Summary: So many great Beo Geo Arcade collections on the Wii that this is a must buy. You see Neo Geo on the Wili you buy it people. This game works best with a arcade stick not only because it is a arcade port but most fighting games lose some of their spirt when up you use console controllers.
Summary: I like this game a lot more than I had thought I would. I never played much king of fighters, but it is much more technical than a lot of other games. The more you learn it, the more you get out of it. The port isn't too bad. Very basic, in that the games only have an Arcade mode and a training mode. The only thing I am a bit sad about is how pixelated the graphics are on an HD TV. If you want better graphics, something after 2000 is recommended.
Summary: First off you can't beat the price. The collection includes King of Fighters 94-98. Also there are some major bonus material that you can unlock if you take the time to complete the missions modes as well. When you adjust the game settings, it's saved for all the KOF games which is also important. All in all a good series to have for your Wii!
Summary: I know this is a classic game but I can't look at it after playing it once. The preview pictures online and on the back of the case look better than they really do on a Flat Screen TV. I'm shocked Nintendo allowed such crappy graphics to be released on a high end graphics capable system, they should of taken the concept and re-make the game not just copy it over. It should of been re-done with better graphics quality.
Summary: I've been having a blast playing and mastering these games. At 1st I played 98 more because it's the most updated one but i've since moved on to others and appreciate ea. one for what it brings. 94 being my least played. 95 improved a lot and they just kept improving from there on but ea. game has it's own flavor. Only annoying thing is that while learning some moves it can be confusing going from game to game.