Excerpt: Is there a videogame series in history thats gone through more incarnations than Capcoms Street Fighter ? I really dont think so. Like ice cream purveyor Baskin-Robbins, Capcoms motto seems to be "31 flavors" when it comes to their most famous franchise. (Although they may have already exceeded that number... I lost count a few years ago.
Conclusion: I can't stop raving about how good this game looks - I was extremely impressed with the great detail of the character textures. Even the little extras like the small thuds they make when hitting the ground don't go unnoticed – all the visual and aural details were well taken care of. The most detracting aspect of SFEX3 is some of the voice acting.
Excerpt: Let's face it, everywhere you go, almost every console you play, you have seen or played a Street Fighter game. Whether it's Fighter Street in a Funcoland store, Street Fighter 2 at your friend Jon's house, or Marvel vs. Capcom for Dreamcast in your local EB World. You can't escape Capcom's biggest phenomenon and the world's most recognized fighting game franchise, if not gaming franchise period.
Excerpt: Probably the most popular fighting game franchise around the world, Street Fighter is a legend. Though the series hasn't changed its basic formula much over the years, Capcom adds enough to each chapter to keep the series going strong. A few years ago, Capcom took the series into 3D for the first time with Street Fighter EX Plus for the PSOne. The play mechanics were basically the same, but the characters were all modeled in 3D along with the backgrounds.
Excerpt: When Arika took on the take of fleshing out what is arguably Capcom's most well-known 2D character base, some people balked. Years of revisions and redesigns had sculpted the Street Fighters animations into some of the most detailed of any 2D game ever. How could someone possibly take that hand-drawn, combo-laiden, masterpiece and translate it into 3D? Well Arika, fueled by the Street Fighter series' creator, did just that.
Excerpt: On ne compte plus le nombre de versions de Street Fighter éditées sur quasiment tous les supports connus à ce jour. Le célèbre jeu de combat a su rallier, de par le monde, des centaines de milliers d'adeptes. Capcom a bien compris le phénomène et n'a de cesse, depuis le tout premier opus, de proposer une nouvelle version avec plus ou moins d'innovations. Le concept n'a pas réellement évolué depuis et l'on se demande bien ce que cette énième variante apporte de neuf.
Excerpt: La célèbre série de jeux Capcom lance une nouvelle génération de jeux Street Fighter EX3. Des graphismes extraordinaires, d'un réalisme remarquable, donnent vie à Street Fighter dans cet impressionnant combat ordinaire en équipe à la portée de tous.