Street Fighter III – the 21-year-old legendary fighting game

Fight For The Future is the third and final game in the Street Fighter III series that is best viewed by fans of the fighting game “Road to the Right”.

According to Gaming Lyfe, in May 1999, Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike Fight For The Future debuted on the CPS3 arcade system (often called arcade game). Up to now, after more than 2 decades, this is still one of the retro fighting games with the largest community.

3rd Strike Fight For The Future is the 3rd game, also the last part of the Street Fighter III series that is widely regarded by the fans of the fighting game as the best. The previous two seasons, Street Fighter III: New Generation and Street Fighter: 2nd Impact, have also been very popular.

It has been 21 years since Street Fighter III was born

The game is built on the foundation of 2nd Impact with a number of new characters and combat mechanisms. 14 playable characters from 2nd Impact back to 3rd Strike, along with new recruits like Makoto – a young Japanese girl specializing in karate, French boxer Remy is seeking revenge on her father for abandoning him and his sister.

In addition, there is the Q – a mysterious iron masked man, cloaked and Twelve, a strange human figure that can turn into any weapon like the T-1000 Terminator.

In terms of gameplay, most of the actions from 2nd Impact have been preserved, with the addition of a new Guard Parry. If you block a combo, Guard Parry can be used at the end of the combo to turn the player punch into red, making the opponent more vulnerable.

In 2011, Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike Online Edition appeared on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 systems. The Dreamcast version of 3rd Strike was released a year later, allowing fans to play the final boss. Besides, the game is also played on PlayStation 2 and Xbox.

The game also features the online version of Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike Online Edition, released in 2011 on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 systems.