Excerpt: This game is a port of the Playstation and arcade game. Like nearly every fighting game on the market, ‘Street Fighter Alpha 3’ (SFA3) has only a thin plot to hold it together. Personally, I cared very little about the storyline. Basically, a dictator named M. Bison has plans to take over the world. A whole bunch of other people have reasons for entering the Street Fighter tournament, but they all end of fighting (and hopefully defeating) M. Bison.
Review : Street Fighter Alpha 3 for Gameboy Advance
27 March 2003
Conclusion: There is also a good PSOne version of the game if you want to see it in it's full glory Also Dreamcast and Import Saturn. This one raises the bar for fighting games on the GBA and I am very optimistic about the future of 2d fighting games on the handheld gaming platforms. It still is one of the damn best fighting games ever and this one of the best GameBoy Advance games ever.
Excerpt: Street Fighter Alpha 3 review Game Over Online - http://www.game-over.com The entire Street Fighter series brings me back to my youth; something I once assumed was universal for everyone. Crowding around convenience stores, playing Raiden while hoping the Street Fighter 2 machine would open up and then getting beaten handily by the store owner's seven year old son after spending hours memorizing moves downloaded from a local BBS - yes, I thought that was part of the rite...
Summary: Cuts have been made in order to bring the game to the Game Boy Advance, but that was to be expected. What’s surprising is how Crawfish managed to cram in the huge character line-up, multiple modes of play and still got it to look and (most importantly) play like Street Fighter Alpha 3.