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    I think this was a good port of Fatal Fury 2 when compared to other crappy ports Takara released. I will have to agree with the score of this review.

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    I think Takara should stick to Transformers, Microman and some other thing I forgot, instead of ports of fighting games, a lame live-action show, and whatever else they do.

    They make some kick ass toys.
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    Default poor PALians

    Damn it,
    another good game that was never released in Europe, just like MUSHA Aleste, Warsong, Pirates! Gold and too many others...
    I guess the Australian PAL-Version is not easy to get either. Not a big chance I find it for 10,-€ on ebay.
    Guess I´ll have to look more for American Genesis-games.

    Concerning those, I have a questiono all US-games have plastic cases usually?
    I have a copy of the US-Ishido, a crappy game in a crappy cardboard-box, and that´s confusing me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David J.
    I know it's not mentioned in the review, and for our PAL gamers...

    For those wondering, there WAS a PAL release of this game, but it was only released in Australia.
    Didn't know it. Thanks for the tip.

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    Please, someone tell me: Is this one of the games in a cardboard box, or was it released in a plastic case?

    I want to import it soon. The Australian version is about impossible to come by (and will probably have a ridiculous price tag), the japanese version seems rather rare too, so the biggest chance should be the US-version. Please help!!!

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    the us version comes in a plastic case.

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    Thank you!!!

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    I know the grocery store I work at actually used to rent out games and movies... and I saw this game there well over 13 years ago. Does that help?
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    Well...strange grocery store renting games...
    If you saw the game in a plastic case, it would be a bit of help. If you find it in a dusty corner and send it to me it would help me even more, since I live in Europe and visiting the USA just for the game seems a bit off

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    The link to the review isn't working for me.




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    Quote Originally Posted by 108 Stars
    Well...strange grocery store renting games...
    If you saw the game in a plastic case, it would be a bit of help. If you find it in a dusty corner and send it to me it would help me even more, since I live in Europe and visiting the USA just for the game seems a bit off
    The pharmacy where my family got all medicines rented quite a bit of games and movies. It's not that strage to me, imo.
    The smell of scorched oil hangs in the air as a premonition of danger, while the engine gloriously shouts its war cry...

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    Wow, the PAL-version of Fatal Fury 2 is even much more expensive than Alien Soldier or Daze before Christmas!

    http://cgi.ebay.de/SEGA-Mega-Drive-F...QQcmdZViewItem

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    Crap. It sucks to be in Europe, I guess. :P

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    Just because you're European it doesn't mean you have to buy European games. But yes, when it comes to gaming, Europe is the third world.
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    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Mega-Drive-FAT...QQcmdZViewItem

    Perhaps you should give this guy an offer 108, 200 euro is ridiculous for a game that I bought the american version for 4€ it can't be that much better for godsake!
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