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Street Fighter EX3 (2000)


(as Nin as Akira Nishitani)


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Katashi Ishizuka ... Ryu (voice)
Tetsuya Iwanaga ... Ken Masters (voice)
Yûko Miyamura ... Chun-Li (voice)
... Guile (voice) (as Tessyou Genda)
Yoshiharu Yamada ... Dhalsim (voice)
... Zangief / Doctrine Dark (voice)
Takeshi Yamane ... Blanka (voice) (as Tsuyoshi Yamane)
... Vega / Kairi (voice)
Tomomichi Nishimura ... M. Bison / Akuma (voice)
Yûko Sasamoto ... Sakura Kasugano (voice)
... Hokuto (voice)
Issei Futamata ... Skullomania (voice)
Banjô Ginga ... Cracker Jack (voice) (as Banjyou Ginga)
... Sharon (voice)
... Nanase (voice)


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Zangief: [As a joke when he wins] Shoryuken!
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Crazy Credits

As the credits roll, you can control your character and beat up the enemies during the credits. When you continuously defeat the afro muscular man, he will grow larger with every appearance when the previous one gets defeated. See more »


Follows Street Fighter III: New Generation (1997) See more »

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Just like a cross between Super SF2 and Marvel Vs Capcom Vs SNK...
8 July 2004 | by See all my reviews

One of the big additions to this latest version of the Street Fighter EX trilogy is the Tag-team mode, as seen in Tekken Tournament and Capcom's VS games. In the standard Single-player mode, you pick one character, but then every time you beat somebody, you have the option of having them join your team. You then enter the next battle with two characters, and can swap them in and out in order to take a rest and recharge their energy. This also makes for some great depth in the form of tag combos, where both characters can cooperate and attack the opponent at the same time.

Aside from this big addition, there is also a version of the "Custom Combo" from SF Alpha, as well as all the traditional super moves and so on. The gameplay is a fairly standard 2D affair, with only a couple of moves using the extra dimension. All but one of the characters from SFEX2 return, and there is one new one, in the form of Ace, who is a design-your-own character type affair as seen in wrestling games- you are given a choice of moves to add, and this makes him a very versatile character (imagine Ryu's dragon punch and Chun-Li's lightning leg together)

Oh, and if you have a multitap, you can even play 4-players simultaneous, as either 2-on-2 or 3-on-1... All in all, a great addition to the PS2 library.

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