Art of Fighting

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Art of Fighting
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Developer(s) SNK Playmore
Publisher(s) SNK Playmore
Series Art of Fighting
Platform(s) Virtual Console, Neo Geo
Release date(s) Neo Geo
JP/NA September 24, 1992
Virtual Console
NA October 8, 2007
JP October 9, 2007
EU November 2, 2007
Genre(s) Fighting
Mode(s) Single-player, Multiplayer (2)
Input methods Wii Remote, Classic Controller
Compatibility 0Stars0.pngEdit rating: Art of Fighting
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GameIDs EADEJ8, EADPJ8, EADJJ8
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Being a great fighter takes more than strength and pain. You need wisdom and need to win at any cost. Ryo Sakazaki's sister has been kidnapped and it leads him and Robert, two of the greatest fighters of all time, on the most dangerous search of their lives. Their interrogations turn out to be more bloody than they like, but each answer leads them closer to the truth. Use their special skills to find Ryo's sister and discover the terrifying truth in the one-player Story mode. Or choose Versus mode and pick from any of the bosses and fight with any of the other characters. You'll discover magic techniques to master the Art of Fighting!

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Configuration

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Version Compatibility

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