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New Fighters, New Stages, New Game Modes & An All New Online Mode!
|With a roster featuring over 30 hand-drawn and animated fighters, a number of detailed stages bursting with life, over a half dozen play modes, a refined fighting engine built for speed and complete with new moves and supers, a vastly improved Online mode, and a host of other additions, tweaks, and enhancements, THE KING OF FIGHTERS XIII represents a rebirth for one of gaming's longest tenured franchises and one of the most popular fighting brands ever. With the triumphant return of fan favorite characters like K', Mai, and Vice, extensive refinement of the core fighting engine based on community feedback, and vastly improved network functionality, THE KING OF FIGHTERS XIII represents the HD entry in the series that fans have been waiting for. Painstaking effort has been made to address every last concern following the last entry: fights play faster; the addition of over a half dozen play modes offers variety and replayability; the game's beautifully rendered and animated character sprites are better distinguished from the backgrounds-which happen to be richer and more detailed; the camera perspective is less restricted; fighters have more moves, including new supers and the all-new NEOMAX supers; and much, much more!|
King of Fighters XIII for the Playstation 3 Review
By: RPGameX Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 12/6/2011 6:29 AM
|One of Los Angeles’ own game publishers, Altus, has squeezed in one last game before the end of the year. The King of Fighters 2D fighting series is nowhere as glamorous as those from Capcom nor notorious as Mortal Kombat but, its arcade roots ensure that SNK’s flagship has fans. As most of the game arcades have gone the way of the drive-in theater, it remains to be seen how long many of the classic games can go without a serious reimagining. With an industry that has been remarkably volatile in its short existence, in the race for scarce discretionary spending, nostalgia is unlikely a winning horse. Has anyone seen the new Commodore 64 in their local big box stores?...read the full review|