And Halo: Combat Evolved, but this is Nintendo Life, so...
The World Video Game Hall of Fame has been up and running for three years now, which is organised and run by The Strong museum in Rochester, New York. Its third intake of games has now been confirmed, with two Nintendo-published titles making the cut among four inductees. There were 12...
Including crazy colour customisation options
Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers is one of a few enticing titles due in May, and will hopefully make a mark at retail for the Nintendo Switch. Capcom's retro reimagining / remaster / sequel-thing looks rather fun, and could certainly appeal to gamers old enough to remember the 'original' and...
And monochrome Chun Li
Ultra Street Fighter II continues to give up its secrets, with details regarding its gallery and colour edit modes joining the news of a first-person, motion-controlled section known as Way of the Hado. The first-person mode sees you fighting against waves of Shadaloo thugs, using certain motions to defeat them. Success earns...
New 3DS / SNES
Speedy fighting on the go
Ever since SNES games were announced as coming to the New Nintendo 3DS it seemed inevitable that Capcom would jump at the chance to flog us Street Fighter II again and - sure enough - here it is. In a surprise move they've skipped the World Warrior port and moved straight to Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper Fighting, released...
"Go home and be a family man!"
Following the delights of watching YouTuber Nick Luciano's dad reenact the taunt animations from Super Smash Bros for Wii U, we had to bring you his latest video where the game-for-a-laugh Father takes on the challenge of mimicking the victory poses from beloved Capcom brawler Street Fighter II' Turbo: Hyper Fighting...
Once again we bring you a look at what another classic SNES title would be like if it was given the 3D Classics treatment. This time around, we've converted Street Fighter II, the one-on-one fighter that made the genre what it is today. As always, these videos are designed to be enjoyed in 3D using the New Nintendo 3DS's Internet...
Because, why not?
Street Fighter II was massive back in the day. After launching on the SNES it would be ported to practically every other games machine on the face of the planet, including the monochrome Game Boy. One format that didn't get it was the ill-fated Virtual Boy - understandable when you consider how much of a commercial bomb it was -...
Australian classification rating gives the game away
Capcom's Game Boy Advance port of its classic Super Street Fighter II: Turbo arcade machine is headed to the Wii U Virtual Console. The source of this news if the good old Australian OFLC, which has recently rated the game. Super Street Fighter II: Turbo Revival
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