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Burning Fight

Burning Fight (XSX) game cover art
Platform: NeoGeo
Tags: Fighting, Brawler
Developer: SNK
More Platforms: NeoGeo CD


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Burning Fight review

Reviewed April 14, 2019

CptRetroBlue says: "Whoever said imitation is the sincerest form of flattery has never played this game"
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Burning Fight review

Reviewed September 24, 2008

darketernal says: "I've long enjoyed the art of combat. I get my kicks by travelling through thug-infested streets with naught but my own body to defend me, or a trusty iron pipe to bash in the skulls of bikers, hippies, lawyers and various other sorts of human refuse. "
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