SNK’s games have been ported widely, with the Genesis getting its fair share via Takara. Along with such hits as Samurai Shodown and Art of Fighting, the original Neo Geo fighting series, Fatal Fury, brawled its way onto 16-bit platforms. During the journey to Sega’s black box a few things were lost, and the first title in the series came away as a gimped port compared to rivals Street Fighter II SCE and Mortal Kombat. Is it still worth playing?
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Want more fighting games? Haven’t gotten enough of SNK’s rowdy bunch of brawlers? Then maybe you need to try Fatal Fury Special for the Sega CD… or maybe not. It’s not all it’s cracked up to be, which is downright sad. You’ve probably seen this disappointment before, but just in case we’ve got you covered with our complete write up.
One of the perks of owning a Genesis was getting all the big-name SNK fighters for a third of the cost. Among the many releases was Fatal Fury 2, which was quickly gobbled up by demanding fans. Sega-16 has the complete run down on how it held up, so read our review for all the black and blue details.