Jakejames Lugo of The Koalition writes: I love Street Fighter 2. To me, it’s not only one of the most important fighting games to ever be released in history, but it’s one that has lasted far beyond its initial release and has remained fun to play across generations of players. Every iteration of Street Fighter 2, with all of their updates and character additions, has built upon the foundation that was first laid out back in the early 1990s.
However, while the new content for the latest iteration of Capcom’s finest fighting game has managed to squeeze out more of hours of gameplay for some, it has also killed some of the fun from playing it. Here are three main reasons why Ultra Street Fighter 2: The Final Challengers is a dead game.