Street Fighter One is a remake of the first and original Street Fighter game that not only makes all the fighters playable, but improves its controls and enhances its gameplay in many levels.
In Street Fighter One, a fan remake of the seminal Capcom’s Street Fighter (1987), you will be able not only to play with Ryu and Ken, but with all of the other fighters from this game. Also, you can perform special moves and combos, get more game mods, play against a secret char and enjoy better controls that emulated versions of the original can’t reproduce.
Street Fighter One was built on M.U.G.E.N. by the The Valkyrie Project and it’s a pretty tight job. We didn’t find any bugs or weird stuff whatsoever, being is one of those fangames that look like a professional project.
This video has the game being played from the beginning to the end with Ken.
The above video shows the full Street Fighter One playthrough, played with Sagat and being commented in Portuguese by our partners from Gaming Room.
- Street Fighter One @ Gaming Room – Screenshots and more info about the game. In Portuguese.
- Valkyrie Project’s Blog – The official Street Fighter One’s developers website. This one is in English, has more info about the game, alternative download links and stuff.
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