Fight Fever

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Fight Fever

Post  msistarted on Tue Jan 04, 2011 11:13 am

Fight Fever (ファイトフィーバー?), known in Korea as Wang Jung Wang (왕중왕, lit. "The King of Kings"), is a 1994 2D fighting video game for the Neo-Geo MVS System. It is the first and only Korean Neo Geo title ever officially released, as well as the first game developed and released by Korean publisher of SNK games, Viccom (빅콤).

A spiritual successor known as The Eye of Typhoon was created and originally planned for release to the Neo-Geo, but later canceled and switched over to the 3DO and PC.
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* 1 Gameplay
* 2 Characters
* 3 See also
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Screenshot of Fight Fever

The game plays similarly to other 2D versus fighting games, especially both SNK's Fatal Fury 2 and Art of Fighting. There are 8 characters to select from and two boss characters (the first boss character is only playable in two player mode). The object of the game is to win two matches out of three. Each character has a set of moves in addition to two basic punches and kicks. Each character also has a super move called a "Danger Move", which are similar to the Desperation Moves from Fatal Fury 2. Players also have the ability to taunt others, but unlike games such as Art of Fighting, this has no effect and would actually leave the player open to attacks.

In one player mode, after selecting a character, the player must also select an opponent. The opponent order cycles clockwise according to the character select screen. After the first eight are defeated, the player must defeated Master Taekuk, the first boss of the game. After defeating him, the player is challenged by Karate Kenji, the second and final boss.

There are two bonus games that reward the player with points dependent on how successful the player is. The first game is a brick-breaking game that requires rapid pressing of the A button. The second bonus game requires the player to break boards held up by trainers popping out of the left and right sides. Both bonus games were also in Capcom's 1987 arcade game, Street Fighter, as well as one of them also in Midway's 1992 arcade game, Mortal Kombat and the ones in Art of Fighting.


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