P- Board Master "Re 3 :A look back at SNK artists, Past and Pr" , posted Wed 9 Jun 01:16 These topics always drive me crazy, some smalls adds; I'm probably missing a lot of info since I haven't looked into these types of info since eons.
None of its games captivated me like Street Fighter did, but Art of Fighting was always a dear second option to me, I loved the cliché yet captivating story, Ryo and Robert were cool, and Yuri became instantly one of my favorite game characters EVER which is one of the reasons why it bothers me so much that SNKP decided to allow her clothes to be destroyed again.
My memory probably added the "2" erroneously after playing too much Real Bout.
Takkun Best known as the illustrator for Samurai Shodown Zero and Samurai Shodown VI.
Honestly though, I have no recollection of the stages whatsoever.
That would be interesting to know.
Professor MMCafe Owner "Re 8 :A look back at SNK artists, Past and Pr" , posted Wed 30 Jun 23:53: quote: Nice track.
The presentation was top notch and South Town felt like a real place to me.
Description: Heck, to us the Samurai Spirits cabinet was like a big huge pagan god, where everyone will gather around it wearing fugly vampire masks and with the sole intention of sacrificing virgin SF2 carts.