Its been a very long time since we have seen a major Street Fighter game on a Nintendo game console. In fact, one of the last times that we have seen a major Street Fighter title on a Nintendo game console was back in the 90’s when Capcom had released Street Fighter Alpha 2 for various game console including the SNES.
One of the last remakes that we saw for the SF II series included an awesome remake of Super Street Fighter II: Turbo HD Remix was available for both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 through their respective online networks. Some of the things that stood out the most about Super Street Fighter II: HD Remix included its high quality artwork along with the game’s soundtrack which was produced by OverClocked ReMix members who are extremely popular on Youtube when it comes down to VGM. Not only is Ultra Street Fighter II: Final Challengers suppose to have a new first person mini game but it also includes some new characters that were not included in HD Remix such as Evil Ryu and Violent Ken.
Ultra Street Fighter II: Final Challengers is also expected to have a dramatic battle mode which was a gameplay option that was very popular in games such as Street Fighter Alpha 2 & 3 back in the mid to late 90’s. Rather then giving people the similar options as the older Street Fighter II titles “Final Challengers” provides them with more gameplay options and highly refined graphics which contributes to the overall replay value of the game itself. The fact that Capcom is releasing Ultra Street Fighter II: Final Challengers for the Nintendo Switch is pretty cool. However, Ultra Street Fighter II: Final Challengers has only been announced for the Nintendo Switch giving many people the impression that its going to be exclusively for that console only. If Ultra Street Fighter II: Final Challengers is released exclusively for the Nintendo Switch it can be one of the many games along with the likes of Sonic Mania and Zelda: Breath of the Wild that can possibly contribute to more people buying the game console along with great sales in the years 2017 & 2018.