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About the product
- A total of 33 SNK characters with their own fighting styles and unique moves
- First time Art Of Fighting appears on a Sony platform in North America
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Art of Fighting 1,2 and 3 - each complete game in the trilogy, featuring Ryo Sakazaki and Robert Garcia on their quest to rescue Ryo's sister Yuri.
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Personally, I've never been a big fan of the Art of Fighting series. Just couldn't really get into it like some other fighting games; however, I still enjoyed it from time to time.
This compilation is a no-frills "direct to video" port from the Neo-Geo. You get all three original AOF games without any touch-ups or additions. Some might berate this tactic, but I don't mind it 'au natural'.
You get three original Neo-Geo fighters, that went for about $200 each back in the day; now for around $10 or less. Don't like 2D sprite-based fighters? Then go look elsewhere. Otherwise, you've come to the right place for some SNK nostalgia.
All 3 games in the series are 100% versions of the arcade ports. Sadly, SNK Playmore didn't bother to do more like tighten up the controls in the 1st. Art of Fighting game (I'm still having problems exucuting Robert's Lighting Kick, the Haoh Sho Koh Ken & the Ryuko Ranbu). The second game improves on this, but its best to play with another player as it's tough, even on Easy mode. AoF 3 is the best looking of the series. It plays a little like Virtual Fighting (despite the fact that it's still 2-D. SNK planned to make Aof 3 in 3-D. But I guess the Neo*Geo couldn't handle 3-D graphics).
If you're an old school gamer like myself & like fighting games, this collection is at least worth a rental.