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Submitted by Wick 808d ago | review

Fighting Vipers Review | WGTC

John from We Got This Covered wrote:

As far as SEGA’s recent rereleases of three classic fighters go, Virtua Fighter 2 is from their most famous and long-lasting fighting series, while Sonic the Fighters also has recognizable characters. Fighting Vipers is a bit different. Though still a traditional fighter in most aspects, the game, originally released for arcades in 1995 and ported to the SEGA Saturn in 1996, never received any sequels, or had any characters that become icons for the genre. And while some aspects of the presentation seem pretty silly nowadays, the core game is still enjoyable. (Fighting Vipers, PS3, Xbox 360) 3/5

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