Nintendo Everything reports that Japanese game cases have outed a special "Unlesh!"
The title, which is a new version of Street Fighter 2, will feature two new characters in the form of Evil Ryu and Violent Ken, and will also add a new game mode for 2-versus-1 fights inspired by Street Fighter Alpha's Dramatic Battle mode.
We're excited for Capcom's Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers on the Nintendo Switch because it's going to offer perhaps the best old-school Street Fighter experience on modern consoles, and will no doubt sport its own sizable competitive community online. The confirmation comes from the box art, itself. HaDOken, in which players will be using the Nintendo Switch's Joy-Con controllers.
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Judging by the footage, Way of the Hado looks like an interesting feature to include in a Street Fighter game, to say the least.
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There is also a logo from Capcom's main game engine on the box, MT Framework. The game cover likewise illustrates that "Ultra Street Fighter II" will have some kind of art gallery in which players can view over 250 pages of artwork. That suggests it won't just be a perspective twist on normal Ultra Street Fighter 2 gameplay but something quite different.