So far we've seen games like ARMS fully leverage the JoyCons in innovative new ways, tracking gamers' punches and movements and mirroring them in-game, but Ultra Street Fighter II will do the same with its first-person mode. The game will also include two newly playable characters: Violent Ken and Evil Ryu. It looks like the company will easily be able to dole out games for the Nintendo Switch as Nintendo is said to be more open to third-party developers this time around.
Capcom threw fighting game fans a curveball last month when it announced Ultra Street Fighter 2: The Final Challengers would come to the Nintendo Switch in 2017.
Polygon also predicts that "Unleash!" is more of a minigame that is time-based, and it will have Ryu battling wave after wave of Bison's lackeys. Unfortunately, other details are not known, in addition it was pointed out that the box also shows the presence of an artwork gallery in high resolution with over 250 pages of illustrations drawn from the main episodes of the series. The Hadoken mode was actually briefly shown during the announcement trailer for the game back in January but it was not fully explained until now. Given the Joy-Con motion controllers being specified, it could be that the player will have to use motion controls to perform the move.
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Finally, MT Framework engine's logo is on the box.
First, this new mode will feature more than just the Hadoken. Now, it turns out that Capcom isn't quite done using Street Fighter 2 to surprise people.