The husband and wife war rages on as Will and Rachel take their never-ending feud into the streets.
A note from Will Harrison, time-traveling journalist and editor:
So, the release of Street Fighter V has come and gone. Wouldn’t you know it, the servers still suck and the game is damn near unplayable in online mode (which, wouldn’t ya know, is the only way you can earn currency or titles. Shiny!).
With that in mind, please feel free to ignore the positivity and ineptitude of the following words. I clearly have no idea what I’m talking about.
Sigh. Capcom. You ruin everything. EVERYTHING.
Rachel and I return with more archived versus mode footage in Ultra Street Fighter IV.
In this installment of Backlog Adventures’ ‘Let Us Play!’ series, Will (@DoubleUHarrison) and Rachel take their never-ending Street Fighter rivalry to versus mode, facing off in 6 or so matches.
By their nature, fighting games have a high barrier of entry. This changes depending on the different type of fighting game, but for the most part the coordination and reflexes required to play tend to cause many players to check out. A select few fighters have attempted to alleviate this issue, such as Marvel vs. Capcom 3’s ‘Simple Mode’ that assigned special moves and super attacks to specific buttons. But, modes like this are often considered a special mode and not the main game.