|Aelric - 2007-12-21 |
then they all graduated and realized high school doesn't matter
|Tetsuo - 2007-12-21 |
at least a partial dupe
|Triggerbaby - 2007-12-21 |
How did this make it through the hopper?
|Xenocide - 2007-12-21 |
This game was a wonderful excersize in ridiculous Japan-ness.
The giant hairy incredible hulk-looking guy with the monocle is a high school principle, and there was a school consisting of nothing but stereotypical American students (the big strong black guy went there, of course, along with an almost-naked cheerleader and an impossibly rich white kid.) Also there was a middle-aged balding math teacher who was an elite karate warrior (that's him on the left at 1:32)
A lot of that is lost in the video, but reminding me of that kind of good crazy is worth five stars.
|Lindner - 2007-12-21 |
I was a big fan of this back in the day... Enjoyed Project Justice on the Dreamcast.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2007-12-21 |
After-school activities represent, yo.
Gotta love the sports-themed school. If varsity soccer doesn't teach you how to beat a man unconscious, you're not doing it right.
|NineEleven - 2007-12-21 |
i've never seen an animation style quite like THIS before!
|Cap'n Profan!ty - 2007-12-21 |
what the fuck did i just watch
|revdrew - 2007-12-21 |
Man that happy ending was happy. This my favorite Capcom fighting series. Fuck SF4, I want another Rival Schools.
|Unmerciful Crushing Force - 2007-12-21 |
The scene with the director/old guy having all the chicks fawn over him represents everything I've come to hate about anime, which why this gets four stars.
That, and the casual happy fish-stabbing.
|Billie_J_Buttfuck - 2007-12-21 |
I fucking love this game.
I really wish they'd continue the series. The animation isn't great, but it's a fighting game, for christ's sakes.
|Mike Tyson?! - 2007-12-22 |
I forgot I had this game, too bad the US version was so poorly translated with missing features. :(
|zatojones - 2007-12-22 |
|Dr Dim - 2007-12-22 |
|Big Name Celebrity - 2007-12-22 |
The sequel was released on the Dreamcast as "Project Justice", and was, of course, a fucking blast.
There was also some sort of RPG released in Japan on Dreamcast, but you'd need to buy a Jap DC, and learn Japanese, etc., etc.
Even I'm not that big a fag.
|FABIO2 - 2008-01-22 |
This isn't the slightest bit interesting. Not in a self-parody sort of way, and certainly not in an actual quality kind of war.
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