The King of Fighters Collection: The Orochi Saga

The King of Fighters Collection: The Orochi Saga

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  • The most extensive KOF collection ever containing 5 complete games
  • Includes the Orochi Saga trilogy (95-97)
  • Unlockable bonus content materials
  • PSP to include Ad-hoc mode


The first ever collection of THE KING OF FIGHTERS, consisting of 5 complete games. KOF 94, 95, 96, 97, 98.The collection has all the King of Fighters games between 94 and 98 that includes the full trilogy of the Orochi Saga.The invitation to the tournament has been sent out to the best fighters around the world, who organizes these events and the agendas of these organizers are unknown, but this is a fight none of the participants want to miss as they'd all have something to gain by winning.Since the first tournament opened, this became an annual event. not only does it attract more and more veteran fighters who are dying to prove their skills, but it gained world wide attention from fighting game lovers.

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Official Release Date  Oct 28, 2008
Genre  Fighting
Version  US
  ESRB Teen
Titles rated T (Teen) have content that may be suitable for ages 13 and older. Titles in this category may contain violence, suggestive themes, crude humor, minimal blood, simulated gambling, and/or infrequent use of strong language.
PAX-Code PAX0002373234
Catalog No.  ULUS-10360
Item Code  0828862300041

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Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes:18

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foohan87 (34) on 26, Aug. 2012 19:39 (HKT)
Great Collection~!!!
Yes...this is awesome classic fighting game !!!!
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air_legend (95) on 20, Aug. 2011 10:49 (HKT)
love me two times
i just bougth a second copy for this great compilation... i want more!!!
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air_legend (95) on 18, Aug. 2011 04:28 (HKT)
SNK forever!!!
this is great a must have for any SNK hard core fan!!!
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Rich_F (77) on 15, Aug. 2011 13:25 (HKT)
A good collection has 5 games and also extras such as images, music and challenges.
Recommended for fans of the classic saga of King of Fighters.
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forteii (64) on 27, Jun. 2011 14:06 (HKT)
Half-hearted compilation
--The Good--
Perfect reproduction of gameplay in all titles. Speedy performance and little to no load times at all. Special functions such as 'rolling' and 'knock-down attacks' can be assigned to the button of your choice. Handy (although buggy) training modes and an interesting challenge mode (it's short and easy, though). A blast to play as long as you have a Classic Controller PRO (a must) and definitely better than the PS2 and PSP versions.

--The Bad--
Unfortunately, everything else: Horrid opening sequence, main menus and presentation overall. Glaring graphic glitches during in-game demos (openings, endings and story demos) and many transitions and visual effects are missing (most notably, the 'red flash' after a KO and the fade-to-white after a whole team is beaten). Missing animations and music in stage intros and demos, respectively.
Little to no options available (control config, sound and game difficulty is all you get). No time config, no 1 vs 1 mode, no language options (you get the infamously known "japanese-to-engrish" pseudo-translation), no arranged music setting (the game has the music available only in a 'media gallery mode'), no saving options of any kind in any arcade game as only 'challenge mode' unlockables get saved.

As a long-time fan, I can safely say KOF Orochi Saga is not an effort deserving of the franchise because of the downright-awful presentation and lack of options. However, as a $13.00 title it's not a bad purchase considering gameplay is flawless and its comfortable to have all games on a home console.

And, I insist, you shouldn't pay any higher than this.
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