Street Fighter: The Complete History

Street Fighter: The Complete History

Chris Carle / Jan 24, 2020

Street Fighter The Complete History Street Fighter took the video gaming world by storm in the mid s than million copies and hundreds of imitators later the series continues to be one of the most beloved and successful video ga

  • Title: Street Fighter: The Complete History
  • Author: Chris Carle
  • ISBN: 9780811865005
  • Page: 276
  • Format: Paperback
  • Street Fighter took the video gaming world by storm in the mid 1980s than 127 million copies and hundreds of imitators later, the series continues to be one of the most beloved and successful video game franchises of all time In this official history, legendary game developer Capcom opens its vault to tell the complete story of Street Fighter Original text and inteStreet Fighter took the video gaming world by storm in the mid 1980s than 127 million copies and hundreds of imitators later, the series continues to be one of the most beloved and successful video game franchises of all time In this official history, legendary game developer Capcom opens its vault to tell the complete story of Street Fighter Original text and interviews with the developers and animators present the franchises impact on gaming culture, while than 200 pieces of artwork reveal the care that went into designing the button mashing classic Featuring a slick flexi cover, this collection will be indispensable to the millions of ardent fans worldwide.

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    744 Comments


    1. I suppose this book was a good overview of the history of Street Fighter, but it was mostly full of images. I feel like you'd be better off just reading the information off of a site and potentially purchasing the art book SF20.I was pretty miffed with the author, as I'm under the impression that he didn't know everything about the artists, especially when it came to Bengus/CRMK--some images were labeled as Bengus or CRMK But it's the same artist. I was very much annoyed with the constant descri [...]


    2. This little book is pretty neat. Admittedly, being such a fan of the series as I am, I might be more inclined to appreciate the history of how it evolved over the years. However, it does provide insight into many of the qualities the game possesses that allowed it, or should I say allowed us, to develop a community around it. In that regard, the book is as much about the fans as it is about the game itself.


    3. A really quick fun read. Lots of interesting stuff about my favourite fighting game. However I wish there would have been more testimonials from fans who never entered the gaming industry. There was also no real conclusion. It just kind of wrapped itself up in one paragraph



    4. It's easy to read and understand for both fans and newcomers. there lot original art work well in this small compact book. This one does not disappoint.



    5. Far from what I'd call "complete", this is more of a coffee table fluff book than a comprehensive history. There's little here that you won't find online in wikis or fansites.




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