Capcom revealed two new features for “Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers.” (Photo : YouTube/Nintendo UK)
Capcom revealed two new features for "Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers."
Nintendo Switch's version of the hit classic game will receive two new features - Gallery mode and color editing mode. "Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers" gallery mode will allow players to view 1400 images from the book "SF20: The Art of Street Fighter," while the second feature will let players to change the colors of their characters within the game title.
While the gallery mode feature will allow gamers to view images in 250-dpi high resolution pictures, the game's color editing mode will give an extensive pallet of colors where gamers can choose from in order to change their characters' costume or skin colors. Both new features of "Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers" can be done via the touchscreen of Nintendo Switch, where players can save up to 10 variations of each characters.
The unveiling of the games' new functions just came after the announcement of "Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers" first-person mode called "Way of the Hado," which features three sub-modes - Stage Mode, Endless Mode and Training Mode. To those uninitiated, Stage Mode is where players will defeat numerous enemies to proceed while Endless Mode is where they will fight until their health reaches zero. Training Mode, on the other hand, is where players of "Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers" can practice, Dual Shockers has learned.
In other Capcom news, the Japanese video game developer has just filed a second trademark for "Deep Down." According to a twitter post by Gematsu, "Deep Down's" trademark was filed on Feb. 9, which marks the game's second trademark following the first one filed by Capcom in 2013.
— Gematsu (@gematsucom) February 16, 2017
"Deep Down" was initially unveiled during 2013s PlayStation Meeting, where the game was revealed to be a PS4 exclusive game. Capcom's much awaited game appears to be still in its developmental stage since not much details has been revealed about the game, aside from the update given by Yoshinori Oyo in 2015 via 4Gamer, as cited by Siliconera.