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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.

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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Street Fighter 2: Mastering Great Combinations & Strategies

A direct VHS Rip from the 1993 tape: Street Fighter 2: Mastering Great Combinations & Strategies.

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Ultra Street Fighter II Nintendo Switch - Is It Worth It? | RGT 85 Preview

Ultra Street Fighter II is coming to the Nintendo Switch soon, but is it worth it? Should you pick up Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers for the Switch? Find out my initial impressions in this preview of Ultra Street Fighter II Switch!

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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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ULTRA STREET FIGHTER 2: Violent Ken?! Evil Ryu?! Nintendo Switch?!?! Breakdown by Maximilian

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Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers Nintendo Switch 4K TV HDR10+ Samsung 55NU7093 138cm

Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers Nintendo Switch dock mode | 4K HDR10+ Samsung 55NU7093 138cm
Price $39.99
Platform Nintendo Switch
Release Date May 26, 2017
No. of Players up to 2 players
File Size 2.8 GB
Category Action, Fighting
Publisher Capcom

Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers (Nintendo Switch Quick Play)

Ultra Street Fighter 2 brings an updated classic to the Nintendo Switch! Here's a Quick Play with my gameplay and first impressions! Thanks for every Like and Favorite! They really help!

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Ultra Street Fighter II - Way Of The Hado Gameplay (Nintendo Switch)

Check out 5 minutes of the 1st person Way Of The Hado mode in Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers that makes use of the Joy-Con's motion controls!
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Street Fighter 30th Anniversary REVIEW for Nintendo Switch | RGT 85

The Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection brings 12 different Street Fighter games to the Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Xbox One. How does the Switch version of Street Fighter 30th fare? Let's find out!

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The Worst Motion Controls on Nintendo Switch | Way of the Hado in Ultra Street Fighter II

How bad can motion controls get? Well Alex seems to think Way of the Hado is frankly the worst example of waggle controls on the Switch to date, even though it's not been out very long. I tried to tell him, but he wasn't having any of it.

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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 2 The Final Challengers (Switch) 2 Player Co Op

An updated version of the Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo from 1994. Offers Classic Pixel and High Definition art style.

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We Played Ultra Street Fighter II - Hands-On Preview (Nintendo Switch)

We've played a bunch of Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers on Nintendo Switch! Find out about the new characters Evil Ryu & Violent Ken, new modes like Way of the Hado, the new & classic visual styles, how the Joy-Con controls work, and tons more in our in-depth preview discussion! Oh, and enjoy tons of new gameplay too!
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Ultra Street Fighter 2 Announced for the Nintendo Switch!!! BETTER THAN STREET FIGHTER 5!!!

So it was Announced at the Nintendo Presentation 2017 in Tokyo that Ultra Street Fighter 2 The Last Challengers will be coming to the Nintendo Switch with 2 new character's and also a few new features and also game modes if you guy's enjoyed don't forget to like and subscribe and also put your thoughts and comments down below and as always keep it OldSch00l and thank you for watching!!!

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Adam Cook: Street Fighter 2 remains a good game, whatever incarnation it appears in, but the new modes add nothing (and are bad) and it's far too expensive. A conundrum, then, and one only you can decide if you're willing to pay out for.

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Is It Worth It? - Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection Switch

Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is now out on Switch and today we talk about the value in the game and if we think it is worth it. Street Fighter is an awesome franchise that has stood the test of time but some people might think that $40 for the package might be a little too much. Let us know what YOU think in the comments below!

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Ultra Street Fighter 2 The Final Challengers Opening Nintendo Switch

Ultra Street Fighter 2 The Final Challengers Opening Nintendo Switch

Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers is a fighting game developed and published by Capcom for the Nintendo Switch video game console, which released worldwide on 26 May 2017. It is an updated version of 1994's Super Street Fighter II Turbo. The game features two graphical styles—classic pixel art and updated high-definition art. New gameplay mechanics and modes were also introduced, with minor changes being made to the game's balance.

Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers is an updated version of the 1991 fighting game Street Fighter II: The World Warrior. Gameplay is based on the Super Street Fighter II Turbo iteration of Street Fighter II, however Ultra Street Fighter II introduces new mechanics like grapple breaks and re-tunes some aspects of the game's balance. Combo timing has also been adjusted from the original games.

The game is playable in two styles on both graphic and sound settings: the Classic graphic mode featuring pixel art graphics of the original game which is played in 4:3 aspect ratio, which the New Generation graphic mode featuring the updated high definition graphics of 2008's Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix and is played in 16:9 widescreen. In the classic sound style, the game uses the original arcade soundtrack and voice-acting, while in the updated new generation sound style uses includes newly remixed music and the characters' Japanese voices from the Street Fighter IV series. The game supports all control options on the Nintendo Switch console, including play with a single Joy-Con controller.

Ultra Street Fighter II has a standard roster of nineteen characters, plus one hidden character. In addition to all seventeen fighters from Super Turbo (including Akuma, who is no longer a hidden character), two characters–Evil Ryu and Violent Ken–have been added to the game's roster. Evil Ryu and Shin Akuma first appeared in the series in 1996's Street Fighter Alpha 2. He is a version of Street Fighter protagonist Ryu that has succumbed to the evil power Satsui no Hado. Violent Ken makes his official debut in a Street Fighter game, having previously only appeared in the crossover fighting game SNK vs. Capcom: SVC Chaos. He is a version of Ken Masters that has been brainwashed by M. Bison and makes use of Bison's Psycho Powers. Further, Shin Akuma is featured as a secret character only selectable in local play through the input of a code on the character select screen.

The game features local and online multiplayer. Online multiplayer includes a point-based ranking system based on a player's wins and losses. A standby feature has been added to the game's arcade mode, which allows other online players to challenge and take the place of the CPU opponent that the player typically battles in arcade. A local cooperative game mode, known in the Alpha games as Dramatic Battle, has been added in Ultra Street Fighter II now known as Buddy Battle. It allows players to team up in a two versus one fight against a CPU player. Additionally the game includes a simplified one-hit knockout mode.

In addition to the standard 2D gameplay, there is also an exclusive new Street Fighter V/Street Fighter IV-styled first-person battle mode known as Way Of the Hado. In this mode, the player controls Ryu in a first-person perspective to defeat as many Shadaloo Soldiers as possible (Sometimes, M. Bison also appears as a boss). For this mode, the player must hold the Joy-Con controller in both hands to perform attacks such as Hadouken, Shoryuken and Tatsumaki Senpukyaku in order to defeat enemies. As the player progresses throughout the game, the player can earn growth points to power up Ryu. The mode has three difficulties: Beginner, Standard and Extra. There is also a practice mode for practicing attacks, as well as an Endless mode that lets the player fight until Ryu's health bar is empty.

USFII includes a gallery mode, containing over 1400 illustrations from the art book SF20: The Art of Street Fighter. The player can also listen to each fighter's modern or classic-styled stage music while in gallery mode.

In the Color Edit mode, the player can make their own alternate palettes for each of the 19 fighters, then use them in Arcade Mode, VS Mode and Online Battles, allowing for the storage of up to 10 custom palettes for each character.

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.



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