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  • Summary: Are you ready for a fierce battle in an ultra-deathmatch!? Who is the greatest hero in the world? You will find out today! A scientist has created a time machine that eight heroes will travel through time with to prove who is the greatest fighter of all time!
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  1. Dec 10, 2017
    50
    There's only eight characters and the simple combat setup means there are not as many moves available as in other one-on-one brawlers. The slow speed of the fights is another negative, but death matches liven things up a bit even if you can lose from poor positioning rather than something your opponent has done. Though not the most fully-featured series, subsequent games would add characters and tweak the gameplay (the regular World Heroes 2 also features death matches, though handled a little differently), and so whilst World Heroes can provide some fun fights, those desperately looking to pit historically-inspired fighters against each other would be better off with one of the sequels.
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  1. Apr 27, 2019
    6
    World Heroes is a competent but unremarkable Street Fighter II clone, one of many that emerged from the fighting game craze of the earlyWorld Heroes is a competent but unremarkable Street Fighter II clone, one of many that emerged from the fighting game craze of the early 1990s. It has some decent music and interesting stages, and the small roster has a few memorable characters. Gameplay is a bit stiff and sluggish, especially compared to the better Street Fighter and King of Fighters games of the era. Expand