As early signs hint about a revival of the unabashed fighting game, GWN takes a look at ten classic beat-'em-ups they'd most like to see in your favorite console's online catalog.
"When Double Dragon home conversions failed to satisfy, UK games developer Ocean stepped in with Target: Renegade, providing a superb 2-player, co-operative, urban street brawler starring the rebel without a cause from the original Technos smash hit." wazzafack?0_o he crazy ? that game looks damn awful DD is way better! and then he said he liked the DD arcade version......uhmm sorry DD2 on the nes still the best one.
i loved that game, it was so over the top! sega bring it back! or anyone remember that fighting game on saturn that had characters from virtua fighter fighting vipers sonic and probably others all in the one game? man i speant ages on that game back in the day
make it happer sega!
This was an awesome fighter on Atari 8-bit.
Where's Killer Instinct?
Rival Schools and Powerstone. The two franchises I'd like to see re-made. Maybe Samurai Showdown and Eternal Champions too; used to play the heck out of those back in the day.
why not budokan? it had better graphics,sound and joystick movements.
Pit Fighter Clay Fighter Rival School Eternal Champions TIME KILLERS (only if you are a true fighter)
rival schools fighters megamix fighting vipers that 3d samurai game that game out on PS1 and was the Shizzle where if you got hit in the arm it would go limp, or if you got hit in the leg youd be gimpy, one hit kills. i wish i remembered the name of the game if anyone does please let me know ill go buy it. nah it wasnt tobal or tobal 2 samurai somthing or another...not sam warrior or sam showdown
I think that was Tobal
Marvel Vs Capcom Killer Instinct
Primal Rage Killer Instinct Clay Fighter and Marvel vs. Capcom
Vendetta crimefighters Fighter's Megamix Powerstone Marionz: Before i'd say Fighting Vipers id say Fighters Megamix. but i love the idea of a part 3 version More fine tuned.
OMG ERGIZE!!! the one with Cloud
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