A twist on the Street Fighter series by CAPCOM. But if you can defeat your opponent with your devastating moves you can be able to pull off one hecc of a finishing move. Different opponent could mean a different finishing move.
Reila from Reila and other crossover heroines from StudioS works
bring the roster up to a mind-boggling 24 fighters!!
Ultra Strip Fighter IV “Omeco Edition” isn’t quite a masterful, but what it does get right is a pleasant surprise. Strip Fighter IV is a fighting title by Studio S that has gone through two previous iterations — the first one being “vanilla” — and the other being “Super”. As the name implies, it is also a sequel to Strip Fighter and Strip Fighter II, but oddly enough not Strip Fighter III. Released in 2008 and updated to the “Omeco Edition” in 2015, Stree… Strip Fighter IV essentially parodies Street Fighter as well as a number of other fighting games. At it’s core, it is a 2D interpretation of Street Fighter IV’s gameplay mechanics, taking certain aspects and making them somewhat more accessible than the source material.
Ultra Strip Fighter IV: Omeco Edition; overall, is a competent fighter with plenty of things done well. As a parody of both fighting games and otaku culture, it’s pretty solid with recognizable elements. It has clear, glaring deficiencies in the art and animation departments, but it’s not an unplayable mess. I wouldn’t say that this game is tournament worthy, but it’s definitely a step in the right direction. With better presentation, animation, and a more finely tuned fighting system, they could make a future Strip Fighter game that would challenge the perception of a hentai fighting game.
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Title: Ultra Strip Fighter IV
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