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Video Game Ad of the Day: Fatal Fury

Fatal Fury
Fatal Fury was one of the early successful fighters that came out in the wake of Street Fighter II. In fact, it was actually designed by the creator of Street Fighter. The SNES version isn’t as good as the Neo Geo original, but it captures most of the spirit of the game.

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Video Game Ad of the Day: Real Bout Fatal Fury 2: The Newcomers

Real Bout Fatal Fury 2 JP-2
Real Bout Fatal Fury 2: The Newcomers is the third instalment of the Fatal Fury spin-off series Real Bout. In addition to being one of SNK’s better fighting games, it also has one of the best box arts of all time.

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NeoGeo X multi-cart series announced

Markofthewolves
It’s been a while since the NeoGeo X Gold was released, and Tommo has been pretty quiet about their plans for physical releases for the system. Today they finally announced the first physical release since the bundled Ninja Master’s cart – and it’s a 15 in 1 multi-cart.

Entitled NeoGeo X Classics Volume 1, the cart includes the following: Art of Fighting 3, Blazing Star, Breakers Revenge, Fate Fury: Mark of the Wolves, Kizuna Encounter, The King of Fighters ’96, The Last Blade 2, Metal Slug 2, Samurai Showdown 3, Savage Reign, Sengoku, Shock Troopers, Super Sidekicks 3 – The Next Glory, Top Hunter, and World Heroes Jet.

In other words, there’s actually a bit of wheat to go along with the chaff this time around.

There are five of these volumes currently planned. Volume 1 will be released in April, but no price has been announced.

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Video Game Ad of the Day: Fatal Fury


Fatal Fury was the first fighting game to be released on the Neo Geo. It was designed by Takashi Nishiyama, the creator of Street Fighter, who had left Capcom for SNK in the late 1980s. This ad is for the Mega Drive version, which lacks a lot of the lustre of the Neo Geo version.