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King of Fighters Collection: The Orochi Saga Latest News - PSP

  • Publisher: SNK
  • Genre:Fighting
  • Developer: SNK Playmore
  • Release Date:Nov 1, 2008
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:T - Teen (Alcohol Reference,Animated Blood,Mild Suggestive Themes,Partial Nudity,Violence)
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Game Description:The King of Fighters returns with fierce fighting action! Bring the pain with one of the classic 2D fighting games. This collection includes 5 total games, including the entire Orochi Saga, which was King of Fighters '95, '96, and '97. Filling out the roster is KOF '94 and '98. Beautifully rendered levels provide a stunning backdrop to the deep storylines and powerful favorite characters you know and love. Unleash massive attacks and powerful combos against computer-controlled opponents or your friends in Multiplayer Mode. Discover the history of this rich title as you discover - or rediscover - the very best of the best!
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King of Fighters Collection: The Orochi Saga News

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  • 'King Of Fighters' Movie Details Revealed

    MovieSet Blog reports that the King of Fighters movie started filming on November 27. The movie is being directed by Gordon Chan (Fist of Legend, The Medallion) and bring written by first timer Rita Augustine. According to MovieSet Blog: "The movie stars Maggie Q (Live Free and Die Hard), Sean Faris (Never Back Down), Will Yun Lee...

    Posted December 3, 2008| 24 Comments

    'King Of Fighters' Movie Details Revealed

 


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