- 4thletter.netMalibu’s Street Fighter Comic: Here Comes an Old Challenger!
A look back at Malibu's ill-fated Street Fighter series, lots of horrible artwork from the comics if you can stomach it!
- adlervermillion.comCapcom vs Data East
Background and analysis of Capcom's attempted injunction against Data East in 1994.
- arcadequartermaster.comArcade Quartermaster
A true labour of love, contains a wealth of screenshots and information about all the classic Capcom games (and others too!)
- cammyfan.comCammy Fan
'Cammy & more!' Someone else who is a big Cammy fan. Gloriously prepossessing and sincere, hundreds of pictures too, many of which are quite rare.
- capcom.co.jp/sf4Capcom Japan: Super Street Fighter IV profiles
Official source for Street Fighter IV character profiles.
- capcom-unity.comCapcom Unity
In particular, Kramez's enlightening article on Dee Jay (with creator James Goddard) and BigMex's incredibly detailed and passionate article 'How to Design a Street Fighter Character'.
- capcom.wikia.comCapcom Database
A fan-edited Capcom encylopædia. Good character bios and game synopsis. Lots of pictures, logos and boxart. An excellent starting point on any Capcom subject.
- combovid.comGlitch Handbook: Street Fighter II Arcade
error1's article about glitches in arcade SFII is extraordinarily comprehensive and well explained. I am indebted to the piece for several entries plus images of a red hadoken and hitboxes. A fascinating site.
- daily.redbullmusicacademy.comInterview: Street Fighter II's Yoko Shimomura
Interview with Street Fighter II music composor Yoko Shimomura.
- dammit.typepad.comSF2 codes and random findings
Dammit's blog entry from June 2011 with some interesting bits and bobs about Street Fighter II.
- deviantart.comMiles Riley's DeviantArt gallery
The Street Fighter III style sprites of Street Fighter V characters in Volume IV come from the talented hands of Miles Riley. Thanks Miles, really excellent work.
- dsarena.free.frDark Saviour's Arena
As many of the entries in the Miscellany refer to stage backgrounds this was a hugely useful resource. I am extremely grateful to the author and commend his open source philosophy.
Besides being a great site devoted to Capcom fighting games and tournament play, I am personally thankful to Catalyst, via Alex Jebailey, for posting this site in the news section of EventHubs and helping me reach a much bigger audience.
Massive database of information on fighting games. I'm indebted to them for the render of the 'Judgement Gals'.
- fightersgeneration.comFighters Generation
Another excellent resource for information on the Street Fighter games (or any other fighting game for that matter).
- fightingstreet.comFighting Street
Very well researched and lovingly put together. Their section on character look-alikes is far more comprehensive than I could ever hope to muster, likewise their article on Shadaloo and Nazism. Surely one of the top Street Fighter fansites online.
- flyers.arcade-museum.comArcade Flyers
Outstanding database of arcade flyers, past and present.
- game.capcom.comShadaloo Combat Research Initiative
Character profiles written from the perspective of Shadaloo as a tie-in for Street Fighter V. Useful for filling in the blanks but some of the weights/heights differ here to the official IV profiles so it's getting messy keeping tabs on what's official.
- games5/sf2tbThe GamesTM Legacy
Detailed page covering the GamesTM debate about the appearance of SFII in Father Ted. The author of this site came achingly close to the answer!
- gamesdbase.comGames Database
Online Games System Repository. Along with MAWS this is a great website for researching old games and technical info.
Game reviews, overviews, forums, cheats, faqs.... Activity on the boards tends heavily towards new releases but the amount of content on the faq pages is mightily impressive. Also one of the homes of The Street Fighter Plot Guide.
A wealth of user-editable content on a huge number of games and quietly a very good resource for images too.
- insertcredit.com/features/makingsf2Insert Credit: The Making of Street Fighter II
Chris Kohler's excellent article on the 'Street Fighter II Complete File' book (1992), specifically the section on the making of the game. Fascinating reading, well illustrated. I'm grateful to this article for my entry on abandoned/early designs.
- jap-sai.com/Games/Street_Fighterjap-sai.com - Street Fighter (Series)
As well as being a comprehensive online store selling all sorts of rare books and games, jap-sai.com contains lots of high-quality artwork for every game in the Street Fighter series and many more besides.
- mamedev.orgMultiple Arcade Machine Emulator
Relentless in its pursuit of perfection, a simply wonderful piece of software. Many of the images on this site owe their existence to MAME and 'F12'!
Stunningly comprehensive and reliable resource for arcade roms and technical info. Researching the individual releases would have been considerably more difficult without MAWS.
- mickmcgintyart.comMick McGinty
The homepage of artist Mick McGinty, responsible for possibly the most iconic image in the history of Street Fighter internationally; the cover art for home versions of World Warrior! A thoroughly decent fellow too.
- polygon.comStreet Fighter II: An Oral History
Brilliant, in-depth article by Matt Leone featuring interviews from key names in the making of Street Fighter II. Lots of insight and interesting tid-bits, pretty on the eye too.
- rq87.flyingomelette.comRage Quitter 87's Final Fight Shrine
A really enjoyable Final Fight fansite, loads of background info and trivia. I am most indebted to Rage Quitter 87 for the information on censorship in home ports of Final Fight. The Street Fighter pages are also incredible. Best on the web.
- shmuplations.comStreet Fighter II – 1991 Developer Interview
This is a tremendous translation of an interview with Akira Nishitani from 1991, shortly after the release of Warrior's Dreams. I was delighted to discover that the author of this site had included a link to my site; thank-you!
This fighting-game community needs no introduction, a great source for news and events and the forums are a hive of activity with very knowledgeable fans.
- siliconeraThe Making of Street Fighter X Mega Man
Informative little piece about the making of SF X MM, with insight from the game's creator.
- slateman.netThe Sigil of Slateman
I stumbled across Slateman's website whilst searching for clean images of stage backgrounds and sprite sheets and it more than fits the bill. It is a very comprehensive site whilst being a lot of fun so full credit to him for his work.
steamboy33 is Arnold Tsang, one of Udon's most celebrated artists. I don't think I've ever seen a piece of his work that I haven't enjoyed. I have used his incredible 'what-if' Street Fighter IV sprites in Volume III of this site.
- strategywiki.org/wikiStrategy Wiki
The entries on the various Street Fighter games are the source for most of the character renders used on the profiles on this site. For that I am extremely thankful. Above and beyond that, it's a truly great resource for characters' movesets.
- streetfighter.wikia.comThe Street Fighter Wiki
Similar to the Capcom database but more focused in ambition. Lots of bios, profiles and galleries and constantly expanding.
- streetfighterdevotion.comStreet Fighter Devotion
The 'Definitive Street Fighter Gamelist' at Street Fighter Devotion proved immensely helpful in compiling my own Street Fighter timeline and in cataloging the numerous cameos appearances. Extremely comprehensive website from a passionate group.
- tcrf.netThe Cutting Room Floor
A tremendous resource of unused material unearthed from videogame ROMs. I am indebted to the site for many things, but especially for entries involving the SFII scroll test and the prototype version of Hugo in SFIII.
- tinyrebel.co.ukTiny Rebel
Check out Tiny Rebel's homepage here and learn more about 'Hadouken' and their other craft beers!
- twingalaxies.comTwin Galaxies
Affiliated with Guiness World Records, Twin Galaxies are the authority on videogame high scores. The world record for points in SSFIIT (no continues, difficulty 8) is 1,865,000....
- udonentertainment.com/blogUdon Entertainment
Udon crew's licensed works on Capcom properties are all utterly sublime. On a personal note I have had several heartwarming experiences with their customer service people who couldn't have been any more helpful or accomodating.
- users.globalnet.co.uk/~bevhome...Destroy All Monsters: Capcom Arcade Game Chronology
A comprehensive list from a devoted fan of '80s, '90s arcade gaming and much more besides on this great personal site.
- vendingtimes.comRemember Ken Sei Mogura?
Lovely article about Dr. Alan F. Meades restoration of a Ken Sei Mogura unit discovered in Margate's Dreamland amusement park in the UK.
- vgmuseum.comThe Video Game Museum
An enormous undertaking, monumental in scope, vgmuseum has information on just about every console ever made. The 'Arcade Endings' section was very handy for recapping endings in full without having to play the games through, over and over.
- wayninginterests.wordpress.com"The Number 33"
Michael Wayne's fascinating account of his search for the impossible-to-find last sticker in his highly rare Warrior's Dreams sticker album. I hope you manage to find it Mic!!
- zweifuss.caStreet Fighter III sprites and animations
A really tidy website, great interface. Contains animations, sprite sheets and backgrounds for all Third Strike characters.
- zytor.comStreet Fighter Palette Database
Beautiful clean design, a great archive of all the different colour swaps for every 2D Street Fighter.
Thanks finally to everyone who has written kind words about the site, either to me personally or elsewhere online; it is truly appreciated.