History Videogame / StreetFighterIII

19th Apr '16 6:35:38 AM PF
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* ColonCancer: The ''2nd Impact'' and ''3rd Strike'' portion of the second and third title respectively are sometimes treated as separate titles instead of being part of the main title.

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* ColonCancer: The ''2nd Impact'' and ''3rd Strike'' portion of the second and third title respectively title, respectively, are sometimes treated as separate titles instead of being part of the main title.
28th Mar '16 4:27:33 AM AndyLA
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''"The 3rd Strike, y'all, it's Street Fighter III!\\

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''"The The 3rd Strike, y'all, it's Street Fighter III!\\
14th Feb '16 1:19:30 AM StreamofConsciousness
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* TheStinger: In the ''2nd Impact'' credits roll, Gill's KO'ed body is lying in the background. When the credits finish, he revives using his Resurrection Super Art, and a To Be Continued message appears.
28th Jan '16 7:30:31 AM PF
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* PracticalTaunt: Taunting provides {{Status Buff}}s, which is still a rarity in fighting games.
** Especially Q, who turns into a brick wall if you can taunt three times in a round.

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* PracticalTaunt: Taunting provides {{Status Buff}}s, which is still a rarity in fighting games.
** Especially
games. This is especially the case for Q, who turns into a brick wall if you can taunt three times in a round.
28th Jan '16 5:09:00 AM StreamofConsciousness
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** Twelve's X.C.O.P.Y. Super Art demands that you have knowledge of the other characters' movesets, but given that you can still make use of their taunt-granted buffs while mimicked, he ''can'' become a force to be reckoned with.

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** Twelve's X.C.O.P.Y. Super Art demands that you have knowledge of the other characters' movesets, but given that you can still make use of their taunt-granted buffs while mimicked, he ''can'' become a force to be reckoned with. His air dashing, move canceling properties, and clever spacing can be lethal if your opponent is unaccustomed to fighting him.
28th Jan '16 4:45:49 AM PF
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* DifficultButAwesome: Mastering the parrying mechanic can make a huge difference. That goes double for red parrying, which involves blocking and ''then'' parrying parts of multi-hit attacks.

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* DifficultButAwesome: DifficultButAwesome:
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Mastering the parrying mechanic can make a huge difference. That goes double for red parrying, which involves blocking and ''then'' parrying parts of multi-hit attacks.



** Q's move set lacks variety, but makes great use of the parrying system and defensive strategies. Some of his attacks, if timed well, combo in ''very'' unexpected ways. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mEtCyAuR3Us Check it out.]]

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** Q's move set moveset lacks variety, but makes great use of the parrying system and defensive strategies. Some of his attacks, if timed well, combo in ''very'' unexpected ways. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mEtCyAuR3Us Check it out.]]
28th Jan '16 4:17:51 AM StreamofConsciousness
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* DifficultButAwesome: Mastering the parrying mechanic can make a huge difference.

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* DifficultButAwesome: Mastering the parrying mechanic can make a huge difference. That goes double for red parrying, which involves blocking and ''then'' parrying parts of multi-hit attacks.


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** Necro's seemingly slow, awkward moves make him potentially nigh unstoppable when his opponent is in the corner. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ql6s06ecSQ0 The high-level strategies must be seen to be believed.]]
** If timed well, Oro's juggling combos can completely shut down a match.
** With good charge partitioning and buffering, Urien's tackles and Aegis Reflectors can completely overwhelm a cornered opponent.
** Q's move set lacks variety, but makes great use of the parrying system and defensive strategies. Some of his attacks, if timed well, combo in ''very'' unexpected ways. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mEtCyAuR3Us Check it out.]]
** The same can be said for Hugo. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GK3szwKq4Qs Mastery of the parrying system and devastating throws and anti-airs go a long way, indeed]].
3rd Jan '16 5:58:42 AM PF
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In 1997, Capcom finally released the long-awaited true sequel to ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'', ''Street Fighter III: New Generation''. It cut the roster of familiar characters to Ryu and Ken, and added a whole slew of brand-new fighters, [[note]]({{ninja}} girl Ibuki, African princess Elena, twins Yun and Yang, British boxer Dudley, Russian mutant Necro, ancient hermit Oro, Ken's Brazilian student Sean)[[/note]]including hulking American Alex (who was promoted as the new lead character of the game) plus the new BigBad, Gill.

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In 1997, Capcom Creator/{{Capcom}} finally released the long-awaited true sequel to ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'', ''Street Fighter III: New Generation''. It cut the roster of familiar characters to Ryu and Ken, and added a whole slew of brand-new fighters, [[note]]({{ninja}} girl Ibuki, African princess Elena, twins Yun and Yang, British boxer Dudley, Russian mutant Necro, ancient hermit Oro, Ken's Brazilian student Sean)[[/note]]including hulking American Alex (who was promoted as the new lead character of the game) plus the new BigBad, Gill.



** It shows in [[VideoGame/FatalFury Mark of the Wolves]]' Freeman; it's basically what you get when you make Remy go through the Orochi Blood Riot.
3rd Jan '16 5:35:02 AM JFTechServ
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** It shows in [[VideoGame/FatalFury Mark of the Wolves]]' Freeman; it's basically what you get when you make Remy go through the Orochi Blood Riot.
21st Dec '15 1:47:21 AM eroock
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The 3rd Strike, y'all, it's Street Fighter III!\\

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The ''"The 3rd Strike, y'all, it's Street Fighter III!\\



The 3rd Strike, y'all, it's Street Fighter III! III! III!''
-->--'''Main Theme of ''Street Fighter III 3rd Strike'''''


In 1997, Capcom finally released the long-awaited true sequel to ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'', '''''Street Fighter III: New Generation'''''. It cut the roster of familiar characters to Ryu and Ken, and added a whole slew of brand-new fighters, [[note]]({{ninja}} girl Ibuki, African princess Elena, twins Yun and Yang, British boxer Dudley, Russian mutant Necro, ancient hermit Oro, Ken's Brazilian student Sean)[[/note]]including hulking American Alex (who was promoted as the new lead character of the game) plus the new BigBad, Gill.

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The 3rd Strike, y'all, it's Street Fighter III! III! III!''
-->--'''Main
III!"''
-->-- Main
Theme of ''Street Fighter III 3rd Strike'''''


Strike''

In 1997, Capcom finally released the long-awaited true sequel to ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'', '''''Street ''Street Fighter III: New Generation'''''.Generation''. It cut the roster of familiar characters to Ryu and Ken, and added a whole slew of brand-new fighters, [[note]]({{ninja}} girl Ibuki, African princess Elena, twins Yun and Yang, British boxer Dudley, Russian mutant Necro, ancient hermit Oro, Ken's Brazilian student Sean)[[/note]]including hulking American Alex (who was promoted as the new lead character of the game) plus the new BigBad, Gill.



Capcom would also released the inevitable update eight months later, with '''''Street Fighter III 2nd Impact: Giant Attack''''', which also added Hugo (a member of [[GiantMook the Andore clan]] from ''VideoGame/FinalFight'') and Urien (Gill's brother) plus the return of Akuma.

In a final attempt, a second update, '''''Street Fighter III 3rd Strike: Fight for the Future''''', was released, and has since become a fan favorite. The game returned Chun-Li to the lineup, added four new characters, [[note]]young Japanese karate practicer Makoto, the mysterious Q, Guile {{expy}} Remy and the shapeshifting mutant Twelve[[/note]] rebalanced the system, and is often praised for having the best graphics of any 2D fighter up to that point.

While remaining quite obscure, giving its high level gameplay, the game was (and still is) immensely popular for TournamentPlay. This popularity eventually [[VindicatedByHistory gave the game the recognition it didn't receive at the time of its release]]. Due to how popular it eventually became, and fervent fan requests, Capcom re-released this game on XboxLiveArcade and the [[{{PlayStationNetwork}} PlayStation Network]] in 2011 as '''''Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike Online Edition'''''; it features online play, enhanced visual settings, and other bonus content.

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Capcom would also released the inevitable update eight months later, with '''''Street ''Street Fighter III 2nd Impact: Giant Attack''''', Attack'', which also added Hugo (a member of [[GiantMook the Andore clan]] from ''VideoGame/FinalFight'') and Urien (Gill's brother) plus the return of Akuma.

In a final attempt, a second update, '''''Street ''Street Fighter III 3rd Strike: Fight for the Future''''', Future'', was released, and has since become a fan favorite. The game returned Chun-Li to the lineup, added four new characters, [[note]]young Japanese karate practicer Makoto, the mysterious Q, Guile {{expy}} Remy and the shapeshifting mutant Twelve[[/note]] rebalanced the system, and is often praised for having the best graphics of any 2D fighter up to that point.

While remaining quite obscure, giving its high level gameplay, the game was (and still is) immensely popular for TournamentPlay. This popularity eventually [[VindicatedByHistory gave the game the recognition it didn't receive at the time of its release]]. Due to how popular it eventually became, and fervent fan requests, Capcom re-released this game on XboxLiveArcade and the [[{{PlayStationNetwork}} PlayStation Network]] in 2011 as '''''Street ''Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike Online Edition'''''; Edition''; it features online play, enhanced visual settings, and other bonus content.
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