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68

Mixed or average reviews - based on 22 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 5 out of 22
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  1. Only "Fatal Fury 3" remains altogether enjoyable, and is the primary reason to own this compilation. [Nov 2007, p.90]
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  1. dell
    Sep 3, 2007
    8
    This game is what it is. Arcade perfect (well to my inspection) Fatal Fury one is as good and as crappy as I remember it and the only reason This game is what it is. Arcade perfect (well to my inspection) Fatal Fury one is as good and as crappy as I remember it and the only reason why I ended up playing it soo much was because the Street Fighter 2 lines were packed! But never the less, these games can be enjoyed, at least for those whom remember them in arcades in 1991-93. Damn, I'm getting old... Full Review »
  2. RyanG.
    Aug 14, 2007
    7
    In a lot of ways these collections are such a missed opportunity on the part of SNK Playmore USA. I personally find the value to be good... AIn a lot of ways these collections are such a missed opportunity on the part of SNK Playmore USA. I personally find the value to be good... A great opportunity to relive some of the glory days of 2D spritework. But the first two collections released (Art of Fighting Anthology/Fatal Fury Battle Archives Volume 1) are aged games that have not suffered kindly to the sands of time. Fatal Fury Battle Archives is definitely a stronger collection than Art of Fighting Anthology, but even still, it will be hard for gamers to appreciate what the titles in this series represent and the history the games serve. It's a solid release, but I just can't help but to expect more. Full Review »