Let’s get one thing out of way: expanded/enhanced editions of a fighting game is a necessary evil. Accept it and learn to embrace it. If you really think about the context of fighting games, new editions of an existing game are a blessing when done right. Capcom arguably started this trend way back when and has become almost notorious for it. Even though it seemed that things were done and dusted with Street Fighter IV, Capcom eventually announced Ultra Street Fighter IV. They revitalized mainstream interest in fighting games with Street Fighter IV, its popularity and impact almost comparable to what Street Fighter II accomplished back in the day. Even as we usher into the next generation of gaming, the company gives the old dog one last run in the spotlight with Ultra Street Fighter IV.