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  1. I just picked up a copy of it, proud to say it was worth it for 30 bucks. Comes with Street Fighter 3, and a Hyper Edition of Street Fighter 2(SF2, SF2 turbo, SSF2, SSF2Turbo characthers) along with hyper fighters which makes it kick ass. Anybody else agree with me here?

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    2. Gokuma


      WTF, has only one person mentioned SNK? KOF, Garou: Mark of the Wolves, Samurai Shodown, and Last Blade kick a lot of ass.

    3. Jayextee


      Wow yeah, SNK... rulage. Maybe now I'll mention Eternal Champions -- a Megadrive (Genesis, you far-westerners :D) beat 'em up with an insane difficulty curve. Know nothing about manipulating space around your character in fighting games? Not really a strategist? Then, forget it -- you won't really enjoy the game, and will blittle it as a poor SF clone. Which it's not. Sure, it's nowhere near SF's calibre (Or even the KOF series), but it's an underrated title with a little more to offer than just a clone.

    4. Remilia Scarlet

      Remilia Scarlet

      If it ain't SNK, I don't touch it.

      Samurai Shodown IV and The Last Blade 2 owns just about any fighting game in existance, imo. Those and Garou: Mark of The Wolves. The depth and skill required to master those games is amazing.

      They have more SNK games and KoF games in arcades here in Japan than Capcom ones, at least the ones I've visted.

      I think the only two exceptions I have to this is Soul Blade, Soul Calibur 1 for DC, and any Dead or Alive game except the PS2 one.