The lights are on
When I decided to try the game, I was impressed how well the game holds up, but also, how poorly the analog controls work for this game. To save you some trouble, Be sure to have a programmable controller, so you can fix the buttons perfectly.
the remixed Graphics are awesome, the sound is meaty, and the gameplay is beefy.
I hate that sega didnt suggest 4 player co-op. I thought that would happen, since a lot of xbox live arcade games are couch co op, and 2 player co-op is wonderful, although many have bigger families.
the layered fields for battle are horrible. I understand this is for the fighting game fundamentals, but really, its the stupidest part, since technically, 2 players on the same field can be easily seen by the players in co-op mode.
its fun and nostalgic, but another testament that gaming will never be as fun as it was.
I dont know about you, but I am glad that the age of anime is finally taking a back seat to the more western philosophy in gaming.
that said, it is refreshing to hear that classic happy action music during the game and "witty banter" within.
its a great purchase.
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