A sequel, Street Fighter EX2, was released for arcades in 1998.

The side-scrolling beat 'em up Final Fight was originally promoted with the working title Street Fighter '89. This game release took place in a year before the release Rival Schools: United by Fate, the first entry of Rival Schools series, where one of the Street Fighter characters who appeared in Alpha 2 appeared there. [2] The original game used pressure sensitive pads to measure the three strengths of attack used in the game. Bison compiles doomsday codes, which are the launch protocols for every known nuclear bomb on Earth, and plans to not take over the world, but to destroy it. Like in the games, Bison is the ruthless and megalomaniacal ruler of Shadaloo. Belger's right-hand man and second-in-command of the Mad Gear Gang in "Final Fight". An expert medical scientist who serves as Guile's ex-girlfriend. as he watches Guile get beaten up by one of his mutant soldiers. A Hong Kong movie version was also released in 1993 called Future Cops or Chao ji xue xiao ba wang (超級街頭霸王 (called 超級學校霸王 in Taiwan))[20] roughly translated School King (and a.k.a. Most of the Street Fighter II fighters were included, plus a couple of new characters: Sawada, from the movie, and Blade, a character with a bazooka, knives, and stun rod. Guile assembles a team consisting of Chun-Li, Ryu, Ken and Blanka and heads into the jungle to put an end to Bison's scheme. Bison has just stolen a biological virus from Guile's old flame, Lucinda (or "Cindy"), that can kill an infected person within 24 hours of instant contact. The games has released individually or through compilations such as Street Fighter Collection and more recently the Capcom Classics Collection series. Ken gets creative license for the script, and writes himself in as the star instead of Fei Long. This episode was part of a crossover storyline that spanned the other shows in USA Network's "Action Extreme Team" lineup (. Once Phil places 2nd at the tournament just behind the owner of the local comic book cafe, Evil-Dan, he is bitten by the bug realizing his natural talent for Street Fighter can give him a real shot at taking gaming to the next level. After the release of the original Street Fighter, Capcom produced an NES game known as Street Fighter 2010: The Final Fight. 3rd Strike introduced a couple of further gameplay changes - the "Red Parry", which lets a player parry while blocking, and a grading evaluation system which ranks (from lowest to highest): E, D, C, B, A, S, SS, XS, MSF.

A PlayStation Portable version titled Alpha 3 MAX, or Zero 3 Double Upper in Japan, contains the added characters from the GBA version and Ingrid from Capcom Fighting Evolution. One of the popular titles was known as Master Fighter, that had several sequels (including one featuring Nintendo character Mario). Capcom has also licensed Street Fighter to developer Daletto for a PC versus fighter, Street Fighter Online: Mouse Generation. All 17 fighters from Super Street Fighter II Turbo appeared in some form throughout the entire series, with Guile, Chun-Li, Blanka, Ryu, Ken and Cammy serving as the show's primary characters, while M. Bison, Sagat, Vega and Zangief serve as primary antagonists. Home versions were released for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 and PC on February 12, February 17, and February 20, 2009, in Japan, North America, and Europe respectively.