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Re: Favorite Obscure fighters?

by TheRev Wed Apr 03, 2013 4:56 pm

dunpeal2064 wrote:Doesn't Faust turn Bridget into a girl eventually though?

Botched Circumcision?
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Re: Favorite Obscure fighters?

by EvilRyu2099 Wed Apr 03, 2013 10:44 pm

TheRev wrote:Just throwing this out there since everyone is talking about Poison. I want to remind you all that....


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Re: Favorite Obscure fighters?

by Violent By Design Thu Apr 04, 2013 12:49 pm

d123456 wrote:
TheRev wrote:
Retronomy wrote:I'm really fond of Jo-Jo's Bizarre Adventure. I'm not sure if it got a stateside release, but it's an awesome 2D fighter you just don't hear much people talking about.


Dreamcast 360 and I think PS3

And ps1
Poison is a very femenin sexy lady, impossible to be tranny. Nothing can change my mind. Not even that great video. Funny that half of this thread is about that.
Look, you can draw a beautiful female and then tell me she is a tranny. But I can tell a woman from a man
Love Rumble Fish as well.
As for Fate unlimited codes, That game can be played in 480p and in 16:9 on the ps2 with some hacks.



You'd be surprised, that's all I'm going to say. Seen plenty of good looking woman who are actually men (or used to be men, I should say).
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Re: Favorite Obscure fighters?

by ninjainspandex Thu Apr 04, 2013 1:09 pm

EvilRyu2099 wrote:
TheRev wrote:Just throwing this out there since everyone is talking about Poison. I want to remind you all that....


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What do you mean by "hardcore"?
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Re: Favorite Obscure fighters?

by Jmenglan Thu Apr 04, 2013 2:03 pm

Wu-Tang: Shaolin Style for the PlayStation, what a ridiculous but enjoyable game.
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Re: Favorite Obscure fighters?

by d123456 Fri Apr 05, 2013 4:31 pm

CD AGES wrote:[-Martial Masters (I love this game!)

Probably the hiddenest gem of all time.
If you like TS & Garou check this little gem out.
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Re: Favorite Obscure fighters?

by mjmjr25 Sun Apr 07, 2013 8:05 pm

CD AGES wrote:Anywho, I recall the OP making a similar thread on another site a while back. I recall answering with:
-Rumble Fish
-Evil Zone
-Martial Masters (I love this game!)

others franchises worth mentioning enjoying but have little exposure in market...
-Destrega
-Buriki One


Seconds on Rumble Fish series, as well as Buriki One.

Thirds on Martial Masters, and while I don't think it reaches Garou, that is the right vein for sure. Extremely solid title.

Never played Evil Zone or Destrega, will check them out.

Anyone have much experience with Warzard or Kaiser Knuckle? Have been considering grabbing them but don't know a ton about them other than some vids.
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Re: Favorite Obscure fighters?

by CD AGES Sun Apr 07, 2013 9:42 pm

Never played Evil Zone or Destrega, will check them out.


Both are very unique for their time and for the genre. Destrega feels a tad like Psychic Force series, but with a more heavily grounded approach. Evil Zone is heavily Amine influenced and the combat scheme is very basic. But it works well and the overall presentation is fantastic.
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Re: Favorite Obscure fighters?

by TheRev Mon Apr 08, 2013 4:36 pm

mjmjr25 wrote:Seconds on Rumble Fish series, as well as Buriki One.

Thirds on Martial Masters, and while I don't think it reaches Garou, that is the right vein for sure. Extremely solid title.

Never played Evil Zone or Destrega, will check them out.

Anyone have much experience with Warzard or Kaiser Knuckle? Have been considering grabbing them but don't know a ton about them other than some vids.


Both are well worth your time and imaginary quarters.

EvilRyu2099 wrote:One of these days I'm going to start a hardcore Bridget fanclub!! After a Dizzy one of course..


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Dizzy huh?
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Re: Favorite Obscure fighters?

by Sonicx360 Thu Apr 11, 2013 4:21 pm

Though, I love the Rival Schools series, another credit goes to KOF 2006. Sure, some may scoff at this game for being 3D and slow-paced, but it is a lot better than what others think. Gameplay-wise, it may not be the best KOF game, but it meets the fundamentals that the series is renowned for (just minus the tag team, though that returned on KOF Maximum Impact: Regulation A).
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