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Submitted by Georgieboysaxe 882d ago | review

Presspauseradio.com's Quarter Circle Forward Review: Virtua Fighter 2

"Fighting games sure have come a long way since the mid 90s. Every now and again, it's great to go back to the days when the arcade fighter was king. But some games have aged more gracefully than others, especially when it comes down to 3D fighting games such as Virtua Fighter 2.

Virtua Fighter was hailed at the time of its creation as a king amongst fighting games (definitely not to be confused with The King of Fighters, which is another topic altogether). Where the original game lacked - very obviously, given the era -- in visual finesse, Virtua Fighter 2 came back with much better-looking visuals and the solid game play the the brand was known for: fast, super-technical and ridiculously deep."

-Presspauseradio.com (PS3, Virtua Fighter 2) 2.5/5

derkasan  +   882d ago
I feel the depth is still there, but it is nowhere near as refined as Virtua Fighter 5. And yes, the computer can be downright cheap.

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