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Anti-Matter

@Strix
Don't worry.
Just go get Street Fighter 30th Anniversary.
You can keep your USF II as collection.
So, who don't want to play Alpha series , III, II and I in One cartridge ?

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I am so hyped for this...I keep hoping Capcom will port MvC (any of them at this point) and Ultra IV.

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@Strix I mean, they're vastly different games. As far as fighting games go, the SFIII series holds up extremely well by today's standards. Can't say the same about II. Alpha is dated too, just not as much. YMMV, I suppose, but I don't think owning another fighting game, even another SF game, negates the appeal of this collection.

I also hope Ultra Street Fighter IV makes it to the system someday. Don't think it will happen for various reasons (SFV being once), but a man can dream. I played so many hours of SSFIV on my 3DS, it was the first game I bought for the thing.

And since @1UP_MARIO mentioned the game already, I'm also excited for Fighting EX Layer (if you couldn't tell), and I'd love to have that on Switch too. The beta dropped a while ago, actually.

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Thanks I will be sure to check that out

@Strix

It all depends on your street fighter preference, USFII is defiantly one of the best versions of Street Fighter II out there, but some people prefer the other versions better, I myself would rather play 3RD strike above any of the other Street Fighter games.

and another un-popular opinion, but I also prefer the Alpha series over the Street Fighter II series, so this game has already sold me, and by sold me I mean I will be getting two copies of it day one. One for me and one for my boss, I'm trying to get him into fighting games. It will also be neat to try out Street Fighter 1 since I never played it.

and out of the 4-5 versions of Street Fighter II this collections has they will most likely be my least played out of the set

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ValhallaOutcast

@JTMnM I purchased USF2 how is this an insult, remember USF2 was exclusive to the switch this was made for the PS4 and XB1 and they included the switch, would it have been less insulting if they didnt make it for the Switch?

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Bass_X0

There was a European trailer which was identical except it didn't show the cases for the game leading to some people speculating that it may be a digital only game in Europe.

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JoeDiddley

I’ll be disappointed if it’s digital only in Europe, guess I’d just import it.

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Rusted_Gold

@JoeDiddley
That's one of the best things about the Switch that you never have to worry about region locking.
Hoping you guys get a physical release I'm thinking of importing some games but I hate having to pay the extra shipping just to have it physical and waiting for the game as well

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ValhallaOutcast

@Rusted_Gold The PS4 is region free also, dont own a XB1 so not sure about that

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Moviefan2k4

I wonder if this will include all the various changes included for "Ultra Street Fighter II", or just the originals.

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ValhallaOutcast

@Moviefan2k4 keep in mind these are pure arcade ports, ultra SFII was a game made for the switch

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Moviefan2k4

ValhallaOutcast wrote:

@Moviefan2k4 keep in mind these are pure arcade ports, ultra SFII was a game made for the switch

I'm also wondering how they're going to fit 12 arcade-quality games, on what basically amounts to a digital camera's SD card.

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SKTTR

@Moviefan2k4 Games with 14,3GB like Skyrim fit on a Switch card, even games with 32GB like Dragon Quest Heroes I & II fit on a Switch card.

More than half of these Street Fighter games are 32MB (0,032GB) or less, and the other half is about the size of a 600MB Playstation disc (0,6GB). I think all the games together are 2GB at most, but it depends. Videos and bonus extras could bring this up to 3GB. Still nothing when compared to a 13,8GB Breath of the Wild.

The newest game on the compilation, Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike, is 620MB.

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Inertiacreep

@Moviefan2k4 yea dude.. how much data do you think a 1990 arcade game running at 480p takes? Lol

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ValhallaOutcast

@Moviefan2k4 I have SF, all the SFII versions and the Alphas already as ROMS and combined they are around 100MB its just arcade emulation those games were not big

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JoeDiddley

@Rusted_Gold I agree totally. For this game I personally won’t mind a small wait as much as if it was a brand new game I hadn’t played, and I would pay a little extra for physical (but often physical is cheaper than the e shop anyway).

Although I’m glad it’s an option, a local version would be much better if announced.

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@ValhallaOutcast
I did not know that the PS4 was also Region free that's awesome

@JoeDiddley
Exactly the biggest thing I don't like about getting games on eShop is that they take up space, I'm at about 25 physical games and about 9-12sih digital games and now it's time to start shopping for a MicroSD card.

Also the pro's of having physical copies far out weigh the cons in my opinion. And since it's Nintendo I do see a Switch mini, Switch XL, ect down the road, and with owning physical copies I still see myself being able to play my games 10-20 years down the road, with one example of me losing digital games in the past being a bunch of digital games for my old Xbox 360, that are now long gone my 360's broke two of em, and I don't remember my old gamertag/password, with the latter being more my fault then anything else for not keeping that written down somewhere, but once the servers are down that's a lot of money just gone, not just Microsoft but any service and company

I do use Humble Bundle a lot so I am sitting on around 400 games on steam, and if steam ever poops out those games are gone, I have a lot of time and money invested in skins in League of Legends and if they poop out too, also gone. I played a ton of WOW but quit after Lich King because at least to me Cataclysm ruined the game, so all my time and subscription fees wasted with nothing to show for, but nostalgia of better days in the World of Warcraft

I'm not opposed to Digital obliviously since I still get digital games, but given the option for physical I will always go for physical copy even if it is a few more buck or a wait time, since I have lost digital content in the past, also you can always sell physical later down the road

Hope they give you guys a local version but if not don't, Don't worry their are games I have to import from the UK as well so I share your pain, why didn't Siberia get a US release dang it

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Moviefan2k4

Inertiacreep wrote:

@Moviefan2k4 yea dude.. how much data do you think a 1990 arcade game running at 480p takes? Lol

I have no idea, but they'd have to increase the resolution for HDTVs with a system like the Switch...which means bigger file sizes by default.

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SKTTR

@Moviefan2k4 A high-resolution picture doesn't make a file larger, high-resolution textures do. But these games will be kept in their original format and they won't get a high-res makeover like Ultra Street Fighter II got. The picture will get stretched to fit the higher resolution. That's a few lines of code, not even a 1MB file increase on the emulator these games are running on.

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