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|Publisher: Capcom Hudson Soft (JP), NEC (US)|
|Developer: Capcom Alfa System|
|System(s): CD-ROM², Virtual Console (Wii)|
|Number of players: 1-2|
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Fighting Street (ファイティング・ストリート) is originally a fighting game published by Capcom in 1987 as Street Fighter. Hudson Soft ported the game for the CD-ROM² system as one of the launch titles for the add-on.
At the time of release, Fighting Street was the most accurate port of Street Fighter available to home consumers, although as the underlying PC Engine hardware does not match the higher specifications of the arcade board, background graphics are simplified and fewer colours are shown on-screen at any given time.
Fighting Street offers a CD audio soundtrack, although the use of optical media introduces much longer loading times between fights. Curiously the developers chose to use sound effects sampled from the arcade game, including the infamous Street Fighter voices, whose low sample quality in the arcades made them almost inaudible (as well as giving each fighter the same voice on their winning/losing screens).