" (JP; 2002-09-27), page 33
  31. Electronic Gaming Monthly, "April 2000" (US; 2000-03-07), page 158
  32. Entsiklopediya igr dlya Dreamcast, "Izdaniye chetvertoye, dopolnennoye" (RU; 2002-xx-xx), page 239
  33. Famitsu, "1999-07-16" (JP; 1999-07-02), page 30
  34. Gamers' Republic, "September 1999" (US; 1999-08-10), page 32
  35. Joypad, "Septembre 2000" (FR; 2000-xx-xx), page 160
  36. MAN!AC, "09/99" (DE; 1999-08-04), page 45
  37. MAN!AC, "12/2000" (DE; 2000-11-02), page 59
  38. Mr. Dreamcast, "April 2000" (UK; 2000-03-30<em>No results</em>), page 77
  39. Official Dreamcast Magazine, "December 1999" (UK; 1999-11-11), page 94
  40. Player One, "Décembre 1999" (FR; 1999-xx-xx), page 126
  41. PSX Extreme, "03/2001" (PL; 2001-0x-xx), page 41
  42. Revista Oficial Dreamcast, "Febrero 2000" (ES; 2000-0x-xx), page 54
  43. Strana Igr, "Fevral 1999 1/2" (RU; 1999-xx-xx), page 50


Street Fighter Alpha 3

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Books: All About Street Fighter Zero 3 (1998) | Street Fighter Alpha 3 Official Fighting Guide (2000)

Prereleases:
Sega Dreamcast
Prototype 1999-10-22 | Street Fighter Zero 3 Tentou Taikenban (1999)
Street Fighter games for Sega systems
Sega Mega Drive
Street Fighter II': Champion Edition (unreleased) | Street Fighter II': Special Champion Edition (1993) | Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers (1994)
Sega Saturn
Street Fighter: The Movie (1995) | Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors' Dreams (1996) | Street Fighter II Movie (1996) | Street Fighter Alpha 2 (Dash) (1996) | Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo (1996) | Street Fighter Collection (1997) | X-Men vs. Street Fighter (1997) | Pocket Fighter (1998) | Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter (1998) | Capcom Generation: Dai 5 Shuu Kakutouka-tachi (1998) | Street Fighter Alpha 3 (1999)
Sega Master System
Street Fighter II' (1997)
Sega Dreamcast
Street Fighter Alpha 3 (1999) | Street Fighter III: Double Impact (1999) | Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike (2000) | Super Street Fighter II X for Matching Service (2000) | Street Fighter Zero 3 for Matching Service (2001) | Super Puzzle Fighter II X for Matching Service (2001)
Arcade
Street Fighter Zero 3 Upper (2001)
Sampler Discs
Sega Saturn
Street Fighter Zero 2 Taikenban (199x) | Street Fighter Collection Taikenban (1997)
Sega Dreamcast
Street Fighter Zero 3 Tentou Taikenban (199x)