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Let's Play Street Fighter III: Third Strike Online Edition

Posted on Thursday, August 25 @ 12:00:00 Eastern by

I love Third Strike. As great as Street Fighter IV is, I'll always love Third Strike more. It's the most fluid, best controlling, and most approachable Street Fighter title. Of course, when there's already tons of players with skill-levels completely dwarfing yours, it's hard to get into the game. Don't let that deter you from downloading Third Strike Online Edition though. With a ton of new blood, there's sure to be a way to find yourself some challenging, but evenly matched opponents. I've only played against some computer players. Here's how far I got with those AI opponents.
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