June has turned out to be a pretty solid month for Nintendo. Not only did they have some interesting announcements in their E3 video, but they also saw some great titles come to the Switch. This week, (today, in fact) Wolfenstein II was the colossal new arrival. Before that, we got the sporty new Mario Tennis Aces; the Neo-Geo classic, The Last Blade 2; and the ultimate fighting game compilation, Street Fighter: 30th Anniversary Collection. Liberate America from the Nazis, then jump past the break to see more new releases from the last six weeks.
Well, they announced it last December and this week, after nearly 6 long months of waiting, the Street Fighter: 30th Anniversary Collection has finally arrived. From one of our all-time favorite fighting games, Street Fighter Alpha 3, to one of our other (almost equally) favorite fighting games, Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike, this unprecedented collection represents a tremendous value, well worthy of your money and attention. If not for the release of the incredibly excellent Dragon Ball FighterZ earlier this year, the Street Fighter: 30th Anniversary Collection would undoubtedly be the most important fighting game of 2018.
Also out in the past six weeks, a PS4 version of Metal Slug XX (which itself is actually a revised version of Metal Slug 7); a bundle of over 50 hit SEGA Genesis games; and a surprisingly fantastic Castlevania clone. Celebrate 30 years of Street Fighter, then jump past the break to see more new releases from the last 42 days.
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