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War Gods (N64) Comments

Although War Gods was the first 3D fighting game when it appeared on Nintendo 64 (N64) in May 1997, it certainly was not groundbreaking.  Is there anything memorable about War Gods?

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Pokémon Stadium (N64) Comments

Pokémon Stadium for Nintendo 64 (N64) came out in March 2000 to take advantage of Pokémania.  Using a brand-new Transfer Pak, Pokemon Stadium enabled you to take any of the 151 monsters you caught in your Game Boy game and to fight them in 3D on your N64.  Was this an awesome game for Pokémon fans, or what?

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Mortal Kombat 4 (N64) Comments

Mortal Kombat 4 for Nintendo 64 (N64), which was released in June 1998, was actually based on the arcade’s “Revision 3.”  It was a nearly flawless port.  Was Mortal Kombat 4 the pinnacle for the series, or had it already started to decline?

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Mace: The Dark Age (N64) Comments

Mace: The Dark Age for Nintendo 64 (N64), originally released in the arcades, came out exclusively for N64 in October 1997.  The 3D fighter tried to differentiate itself by being a weapons-based fighting game.  Has history been kind to Mace: The Dark Age?

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Killer Instinct Gold (N64) Comments

Released in November 1996, Killer Instinct Gold for Nintendo 64 (N64) was an enhanced version of Killer Instinct 2.  (The original Killer Instinct was ported to Super Nintendo.)  Many gamers are quite fond of Rare’s Killer Instinct series.  How much did you like Killer Instinct Gold?

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Flying Dragon (N64) Comments

Flying Dragon for Nintendo 64 (N64), which was released in October 1998, tried to fill a niche on N64 in typical Natsume style. It featured several different modes of play, completely customizable gameplay, and a unique “role-playing fighting” system for one its game modes. Unfortunately, Flying Dragon did nothing to take advantage of the power of N64.  What do you think now?

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Fighters Destiny (N64) Comments

Fighters Destiny for Nintendo 64 (N64) came out in January 1998, featuring a unique system where you win the match by getting the most points.  You can progressively more points based on the complexity of the move (e.g., ring out, throwdown, knockout, or special attack).  Although Fighters Destiny was not considered as good as a Virtua Fighter or Tekken game, do you still enjoy its unique style years later?

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Deadly Arts (N64) Comments

Deadly Arts for Nintendo 64 (N64) was released in September 1998 by Konami.  It may have a pretty cool Create-a-Fighter feature, but does it have anything else?

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Clay Fighter 63 1/3 (N64) Comments

Following in the footsteps of the previous 16-bit games in the series—Clay Fighter, Clay Fighter: Tournament Edition, and C2: Judgment Clay—Clay Fighter 63 1/3 was released in October 1997 for Nintendo 64 (N64) and tried to continue the tradition of blending fighting and humor.  Did it work?

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Bio F.R.E.A.K.S. (N64) Comments

Bio F.R.E.A.K.S. for Nintendo 64 (N64), which was released in May 1998, is a violent and dark 3D fighting game.  There is no doubt that it has some highly original characters and some slightly different gameplay to differentiate itself from the pack.  But does that mean Bio Freaks is a fighting game that people remember fondly?

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