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A stylized illustration of Ryu from Street Fighter

Everything you ever wanted to know about Street Fighter history

Dive deep into the history of one of the game industry’s biggest franchises

Street Fighter 1: An oral history

Street Fighter 2: An oral history

A stylized illustration of Ryu from Street Fighter

Everything you ever wanted to know about Street Fighter history

Dive deep into the history of one of the game industry’s biggest franchises

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For almost a year now, we’ve been running a series of oral histories on Polygon looking back at the early days of Capcom’s fighting games. For the most part, that’s meant digging into how key Street Fighter games came about, starting with 1987’s Street Fighter and ending with Capcom vs. SNK: Millennium Fight 2000.

We left plenty of room for detours, of course — and we’ll have even more of those in the expanded version of this series we’re putting together for a book with publisher Read-Only Memory. But now that we’re done running the series on Polygon, we wanted to round everything up on a nice hub page to make it easy to find what you want.

Thanks for checking it out.