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Fatal Fury Series

Fatal Fury

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Game Genie™ Codes For Fatal Fury
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1ADJT-CEYNAll hits are nothing
2AHJT-DA6NAll hits are very weak
3A1JT-DA6NAll hits are weak
4BMJT-DA6NAll hits are average
5CMJT-DA6NAll hits are strong
6EDJT-DA6NAll hits are very strong
7S5JT-DA6NAll hits are lethal
8ACVA-AAAAInfinite time to fight
9AXBA-AA3CInfinite credits
10S8AT-AABT + S8AT-AACAInitial health for you at 144%
11J4AT-AABT + J4AT-AACAInitial health for you at 80%
12G0AT-AABT + G0AT-AACAInitial health for you at 60%
13ERAT-AABT + ERAT-AACAInitial health for you at 40%
14CLAT-AABT + CLAT-AACAInitial health for you at 20%
15AGAT-AABT + AGAT-AACAInitial health for you at 1%
16S8AT-AAB2 + S8AT-AACJInitial health for opponent at 144%
17J4AT-AAB2 + J4AT-AACJInitial health for opponent at 80%
18G0AT-AAB2 + G0AT-AACJInitial health for opponent at 60%
19ERAT-AAB2 + ERAT-AACJInitial health for opponent at 40%
20CLAT-AAB2 + CLAT-AACJInitial health for opponent at 20%
21AGAT-AAB2 + AGAT-AACJInitial health for opponent at 1%
22AGGT-AAHY1 globe required for you to win match
23ARGT-AAHY3 globes required for you to win match
24A0GT-AAHY5 globes required for you to win match
25BLGT-AAHY10 globes required for you to win match
26CWGT-AAHY20 globes required for you to win match
27GLGT-AAHY50 globes required for you to win match
28AGGT-AAH21 globe required for opponent to win match
29ARGT-AAH23 globes required for opponent to win match
30A0GT-AAH25 globes required for opponent to win match
31BLGT-AAH210 globes required for opponent to win match
32CWGT-AAH220 globes required for opponent towin match
33GLGT-AAH250 globes required for opponent towin match
Cheats For Fatal Fury
1Unlimited ContinuesAfter losing, the continue screen will come up with your number of credits shown in the bottom left-hand corner. Hold UP on the controller 1 and press A, B, and C simultaneously. Let go of A, B, and C and press them at the same time again. Your credits will go up by 1 each time you do this method.
2Never Ending FightChoose "Control" from the Options menu, then highlight the Point option. Next, hold B and set point to 0. Now challenge a friend to a two-player "Vs." battle. Your point globes will be replaced by counters that show how many rounds you've won. To end the game, press RESET.

Garou Densetsu

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Excerpt from Genesis Game Guide by The Scribe

NAME:             Fatal Fury series (2 titles)
RELEASED:         various
TYPE:             Fighting
LANGUAGE:         English and Japanese

PREMISE:          A young American street fighter enters the Fatal Fury
                  tournament in order to discover the reasons behind his
                  brother's death.  Leastways that's what the OAV says....

IMPRESSIONS:      One of the early Street Fighter 2 clones, and not quite
                  up to its level of excellence.  Character choice is
                  limited, as are the graphics and sound.  Still, the
                  animation is decent enough, and some of the enemies have
                  some rather unique special moves.  The second title adds
                  limited pseudo-3D movement, adds some more fighters, and
                  reworks the game engine - resulting in a game that's
                  almost as good as Street Fighter 2.

VARIATIONS:       This series was originally released overseas under the
                  title Garou Densetsu.  There is also a unique Sega CD
                  "special edition" release.  I also have a pic of a cart
                  claiming to be Fatal Fury Special in MegaDrive format,
                  but I don't know whether or not is indeed a port of the
                  Sega CD release.  This is the title from which the
                  legendary NeoGeo series The King of Fighters is derived.

                  Fatal Fury - King of Fighters (1993, aka Fatal Fury
                    Special in European markets)
                  Fatal Fury 2 (1994)

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Fatal Fury Series (Score: 0)
by Anonymous on Wednesday, July 28 @ 21:06:39 EDT

que chido

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Re: Fatal Fury (Score: 1)
by SamuraiJohn on Thursday, April 25 @ 12:35:53 EDT
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Its like Street fighter.. but i like these oponments better..... idk why.. maybe its the style?

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Re: Fatal Fury Series (Score: 1)
by Kimbal on Tuesday, July 31 @ 20:03:26 EDT
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I like to play the original Fatal Fury,
I also like this one,

in this game, you can use all different character not only the three main characters, this is what I like to play this.

nevertheless, the sound and graphics is still not very good. I think you may try the neogeo first. To experience how this game with better graphics will have better game play could be

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Re: Fatal Fury Series (Score: 0)
by Anonymous on Wednesday, February 20 @ 10:41:35 EST

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Re: Fatal Fury Series (Score: 0)
by Anonymous on Monday, April 08 @ 23:40:21 EDT

The Scribe is pretty uninformed, here. Fatal Fury (Garou Denetsu) is the first major, important Street Fighter clone. It set up essentially the entire legendary SNK legacy.

Terry and Andy Bogard's adoptive father, Jeff, was killed by Geese Howard. Some while later, they (along with Andy's kickboxer friend, Joe Higashi) join Geese's personal King of Fighters tournament in order to confront him.

Besides being the first game in the Fatal Fury series (which improved with each edition), Fatal Fury 1 chronicles the first (known) King of Fighters tournament -- setting up the revered King of Fighters series which would appear in '94 as a sort of clash between Fatal Fury and SNK's other major series, Art of Fighting. King of Fighters became its own, arguably superior series after this point, acquiring a long and deep storyline in the process.

Fatal Fury Special is not in any way the same game as Fatal Fury. FFS is to Fatal Fury 2 what Street Fighter II: Championship Edition is to the original SFII. More or less.

The original Fatal Fury is dated, and doesn't control too well. Beyond this, its character selection is bleak. Most of this was fixed in Fatal Fury 2, generally considered SNK's first "good" fighting game. Fatal Fury 2 introduced many more characters, including fan favourite "boingy" Mai Shiranui, vastly improved graphics, and better mechanics.

HOWEVER, Takara's SNK ports are generally reviled by the afficianados. Takara just did a sloppy job porting the games. That's about all that can be said. Go for the original Neo-Geo versions of nearly any SNK fighter up until 1995. After that point, SNK started porting their games to first the Saturn and then the Dreamcast. These ports are all of excellent quality, and worth the money if you can track them down.

I don't believe there were any really good ports of the early Fatal Fury games, aside from the halfway-decent one of Fatal Fury Special mentioned above, for the Sega CD.

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Re: Fatal Fury Series (Score: 1)
by deaddudegod on Sunday, August 04 @ 17:10:26 EDT
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The first is still one of my favourite fighting games on any system, and it is great in 2-player mode.

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Re: Fatal Fury Series (Score: 0)
by Anonymous on Friday, July 25 @ 13:53:57 EDT

one of the WORST!!!!!!!!!!! beat em ups....the gameplay is totally dead...what were they thinkin

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