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EX refers to many things, almost all of which are in the [[Street Fighter]] series. There are several things EX could refer to, including EX special attacks (see [[Street Fighter 3: 3rd Strike|3rd Strike]], [[Street Fighter 4]]), or EX focus cancels (see Street Fighter 4).  EX special attacks are special moves, usually performed by pressing two of whatever button required to do the move normally (punch or kick), and have different properties than normal special moves. EX focus cancels allow you to cancel any move and dash cancel the focus cancel, allowing you to combo things you would not normally be able to otherwise.<BR>
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EX refers to the gameplay mechanic from the later Street Fighter games, and the spinoff Street Fighter EX series.
--[[User:Jordyn|Murderbydeath]] 01:11, 30 November 2009 (UTC)
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The most common usage of EX as a gameplay mechanic introduced in the [[Street Fighter 3: 3rd Strike|Street Fighter 3]] series (originally introduced as ES attacks in [Dark Stalkers]).  Players can spend a certain amount of super meter when performing a special move to give it bonus damage or properties.  To activate an EX move, commonly a player has to press two buttons instead of one when activating the special move, provided he/she has enough super meter.  This mechanic has been carried over into Street Fighter IV and Street Fighter V. Informally used to refer to powered up versions of special attacks in many games.
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EX may also refer to a series of the Street Fighter Series featuring polygonal graphics and 3D fighting game mechanics.
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Latest revision as of 21:31, 7 September 2018

EX refers to the gameplay mechanic from the later Street Fighter games, and the spinoff Street Fighter EX series.

The most common usage of EX as a gameplay mechanic introduced in the Street Fighter 3 series (originally introduced as ES attacks in [Dark Stalkers]). Players can spend a certain amount of super meter when performing a special move to give it bonus damage or properties. To activate an EX move, commonly a player has to press two buttons instead of one when activating the special move, provided he/she has enough super meter. This mechanic has been carried over into Street Fighter IV and Street Fighter V. Informally used to refer to powered up versions of special attacks in many games.

EX may also refer to a series of the Street Fighter Series featuring polygonal graphics and 3D fighting game mechanics.