Street Fighter EX Plus α

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Street Fighter EX Plus α is a 2D fighting game with 3D graphics and the PlayStation port of the original game co-produced by Capcom and Arika.

The gameplay consists of the same vs. fighting matches, with the same features such as: 3 level super combo gauge, guard break, cancel moves and super cancel moves. This port features the 21 characters from the arcade port plus 2 new characters such as Sakura Kasugano and Dhalsim to make a total of 23 characters. It also contains game modes such as the original arcade mode; versus mode (a free 2 player mode); team battle mode (a group battle with a set number of teammates); survival mode to test your fighting skills; time attack mode to compete against the clock; training mode to practice your combos and attacks, with a sub-mode called expert mode to learn special moves and combos and unlock cool stuff; and watch mode (watch a two-player match controlled by the CPU).


  • ストリートファイターEX PLUS α - Japanese spelling

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Credits (PlayStation version)

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Average score: 82% (based on 16 ratings)


Average score: 3.9 out of 5 (based on 11 ratings with 2 reviews)

Terrible Fighting Game

The Good
Wow. That's a toughy. Uh, nothing.

The Bad
The graphics were so bad I wanted to puke. I couldn't beat anybody on any difficulty level. The special moves are impossible to do. So boring I had trouble breathing.

The Bottom Line
If you want a good fighting game look at Soul Blade.

PlayStation · by Attila (553) · 2001

Decent but let down by standard pad.

The Good
The gameplay feels like Street Fighter still and the barrel mini game looks good in 3D. The amount of characters was large for a SF game at the time and still these days only has competition from SFA 3 and Marvel vs Capcom 2(both are superior games to be honest). The music is good to my ears anyway those who like J-Rock and J-Pop style music will enjoy the soundtrack. The backgrounds are nice too and having Guile in a game at this time was good as he had been replaced by his bland brother Charlie.

The Bad
Visually it offended some at the time never mind in as i right this 2007. Box fighter was one term used and it looks nowhere near as good as the amazing port of Virtua Fighter 2 on the Saturn that came out in 1995. It pales next to PSX titles like Tekken 2 also. The controls also stink if you are using a standard PSX or PS2 pad, If you use a arcade stick or the Street Fighter 15th anniversary pad(which is really a Sega Saturn Japanese/European and USA mark 2 pad) then the problem is fixed however.

The Bottom Line
It was an interesting new venture for the Street Fighter series with Capcom making the jump to 3D. Its not an awful game with all the moves you know well if you are a Street Fighter fan working for your fave characters. The music is decent too with the best being Sakura's to my ears. The new characters added for the EX series are a bit hit and miss with some being good and others look like they took all of 5 mins to make up. Its a game that Street Fighter fans will find interesting others who want a retro 3D fighter are best getting Virtua Fighter 2 for the Saturn, if they want a PSX game then Tekken 3 is the one id recommend although its a bit of a button masher compared to VF but fun nonetheless.

PlayStation · by Byron Law (9) · 2007

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  • MobyGames ID: 3747


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Game added by Kartanym.

Additional contributors: Zaibatsu.

Game added April 10th, 2001. Last modified June 17th, 2023.