4 out of 5
3D fighting in 1993
This game is the first 3D fighter game (Street Fighter II
was the top commercial in 2D) and that is truly a feat when you think that a 3D game was a real rarity at that time, making it a revolutionary game
indeed. But, if we take that out, we get nothing but a typical fighting game
. The game is basically all around a one on one fight with two or three rounds, with a fourth if the win is indeterminate. It has a very simple control system with three buttons, but the combination of the buttons mixed with the timing make the combinations almost endless. As a fighting game, it's exciting and fun. Although all characters have the same abilities, it's cool to still have a varied selection of available players. The characters that look like they were made out of boxes might look a bit funny to the today's player, but again you have to remember this is one of the first 3D games. The soundtrack is also very nice with real music instead of midi sounds, which was also a big thing back then. You should really try out the game if anything because this game was way ahead of its time. And it's really fun, too.
3 out of 5
Not an amazing game
This is one of the first 3d fighting games that ever existed it was on the Sega 32x but its not an amazing game , when you jump its like you're on the moon and the characters act like they got, problems... still its fun to play and i recomend you to check it out.