Play As Shin Akuma In Ultra Street Fighter II With This Code

Play As Shin Akuma In Ultra Street Fighter II With This Code”

GameSpot posted the below image of a slide that shows the specific steps you have to follow to unlock Shin Akuma in Nintendo Switch's Ultra Street Fighter 2. Even better: the process of finding him is a welcome throwback to a time before the internet was a thing for games. Sadly you will need to input those commands every time you wish to select him since the game will not permanently add him to the roster.

During the course of the Comic-Con in San Diego, Capcom presented Street Fighter and Monster Hunter among other games.

It's not hard to pull off, just a lot of steps to remember.

It involves selecting a series of characters on a certain color, then cancelling before selecting random and pressing L + R at the same time.

Next select Ken on the character select screen, but cancel the selection while on Color 9.

Choose Sagat, highlight colour 8, then press cancel.

- Select M. Bison, move to colour 7 and cancel. As Shin Akuma is very powerful, he can not be used in local wireless play or online battles.

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