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Submitted by ChaosKnight 838d ago | article

Graveyard: Fighters Megamix

Fighters Megamix's gameplay has held up shockingly well thanks to its fast pace and inclusion of both walled and open environments to mix things up. The roster is definitely one of the most memorable you'll ever encounter in a fighting game and one of the reasons it's a shame the game hasn't been re-released later. (Retro)

Moncole  +   838d ago
Wrong post.
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Neoprime  +   837d ago
If they bring this out they better put a damn Practice mode in and a Watch Mode.
bit-crusherrrr  +   837d ago
Loved fighters megamix, how about a new one sega :)

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