Black Belt

PC
  • Sega

  • FormatVideo and Arcade
  • TypeFighting
  • SystemConsole

Black Belt was an iconic beat ‘em up game released in 1986 for the Sega Master System. 

Black Belt still stands as a solid and exciting title
Sniper Wolf
Originally panned by critics, Black Belt has since been recognised as one of the finest martial arts titles to hit the platform. 

The player commands Riki, who (in true gaming fashion) sets out to rescue his girlfriend from the clutches of an evil foe. In his way are 6 rounds of tricky enemies, and 6 mini-bosses who require strategic thinking to overcome. Distinctive and colourful design is the theme throughout, while classic audio and theme music set this title apart. Make no mistake – this game will take you a while to master, with unforgiving foes keeping you on your toes for the whole ride. 

While Black Belt perhaps lacked the ingenuity of the 1984 arcade classic Kung-Fu master, it still stands as a solid and exciting title, and an important moment in the martial arts genre that defined cinema and games in the 1980s.

Review by Sniper Wolf

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Black Belt - All Boss fights + Ending

  • Sega

  • FormatVideo and Arcade
  • TypeFighting
  • SystemConsole

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