The games presentation is a mixed bag, it offers up a variety of options for the games visuals, letting you swap between the original size, a zoomed view and the one to avoid, a widescreen view that stretches the game, the result of which makes the game, all of them, look horrible. When you are playing in either the normal view or zoomed view, the game can be framed with a banner wallpaper, some of which are quite nice. The only issue is that there is only one per game and you can either have it on or off and while off is not a terrible thing, if you have the game in its regular view, you end up with a lot of black around the game.
The other two options are the history and making of sections, getting the making of out of the way is simple, it holds a host of documents for four games, including the original pitch for Street Fighter. Sadly, all the documents are in Japanese and not all of them have the captions that some do, so learning about some will be challenging. The History mode though is perhaps the best mode, if you like history, as the game gives you a timeline of the series from its release in 1987, until 2018, covering the games, animations, like action movies and more.