Art of Fighting Collection

Art of Fighting Collection

SNK Playmore
Compatible with PlayStation 2™ (PS2™)

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  • "Ryuuko no Ken" is also known as "The Art of Fighting"


SNK Playmore releases the 4th volume of its online collection series as the Art of Fighting Trilogy. The PlayStation2™ port contains Art of Fighting 1 as Ryo and his friend Robert try to rescue his sister Yuri from Mr. Big, Art of Fighting 2 adds Yuri and Ryo's dad Takuma into the roster as well as others including a secret boss from another SNK game, and AOF 3 adds a revamped engine and motion captured graphics along with all new characters excluding Ryo and Robert. The game comes with an arranged sound track option and has online capabilities. If you're a fan of 2D fighters or an avid SNK fan, check this one out.

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Original Name  龍虎の拳~天・地・人~
Official Release Date May 09, 2006
Genre Fighting
Version  Japan
  CERO 12
Suitable for persons aged 12 and above.
PAX-Code PAX0000943381
Catalog No.  SLPS-25610
Item Code  4964808300778
Players  1-2

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wolfpack44 (36) on 21, Sep. 2007 07:50 (HKT)
Worth it for AOF3
AOF3 is still a really nice looking and fun fighter, while AOF1 and 2 are brutal for single player there is enough fun here to last a few nights with friends who want a trip back to the early 90s without paying in quarters and having to deal with germs on a stick.

It is hard to believe the neo geo lasted so long and was able to pump out so many great looking titles, it really was king of the 16 bit/arcade era for what it did.
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Yuzo Mishima on 29, May. 2006 10:20 (HKT)
Art of Fighting/Ryuuko No Ken, the pioneer of modern fighters
From AOF 1 to AOF 3, you get unadulterated quality.

The games that were Street Fighter 2\'s biggest competition in the arcades, and also the series that influenced modern fighting games the most, this collection is invaluable for those that yearn for great days past and those wanted to see what they had missed in the beginning.

Mostly of the gameplay elements and properties you encounter in modern games were first introduced in the Art of Fighting series and deserves much respect plus the fact that the games were produced by ex-Capcom Street Figthter 2 producer.

Any 2D fighter fan needs this PS2 pack in their collection.

The only downfall is the games are directly emulated so not really anything *new* is added other than arranged soundtracks and color edit BUT you do get arcade perfect ports of these classic games. ^_^
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