Whoa, hey, Capcom Mobile is on a roll. After releasing a pretty hefty and free content update to Street Fighter 4: Volt this morning, the publisher has released two new (old) games on the App Store. Starting now, you can re-live some of your old coin-op beat-em-up memories with Final Fight iOS [$.99]. Or, if classic Street Fighter is more your thing, you can also check out three different versions of Street Fighter 2 in Street Fighter 2 Collection [$3.99].

Final Fight, as you’ve probably noticed, is carrying a promotional $.99 price tag, which strikes us as pretty appropriate considering you’ve probably purchased this game in some shape or form a billion times already. This specific version, however, does roll in virtual controls and a finishing move button. Also, if you’ve got pals with phones, you can connect with one via Bluetooth for co-op action. And before you ask: dibs on Haggar.

In bummer news, Street Fighter II Collection is also shackled by Bluetooth. In much brighter news, it’s a heck of a package for fans of the series -- it rolls in the original game, Street Fighter II: Championship Edition, and Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting all in one app. They all appear to be relatively untouched content-wise, but like with Final Fight the notable iOS tweak is an “easy-to-use one button finishing move.”

One note: both games require iOS 4.1 (or better) and don’t support a lot of older devices. Check the game notes before you go nuts.

  • http://www.facebook.com/danielbelini Daniel Belini

    What's the difference between this Final Fight and the one in Capcom Arcade?

    • Anonymous

      The one in Capcom Arcade is in the Capcom Arcade app. The standalone is 40MB, the arcade collection is 300MB whether or not you buy anything inside it. If you already have the Final Fight in Capcom Arcade, you already have Final Fight. 

      • cwboyer

        Does that mean if you have the Capcom Arcade version, you can download and use this, or no? Because it would be a shame for people to expect the bluetooth connectivity and not have access to it.

  • Ben Collins

    >> Still no iPad version


    • Anonymous

      Um, is your 2X button broken?

      • NanthanielCBC

        The iTunes page specifically says it was "not designed for the iPad & iPad 2".  They don't totally support those devices.  So BenDTU has a good point.

  • http://twitter.com/stuartcarnie Stuart Carnie

    Any mention of iCADE?

  • http://twitter.com/Projectwolfie Chris Overbee

    Pleeeeease Megaman Arcade games next! Or Cyberbots.

    • Anon

      Megaman Arcade game? Like two player in Megaman and Bass? Hells yes.

      • http://twitter.com/Projectwolfie Chris Overbee

        Sort of.  There were two games released in the arcades that were essentially only the boss fights in the normal games.  And were they ever a lot more fun than it sounds.

      • Anon

        Looked it up, it's called The Power Battles. Looks awesome.

  • http://twitter.com/chrisdude Chris Williams

    I've purchased the Final Fight "machine" in the arcade app, but I'm considering buying the separate app, just for kicks. It's one of my all-time favorite games.

    But does anyone know what the author means by "virtual controls?" How is that different?

  • http://twitter.com/FlacoNY23 Flaco Boy

    damn im so soso close to buy the damn Street Fighter 2 game..im going on vacation tomorrow it be hot to play that on the airplane just to remember old days

  • Anon

    Asphalt 6 is Free!

    • http://profiles.google.com/fleshman1992 Laszlo Tuss

      Yes, and its also a piece of crap.
      Free is still to expensive for that sh!t

      • Anon

        Cool, just thought of letting you know.

    • bones boy

      Heard you the first 10 times. Stop posting all over the place.

      • Anon

        Sorry, posting everywhere so that people will know. It's been free for over a day and theres no article about it, so I just don't want anyone missinng out.

  • http://twitter.com/Schvitzing Misty Jugs

    I'm not a fan of the Capcom Arcade, so I'm glad their single apps. Final Fight and Street Fighter are two of my favorite games. I'll definitely be getting them this weekend.

  • Farmboy74

    When are capcom going to start to support the iPad?, these games would look good on the iPad as native app and would amazing if they had Icade support

  • Zpiders

    Playing these games using an emulated control pad is painful!

    • NathanielCBC

      No doubt... lack of good control is the hidden downfall of iOS games. Most types of advanced and exciting games just DO NOT WORK WELL on an iPad. This might be fixable if Apple releases a controller.

  • Dinesh B24

    STREET FIGHTER is a well known game on iTunes Store.. These type of games are not easy to play with imitated pads, apple need to releases a controller for iPhone game apps.....

    • BruteOutlawz

      Streetfighter controls work fine on ios, i dont have any problem pulling of the moves

  • Sébastien Amour

    CapcomArcade works with old hardware. Why standalone apps don't ? Why a 3GS and iOS4, if it worked with iPhone1 and iPhone3G with iOS3 ???

    • http://twitter.com/Projectwolfie Chris Overbee

      I'm honestly wondering this.  What are they using to build these, I mean I'm all for stability but there's just a point where the emulators shouldn't be doing this much better than the ports.

  • Sébastien Amour

    CapcomArcade works with old hardware. Why standalone apps don't ? Why a 3GS and iOS4, if it worked with iPhone1 and iPhone3G with iOS3 ???

  • Guest

    FREAKING SICKKKKKKKKKK!!!!!! I hope they include online and bluetooth with Street Fighter II.

  • Asd

    Way to go capcom!

    Multiple versions of the same product is the best way to confuse and alienate your consumer base!

    Good job guys!

    • Anonymous

      I dunno about that, I had zero interest in installing capcom arcade, even thought it had final fight on it. (if i want final fight in my pocket, I have a Gameboy Micro and the final fight cartridge!) 

      That said, i bought this one no question. In case I've left the gameboy at home 😉