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.





Street Fighter III: New Generation
Video length: 17:02
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Difficulty level: 3 out of 5

Playthrough with Dudley. This game is the easiest and shortest in the SFIII series, and Gill is the only difficult. I found using Dudley's corkscrew blow super art to be pretty good, if you knock the opponent down and do it as they get up, they often won't block it.





Street Fighter III: 2nd Impact
Video length: 18:33
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Difficulty level: 3 out of 5

Playthrough with Sean. The only tricky part of this game is if you want to fight Akuma -you've got to get at least two perfect wins without losing any rounds, and the CPU often seems to want to prevent you from getting any, even in the early fights. Not that it's the difficult to beat early on, it's just opponents often throw out a jab just to take a tiny bit of health off you.





Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike
Video length: 22:55
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Difficulty level: 3 out of 5

Playthrough with Ryu. I picked the shin shoryuken for his super art, since it does a lot of damage. Again, the only super difficult opponent in this game is Gill, I can usually beat him much more easily than I did in this playthrough, but when you've only got a Joy-Con to play this with it's a lot harder.





Street Fighter Alpha: Warrior's Dreams
Video length: 21:22
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Difficulty level: 3 out of 5

Playthrough with Sagat. I used a cheat that lets you fight Akuma in the first match. The reason I did this is because if you fight Akuma at the end of the game and win, you don't get to see your character's ending. Overall this game isn't that difficult, Akuma is the hardest opponent you can face.





Street Fighter Alpha 2
Video length: 17:34
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Difficulty level: 3 out of 5

Playthrough with the alternate version of Ryu. He's basically Evil Ryu, although he's never actually called that in this game. This game is one of the easiest Street Fighter games ever made, apart from Capcom trolling everyone with Shin Akuma. He's really difficult secret boss in this game as his basic special moves and combos do a lot of damage. As I was struggling to beat him with the Joy-Con controller, I had to lower the game speed to the normal setting to compensate.





Street Fighter Alpha 3
Video length: 21:13
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Difficulty level: 3 out of 5

Playthrough with Sodom. Unlike the previous games, this has no extra boss to fight, so it's not as difficult to playthrough. I know a lot of people think M. Bison is difficult to beat in this game, but as long as you block his super psycho crusher, he's not that bad.

I picked the X-Ism version of Sodom, since he gets to use swords, just like he had in Final Fight.





Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers
Video length: 22:31
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Difficulty level: 4 out of 5

Playthrough with Ken. The developers messed up the default difficulty of this version, the setting is too high compared to the original arcade game. It means the CPU does a lot more damage than normal, which makes this game a lot harder to get through. It's not that bad if you use Ryu or Ken though.





Super Street Fighter II Turbo
Video length: 31:50
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Playthrough with Ken. This playthrough is awful, I had to spam save states to win. Basically, this version of SFII features some of the most frustratingly tough and cheap opponents ever seen in a fighting game. Combine that with the fact that I only had the Joy-Con's crappy cross pad to play this with and there was no way I was ever going to beat this legitimately. Next time I play this game... I will beat it for real.





Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers
Video length: 19:35
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Difficulty level: 2 out of 5

Playthrough with Violent Ken. This game uses the same in-game graphics as SSFIIT HD Remix, but adds some extra characters and also makes the game much easier -the CPU opponents are mostly push-overs in comparison to what they were like before.