I don't currently own a Switch -you can thank my own brother for letting me borrow his. It doesn't have any games I particularly want, or that I can't get on other consoles I do own.

Street Fighter
Video length: 14:11
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Difficulty level: 5 out of 5

Playthrough with Ryu, using the version of the game included on the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection. The problem with playing the games on this collection is that I had to use the default Joy-Con controller. Which personally, I found extremely NOT GOOD for fighting games, but I had no choice but to proceed. For Street Fighter I actually found it easier to use the thumb stick than the cross pad, but as most people know, the controls for this game are awful so it's just the case of trying to make the best of a bad situation.

Street Fighter II: The World Warrior
Video length: 19:35
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Difficulty level: 3 out of 5

Playthrough with Ken. World Warrior is one of the easier versions of SFII, as it's easy to dizzy your opponent. The bosses have some unfair advantages with some of their normal moves that they'd lose in later games, but they still aren't that difficult overall.

Street Fighter II' Champion Edition
Video length: 22:12
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Difficulty level: 3 out of 5

Playthrough with Vega. I think Champion Edition is the easiest version of SFII, so much so that even though I only had a Joy-Con controller, I was able to use someone other than Ryu or Ken. Vega's fierce punch is great, if you do it at a distance most opponents will get hit by it, often repeatedly.

Street Fighter II' Hyper Fighting
Video length: 19:37
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Difficulty level: 4 out of 5

Playthrough with Ryu. Whilst I like the extra moves in this game, I don't care for the faster game speed, and the CPU was made more difficult. You can't go wrong with the old fireball, dragon punch them when they jump strat though. It works really well on M. Bison.