Top positive review
Great release overall
Reviewed in Australia on 29 July 2018
This is the best collection of 2D Street Fighter games ever released, period. I don't think there's ever been a collection this complete, there's always been a few games released in a collection here and there and they usually weren't 1:1 true-to-arcade versions. This collection contains the original arcade versions of Street Fighter 1/2/Alpha/3 (12 games in total, and yes, the variants of each game is quite different).
These games are really great, but I find myself only being able to give the release 4 out of 5 due to a number of nitpicks I have. I've experienced some glitches, like a character just randomly teleporting to a different location in the air (not online, I'm talking about an offline match), which I'm pretty sure I've never seen on the original arcade board of SSF2 which I own. Also, it doesn't seem to have any support for PS3 arcade sticks and I've had my PS4 stick randomly just disconnect for no apparent reason. Seems this title was mainly built with standard PS4 wireless controllers in mind. The music also just sounds a little off compared to the original arcade board. It's not that it's bad, it just doesn't sound as good, but I can't quite put my finger on why. It also lacks adjusting things like sound vs music volume and in general, what you can change per-game is quite limited. I don't own SSF2T, but I'm pretty sure you're able to set the speed to match SSF2, but in this release, that doesn't appear to be possible, all the speeds are turbo-based (i.e. faster than normal), but this could just be me not remembering the settings of SSF2T correctly. Finally, Street Fighter III 2nd impact has a 16:9 wide-screen mode, why doesn't 3rd Strike have this? It's an awesome mode and I wish you could play 3rd Strike this way.
Overall a great release with a few minor issues I hope they will address with future patches.