Street Fighter EX plus Alpha

PSX PlayStation Street Fighter EX plus Alpha

Jewel Case Release – Standard Edition


Genre: One-on-One Fighting CDs: 1
Publisher: Capcom Released: October 23, 1997
Developer: Arika UPC: 0 13388 21030 5
Sony ID: SLUS-00548 PSRM: 007840
Players: 1 to 2 Player Memory: 1 Block
Accessories: Analog, Vibration
ESRB: Teen Animated Violence
Box Copy:

The 3-D Fighter Worth Fighting For.

Been missing Street Fighter Gameplay? The world’s premiere fighter goes kickin’ and screamin’ into 3-D.

  • 8 original Street Fighter vets – Guile, Zangief, Ryu, Ken, Bison, Chun-Li, Dhalsim and Sakura – in an amazing arcade hit.
  • 12 all-new fighters in the biggest Street Fighter ever!
  • 7 different play modes, playable bosses, a total of 23 characters!
  • The street fighter legacy continues…
  • Ryu got your number? New Training Mode adds moves, recuses bruises.
  • New Multi-Hit combos bring’em to their knees.
  • Slow-Mo Replay makes victory even sweeter!



The Phone Card Variant featured below obviously had a phone card with it. It’s pictured here.

PSX PlayStation Street Fighter EX Plus Alpha

Phone Card Front and Back



A store specific variant for Street Fighter EX Plus Alpha is came with a phone card. This is a rather interesting variant thanks in part to the very subtle changes made to the packaging. The manual is clearly different, the back insert appears to be the same, but it’s the disc that captures the eye. The Phone Card version is SLUS-00548B and PSRM-007841

PSX PlaySTation Street Fighter EX Plus Alpha

Phone Card Edition.

Also released in the Fighters Edge program. The disc has the Capcom logo at the top right, which is how you can tell it apart from the plain edition. Also only worth a measly 15 points.

PSX PlayStation Edition Street Fighter EX Plus Alpha

Fighters Edge Edition.



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GameRaveTV covered the entire Fighters Edge program.



  • Nothing says “faith in a product” then Capcom avoiding mentioning or showing any of the new characters in the game. Both the back copy and the screenshots only show the older characters.

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