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Street Fighter EX Plus Alpha

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Title Screen

Street Fighter EX Plus Alpha

Developer: Arika
Publisher: Capcom
Platform: PlayStation
Released in JP: July 17, 1997
Released in US: September 30, 1997
Released in EU: November 1997


DebugIcon.png This game has debugging material.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.


Street Fighter EX Plus comes home to PlayStation, with two mainline Street Fighter veterans Sakura and Dhalsim joining the battle and a CG/FMV ending sequence for every featured character.

Test Menu

Street Fighter EX Plus Alpha TEST MODE.png Street Fighter EX Plus Alpha INPUT TEST.png

Use the following code to display a debug menu; the menu appears like an arcade operator test menu, except text other than Exit have been dummied out.

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Press Start (while still highlighting option 8) to enter an I/O TEST menu, which works like an arcade input test menu, although it does not test for face buttons.

(Source: Original TCRF research)

Regional Differences

Doctrine Dark

In the Japanese version, Doctrine Dark's throw move will have him place an explosive on the opponent's throat, causing them to be lit on fire when it explodes. Similarly to Street Fighter EX, his throw is replaced with a more generic backwards toss in other regions.

Options Menu

Japan International
SFEXPA Japan Option.png SFEXPA US Option.png

In the options menu, the button configuration section is titled "Key Config" in Japan and "Button Config" in other regions. A screen setting option was added to the options menu of the US/Europe versions and there is a more detailed description about how to enter and exit the options menu at the bottom (you must press Select in the Japanese version to exit and Start in the US/Europe versions).

Japan International
SFEXPA Japan Memory Card.png SFEXPA US Memory Card.png

An auto save option is exclusive to the Japanese version, but is missing overseas.