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Ilse Jurriën : May 31th 2017 - 22:45 CET

New fighting game for Nintendo Switch

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NintendoUltra Street Fighter II for Nintendo Switch : Nintendo released a new fighting game exclusively for the Switch game console. Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers is based on the game that rocked the fighting genre in the ‘90s. The fighting game comes with a host of additional features and upgrades. The Final Challengers features all of the classic characters, new single player and multiplayer modes, and two new fighters: Evil Ryu and Violent Ken. With Nintendo Switch, you can fight anytime, anywhere and challenge anyone - play on the big screen at home, or take the fight to the streets. Prop up Nintendo Switch with the built-in stand, remove the Joy-Con and hand one to a friend for instant two-player scuffles.
Nintendo Switch fighting game

Nintendo Switch fighting game
Discover a number of enhancements and refinements, like all-new game modes, reworked HD graphics, additional characters and more. Use the Joy-Con’s motion-sensing capabilities to throw Hadokens in the Way of the Hado mode, or browse through over 250 pages of stunning artwork in the exclusive digital art book.

Whether you’re taking on the CPU in the classic Arcade mode, partnering up with a pal in the brand new Buddy Battle, or just throwing down in old-school Versus action, there’s plenty to keep you on your toes. With a number of co-operative and competitive modes, as well as seamless drop-in/drop-out functionality and online play, Ultra Street Fighter II for Nintendo Switch it’s the perfect pick-up-and-play fighting game.

The Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers game is now available in shops and as a downloadable version from Nintendo eShop. The Nintendo Switch fighting game has a suggested retail price of $40 / £35 / €40.

Sega Sonic Mania
In addition, Sega also announced a new game for the Switch game console. The classic Sonic Mania game will be released in August 2017. Gamers can play as Sonic, Tails, and Knuckles as they race through all-new Zones and fully re-imagined classics. Sonic Mania carries an affordable price tag of $20.

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