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Using the Joycon controller with Ultra Street Fighter II (USF2)

The joycon controller is a surprisingly suitable controller for Ultra Street Fighter 2. This video demonstrates how the joycon controller works with USF2 as well as adds a few tips on the recommended button configurations and control stick use.

*I am not looking at the motion controls within Way of the Hado mode in this video.

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Ultra Street Fighter II - REVIEW (Nintendo Switch)

Does Ultra Street Fighter II do the series justice on Nintendo Switch? Find out in our review that covers almost everything including new characters like Violent Ken & Evil Ryu, New & Classic Graphic modes, gameplay, and other bonuses such as the Art Book! All this and more in our in-depth review of Ultra Street Fighter II!
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The problems with Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers

Are you hyped for Ultra Street Fighter 2: The Final Challengers? Well, I'm not. A bit curious to see it, perhaps, but that's it. But why is that? How is it possible that the update to one of the most famous fighting games is anything but wonderful news? Stick around and I'll tell you the problem with USF2

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Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers Gameplay - All Super Combos & Intro Nintendo Switch

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Here are all of the Super Combos for each character in Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers on Nintendo Switch. This video includes both the HD remastered and classic looks for each Super Combo as well as the intro.

Ryu: 00:36
Ken: 00:57
E. Honda: 01:14
Chun-Li: 01:34
Blanka: 01:54
Zangief: 02:13
Guile: 02:37
Dhalsim: 02:57
T. Hawk: 03:18
Cammy: 03:42
Fei Long: 04:04
Dee Jay: 04:24
Akuma: 04:47
Balrog: 05:08
Vega: 05:50
Sagat: 06:19
M. Bison: 06:39
Evil Ryu: 06:58
Violent Ken: 07:18

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Ryu Combos and Advanced Super Cancels - Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo

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This is the latest video tutorial for the new design we are using for arcade stick inputs. We decide to take things to a whole new level by providing the arcade input display and the sounds of the actual arcade live so that players can get a much better idea of how the moves are performed. Also works on HD Remix and Ultra Street Fighter 2.

Ultra Street Fighter II Online Ranked Matches (Recorded on 5/29/17)

Here are some online matches with Evil Ryu. I originally tried recording some ranked matches early in the afternoon yesterday, but after just two terribly laggy battles, I gave up and decided to try again later. So these matches were recorded later in the evening when the connection was a little better.

I recorded about 40 minutes of footage, but I'm just including select matches from yesterday (basically, matches that weren't completely plagued by lag). You can consider this my post-fight commentary:

Stunt - Stunt flat-out outplayed me. I failed to read his patterns and react accordingly. So props to him, especially for doing this with Dhalsim.

nerdtron - This guy kept insisting on jumping at me even though I countered nearly every aerial attack with a Dragon Punch. I'm not sure why some people do this.

Ben - This guy played well with Balrog and nearly had me in the second match, but I figured out I was becoming predictable, so I changed my play style and started going aggressive as hell. The tactic ended up working.

Ray - This guy also played well, but his attacks became a bit predictable. Also, Evil Ryu's juggling abilities are overpowered.

Windy - Windy was loads of fun to play against. Very clever fighter. However, I figured out how to keep him on the defensive.

Erny - I had some noticeable lag issues in this match, plus the usual D-pad problems. I literally blocked the very last fireball of the last round and the game just did not register it. It's not easy fighting against Akuma, especially with his mid-air fireball. I'm happy that I at least I managed to win the second match though.

Recorded with the Elgato Game Capture HD60 and the Switch's HDMI cable at native 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second. I'm using a Pro Controller.

Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challenges - Online Ranked Matches 1

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Were you expecting something like this to be uploaded? Well surprise, you’re going to get some gameplay of Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers.

For those of you wanting to know, I main with Guile and currently a C+ rank with him. I’m not afraid to kick butt and take names. Trust me, I do.

These sets of replays consist of I taking on some really good players. Not my best but good experience for me if I am to survive. My goal is to be the #1 ranked Guile player in this game and I will reach the top. Enjoy.

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Ultra Street Fighter II Online Ranked Matches (Recorded on 10/26/17)

I have been having some trouble finding matches over the past week or so, but last night I managed to find several different people online, so that was nice. I thought everyone would be busy with the midnight release of Super Mario Odyssey, but I guess some people still wanted to play Street Fighter. These were some of my better matches. Enjoy.

Recorded with the Elgato Game Capture HD60 and the Switch's HDMI cable at native 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second. I'm using a Real Arcade Pro V Hayabusa joystick.

SFIV vs SFV - SUPER / ULTRA Moves Comparison!

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Ultra Street Fighter II Online Ranked Matches (Recorded on 8/31/17)

My rating dropped a bit since I last uploaded matches. Lately it feels like I've been facing nothing but laggy Violent Ken and Akuma players. They always use the same strategies too. Violent Ken players just spam Dragon Punches and teleports, and Akuma players just alternate between air and ground fireball spam. It gets so tedious, and the lag just makes the matches impossible.

Luckily, yesterday I recorded some nice back and forth matches against some Guile players. I've faced Aquatic several times before, and he seems to be a good sport and generally fun to play against. Maybe he likes playing against me too. Who knows.

Anyway, enjoy the matches.

Recorded with the Elgato Game Capture HD60 and the Switch's HDMI cable at native 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second. I'm using a Real Arcade Pro V Hayabusa joystick.

[NS] - Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers

Jugando unas partidas online del Ultra Street Fighter II The Final Challengers utilizando a Dhalsim

Ultra Street Fighter II The Final Challengers PART 2

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Ultra Street Fighter II Online Ranked Matches (Recorded on 9/10/17)

Here are some of my better matches from last night. Enjoy.

Recorded with the Elgato Game Capture HD60 and the Switch's HDMI cable at native 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second. I'm using a Real Arcade Pro V Hayabusa joystick.


Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers é uma versão atualizada do jogo de luta de 1991 Street Fighter II: The World Warrior . [1] A jogabilidade é baseada na versão de Super Street Fighter II Turbo do Street Fighter II , no entanto o Ultra Street Fighter II introduz novas mecânicas como as quebras de agarrar e reajusta alguns aspectos do equilíbrio do jogo . O tempo combinado também foi ajustado dos jogos originais.
O jogo pode ser reproduzido em dois estilos em ambos os gráficos e som: o modo gráfico Clássico com gráficos de pixel art do jogo original que é reproduzido em formato 4: 3, com o modo gráfico Nova Geração apresentando a alta gráficos de definição de Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix de 2008 e é jogado em 16: 9 widescreen. No estilo de som clássico, o jogo usa a trilha sonora de arcada original e a atuação de voz, enquanto que no novo estilo de som atualizado a nova geração inclui músicas recém remixadas e as vozes japonesas dos personagens da série Street Fighter IV .O jogo suporta todas as opções de controle no console Nintendo Switch , incluindo o jogo com um únicoControlador Joy-Con .

Além da jogabilidade 2D padrão, há também um novo modo de batalha em primeira pessoa exclusivo chamado Street Fighter V / Street Fighter IV conhecido como Way Of the Hado. Neste modo, o jogador controla Ryuem uma perspectiva de primeira pessoa para derrotar o máximo de soldados Shadaloo possível (às vezes, M. Bison também aparece como um chefe. Para este modo, o jogador deve segurar o controlador Joy-Con em ambas as mãos para realizar ataques como Hadouken, Shoryuken e Tatsumaki Senpukyaku, a fim de derrotar os inimigos. À medida que o jogador progride ao longo do jogo, o jogador pode ganhar pontos de crescimento para energizar o Ryu. O modo tem três dificuldades: Iniciante, Standard e Extra. Há também um modo de prática para praticar ataques, assim como um modo Infinito que permite ao jogador lutar até que a barra de saúde de Ryu esteja vazia.

USFII inclui um modo de galeria, contendo mais de 1400 ilustrações do livro de arte SF20: The Art of Street Fighter . O jogador também pode ouvir a música de palco moderna ou de estilo clássico de cada lutador enquanto estiver no modo de galeria.

No modo de Edição de Cor, o jogador pode criar suas próprias paletas alternativas para cada um dos 19 lutadores e usá-las no Modo Arcade, no Modo VS e nas Batalhas Online, permitindo o armazenamento de até 10 paletas personalizadas para cada personagem.

Desenvolvimento e lançamento
Ultra Street Fighter II: O Final Challengers foi desenvolvido pela empresa japonesa de videogames Capcom . A equipe de desenvolvimento era composta por uma mistura de funcionários antigos e jovens, alguns dos quais trabalharam em jogos de luta recentes da Capcom, como Street Fighter V e Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite . Em 14 de fevereiro de 2017, o desenvolvimento do jogo estava 50% concluído.

O jogo foi anunciado para o Switch console Nintendo em janeiro de 2017. [3] [5] O anúncio marcou o início de Street Fighter ' celebração do aniversário 30 s. Com o último título de Street Fighter a ser lançado em um sistema da Nintendo em Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition de 2011 para o Nintendo 3DS , a Capcom viu o lançamento do Nintendo Switch como uma oportunidade para trazer uma nova versão remixada de um Nintendo. jogo clássico Street Fighter para um console da Nintendo.

Sobre a decisão de revisitar Street Fighter II , o produtor da série, Yoshinori Ono, notou que eles queriam voltar às suas raízes. A Capcom optou por incluir dois estilos gráficos para que o jogo desse aos antigos jogadores uma sensação de nostalgia, mas ainda atraísse um público mais jovem com a arte atualizada. Os gráficos de alta definição do jogo foram criados pela Udon
Entertainment . A equipe de desenvolvimento não quis reformular o equilíbrio do jogo, pois quer que o jogo pareça um jogo de luta dos anos 90. No entanto, eles sentiram que alguns aspectos questionáveis ​​do equilíbrio do jogo deveriam ser reajustados.
Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers foi lançado em 26 de maio de 201

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DSP Gaming Playing Ultra Street Fighter 2 In A Nut Shell Part 10

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USF2 Evil Ryu 100% Touch of Death

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Ultra Street Fighter II Online Ranked Matches (Recorded on 12/28/17)

These are some of my better matches from when the game wasn't lagging last night.

Recorded with the Elgato Game Capture HD60 and the Switch's HDMI cable at native 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second. I'm using a Real Arcade Pro V Hayabusa joystick.

Ultra Street Fighter II Online Ranked Matches (Recorded on 12/9/17)

After I posted my last set of Ultra Street Fighter matches, my rating tanked quite a bit and I started struggling with various issues, including lag. But last night I seemed to do fairly well against a variety of opponents with varying skill levels, and the matches were quite fun. I'm finding that I need to be a little more patient and do a better a job of reading my opponents, including being aware of my own patterns. Hopefully I'm improving in that regard.

On a related note, I hate playing against Violent Ken players. Violent Ken is the most broken character in the game with his absurdly overpowered Dragon Punch and his lightning-fast teleport. It's no wonder that the top-rated players use him the most. Capcom did not balance this game properly before its release. I thought Akuma was bad, but Violent Ken truly takes the cake.

Recorded with the Elgato Game Capture HD60 and the Switch's HDMI cable at native 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second. I'm using a Real Arcade Pro V Hayabusa joystick.



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