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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 833d ago | review

Virtua Fighter 2 Review for XBLA, PSN | Gaming-Age

Gaming-Age writes:

"In the endless sea of fighting games that populated arcades in the early '90s, one stood out with its amazing 3D graphics and hard to master combos. This was Virtua Fighter by Sega and it set a standard that many other 3D fighters followed or copied. A few years later, Sega struck gold again with a stellar sequel and finally after a few watered down home ports, Virtua Fighter 2 comes home via Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network." (PS3, Virtua Fighter 2, Xbox 360) A+/A+

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