Of all the coin-operated arcade games that started life in the '80s-tucked in the corner at your local Laundromat or sitting between a pinball machine and an air hockey table at the mall-Street Fighter is probably the best known and most enduring. Over time, the battling game found its way out of a clunky arcade box and into home gaming consoles. And somehow it kept gaining fans. The big reason for that? This is one of those titles that tries to offer something to anyone who happens along.