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Virtua Fighter 3tb

Virtua Fighter 3tb (DC) game cover art
Platform: Dreamcast
Genre: Fighting Action (Versus)
Developer: AM2

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
10/19/1999
EU
10/14/1999
JP
11/27/1998
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Reader Reviews

Virtua Fighter 3tb review

Reviewed March 08, 2004

falsehead says: "Ok you've seen the score, you know this is going to be a negative review. Quite frankly I disliked every single aspect of this poor excuse for a fighting game and I'm not going to pull my punches. "
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Virtua Fighter 3tb review

Reviewed March 14, 2004

sinner says: "Virtua Fighter 3tb is not for everyone. "
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