History VideoGame / StreetFighterEX

2nd Aug '17 12:14:11 PM X2X
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[[SequelGap In 2017]], Arika [[https://twitter.com/miharasan/status/847840152223268864 announced]] a follow-up to ''Street Fighter EX'' and its [[SpiritualSuccessor loose spin-off]] ''VideoGame/FightingLayer'' under the WorkingTitle of ''Fighting EX Layer'' [[note]]as it incorporates a mix of gameplay mechanics from both titles, such as the Guard Breaks of ''Street Fighter EX'' and sidestepping and walled arenas from ''Fighting Layer''; despite this, it is colloquially known by fans as ''Street Fighter [=EX4=]''[[/note]] with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2x8c-RFGnA gameplay footage]] to show off. The announcement, [[MilestoneCelebration meant to celebrate Arika's extended 20th anniversary]] [[note]]the company was founded in 1995[[/note]], came on AprilFoolsDay, [[DidntThinkThisThrough leading many to initially believe it was a joke]]. Others thought the game looked [[OverlyPrePreparedGag way too real and polished]] to possibly be a joke (explained in part [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuXXbQJHqgc#t=2m27s here]]), and as it turns out, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1UShcCfcl4 the game is indeed playable]] and was even [[http://shoryuken.com/2017/03/31/its-real-check-out-arikas-livestream-of-their-new-street-fighter-exfighting-layer-based-fighter/ live]][[http://www.fightersgeneration.com/screens2/arika-sfex-april2017.htm streamed]] [[https://pvplive.net/c/arika-confirms-new-fighting-game-for-20th-annivers later that day]] at [[https://www.facebook.com/co.arika/posts/1334036619965033 a promotional exhibition event-slash-location test]] featuring Arika staff members and notable ''Street Fighter'' player [[UsefulNotes/FGCAces Ryota "Kazunoko" Inoue]]. (According to Akira's vice president Ichiro Mihara, the development of ''Fighting EX Layer'' being hidden for so long was, in fact, the joke.) At EVO 2017, the game was confirmed to be under development for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 with simultaneous launch in 2018.

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[[SequelGap In 2017]], Arika [[https://twitter.com/miharasan/status/847840152223268864 announced]] a follow-up to ''Street Fighter EX'' and its [[SpiritualSuccessor loose spin-off]] ''VideoGame/FightingLayer'' under the WorkingTitle of ''Fighting EX Layer'' [[note]]as it incorporates a mix of gameplay mechanics from both titles, such as the Guard Breaks of ''Street Fighter EX'' and sidestepping and walled arenas from ''Fighting Layer''; despite this, it is colloquially known by fans as ''Street Fighter [=EX4=]''[[/note]] with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2x8c-RFGnA gameplay footage]] to show off. The announcement, [[MilestoneCelebration meant to celebrate Arika's extended 20th anniversary]] [[note]]the company was founded in 1995[[/note]], came on AprilFoolsDay, [[DidntThinkThisThrough leading many to initially believe it was a joke]]. Others thought the game looked [[OverlyPrePreparedGag way too real and polished]] to possibly be a joke (explained in part [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuXXbQJHqgc#t=2m27s here]]), and as it turns out, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1UShcCfcl4 the game is indeed playable]] and was even [[http://shoryuken.com/2017/03/31/its-real-check-out-arikas-livestream-of-their-new-street-fighter-exfighting-layer-based-fighter/ live]][[http://www.fightersgeneration.com/screens2/arika-sfex-april2017.htm streamed]] [[https://pvplive.net/c/arika-confirms-new-fighting-game-for-20th-annivers later that day]] at [[https://www.facebook.com/co.arika/posts/1334036619965033 a promotional exhibition event-slash-location test]] featuring Arika staff members and notable ''Street Fighter'' player [[UsefulNotes/FGCAces Ryota "Kazunoko" Inoue]]. (According to Akira's vice president Ichiro Mihara, the development of ''Fighting EX Layer'' being hidden for so long was, in fact, the joke.) At EVO 2017, the game was confirmed to be under development for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 with a simultaneous launch in 2018.



* TwoAndAHalfD: Contrary to popular belief, and much like ''[[VideoGame/StreetFighterIV IV]]'' would do years down the road, the combat system remained strictly [=2D=], the only changes being the 3D polygonal models and certain moves taking advantage of more dynamic camera angles as opposed to being set purely on a 2D plane.

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* TwoAndAHalfD: Contrary to popular belief, and much like ''[[VideoGame/StreetFighterIV IV]]'' would do years down the road, the combat system remained strictly [=2D=], 2D, the only changes being the 3D polygonal models and certain moves taking advantage of more dynamic camera angles as opposed to being set purely on a 2D plane.



* CombinationAttack: The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gcSlEaLg4w Meteor Tag Combos]] from ''[=EX3=]''.

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* CombinationAttack: The [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gcSlEaLg4w Meteor Tag Combos]] from ''[=EX3=]''.



** Even the naming conventions for some of the music aren't safe. Take Garuda, for instance. In ''EX'' and ''[=EX3=]'', his theme is entitled "Stronger." That's not bad by any means, but his ''[=EX2=]'' boss theme and ''[=EX3=]'' Original Mode mid-boss theme are respectively "More Stronger" and "Great Stronger" as opposed to "Even Stronger," "More Strong," "Strongest", etc.

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** Even the naming conventions for some of the music aren't safe. Take Garuda, for instance. In ''EX'' and ''[=EX3=]'', his theme is entitled "Stronger." That's not bad by any means, but his ''[=EX2=]'' boss theme and ''[=EX3=]'' Original Mode mid-boss theme are respectively "More Stronger" and "Great Stronger" as opposed to "Even Stronger," "More Strong," "Strongest", "Strongest," etc.



** DivergentCharacterEvolution: Mostly started in the second game, although Allen was unique from the start with the inclusion of kickboxing moves, his Justice Fist (which could [[AttackReflector deflect projectiles]]), and two command throws. On the other hand, Kairi mostly played like a more balanced Akuma at first, although with Akuma's [[PutOnABus absence]] starting in ''[=EX2=]'', Kairi essentially ''became'' Akuma. However, he did have his own odd quirks (such as his projectile not being thrown like a typical Hadouken [[note]]it instead appeared onscreen and stayed there for about half a second, its distance being gauged by the strength of the punch used[[/note]] and the [[KamehameHadoken Shouki Hatsudou]], a [[LimitBreak Meteor Combo]] [[HPToOne that brought his health down to a tiny sliver]] and was [[DeathOrGloryAttack best used as a finisher]]).
* SituationalDamageAttack:
** Cracker Jack's Final Punch is a ChargedAttack using three punch/kick buttons; depending on how long you charged it, it can deal low to massive damage (more than half a life bar, even).
** As Jack's moveset is lifted almost wholesale from [[VideoGame/StreetFighterII Balrog]], it should come as no surprise that Balrog's Turn Punch operates identically.

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** DivergentCharacterEvolution: Mostly started in the second game, although Allen was unique from the start with the inclusion of kickboxing moves, his Justice Fist (which could [[AttackReflector deflect projectiles]]), and two command throws. On the other hand, Kairi mostly played like a more balanced Akuma at first, although with Akuma's [[PutOnABus absence]] starting in ''[=EX2=]'', Kairi essentially ''became'' Akuma. However, he did have his own odd quirks (such as his projectile not being thrown like a typical Hadouken Hadoken [[note]]it instead appeared onscreen and stayed there for about half a second, its distance being gauged by the strength of the punch button used[[/note]] and the [[KamehameHadoken Shouki Hatsudou]], a [[LimitBreak Meteor Combo]] [[HPToOne that brought his health down to a tiny sliver]] and was [[DeathOrGloryAttack was best used as a finisher]]).
* SituationalDamageAttack:
**
SituationalDamageAttack: Cracker Jack's Final Punch is a ChargedAttack using three punch/kick buttons; depending on how long you charged it, it can deal low to massive damage (more than half a life bar, even).
**
even). As Jack's moveset is lifted almost wholesale from [[VideoGame/StreetFighterII Balrog]], it should come as no surprise that the Final Punch is his answer to Balrog's Turn Punch operates identically.Punch.



* UnblockableAttack: The Guard Break. In ''[=EX3=]'', this was replaced by the Surprise Blow, which no longer cost super meter, but can be blocked. It still stuns the opponent, but only if they are crouching; if it successfully struck a midair opponent, they'll immediately be knocked to the ground instead of how Guard Breaks would pop them up into the air for a juggle.

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* UnblockableAttack: The Guard Break. In ''[=EX3=]'', this was replaced by the Surprise Blow, which no longer cost super meter, but can could be blocked. It still stuns the opponent, but only if they are crouching; if it successfully struck strikes a midair opponent, they'll immediately be knocked to the ground instead of how Guard Breaks would pop them up into the air for a juggle.
17th Jul '17 4:53:35 AM PF
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[[SequelGap In 2017]], Arika [[https://twitter.com/miharasan/status/847840152223268864 announced]] a follow-up to ''Street Fighter EX'' and its [[SpiritualSuccessor loose spin-off]] ''VideoGame/FightingLayer'' under the WorkingTitle of ''Fighting EX Layer'' [[note]]as it incorporates a mix of gameplay mechanics from both titles, such as the Guard Breaks of ''Street Fighter EX'' and sidestepping and walled arenas from ''Fighting Layer''; despite this, it is colloquially known by fans as ''Street Fighter [=EX4=]''[[/note]] with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2x8c-RFGnA gameplay footage]] to show off. The announcement, [[MilestoneCelebration meant to celebrate Arika's extended 20th anniversary]] [[note]]the company was founded in 1995[[/note]], came on AprilFoolsDay, [[DidntThinkThisThrough leading many to initially believe it was a joke]]. Others thought the game looked [[OverlyPrePreparedGag way too real and polished]] to possibly be a joke (explained in part [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuXXbQJHqgc#t=2m27s here]]), and as it turns out, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1UShcCfcl4 the game is indeed playable]] and was even [[http://shoryuken.com/2017/03/31/its-real-check-out-arikas-livestream-of-their-new-street-fighter-exfighting-layer-based-fighter/ live]][[http://www.fightersgeneration.com/screens2/arika-sfex-april2017.htm streamed]] [[https://pvplive.net/c/arika-confirms-new-fighting-game-for-20th-annivers later that day]] at [[https://www.facebook.com/co.arika/posts/1334036619965033 a promotional exhibition event-slash-location test]] featuring Arika staff members and notable ''Street Fighter'' player [[UsefulNotes/FGCAces Ryota "Kazunoko" Inoue]]. (According to Akira's vice president Ichiro Mihara, the development of ''Fighting EX Layer'' being hidden for so long was, in fact, the joke.) At EVO 2017, the game was confirmed to be under development for UsefulNotes/Playstation4 with simultaneous launch in 2018.

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[[SequelGap In 2017]], Arika [[https://twitter.com/miharasan/status/847840152223268864 announced]] a follow-up to ''Street Fighter EX'' and its [[SpiritualSuccessor loose spin-off]] ''VideoGame/FightingLayer'' under the WorkingTitle of ''Fighting EX Layer'' [[note]]as it incorporates a mix of gameplay mechanics from both titles, such as the Guard Breaks of ''Street Fighter EX'' and sidestepping and walled arenas from ''Fighting Layer''; despite this, it is colloquially known by fans as ''Street Fighter [=EX4=]''[[/note]] with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2x8c-RFGnA gameplay footage]] to show off. The announcement, [[MilestoneCelebration meant to celebrate Arika's extended 20th anniversary]] [[note]]the company was founded in 1995[[/note]], came on AprilFoolsDay, [[DidntThinkThisThrough leading many to initially believe it was a joke]]. Others thought the game looked [[OverlyPrePreparedGag way too real and polished]] to possibly be a joke (explained in part [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuXXbQJHqgc#t=2m27s here]]), and as it turns out, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1UShcCfcl4 the game is indeed playable]] and was even [[http://shoryuken.com/2017/03/31/its-real-check-out-arikas-livestream-of-their-new-street-fighter-exfighting-layer-based-fighter/ live]][[http://www.fightersgeneration.com/screens2/arika-sfex-april2017.htm streamed]] [[https://pvplive.net/c/arika-confirms-new-fighting-game-for-20th-annivers later that day]] at [[https://www.facebook.com/co.arika/posts/1334036619965033 a promotional exhibition event-slash-location test]] featuring Arika staff members and notable ''Street Fighter'' player [[UsefulNotes/FGCAces Ryota "Kazunoko" Inoue]]. (According to Akira's vice president Ichiro Mihara, the development of ''Fighting EX Layer'' being hidden for so long was, in fact, the joke.) At EVO 2017, the game was confirmed to be under development for UsefulNotes/Playstation4 the UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 with simultaneous launch in 2018.
17th Jul '17 3:42:01 AM TPPR10
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[[SequelGap In 2017]], Arika [[https://twitter.com/miharasan/status/847840152223268864 announced]] a follow-up to ''Street Fighter EX'' and its [[SpiritualSuccessor loose spin-off]] ''VideoGame/FightingLayer'' under the WorkingTitle of ''Fighting EX Layer'' [[note]]as it incorporates a mix of gameplay mechanics from both titles, such as the Guard Breaks of ''Street Fighter EX'' and sidestepping and walled arenas from ''Fighting Layer''; despite this, it is colloquially known by fans as ''Street Fighter [=EX4=]''[[/note]] with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2x8c-RFGnA gameplay footage]] to show off. The announcement, [[MilestoneCelebration meant to celebrate Arika's extended 20th anniversary]] [[note]]the company was founded in 1995[[/note]], came on AprilFoolsDay, [[DidntThinkThisThrough leading many to initially believe it was a joke]]. Others thought the game looked [[OverlyPrePreparedGag way too real and polished]] to possibly be a joke (explained in part [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuXXbQJHqgc#t=2m27s here]]), and as it turns out, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1UShcCfcl4 the game is indeed playable]] and was even [[http://shoryuken.com/2017/03/31/its-real-check-out-arikas-livestream-of-their-new-street-fighter-exfighting-layer-based-fighter/ live]][[http://www.fightersgeneration.com/screens2/arika-sfex-april2017.htm streamed]] [[https://pvplive.net/c/arika-confirms-new-fighting-game-for-20th-annivers later that day]] at [[https://www.facebook.com/co.arika/posts/1334036619965033 a promotional exhibition event-slash-location test]] featuring Arika staff members and notable ''Street Fighter'' player [[UsefulNotes/FGCAces Ryota "Kazunoko" Inoue]]. (According to Akira's vice president Ichiro Mihara, the development of ''Fighting EX Layer'' being hidden for so long was, in fact, the joke.) The game currently has no funding or publisher, and they're possibly looking into crowdfunding the title.

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[[SequelGap In 2017]], Arika [[https://twitter.com/miharasan/status/847840152223268864 announced]] a follow-up to ''Street Fighter EX'' and its [[SpiritualSuccessor loose spin-off]] ''VideoGame/FightingLayer'' under the WorkingTitle of ''Fighting EX Layer'' [[note]]as it incorporates a mix of gameplay mechanics from both titles, such as the Guard Breaks of ''Street Fighter EX'' and sidestepping and walled arenas from ''Fighting Layer''; despite this, it is colloquially known by fans as ''Street Fighter [=EX4=]''[[/note]] with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2x8c-RFGnA gameplay footage]] to show off. The announcement, [[MilestoneCelebration meant to celebrate Arika's extended 20th anniversary]] [[note]]the company was founded in 1995[[/note]], came on AprilFoolsDay, [[DidntThinkThisThrough leading many to initially believe it was a joke]]. Others thought the game looked [[OverlyPrePreparedGag way too real and polished]] to possibly be a joke (explained in part [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuXXbQJHqgc#t=2m27s here]]), and as it turns out, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1UShcCfcl4 the game is indeed playable]] and was even [[http://shoryuken.com/2017/03/31/its-real-check-out-arikas-livestream-of-their-new-street-fighter-exfighting-layer-based-fighter/ live]][[http://www.fightersgeneration.com/screens2/arika-sfex-april2017.htm streamed]] [[https://pvplive.net/c/arika-confirms-new-fighting-game-for-20th-annivers later that day]] at [[https://www.facebook.com/co.arika/posts/1334036619965033 a promotional exhibition event-slash-location test]] featuring Arika staff members and notable ''Street Fighter'' player [[UsefulNotes/FGCAces Ryota "Kazunoko" Inoue]]. (According to Akira's vice president Ichiro Mihara, the development of ''Fighting EX Layer'' being hidden for so long was, in fact, the joke.) The At EVO 2017, the game currently has no funding or publisher, and they're possibly looking into crowdfunding the title.
was confirmed to be under development for UsefulNotes/Playstation4 with simultaneous launch in 2018.
16th Jul '17 2:16:37 PM lexii
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* Blair Dame, European Monegasque {{Ojou}} and socialite
20th Jun '17 5:28:02 PM zedmilse
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* FictionalCountry: If the map in ''[=EX2=]''[='s=] Arcade Mode is any indication, every stage in the game is set in a fictitious country meant to stand in for a real life one. Stranger still is the fact that ''Street Fighter'' heavily features real life locations, with most of the characters (''EX'' cast included) explicitly hailing from an actual nation.

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* FictionalCountry: If the map in ''[=EX2=]''[='s=] Arcade Mode vanilla ''[=EX2=]'' is any indication, every stage in the game is set in a fictitious country meant to stand in for a real life one. Stranger still is the fact that ''Street Fighter'' heavily features real life locations, with most of the characters (''EX'' cast included) explicitly hailing from an actual nation.
8th Apr '17 11:51:20 AM X2X
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In 2011, [[http://www.fightersgeneration.com/np8/arika-fightingsample.png screenshots]] and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Nxb-mcn6wg gameplay footage]] of a test project for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS known as ''Fighting Sample'' featured [[CanonForeigner (some of) the cast]] of the ''EX'' series. However, this only proved to be a tech demo of sorts, and Arika currently has no plans to make it into an actual game. On September 19, 2016, Capcom [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130853.html released a profile and artwork on Darun Mister]] which also mentioned Pullum Purna and connected him to the plot of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV''.

[[SequelGap In 2017]], Arika [[https://twitter.com/miharasan/status/847840152223268864 announced]] a follow-up to ''Street Fighter EX'' and its [[SpiritualSuccessor loose spin-off]] ''VideoGame/FightingLayer'' under the WorkingTitle of ''Fighting EX Layer'' [[note]]as it incorporates a mix of gameplay mechanics from both titles, such as the Guard Breaks of ''Street Fighter EX'' and sidestepping and walled arenas from ''Fighting Layer''; despite this, it is colloquially known by fans as ''Street Fighter [=EX4=]''[[/note]] with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2x8c-RFGnA gameplay footage]] to show off. The announcement, [[MilestoneCelebration meant to celebrate Arika's extended 20th anniversary]] [[note]]the company was founded in 1995[[/note]], came on AprilFoolsDay, [[DidntThinkThisThrough leading many to initially believe it was a joke]]. Others thought the game looked [[OverlyPrePreparedGag way too real and polished]] to possibly be a joke (explained in part [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuXXbQJHqgc#t=2m27s here]]), and as it turns out, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1UShcCfcl4 the game is indeed playable]] and [[http://shoryuken.com/2017/03/31/its-real-check-out-arikas-livestream-of-their-new-street-fighter-exfighting-layer-based-fighter/ was even]]
[[http://www.fightersgeneration.com/screens2/arika-sfex-april2017.htm livestreamed]] [[https://pvplive.net/c/arika-confirms-new-fighting-game-for-20th-annivers later that day]] at [[https://www.facebook.com/co.arika/posts/1334036619965033 a promotional exhibition event-slash-location test]] featuring Arika staff members and notable ''Street Fighter'' player [[UsefulNotes/FGCAces Ryota "Kazunoko" Inoue]]. (According to Akira's vice president Ichiro Mihara, the development of ''Fighting EX Layer'' being hidden for so long was, in fact, the joke.) The game currently has no funding or publisher, and they're possibly looking into crowdfunding the title.

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In 2011, [[http://www.fightersgeneration.com/np8/arika-fightingsample.png screenshots]] and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Nxb-mcn6wg gameplay footage]] of a test project for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS known as ''Fighting Sample'' (alternatively, ''Project EX'') featured [[CanonForeigner (some of) the cast]] of the ''EX'' series. However, this only proved to be a tech demo of sorts, and Arika currently has no plans to make it into an actual game. On September 19, 2016, Capcom [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130853.html released a profile and artwork on Darun Mister]] which also mentioned Pullum Purna and connected him to the plot of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV''.

[[SequelGap In 2017]], Arika [[https://twitter.com/miharasan/status/847840152223268864 announced]] a follow-up to ''Street Fighter EX'' and its [[SpiritualSuccessor loose spin-off]] ''VideoGame/FightingLayer'' under the WorkingTitle of ''Fighting EX Layer'' [[note]]as it incorporates a mix of gameplay mechanics from both titles, such as the Guard Breaks of ''Street Fighter EX'' and sidestepping and walled arenas from ''Fighting Layer''; despite this, it is colloquially known by fans as ''Street Fighter [=EX4=]''[[/note]] with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2x8c-RFGnA gameplay footage]] to show off. The announcement, [[MilestoneCelebration meant to celebrate Arika's extended 20th anniversary]] [[note]]the company was founded in 1995[[/note]], came on AprilFoolsDay, [[DidntThinkThisThrough leading many to initially believe it was a joke]]. Others thought the game looked [[OverlyPrePreparedGag way too real and polished]] to possibly be a joke (explained in part [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuXXbQJHqgc#t=2m27s here]]), and as it turns out, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1UShcCfcl4 the game is indeed playable]] and was even [[http://shoryuken.com/2017/03/31/its-real-check-out-arikas-livestream-of-their-new-street-fighter-exfighting-layer-based-fighter/ was even]]
[[http://www.
live]][[http://www.fightersgeneration.com/screens2/arika-sfex-april2017.htm livestreamed]] streamed]] [[https://pvplive.net/c/arika-confirms-new-fighting-game-for-20th-annivers later that day]] at [[https://www.facebook.com/co.arika/posts/1334036619965033 a promotional exhibition event-slash-location test]] featuring Arika staff members and notable ''Street Fighter'' player [[UsefulNotes/FGCAces Ryota "Kazunoko" Inoue]]. (According to Akira's vice president Ichiro Mihara, the development of ''Fighting EX Layer'' being hidden for so long was, in fact, the joke.) The game currently has no funding or publisher, and they're possibly looking into crowdfunding the title.
4th Apr '17 10:33:29 AM X2X
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In 2000, ''Street Fighter [=EX3=]'' came out exclusively for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation2. A tag team system was added, complete with various new gameplay mechanics such as [[CombinationAttack Meteor Tag Combos]], but it wasn't well received. Everyone from ''[=EX2=] Plus'' (except Hayate) returned, as did Sakura. Ace, the sole new character for the game, was a character that can have moves added to his move list. Guard Breaks were replaced by the somewhat similar Surprise Blow, losing their unblockable properties but able to stun crouching opponents and floor airborne ones as well as costing no meter to use, while Momentary Combos, two special inputs for each character allowing them to cancel from one special move to another unique special with the press of a precisely-timed single punch or kick, were added.

In 2011, [[http://www.fightersgeneration.com/np8/arika-fightingsample.png screenshots]] and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Nxb-mcn6wg gameplay footage]] of an untitled project by Arika for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS featured [[CanonForeigner (some of) the cast]] of the ''EX'' series. However, this only proved to be a tech demo of sorts, and Arika currently has no plans to make it into an actual game. On September 19, 2016, Capcom [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130853.html released a profile and artwork on Darun Mister]] which also mentioned Pullum Purna and connected him to the plot of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV''.

[[SequelGap In 2017]], Arika [[https://twitter.com/miharasan/status/847840152223268864 announced]] a follow-up to ''Street Fighter EX'' and its [[SpiritualSuccessor loose spin-off]] ''VideoGame/FightingLayer'' under the WorkingTitle of ''Fighting EX Layer'' [[note]]as it incorporates a mix of gameplay mechanics from both titles, such as the Guard Breaks of ''Street Fighter EX'' and sidestepping and walled arenas from ''Fighting Layer''; despite this, it is colloquially known by fans as ''Street Fighter [=EX4=]''[[/note]] with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2x8c-RFGnA gameplay footage]] to show off. The announcement, [[MilestoneCelebration meant to celebrate Arika's 20th anniversary]] [[note]]despite the company being founded in 1995[[/note]], came on AprilFoolsDay, [[DidntThinkThisThrough leading many to initially believe it was a joke]]. Others thought the game looked [[OverlyPrePreparedGag way too real and polished]] to possibly be a joke (explained in part [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuXXbQJHqgc#t=2m27s here]]), and as it turns out, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1UShcCfcl4 the game is indeed playable]] and [[http://shoryuken.com/2017/03/31/its-real-check-out-arikas-livestream-of-their-new-street-fighter-exfighting-layer-based-fighter/ was even]]

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In 2000, ''Street Fighter [=EX3=]'' came out exclusively for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation2. A tag team system was added, complete with various new gameplay mechanics such as [[CombinationAttack Meteor Tag Combos]], but it wasn't well received.well-received. Everyone from ''[=EX2=] Plus'' (except Hayate) returned, as did Sakura. Ace, the sole new character for the game, was a character that can could have [[PowerCopying moves from other fighters]] [[AllYourPowersCombined added to his move list.list]] at the player's discretion. Guard Breaks were replaced by the somewhat similar Surprise Blow, losing their unblockable properties but able to stun crouching opponents and floor airborne ones as well as costing no meter to use, while Momentary Combos, two special inputs for each character allowing them to cancel from one special move to another unique special with the press of a precisely-timed single punch or kick, were added.

In 2011, [[http://www.fightersgeneration.com/np8/arika-fightingsample.png screenshots]] and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Nxb-mcn6wg gameplay footage]] of an untitled a test project by Arika for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS known as ''Fighting Sample'' featured [[CanonForeigner (some of) the cast]] of the ''EX'' series. However, this only proved to be a tech demo of sorts, and Arika currently has no plans to make it into an actual game. On September 19, 2016, Capcom [[http://game.capcom.com/cfn/sfv/column-130853.html released a profile and artwork on Darun Mister]] which also mentioned Pullum Purna and connected him to the plot of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV''.

[[SequelGap In 2017]], Arika [[https://twitter.com/miharasan/status/847840152223268864 announced]] a follow-up to ''Street Fighter EX'' and its [[SpiritualSuccessor loose spin-off]] ''VideoGame/FightingLayer'' under the WorkingTitle of ''Fighting EX Layer'' [[note]]as it incorporates a mix of gameplay mechanics from both titles, such as the Guard Breaks of ''Street Fighter EX'' and sidestepping and walled arenas from ''Fighting Layer''; despite this, it is colloquially known by fans as ''Street Fighter [=EX4=]''[[/note]] with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2x8c-RFGnA gameplay footage]] to show off. The announcement, [[MilestoneCelebration meant to celebrate Arika's extended 20th anniversary]] [[note]]despite the [[note]]the company being was founded in 1995[[/note]], came on AprilFoolsDay, [[DidntThinkThisThrough leading many to initially believe it was a joke]]. Others thought the game looked [[OverlyPrePreparedGag way too real and polished]] to possibly be a joke (explained in part [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuXXbQJHqgc#t=2m27s here]]), and as it turns out, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1UShcCfcl4 the game is indeed playable]] and [[http://shoryuken.com/2017/03/31/its-real-check-out-arikas-livestream-of-their-new-street-fighter-exfighting-layer-based-fighter/ was even]]
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[[SequelGap In 2017]], Arika [[https://twitter.com/miharasan/status/847840152223268864 announced]] a follow-up to ''Street Fighter EX'' and its [[SpiritualSuccessor loose spin-off]] ''VideoGame/FightingLayer'' under the WorkingTitle of ''Fighting EX Layer'' [[note]]as it incorporates a mix of gameplay mechanics from both titles, such as the Guard Breaks of ''Street Fighter EX'' and sidestepping and walled arenas from ''Fighting Layer''; despite this, it is colloquially known by fans as ''Street Fighter [=EX4=]''[[/note]] with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2x8c-RFGnA gameplay footage]] to show off. The announcement, [[MilestoneCelebration meant to celebrate Arika's 20th anniversary]] [[note]]despite the company being founded in 1995[[/note]], came on AprilFoolsDay, [[DidntThinkThisThrough leading many to initially believe it was a joke]]. Others thought the game looked [[OverlyPrePreparedGag way too real and polished]] to possibly be a joke (explained in part [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuXXbQJHqgc#t=2m27s here]]), and as it turns out, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1UShcCfcl4 the game is indeed playable]] and was even [[http://shoryuken.com/2017/03/31/its-real-check-out-arikas-livestream-of-their-new-street-fighter-exfighting-layer-based-fighter/ livestreamed later that day]] [[http://www.fightersgeneration.com/screens2/arika-sfex-april2017.htm at a promotional exhibition event]][[https://pvplive.net/c/arika-confirms-new-fighting-game-for-20th-annivers -slash-location test]] featuring Arika staff members and notable ''Street Fighter'' player [[UsefulNotes/FGCAces Ryota "Kazunoko" Inoue]]. (According to Akira's vice president Ichiro Mihara, the development of ''Fighting EX Layer'' being hidden for so long was, in fact, the joke.) The game currently has no funding or publisher, and they're possibly looking into crowdfunding the title.

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[[SequelGap In 2017]], Arika [[https://twitter.com/miharasan/status/847840152223268864 announced]] a follow-up to ''Street Fighter EX'' and its [[SpiritualSuccessor loose spin-off]] ''VideoGame/FightingLayer'' under the WorkingTitle of ''Fighting EX Layer'' [[note]]as it incorporates a mix of gameplay mechanics from both titles, such as the Guard Breaks of ''Street Fighter EX'' and sidestepping and walled arenas from ''Fighting Layer''; despite this, it is colloquially known by fans as ''Street Fighter [=EX4=]''[[/note]] with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2x8c-RFGnA gameplay footage]] to show off. The announcement, [[MilestoneCelebration meant to celebrate Arika's 20th anniversary]] [[note]]despite the company being founded in 1995[[/note]], came on AprilFoolsDay, [[DidntThinkThisThrough leading many to initially believe it was a joke]]. Others thought the game looked [[OverlyPrePreparedGag way too real and polished]] to possibly be a joke (explained in part [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuXXbQJHqgc#t=2m27s here]]), and as it turns out, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1UShcCfcl4 the game is indeed playable]] and was even [[http://shoryuken.com/2017/03/31/its-real-check-out-arikas-livestream-of-their-new-street-fighter-exfighting-layer-based-fighter/ livestreamed later that day]] was even]]
[[http://www.fightersgeneration.com/screens2/arika-sfex-april2017.htm at a promotional exhibition event]][[https://pvplive.livestreamed]] [[https://pvplive.net/c/arika-confirms-new-fighting-game-for-20th-annivers -slash-location later that day]] at [[https://www.facebook.com/co.arika/posts/1334036619965033 a promotional exhibition event-slash-location test]] featuring Arika staff members and notable ''Street Fighter'' player [[UsefulNotes/FGCAces Ryota "Kazunoko" Inoue]]. (According to Akira's vice president Ichiro Mihara, the development of ''Fighting EX Layer'' being hidden for so long was, in fact, the joke.) The game currently has no funding or publisher, and they're possibly looking into crowdfunding the title.
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[[SequelGap In 2017]], Arika [[https://twitter.com/miharasan/status/847840152223268864 announced]] a follow-up to ''Street Fighter EX'' and its [[SpiritualSuccessor loose spin-off]] ''VideoGame/FightingLayer'' under the WorkingTitle of ''Fighting EX Layer'' [[note]]as it incorporates a mix of gameplay mechanics from both titles, such as the Guard Breaks of ''Street Fighter EX'' and sidestepping from ''Fighting Layer''; despite this, it is colloquially known by fans as ''Street Fighter [=EX4=]''[[/note]] with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2x8c-RFGnA gameplay footage]] to show off. The announcement came on AprilFoolsDay, [[DidntThinkThisThrough leading many to initially believe it was a joke]]. Others thought the game looked [[OverlyPrePreparedGag way too real and polished]] to possibly be a joke (explained in part [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuXXbQJHqgc#t=2m27s here]]), and as it turns out, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1UShcCfcl4 the game is indeed playable]] and [[http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1356969 was even livestreamed later that day]] [[http://shoryuken.com/2017/03/31/its-real-check-out-arikas-livestream-of-their-new-street-fighter-exfighting-layer-based-fighter/ at a promotional exhibition event]][[https://pvplive.net/c/arika-confirms-new-fighting-game-for-20th-annivers -slash-location test]] featuring Arika staff members and notable ''Street Fighter'' player [[UsefulNotes/FGCAces Ryota "Kazunoko" Inoue]]. (According to Akira's vice president Ichiro Mihara, the development of ''Fighting EX Layer'' being hidden for so long was, in fact, the joke.) The game currently has no funding or publisher, and they're possibly looking into crowdfunding the title.

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[[SequelGap In 2017]], Arika [[https://twitter.com/miharasan/status/847840152223268864 announced]] a follow-up to ''Street Fighter EX'' and its [[SpiritualSuccessor loose spin-off]] ''VideoGame/FightingLayer'' under the WorkingTitle of ''Fighting EX Layer'' [[note]]as it incorporates a mix of gameplay mechanics from both titles, such as the Guard Breaks of ''Street Fighter EX'' and sidestepping and walled arenas from ''Fighting Layer''; despite this, it is colloquially known by fans as ''Street Fighter [=EX4=]''[[/note]] with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2x8c-RFGnA gameplay footage]] to show off. The announcement announcement, [[MilestoneCelebration meant to celebrate Arika's 20th anniversary]] [[note]]despite the company being founded in 1995[[/note]], came on AprilFoolsDay, [[DidntThinkThisThrough leading many to initially believe it was a joke]]. Others thought the game looked [[OverlyPrePreparedGag way too real and polished]] to possibly be a joke (explained in part [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuXXbQJHqgc#t=2m27s here]]), and as it turns out, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1UShcCfcl4 the game is indeed playable]] and [[http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1356969 was even livestreamed later that day]] [[http://shoryuken.com/2017/03/31/its-real-check-out-arikas-livestream-of-their-new-street-fighter-exfighting-layer-based-fighter/ livestreamed later that day]] [[http://www.fightersgeneration.com/screens2/arika-sfex-april2017.htm at a promotional exhibition event]][[https://pvplive.net/c/arika-confirms-new-fighting-game-for-20th-annivers -slash-location test]] featuring Arika staff members and notable ''Street Fighter'' player [[UsefulNotes/FGCAces Ryota "Kazunoko" Inoue]]. (According to Akira's vice president Ichiro Mihara, the development of ''Fighting EX Layer'' being hidden for so long was, in fact, the joke.) The game currently has no funding or publisher, and they're possibly looking into crowdfunding the title.
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[[SequelGap In 2017]], Arika [[https://twitter.com/miharasan/status/847840152223268864 announced]] a follow-up to ''Street Fighter EX'' and its [[SpiritualSuccessor loose spin-off]] ''VideoGame/FightingLayer'' under the WorkingTitle of ''Fighting EX Layer'' [[note]]as it incorporates a mix of gameplay mechanics from both titles, such as the Guard Breaks of ''Street Fighter EX'' and sidestepping from ''Fighting Layer''; despite this, it is colloquially known by fans as ''Street Fighter [=EX4=]''[[/note]] with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2x8c-RFGnA gameplay footage]] to show off. The announcement came on AprilFoolsDay, [[DidntThinkThisThrough leading many to initially believe it was a joke]]. Others thought the game looked [[OverlyPrePreparedGag way too real and polished]] to possibly be a joke (explained in part [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuXXbQJHqgc#t=2m27s here]]), and as it turns out, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1UShcCfcl4 the game is indeed playable]] and [[http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1356969 was even livestreamed later that day]] [[http://shoryuken.com/2017/03/31/its-real-check-out-arikas-livestream-of-their-new-street-fighter-exfighting-layer-based-fighter/ at a promotional exhibition event]] featuring Arika staff members and notable ''Street Fighter'' players [[UsefulNotes/FGCAces Ryota "Kazunoko" Inoue]]. (According to Akira's vice president Ichiro Mihara, the development of ''Fighting EX Layer'' being hidden for so long was, in fact, the joke.) The game currently has no funding or publisher, and they're possibly looking into crowdfunding the title.

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[[SequelGap In 2017]], Arika [[https://twitter.com/miharasan/status/847840152223268864 announced]] a follow-up to ''Street Fighter EX'' and its [[SpiritualSuccessor loose spin-off]] ''VideoGame/FightingLayer'' under the WorkingTitle of ''Fighting EX Layer'' [[note]]as it incorporates a mix of gameplay mechanics from both titles, such as the Guard Breaks of ''Street Fighter EX'' and sidestepping from ''Fighting Layer''; despite this, it is colloquially known by fans as ''Street Fighter [=EX4=]''[[/note]] with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2x8c-RFGnA gameplay footage]] to show off. The announcement came on AprilFoolsDay, [[DidntThinkThisThrough leading many to initially believe it was a joke]]. Others thought the game looked [[OverlyPrePreparedGag way too real and polished]] to possibly be a joke (explained in part [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuXXbQJHqgc#t=2m27s here]]), and as it turns out, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1UShcCfcl4 the game is indeed playable]] and [[http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1356969 was even livestreamed later that day]] [[http://shoryuken.com/2017/03/31/its-real-check-out-arikas-livestream-of-their-new-street-fighter-exfighting-layer-based-fighter/ at a promotional exhibition event]] event]][[https://pvplive.net/c/arika-confirms-new-fighting-game-for-20th-annivers -slash-location test]] featuring Arika staff members and notable ''Street Fighter'' players player [[UsefulNotes/FGCAces Ryota "Kazunoko" Inoue]]. (According to Akira's vice president Ichiro Mihara, the development of ''Fighting EX Layer'' being hidden for so long was, in fact, the joke.) The game currently has no funding or publisher, and they're possibly looking into crowdfunding the title.
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