Threw my controller at least once, and questioned my choices in life many times over as I played through the arcade mode of Samurai Shodown on the Super NES!
While many ports of modern fighting games have translated very well on iOS, such as Street Fighter IV: Volt and King of Fighters i-2012, the older titles in the genre haven’t carried over so well. Titles such as Street Fighter II Collection, Marvel vs. Capcom 2, Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, and SoulCalibur are plagued with sub-par controls, limited feature sets, shortened character rosters and unreasonable pricing.
As someone with a soft spot in my heart for the Samurai Shodown series, I was really hoping that the Samurai Shodown II port to iOS would buck that trend. I should have known better.