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Romset and name:
sfz3ugd Street Fighter Zero 3 Upper (Japan) (GDL-0002)
Short name:
Street Fighter Zero 3 Upper
Manufacturer:
Capcom
Year:
Genre:
Fighter
Category:
Fighter / Versus
Serie:
Street Fighter
Driver source:
Language:
English
Similar games:
Input / Controls
Players:
Up to 2 players (solo, 2 concurrents)
Input:
Joystick 8 ways
Buttons / keys:
Coins:
Cabinet:
-
Free-play:
Not supported
Rankings
Avarage user rating:
AntoPISA BestGame:
-
MASH All-Time:
-
Video
Display:
640x480@61.702586 Hz, CRT 31kHz
Orientation:
Horizontal
Scrolling:
Unknown
Colors:
-
CPU:
ARM7 (little), Hitachi SH-4 (little), Microchip PIC16C622, Motorola MC68000, Toshiba TMP90PH44, Zilog Z80
Audio
Sound:
2 channels
Audio chips:
CD/DA, Speaker, Yamaha AICA
Romset
First release:
Mame 0.126 released on jul-06 2008
Last release:
Mame 0.226 released on oct-28 2020
Clone of:
-
Bios:
naomigd Naomi GD-ROM Bios
Use rom of:
-
Use sample of:
-
Previous romset:
None
New romset:
None
Files
Dump:
GOOD
Required files:
Status
OVERALL:
PRELIMINARY
Emulation:
Preliminary
Graphic:
Imperfect
Color:
Good
Sound:
Imperfect
Cocktail:
Good
Protection:
Good
Save state:
Unsupported
Additional infos
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  • XML
  • Sega NAOMI GD-ROM published 19 years ago:

    Street Fighter Zero 3 Upper © 2001 Capcom Company, Limited.

    "Street Fighter Zero 3" ("Street Fighter Alpha 3" outside Japan and southeast Asia) was released for the Sony PlayStation (1998), Sega Dreamcast (1999) and Sega Saturn (1999) with additional features not found in the original arcade version. This game, "Street Fighter Zero 3 Upper", is the arcade port of those console versions, which was released exclusively in Japan. Changes and additions brought in from the console version includes hidden characters Balrog ('Mike Bison' in Japan), Juni and Juli playable from the start, joining the new characters to the game which includes past Street Fighter legends Guile, Dee Jay, Fei Long and T. Hawk. In total, 34 playable characters are in the game.

    TECHNICAL
    GAMe ID: GDL-0002
    Runs on the Sega "NAOMI GD-ROM System" hardware.

    Players: 2
    Control: 8-way joystick
    Buttons: 6
    = > [1] LP, [2] MP, [3] HP
    = > [4] LK, [5] MK, [6] HK

    TRIVIA
    Street Fighter Zero 3 Upper was released in January 2001.

    An aurally and graphically reduced port of "Street Fighter Zero 3 Upper" was made for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance in 2001 with Eagle (from the original "Street Fighter"), Yun (from "Street Fighter III"), and Maki (from "Final Fight 2") added as unlockable characters to the game. In 2006, a faithful port of "Street Fighter Zero 3 Upper" was made for the Sony PlayStation Portable with the addition of Eagle, Yun, and Maki immediately playable without having to be unlocked. Also, a new character was added to this version: Ingrid from "Capcom Fighting Jam." This upgraded port was named "Street Fighter Zero 3 Double Upper" in Japan and "Street Fighter Alpha 3 MAX" outside Japan. This brings the total playable characters to 38.

    UPDATES
    In the Japanese version, a description is given for each stage (in Japanese) along with the name of the country (in English). In non-Japanese versions, only the country name in English is retained, leaving the description box blank. The location list is the same as in Zero 3/Alpha 3 with the following additions:
    Balrog ('M. Bison' in Japan): Las Vegas, U.S.A.
    Karin: Queen of Victoria Ship, Japan
    Dee Jay: Port Antonio, Jamaica
    Evil Ryu ('Satsui no Hado ni Mezameta Ryu' in Japan): Oni Fang Cave, Japan
    Fei Long: Kowloon Park, Hong Kong
    Guile: Nevada Ghost Valley, U.S.A.
    Shin Akuma ('Shin Gouki' in Japan): Jail Flame Island, Japan
    T. Hawk: Monte Alban Plains, Mexico

    Note: In the original version of Zero 3/Alpha 3, Karin's stage was the same as Sakura's, except set at nighttime.

    SERIES
    • Street Fighter (1987)
    • Street Fighter II - The World Warrior [CP-S No. 14] (1991)
    • Street Fighter II' - Champion Edition [CP-S No. 21] (1992)
    • Street Fighter II' Turbo - Hyper Fighting [CP-S No. 24] (1992)
    • Super Street Fighter II - The New Challengers [CP-S II No. 01] (1993)
    • Super Street Fighter II X - Grand Master Challenge [CP-S II No. 03 Bis] (1994)
    • Street Fighter Zero [CP-S II No. 11] (1995)
    • Street Fighter Zero 2 [CP-S II No. 15] (1996)
    • Street Fighter Zero 2 Alpha (1996)
    • Street Fighter III - New Generation (1997)
    • Street Fighter III - 2nd Impact: Giant Attack (1997)
    • Street Fighter Zero 3 [CP-S II No. 29] (1998)
    • Street Fighter III - 3rd Strike: Fight For The Future (1999)
    • Hyper Street Fighter II - The Anniversary Edition [CP-S II No. 38] (2003)
    • Street Fighter IV (2008)
    • Super Street Fighter IV (2010)
    • Ultra Street Fighter IV (2014)
    • Street Fighter V (2016)
    • Ultra Street Fighter II - The Final Challengers (2017, Switch)

    STAFF
    • Consoles:
    Sony PlayStation [JP] (dec.23, 1998) "Street Fighter Zero [Model SLPS-01777]"
    Sony PlayStation [US] (apr.30, 1999) "Street Fighter Alpha 3 [Model SLUS-00821]"
    Sega Dreamcast [JP] (jul.8, 1999) "Street Fighter Zero 3 - Saikyooryuu Doujou [Model T-1203M]": The title screen in the game proper says "Street Fighter Alpha 3 - Saikyo Dojo"
    Sega Saturn [JP] (aug.6, 1999) "Street Fighter Zero 3 [Model T-1247G]"
    Sony PlayStation [EU] (2000) "Street Fighter Alpha 3 [Model SLES-01863]"
    Sega Dreamcast [US] (may.31, 2000) "Street Fighter Alpha 3 [Model T-1203N]"
    Sega Dreamcast [EU] (sept.29, 2000) "Street Fighter Alpha 3 [Model T-7005D-50]"

    • Handhelds:
    Nintendo Game Boy Advance [JP] (sept.27, 2002) "Street Fighter Zero 3 Upper [Model AGB-AZUJ-JPN]"
    Nintendo Game Boy Advance [EU] (nov.29, 2002) "Street Fighter Alpha 3 [Model AGB-AZUP-EUR]"
    Nintendo Game Boy Advance [US] (dec.1, 2002) "Street Fighter Alpha 3 [Model AGB-AZUE-USA]"
    Sony PSP [AU] (2006) "Street Fighter Alpha 3 MAX" by THQ
    Sony PSP [JP] (jan.19, 2006) "Street Fighter Zero 3 Double Upper [Model ULJM-05082]"
    Sony PSP [US] (feb.7, 2006) "Street Fighter Alpha 3 MAX [Model ULUS-10062]"
    Sony PSP [EU] (mar.10, 2006) "Street Fighter Alpha 3 MAX [Model ULES-00235]"

    PORTS
    • CONSOLES:
    [JP] Sony PlayStation (dec.23, 1998) "Street Fighter Zero [Model SLPS-01777]"
    [US] Sony PlayStation (apr.30, 1999) "Street Fighter Alpha 3 [Model SLUS-00821]"
    Sega Dreamcast [JP] (jul.8, 1999) "Street Fighter Zero 3 - Saikyooryuu Doujou [Model T-1203M]": The title screen in the game proper says "Street Fighter Alpha 3 - Saikyo Dojo"
    [JP] Sega Saturn (aug.6, 1999) "Street Fighter Zero 3 [Model T-1247G]"
    [EU] Sony PlayStation (2000) "Street Fighter Alpha 3 [Model SLES-01863]"
    [US] Sega Dreamcast (may.31, 2000) "Street Fighter Alpha 3 [Model T-1203N]"
    Sega Dreamcast [EU] (sept.29, 2000) "Street Fighter Alpha 3 [Model T-7005D-50]"

    • HANDHELDS:
    [JP] Nintendo GBA (sept.27, 2002) "Street Fighter Zero 3 Upper [Model AGB-AZUJ-JPN]"
    [EU] Nintendo GBA (nov.29, 2002) "Street Fighter Alpha 3 [Model AGB-AZUP-EUR]"
    [US] Nintendo GBA (dec.1, 2002) "Street Fighter Alpha 3 [Model AGB-AZUE-USA]"
    [AU] Sony PSP (2006) "Street Fighter Alpha 3 MAX" by THQ
    [JP] Sony PSP (jan.19, 2006) "Street Fighter Zero 3 Double Upper [Model ULJM-05082]"
    [US] Sony PSP (feb.7, 2006) "Street Fighter Alpha 3 MAX [Model ULUS-10062]"
    [EU] Sony PSP (mar.10, 2006) "Street Fighter Alpha 3 MAX [Model ULES-00235]"

    CONTRIBUTE
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