Virtua Fighter (Sega 32X, 1995)
|It's clobberin' time! After Virtua Racing showed you the true power of the 32X, Sega brings you Virtua Fighter -- a no-holds-barred Arcade conversion featuring all the smooth polygon graphics, lightning-fast gameplay and realistic character designs of the Arcade machine.
A critically acclaimed and hit game, Virtua Fighter highly regarded for its in-depth fighting engine and real world fighting techniques, and has been revolutionary and highly influential in the evolution of the genre and video games in general.
Join Lau, Pai, Wolf, Jeffry, Sarah, Jacky, Akira and Kage as they engage in the epic battles of the Judgment 6 fighting tournament, featuring a final match against an opponent that's barely human. Added features include a remixed soundtrack, colorful new costumes for all characters and a new tournament mode where you and seven buddies can bust-a-move to see who's best.
Famicom Tsūshin scored the the Sega 32X version of the game a 30 out of 40.
Electronic Gaming Monthly scored the 32X version 30.5 out of 40 (average 7.625 out of 10), calling it an excellent conversion given the system it's on, but dated next to the graphically superior Saturn version and especially Virtua Fighter Remix, both of which had already been released. GamePro also noted that the 32X version suffers from more slowdown and fewer polygons than the Saturn version, as well as "tinny sound quality", but praised the additional options not included on the Saturn version and rated it as an overall strong port. They scored it 4.5 out of 5.
|Publisher||Sega of America, Inc.|
|Number of Players||1 or 2|
|ESRB Rating||T - Teen|
|ESRB Descriptor||Animated Violence|
|Game Series||Virtua Fighter Series|
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