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Fatal Fury Battle Archives Vol 2 - PlayStation 2

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  • This collection brings the trilogy of this 7 game series to a finale
  • The continuing story of the brothers Terry and Andy Bogard and their friend Joe Higashi
  • Withness the evolution of 59 characters across 3 titles
  • Create your own original character with the color edit function
  • Use the Skills list to learn special moves for every character

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Fatal Fury Battle Archives V2 is a collection of 3 games (on one disc) from one of SNK's most popular fighting game series- Fatal Fury. The titles included are Real Bout Fatal Fury, Real Bout Fatal Fury Special and Real Bout Fatal Fury 2-The Newcomers. The games are known for their hand-drawn animation and character designs containing visual flair and personality with 2D gameplay that is fast, furious and addictive

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ASIN B0012RCNVO
Release date April 8, 2008
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4.5 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews

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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches
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By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on April 15, 2008
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Fatal Fury Battle Archives Vol. 2 continues SNK's current stream of compilation games of the various franchises, and compiles three more titles in the Fatal Fury series. Real Bout: Fatal Fury, Real Bout: Fatal Fury Special, and Real Bout 2: The Newcomers are all featured here, and are all re-produced in all their Neo-Geo glory. While the games have certainly aged, they are still better than a majority of the games compiled on the first Fatal Fury Battle Archvies disc, as the animations and controls are mostly fluid, and with the budget price, you really can't go wrong if you are a fan of the series or a fan of 2-D fighters in general. However, it should be noted that Fatal Fury: Mark of the Wolves is not included here. What may very well be the best game in the entire series, Mark of the Wolves is nowhere to be found, which is a crying shame considering it was one of the best 2-D fighters to ever come out of SNK period. That aside, Fatal Fury Battle Archives Vol. 2 is still a smash, and if you're an SNK or 2-D fighter fan, you really can't go wrong here.
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Last year, SNK Playmore released Vol. 1 which cover Fatal Fury 1-3. These games, while fun for their time, played second fiddle to Capcom's Street Fighter II & its upgrades.

So when the Street Fighter Alpha series debuted, SNK (SNK Playmore circa pre-2001) countered by making over the Fatal Fury series, renaming it Real Bout Fatal Fury.

This collection cover that part of the series. If you played the earlier games, you'll noticed a huge number of changes. From the graphic improvements to the button layout. Instant of 4 attack buttons, there's now 3 (punch, kick, strong attack) with the 4th. used to switch planes. This makes playing the fighters (esp. those who debuted in FF 3) easier. Also the games have aged better than the ones in Vol. 1

We start out with Real Bout Fatal Fury which is really FF 3 part 2 as it continues from that game's storyline. The 3 bosses are now playable without a code & we see the return of Kim, Duck, & Billy. This game ends with the final demise of Geese Howard (if you beat with either of the Bogard Bros.) The highlight for this game are the "Round Outs"; every stage save Geese's have a fake barrier at the very end of each side. When it breaks, you and/or enemy can go out of bounds & lose the round. This is the only game with that feature.

Real Bout Fatal Fury Special reintroduce fighters not seen since Fatal Fury Special. (Tung, Cheng, Lawrence, & of course Krauser). The game's intro reminds me of the early part of Fatal Fury 2: The New Battle (an anime movie) when Krauser beats Terry senseless. Geese has been removed (he's still in the game as a hidden final boss. He`s also playable via secret code & there are also hidden extra versions of some fighters).
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Fatal Fury: One of the three fighting games (Art Of Fighting and Samurai Showdown) that set SNK apart during the early days of the Neo Geo. While the first three games were good and laid the foundation for what was to come, they feel stiff and outdated. This is in no way meant to imply that they are inherently bad.

Like how KOF is a culmination of SNK learned about fighting games, the Real Bout series feels like rising storm, elevating the franchise to the next level with every succession. Mark Of The Wolves, while presenting SNK fighters at their absolute apex, feels like a step back in some respects. And here's why: there are only three dedicated buttons for moves, the fourth is strictly dedicated towards the "plain shifting" that the series is best known for. It's elegant, makes learning movesets much more easier, and is extremely attractive to fighting game scrubs like myself who usually have a very difficult time remembering half a dozen button combinations for games like Street Fighter II.

The games are also a little experimental. In the first game, you can knock your opponent out of the ring, usually by breaking down barriers. This adds strategy. In RB Special, the "ring outs" were removed, but you could still break down barriers to open up the stages further. The Real Bout series also has lovely sprite art and music. The characters are anime-esque, but well defined (per the usual), and the music is nice and catchy (I'm particularly fond of Franco Bash's, Hon-Fu's, Andy's, Sokaku's, and Ryuji's themes), though most of it is carried over through subsequent games with some variation in the melodies.

Honestly, there's just so much SNK got right with this trilogy that it's honestly a shame that it's not more well known or remembered.
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este juego es excelente la carga es muy poca ala hora de elegir cualquier fatal fury, el control esta bien equilibrado incluso mejor que el kof orochi saga. yo lo recomiendo a las presonas que les gustan los juegos de peleas y las que tengan cierta experiencia en ello
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Just as I said I love all Fatal Fury games including WA and MOTW'S. I love the Real Bout Series and this game brings back when Terry was still a hero and important and things were one on one and not needing teams to fight. I love the graphics the colors the specials...in honesty the Fatal Fury characters look better in the real bout series than they do in KOF. Sighs I wisk Playmore could revive Fatal Fury and give KOF a break. I am tired of seeing Terry always being outshined by Kyo.
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