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Street Fighter Alpha: Warrior's Dreams

video game review video game review video game review Video Game Review: Street Fighter Alpha: Warrior's Dreams Publisher: Capcom
Category: Action, Fighting
Platform: Game Boy
ESRB Rating: Teen    Release Date: January 2000

Overall Rating: 3 Stars out of 4

Review by Tom Allen
3 Stars out of 4

Street Fighter Alpha Warriors' Dreams is the perfect portable fighting game. The graphics are great for Game Boy Color, and the animation is pretty good, too. It has that unmatchable 8-bit charm.

Diagonal jumping is not always responsive, but the good news is that the game has a good variety of moves, controls, and especially options. With only two buttons on Game Boy, Capcom had to do some thinking as to how to incorporate so many moves. The system they came up with works well.

While medium attacks would not fit in the game, you alter between light and hard attacks by tapping or pressing the A and B buttons. If you press A and B together, you can execute super combos. Special moves are executed by pressing A or B plus the D-pad.

Hard-core SF fans will be pleased to hear that you can play as Charlie before he becomes the more famous Blanka character.

Other characters are Ryu, Chun-Li, Guy, Sodom, Birdie, Adon, Rose, Dan, and M. Bison. Are there secret characters? Who knows? Capcom deserves a pat on the back for this one.

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