Street Fighter (ストリートファイター, Sutorīto Faitā?) is a video game from Capcom fighting arcade system 68000 Based in 1987. It will be is in 1988 for Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, MS-DOS, PC-Engine, ZX Spectrum, and then in 2006 on PlayStation 2 and Xbox and PlayStation Portable1, 2.
This is the first episode of the famous Street Fighter series.

 The first version of the game was for originality to offer players to lead the characters using a joystick and two buttons analogue (mechatronics): the power of the fist or foot moves was proportional to the pressure on these buttons, each stroke that can be worn low, normally or strongly. Bonus levels did however impose no limitations, players were given a higher score most strongly supporting possible on buttons.
This system was quickly abandoned due to abuse and the abuse suffered video game arcades, some players not reluctant not to climb on furniture for typing the foot on the buttons to get a high score.
The classical system six buttons, each button single-shot handguns or force different foot, subsequently used in most Capcom fighting games, was then used as a replacement for the analog keys.
Street Fighter introduced also the special moves that became one of the trademarks series: the discharge of Ki (Hadoken), Dragon Punch (Shoryuuken) and the Hurricane Kick (Tatsumaki Senpuu Kyaku), executable with a fast of the joystick movement combined with a touch of time pressure.