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Thanks to the Evercade we have another retro review to share with all ya’ll. You guys should really get into this one. I actually did play Fighter's History on the Super NES back in the day. This is a Street Fighter II clone. There are nine fighters with a variety of different moves for gamers to learn. The core aspect of Fighter's History is to pummel your opponent until they can no longer fight back. Beat them before they beat you.

None of the fighters in Fighter's History really stuck out for us. Hopefully you saw the live stream Noah and I did where we played Fighter's History. We have transformed that into a video that is on or making its way to our video channels. An embedded video of Fighter's History can also be seen on the Family Friendly Gaming website. We had some fun exploring the fighters in this video game.

There are a couple of minds of thoughts on clones in the industry. There are those that hate clones because it is not the original. There are those that appreciate playing more of a certain kind of video game. Fighter's History is a definite knock off of Street Fighter II. With that said Fighter's History is not horrible in terms of the 2D side scrolling one on one fighting action. The commands are a bit more complex and difficult to use in Fighter's History.

Fighter's History looks decent and sounds decent for its era. There can be some offensive things said by the characters as they insult one another. I suppose that is an attempt to show the different personalities in Fighter's History. I wish Fighter's History had fleshed out the characters a bit more. The eleven stages within Fighter's History have animations happening the background.

Fighter's History is a nice bit of history for fans of the fighting genre. Families can learn about these characters and see what they were all about. I wish Fighter's History had come back a few more times throughout the years. Data East had a solid foundation with Fighter's History that they could have grown. They could have tried some different things too. Maybe someday I will have to try out Fighter's History Dynamite.
- Paul


Graphics: 50%
Sounds: 60%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 65%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: Evercade/Super NES
Publisher: Data East
Developer: Data East
Rating: ‘NR’ – Not Rated

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