It's not an uncommon opinion to believe Street Fighter II is a game that's been re-badged, milked, and dead-horse-beaten to the point that it's beyond a joke. That's not to say it's not worthy of its legendary status amongst not only fighting games but video games as an art form, but sometimes enough's enough.

But that's not enough for Capcom, and so Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers is heading to Nintendo Switch very soon, for better or for worse. One of the new features Capcom have added to give this Nintendo outing more worth is to add a new mode called Way of the Hado, where you control Ryu from a first-person perspective and attempt to destroy wave after wave of minions using motion controls, although sadly the minions in question aren't those malodorous yellow money printers.

To say the minigame is limited in its appeal is a gross understatement, and as you can see from the video above, it's presented in a state that works, but not when you want it to. Make sure you give it a watch and let us know what you think of this Hadouken-riddled waggle party in the comments down below.