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Ryuuko no Ken (Art of Fighting) - Sega Genesis and Mega Drive

Ryuuko no Ken (Art of Fighting)
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Manufacturer: Sega of America, Inc.
EAN: 0010086011463 UPC: 010086011463
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Paulo Júnior added this to a list 1 year, 9 months ago
Francisco de la Rosa rated this 7/10 2 years, 7 months ago
ape added this to a list 2 years, 8 months ago
Games of 1994 - ranked by preference (78 games items)

"Release Date: January 13, 1994 (NA) Publisher: Sega Developer: SNK Genre: Fighting Art of Fighting is one of the early SNK fighters, and like many of those early fighters, it's not quite refined yet. The fighting is passable, but it's not as smooth or fluid as later SNK fighting games would be, or as Street Fighter II already was. It's worth playing to check out the history of SNK fighting game franchises, but otherwise there are better fighters to play than this one in the 16-bit era."


ape added this to a list 2 years, 8 months ago
Genesis Games - ranked by preference (135 games items)

"Release Date: January 13, 1994 (NA) Publisher: Sega Developer: SNK Genre: Fighting Art of Fighting is one of the early SNK fighters, and like many of those early fighters, it's not quite refined yet. The fighting is passable, but it's not as smooth or fluid as later SNK fighting games would be, or as Street Fighter II already was. It's worth playing to check out the history of SNK fighting game franchises, but otherwise there are better fighters to play than this one in the 16-bit era."


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