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The King of Fighters Collection: The Orochi Saga
The Gamers Temple
27 June 2009
Excerpt: By Kevin "Berserker" Hall Player(s): 1-2 If you went to the arcades in the mid '90s then you most likely remember SNK's King of Fighters (KoF) series. For each year another King of Fighters game is now made which started back with King of Fighters '94. The KoF series has always distinguished itself with its three-on-three matches and multitude of characters to choose from.
Wii Review - 'The King of Fighters Collection: The Orochi Saga'
2 May 2009
Summary: The Orochi Saga Collection is the most extensive KoF collection ever, containing five complete games, consisting of KOF 94-98. It includes the Orochi Saga trilogy (95-97) and unlockable bonus content materials, while the PSP edition includes an Ad-hoc mode.
Excerpt: If you’re a old school fighting game fan, the Wii’s Virtual Console has screwed you over. Badly. A quick glance at the available titles makes it all too clear. Sure, you’ve got a couple of versions of Street Fighter II and Samurai Shodown 2 . What about the rest of it? Just a bunch of recycled stuff that you could get for much cheaper with one of SNK’s collections. You don’t seriously think that those crappy old school fighters are worth what they’re charging, do you?
King of Fighters Collection: The Orochi Saga Review
8 April 2009
Excerpt: If you played games on the Neo Geo in the 1990s or you’re a fan of fighting games generally you’ve probably heard of the King of Fighters franchise. It’s one of the longest gaming franchises, full stop with a 12th installment having already been in the Japanese arcades and debuting on consoles in 2009. Ignition has been kind enough to bring The King of Fighters Collection over to Europe and like SNK Arcade Classics Volume 1 , it’s a quality release for both them and SNK.
Excerpt: It seems like every other week that a new retro 90s fighter collection is released by Ignition Entertainment, and they just keep coming. This time round though, the collection looks very promising showcasing a series that features characters from nearly every NeoGeo fighter on the market at each title’s time of release.