Fighters Megamix

  • Sega Am2

  • FormatVideo Game
  • TypeFighting
  • SystemConsole

Seeing the characters from 2 of my favorite fighting games & fighting vipers & Virtua Fighter 2 on the same screen blew my mind!  

This game was released on my birthday, unfortunately I did not have a Sega Saturn, but my best friend did & his mum bought him the game!
Eric Kisner
Then when I realized you could choose from 2 different fighting engines I had so many options to go through.

The game was simple, two characters go into a arena and battle it out. You have  got a punch, a kick, and a block button. All 3 let you sidestep and other button you can use to create combos and additional attacks. You have a limited time to do this.

You can play either a slow methodical rock paper scissors game like in Virtua fighter, block and
punch and  create a throw which can be used to counter blocking all of which can defeat your opponent.  

You can also speed up the action by switching to the Vipers engine which has the same basic rules but add launchers, more attacks , speed aand easier air juggling.

This game was released on my birthday, unfortunately I did not have a Sega Saturn, but my best friend did & his mum bought him the game!

Review by - Eric Kisner

Fighters Megamix: Saturn Gameplay
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Fighters Megamix: Saturn Commercial
  • Sega Am2

  • FormatVideo Game
  • TypeFighting
  • SystemConsole
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