One really has to marvel at the ingenious way Capcom has managed to keep the Street Fighter franchise going. Most people would have probably stopped buying each new installment of the series if it had been titled...Street Fighter One Hundred and One: The Geriatric Battles. But all things considered and lame joking aside, this is without any question the best conversion of the game to date. Capcom has included buckets of modes and extras in an effort to out do last year's Soul Calibur and in many ways they have succeeded.
The main complaint any die hard SF fan has is missing frames of animation. Guess what, not a single frame has been lost in the transition to the Dreamcast...Sega fans rejoice. Load times you ask...Dreamcast's version laughs in the face of load times. You'll truly be amazed at how optimized the game is, it really loads that fast. All the characters (Available and Hidden) are here and never looked so good. Dreamcast's high resolution breathes new life into the somewhat dated graphics.
As always a fine blend of Rock and Techno set the stage for some great fights and all the infamous battle cries come through crystal clear.