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Fighting Vipers 2

Fighting Vipers 2
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Sega
Compatible with Dreamcast™ (DC™)
For JPN/Asian systems only.
NTSC
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  • This is a used item. If not otherwise mentioned below, spine card is included for titles that originally came with spine cards.

description

Fighting Vipers 2 is a Dreamcast conversion of the 1998 arcade game of the same name. The Fighting Vipers series of fighting games made use of arenas with breakaway sections (e.g. slam an opponent through a brick wall) and armor, among other things. Increased resolution and and action at 60fps enhance the original arcade experience.

further info

Original Name  ファイティングヴァイパーズ2
Official Release Date Jan 18, 2001
Genre Fighting
Version  Japan
PAX-Code PAX0001778795
Catalog No.  HDR-0133
Item Code  4974365501334
Players  1-2

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klsaville (27) on 04, Mar. 2012 22:38 (HKT)
Brilliant sequel to a classic.
While Fighting Vipers will never have the respect given to the Virtua Fighter series, its unique, frenetic pace generally endeared itself to those who played it. SEGA seems to have forgotten the series now, so this remains the final, and best entry.
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