Street Fighter Alpha - Warriors' Dreams ROM

Street Fighter Alpha - Warriors' Dreams rom

When focusing on the main objectives, Street Fighter Alpha - Warriors' Dreams is about 2 Hours in length. If you're a gamer that strives to see all aspects of the game, you are likely to spend around 5 Hours to obtain 100% completion.

CharacterHow to Unlock
AkumaSet the difficulty to five or higher, then play with anyone except Akuma. Defeat the first seven characters without continuing and have at least 10 super combo finishes
DanSet the difficulty to six or higher, then challenge him by using the same winning quote five times in a row, or by holding Up + L2 + R2 after defeating the 5th character.
M. BisonBeat the game on level 8 with any character that has M. Bison as their final boss
It's the same as it's ever been, (jab jab forward (direction) short kick and then fierce punch). The only difference between this command and other versions however is that you must input it really fast! Hope this helps you out.

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Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors’ Dreams, known as Street Fighter Zero in Japan, Asia, South America, and Oceania, is a 2D arcade fighting game by Capcom originally released in 1995 for the CP System II hardware. It was the first all new Street Fighter game produced by Capcom since the release of Street Fighter II in 1991. The working title for the game was Street Fighter Legends. Street Fighter Alpha revamps the Super Combo system introduced in Super Street Fighter II Turbo by adding a three-level Super Combo gauge.

Like in Super Turbo, the Super Combo gauge fills in as the player performs regular and special techniques. When the gauge reaches Level 1 or higher, the player can perform a Super Combo technique. The number of punch or kick buttons pressed simultaneously when performing a Super Combo determines the amount that will be used. In addition to Super Combos, the player can also perform a special counterattacking technique called an Alpha Counter (Zero Counter in the Japanese version) after blocking an opponent’s attack, which consumes a level of the Super Combo Gauge.

There are two playing styles that can be selected after choosing a character: “Normal” and “Auto”. Auto differs from Normal in that the character automatically guards against a limited number of attacks (provided the character is not in the middle of performing an attack). Auto also allows the player to perform an instant Super Combo by pressing a punch and kick of the same strength simultaneously, but at the expense of reducing the maximum level of the Super Combo gauge to one. The immediate character roster includes Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li and Sagat from the Street Fighter II series.

Along with Birdie and Adon (Sagat’s former apprentice) from the original Street Fighter, who make their first appearances as playable characters in this game. Guy, one of the main playable characters from Final Fight, also appears along with Sodom, a boss character from the same game. New to the series are Charlie, Guile’s combat buddy who uses the same special techniques, and Rose, an Italian female fortune teller who uses an energy known as “Soul Power”.

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Street Fighter Alpha - Warriors' Dreams

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Release Date

Europe: December 17, 1999
North America: March 24, 2000
Japan: March 30, 2001




Crawfish Interactive 


Game Boy Color




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