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Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers And Capcom Feature On Nintendo Minute

In the latest installment of Nintendo Minute, hosts Kit and Krysta are joined by Phong from Capcom as they play Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers. You can check out this week’s episode in the video below. The upcoming fighting game is set to launch on May 26 as a Nintendo Switch exclusive. It is the latest iteration of Street Fighter II, featuring all of the classic characters, new single-player and multiplayer features, as well as two new fighters – Evil Ryu and Violent Ken.

7 thoughts on “Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers And Capcom Feature On Nintendo Minute”

  1. I wan’t Capcom to do the same for the SF Alpha series and SF3 series by releasing ultimate versions of them on the Switch. As a matter of fact I want Capcom to release their entire Gamecube and Dreamcast games on the Switch, in both physical and digital form. It’s a sad day when you have to ask for physical copies now while every digital only moron look at you as if your crazy smfh:/

  2. I am the only one to find this underwhelming? Both animations and drawing isn’t good. How can they sell this for 39 is beyond me… I would not even consider it.

    1. Where fighting games go, those things are entirely superficial to the mechanics and balance of the game.
      It sure would have been welcome with some better art preferably with cels that connect more fluidly, but then again that is available (albeit at low resolution) with original mode.

      People who do want this game are interested because it is a refinement of Super Turbo – one of the most interesting competitive fighters ever made.
      A game far beyond the SFII we’re usually privy to in the west (like the SNES titles).

      1. I judge a game by everything, not just game mechanics. If I have to pay I want the whole package, not just balanced and attractive mechanics to play with.
        I’m sure it will sell, still I’m not happy about it. I would have liked a better game for that price, with very good graphics too (and everything else).
        I’m not against the game, I just find it of modest value.

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