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Let's Compare - Fatal Fury
« on: July 07, 2016, 03:16:41 AM »
Fatal Fury: King of Fighters is a 1991 head-to-head fighting game released by SNK for the Neo Geo arcade and home platforms. Fatal Fury was SNK's first fighting game for the Neo Geo system and served as the inaugural game in their Fatal Fury series, as well as the first game to depict the fictional "King of Fighters" tournament (which became the basis for the later The King of Fighters games). Many of SNK's mainstay characters, including the Bogard brothers Terry and Andy, friend Joe Higashi, and their nemesis Geese Howard, made their debut in this game.

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The gameplay follows the typical formula of most fighting games: the player competes against their opponent in best two-out-of-three matches. The play controls consists of an eight directional joystick and three attack buttons: punch, kick and throw. Each of the playable character has special techniques that are performed by inputting specific commands and combination with the joystick and buttons. The input methods for special moves are shown to the player during the course of the game (after every bonus round), as opposed to being given in an instruction card in the game's cabinet.
The most novel aspect of Fatal Fury were the addition of two-line battles. Many stages featured two rows, a background row and a foreground row. Players can change between rows at any time other than the Single-Player mode, where in almost all fights, you have to wait for the CPU opponent to change rows before you can. You are not required however to do so.
When a second player joins during the middle of a one player fight, instead of postponing the current battle for a match between the two players, the game will make both players team-up against the current CPU opponent in a two-on-one match before their battle takes place.
After every second match in the single player tournament, the player will participate in a bonus round mini-game involving an arm wrestling match against a machine. The player must tap the A button rapidly to win these mini-games.

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Re: Let's Compare - Fatal Fury
« Reply #1 on: July 07, 2016, 18:32:46 PM »
Another great video, have to say each and every version looks pretty damn good to me.
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Re: Let's Compare - Fatal Fury
« Reply #2 on: July 08, 2016, 00:40:44 AM »
I agree.  I think all the versions did look very good.  Sound had some differences but visually they are a pretty close match.

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Re: Let's Compare - Fatal Fury
« Reply #3 on: July 18, 2016, 21:14:29 PM »
The SNES port could've been a lot better.

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Re: Let's Compare - Fatal Fury
« Reply #4 on: July 21, 2016, 16:57:30 PM »
Wow, that Sharp X68000 version seemed pretty awful. The Neo Geo CD was incredible though.

 

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