Memorable music, cries of hadouken, shoryuken, tiger... It's all iconic, all awesome and all bound to induce tears of nostalgia.
Arcade-perfect versions of all twelve games with arcade cabinet borders and various filters to choose from. This a cleanly presented, slick package overall.
More than thirty years on, the original Street Fighter plays like every one of its three decades, but Street Fighter II and every SF game that followed it still hold up, with controls and moves that set the standard.
Twelve games, all precisely as you remember them with a Museum stuffed to the gills with insightful content into the series, and four games with a full complement of online features and modes. You couldn't ask for much more.
For such a fantastic collection, the achievement list is lazily cobbled together dross. Complete each game, play hundreds of online matches, and that's about it. Bleh.