Reviews and Problems with The King of Fighters Collection: The Orochi Saga
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A must have for the Wii / Wii U fighting game enthusiast.
13 November 2014
Summary: Now here is a game that everyone should try, regardless whether you're a casual or hardcore fighting game fan. While the emulation isn't perfect ( we'll get into that later ) , the loading times & gameplay are silky smooth. Let's get to the not so perfect part of the collection: ● The scrolling wall with the flashing neon sign reading : Pao Pao Cafe has been removed from the Mexico stage in The King of Fighters '94 ●The flashing red screen that is present in '96 - '98...
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'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.
Summary: This collection is awesome, if you really enjoyed fighting games of the 90's this collection is for you. This games is for retro gamers, so if you grew up in the PS generation you might not like it.