Summary: This is the best fighting game ever! this game as many original characters such as Ryu, ken, Chun-li, and Guile...PLUS MORE! and many new characters such as Kairi, Skullomania, Sharon, Jack, and Hokuto...Plus more.......! and has many match types such as tag battles and 1 on 3 battles and team battles (5 vs 5 tournament type! if you buy this game you wont be disapointed! the only thing is the game doesn't have cammy :/ but overall very good!
Summary: When the PS2 hit Japan, Street Fighter EX3 was my personal favorite. Street Fighter EX3 tries to merge the classic Street Fighter gameplay with 3D graphics, and integrates new mechanics and modes to keep you busy. The game includes modes-including tag-team, team elimination and three-on-three dramatic battle. Street Fighter EX3 retains many of the classic characters that define the franchise such as Ryu, Sakura, Chun-li, and Vega with the inclusion of a few new faces.
Summary: This was one of the very first PS2 games I ever owned, as well as one of the first ever released. There are a lot of really cool things about it. You can't play one-on-one games, like the ones you play on earlier SF games (why wasn't there an option for that? Beats me), but the match types that are featured are neat. The practice mode (or whatever it's called) is a nice feature.
Summary: This can be safely claimed as the 'real' prequel to Street Fighter IV and it's sequels. The 1st (actually 3rd) Street Fighter game to use 3D polygonal graphics in a 2D plane. The graphics are slightly better than SF EX2 Plus on the original Playstation, but then again this is technically Capcom's 1st game for the then new PS2. Recommended for collectors only...