I remember when this game came out, it originally game in a HUGE Tekken-3 style kiosk with probably the biggest screen of any game up to that point. And of course, after the first few days in the arcades, no one fucking touched it.
Also, the buttons were "Left arm, right arm, left leg, right leg, head"
Yeah, nothing like paying money for a match that ends in twenty seconds because the asshole computer got a lucky shot at your head.
But hey, BLOOD!
Monty Python and the Holy Grail: THE GAME
|Fur is Murder |
For the record, when I played this game, I was always the punk rock guy. Because he was punk rock, and you could dismember dudes with a chainsaw.
It wasn't no dollar, though.
I'm gonna stand here and swing my sword. If you get your arms chopped off, it's your own fault.
PS: There weren't any good fighting games in the 90's, because there were never any good fighting games.
Yhe 90's was the video game industry's puberty.
And incidentally the arcade industry's bloody death.
|C. Eloi Marx |
I always found it odd that this bloody mess of a game was the only arcade cabinet in my high-school's cafeteria.
i laughed WAY harder than I shouldve at the end of the first round of this.
Oh yeah, the best way to showcase a game is to only play the same character on the same stage for three fucking minutes. Imagine if this had been a GOOD game!
Fighting with no arms. That's determination!
The guys who made this went on to make Street Fighter: The Movie: The Game, and then made a fortune on Golden Tee Golf.
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