Discussion in 'Testing Area' started by JohnnyMack, Jun 13, 2006.
That Journey game was cool.
I spent many a quarter on this:
Street Fighter II. Mortal Kombat II a close second.
It's a toss-up between MK2 and SF2. Both were great.
The nod goes to MK2 because of the "finishing moves"
Double Dragon considered a fighting game?
Dude get off. That Journey game was a piece of crap!!one1!!
You wouldn't have spent so much if you would have plugged it in.
Yes. I'm not voting now, out of principle.
GIS Double Dragon for a trip down memory lane.
Dude, I will run from you in my wife-beater Steve Perry t-shirt and tight jeans and then Neal Schon you with my guitar.
I could take all those Journey guys in a cagematch. That's saying something
Street Fighter II. It isn't close.
A worthy addition to the list as far as older games go would have been Konami's Yie-Ar Kung Fu.
It had a complicated move set like Karate Champ, but also featured different fighters with different styles like Street Fighter.
Plus, when you kicked the fat dude in the nuts, his eyes got all big.
I would sell my truck to buy a functional, and repairable, Karate Champ game. I would not, however, be able to give them my truck until after I used it to move the game. ...just in case any of you know anybody...
You're not driving anywhere, buddy.
Sorry, i couldn't resist.
Is Karate Champ the one with the double joysticks instead of joystick + button?
Is it insured now?
I think you can pretty much download all of the mentioned games and play them via an emulator on your PC . . . or at least you can some of them.
I think Tekken deserves to be mentioned in this thread.
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