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  • Summary: Fatal Fury Battle Archives Vol. 2 is a collection of 3 games (on one disc) from one of SNK’s most popular fighting game series FATAL FURY. The titles included are: REAL BOUT FATAL FURY, REAL BOUT FATAL FURY SPECIAL and REAL BOUT FATAL FURY 2; The Newcomers. The games are known for theirFatal Fury Battle Archives Vol. 2 is a collection of 3 games (on one disc) from one of SNK’s most popular fighting game series FATAL FURY. The titles included are: REAL BOUT FATAL FURY, REAL BOUT FATAL FURY SPECIAL and REAL BOUT FATAL FURY 2; The Newcomers. The games are known for their hand-drawn animation and character designs containing visual flair and personality with 2D gameplay that is fast, furious and addictive. [SNK Playmore] Expand
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  1. Fatal Fury Battle Archives Vol. 2 is easily the best SNK anthology currently available.
  2. This compilation is even better because not only does it offer three solid fighting games, it does it at a fantastic price point of only $20.
  3. With a few new functions implemented into its old gameplay style and graphics, the Fatal Fury series is complete for PS2 owners who want the entire Neo Geo collection. For true classic fighting gamers and fans of the series, you now have the option to play online with a number of titles on one disc. For those less appreciative of fighting games of yesteryear, you may not even be interested.
  4. Fighting fans will find a lot to like about the second volume of the Fatal Fury: Battle Archives compilation and the final three games are simply the best of the bunch.
  5. You'll find three excellent Real Bout Fatal Fury games here, all restored to their classic 2-D glory. There's nothing mind-blowing here, but it's far more functional than most of SNK's other compilations.
  6. There's not a lot of variety or extra content here, but these three very solid and deep fighting games alone are well worth the asking price.
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    The most puzzling omission, however, is Garou: Mark of the Wolves (1999), which makes the Fatal Fury saga painfully incomplete.

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