Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers for Nintendo Switch [eShop Download Codes]
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Street Fighter II, the most iconic fighting game of all time, is back on the Nintendo Switch!
The newest iteration of SFII in nearly 10 years, Ultra Street Fighter II features all of the classic characters, a host of new single player and multiplayer features, as well as two new fighters: Evil Ryu and Violent Ken! Nintendo Switch TV, Tabletop and Handheld modes allow you to play Ultra Street Fighter II at home or on-the-go!
- Features a stellar line-up of characters, including all of the original fighters and bosses, the characters added in Super Street Fighter II, plus the first new roster additions in nearly 20 years: Evil Ryu and Violent Ken!
- Choose between classic pixel-art graphics for a retro nostalgia trip, or enjoy a refined new modern look.
- Utilize the motion controls of the Joy-Con in “Way of the Hado” mode, a new first-person single player experience where players attempt to defeat the Shadaloo army using signature Hadoken and Shoryuken special moves.
- Team-up with a friend to take on the CPU opponent in a new co-op mode. Create new two-character combos and attack the CPU on both sides!
- Battle it out with a friend in local multiplayer or take the fight online in Ranked and Casual matches.
- Browse through a beautiful 250+ page digital art book featuring over 1,500 illustrations throughout Street Fighter’s 30-year history.
- Platform: Nintendo Switch
- Release Date: May 26, 2017
- No. of Players: 2 players simultaneous
- Category: Action, Fighting
- Publisher: Capcom
Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers delivers a lot of fun, even if the overall package could stand to have some room for improvement. The Way of the Hado mode is mere filler, but the core game is an absolute blast. Using either the original or revamped art works well, and you can alternate between each style along with changing the music from the original to remixes before a full gameplay session. Controlling it with the regular JoyCon setup on either the tablet or the grip works shockingly well – even though the split d-pad is far from ideal. Using the left stick feels natural, and you don’t need to rush out and buy a Pro controller to enjoy the full experience. -Game Over Online
Familiar territory but with better graphics, plus a few nice-to-have but non-essential extras…My biggest concern are the controls, since the Switch clearly isn’t built for fighting games. The Switch Pro controller is an effective fix, but it’s expensive. If you don’t already have one and invest in one just for this game, you’re looking at £95 – which is quite steep for a game that’s nearly 30 years old. This is no reflection on the game itself, however. I had a blast. -Trusted Reviews
This should’ve been a better revision of the classic, but at the end of the day, it still is one of the best fighting games in the history and it’s never too late to rediscover it. -Vandal
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