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Fatal Fury 2

Fatal Fury 2 (X68K) game cover art
Platform: X68000
Genre: Fighting Action
Developer: SNK

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??/??/1993
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Staff Reviews

Fatal Fury 2 review

Reviewed October 24, 2004

Zigfried says: "Who wouldn't want to control lone wolf Terry Bogard on a quest to topple a ruthless opponent? Believe it or not, some people didn't. This time, those people had seven other options. They could play as ninja girl Mai Shiranui, spinning across the screen with her Deadly Ninja Bees attack or hurling butterfly fans."
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