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Street Fighter
  • Publisher: Capcom
  • Genre:Fighting
  • Developer: Capcom
  • Release Date:Aug 1, 1987
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:Rating Pending
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Game Description:The prelude to the fighting revolution, the original SF game only allowed players to fight as Ken or Ryu. Players star as street fighter Ryu and travel to five different countries: Japan, United States, England, China, and Thailand. Each country acts as a stage for one-on-one battles. Players have to defeat two enemies in each stage to move on to special bonus round and then the next region. This JAMMA cabinet also featured a two-player duel mode where players could test their mettle against each other before moving on to the single-player quest (the second player was automatically rival fighter Ken). Street Fighter spawned the superior (and more popular) Street Fighter II and thus started the fighting game craze in the '90s. Special cabinets of this game experimented with giant "punchy" cushion pads instead of the traditional six-button power system -- depending on how hard you hit the button, this would determine whether you through a weak, medium or strong attack.
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