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Street Fighter EX

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Street Fighter EX

Developer: Arika
Publisher: Capcom
Platform: Arcade (Sony ZN-1)
Released in JP: 1996
Released in US: 1996

SoundIcon.png This game has unused sounds.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

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Before there was Street Fighter IV, with its 3D graphics (but with classic 2D gameplay), there was Street Fighter EX.

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Regional Differences

In the Japanese version, after beating the last boss, the player's character will do their win pose and a text-based ending epilogue will be shown. Each character has one. However, in the international versions, the text was removed and the character just stands there while entering a hi-score name.

Translations for those endings can be found here.

As with previous games in the series, M. Bison (the dictator) is known as Vega and Akuma is known as Gouki in Japan.

D. Dark's Throw

D. Dark's punch throw, where he grabs the opponent and slits their throat, is censored when the game is set to a region other than mainland Japan. The game itself has a special region setting for prefectures of Odawara and Niigata that also censors the move due to stricter regulations in those prefectures. However, the code for the slit throat animation can still be found in the game.

Mainland Japan World, Niigata/Odawara
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