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 game is a good attempt for Capcom to bring Street Fighter to the 3D arena. It adds the tag-team element that is foreign to Street Fighter predecessors (except for the new Capcom vs. titles), and the combo attacks are fun to watch. Also there is a neat exhibition game at the end of it where you can basically open a can of "" on a horde of characters that can't really attack back. However, it lacks in story, with very minimal endings for the characters.
Street Fighter EX3 was decent but that's about it....
10 October 2002
Summary: You know, when I first played Street Fighter EX, I thought it was the most awesome 3D fighter around for the PSone. Then, last year, Street Fighter EX2 came out and, after playing it, I was disappointed because it seemed like the first game with a few new characters to fight with. The only redeeming quality it had was where you could record your fights and play them back in your own fashion. It was disappointing playing through the whole game only to be told..
A game that should've been more of a blast than before
Craig Juan, Amazon
24 March 2001
Summary: Street Fighter was the only fighting game that captured my interest ever since I was only 8 years old. I got into it when I played Street Fighter II for the Super Nintendo. And as I grew older, I began going to arcades to find all the newly released Street Fighter games (Street Fighter Alpha, Street Fighter Alpha 2, Street Fighter Alpha 3, Street Fighter III: New Generation of Street Fighters, Street Fighter III: 2nd Impact, and Street Fighter III: Third Strike).
Summary: OK I've played basically ever Street Fighter game since Street Fighter 2 on SUper NES. This one of course has a lot better graphics and control but cmon its the same game as it was like 10 years ago ( so much the same that I beat the game with out using one continue my first time). This is a well made game but lets face it capcom you need to retire Street Fighter while your still ahead.
Excerpt: The Streetfighter EX series has always taken on a sort of ugly-step-child role when it comes to Capcom's most famous fighting game series and it's many spin-offs. For those of you who've never seen or played one of the games, they take Capcom's famous Streetfighter characters like Ryu, Ken and Chun Li, and makes 3D models of them, but still plays them in a 2D fighter.
Pros: Graphics are imroved, playable, 4 Player Tag
Cons: Sound, Graphics still aren't great, not Streetfighter
Excerpt: As a dedicated Street Fighter fan, I am proud to say that I have played and have every version possible on a Playstation. Upon playing EX = Alpha on the PS, my thoughts of this series have gone rapidly downhill. I find that this version clutches at straws to keep in competition with other decent beat 'em ups. I think that the Street Fighter name has been falsely used here and the characters have been hard done by.
Pros: Loving the tag combos, it still has the street fighter feel
Excerpt: Ok i have to be one of the biggest fans of street fighter games around - its THE all time classic beat em up, but - my friends - i am afraid to say that the good name of street fighter has been scorned by this pitiful game. Capcom, as with previous editions of the game on other consoles such as street fighter EX and plus alpha on the psx, etc, decided to put the powers of the new ps2 to use in creating a 3D version of the game, sadly thats about all its good for.