Reviews and Problems with King of Fighters 2000/2001
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10 December 2004
Excerpt: got rid of both the Another Strikers and Armor/Counter modes. Instead, they use a brand new, loose-structured striker system. You choose four fighters for your team but you can choose any ratio of fighters to strikers you want, but your power gauge is directly tied into that ratio; the more strikers...
Excerpt: You can’t keep a good dog down, or so the saying goes. It seems the same could be said about a good videogame company. Bottom lines, profit margins, and a rapid decline in popularity for everything 2D has done quite a number on the genre, and nearly extinguished the flame of the company once known...
Excerpt: The visuals of SNK's King of Fighters 2000 and King of Fighters 2001 certainly aren't up to specs with more contemporary 2D fighters. They aren't bad however, and it really wouldn't be an SNK fighter without that distinctive old school look.
Excerpt: 2D fight fans, harken unto me. The King of Fighter 2000/2001 offers an amazingly deep combat system that is sure to keep you engrossed for many weeks. And what's more, you get two games for the price of one.
Conclusion: But despite the aging visuals and sound, the game is everything fans of these two fighting games could want. They’re very accurate to their arcade predecessors with enough play modes to keep you busy for a very long time.
Excerpt: Most players dream of twins… in this case…I don’t How can you say anything bad about the King of Fighters? King of Fighters started in 1994 with a handful of SNK’s most popular franchises mixed into one of the largest rosters of the time.
Summary: After the bitter taste left in my mouth from the arcade release of SNK vs. Capcom Chaos it’s nice to go back to what SNK is known for, their King of Fighters series. With the recent release on PS2 gamers like you reading this are treated to not one, but two new fighting games, or not so new if you...
Excerpt: Fighting games aren’t the most common genre on the market. Nowadays we see FPS and Sport titles the most. Since fighting games are rare, the release of a magnificent title turns many heads, including mine.
Conclusion: Finally one the greatest fighting series ever gets a package deal worthy of its name and heritage, the bonus is it finally gets a European release. Fans of the genre will love something new to pick up and play, New comers will like the games little subtleties and extras to unlock.