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Eternal Champions

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From various time periods of past, present and future, nine fighters killed in an unjust manner find themselves given a second chance for life. An alien being, known only as the Eternal Champion, brings back the fighters into a competition for one reason: to find one among them worthy of being resurrected, giving them a chance to avert their death and tip the balance between good and evil.

The fighters range from different eras of Earth's History: Larcen, the cat burglar. Jetta, the circus acrobat. Blade, the futuristic bounty hunter. Midknight, the vampiric bio-chemist. Rax, the cyborg. Shadow, the corporate assassin. Slash, the neanderthal. Trident, a Atlantean warrior. And Xavier, a warlock and alchemist.

The game is a 2D one on one fighting title. Each character supports a large number of special moves and individual fighting styles. At the end of a match players have the option to unleash an "Overkill" on a defeated opponent, brutally killing the loser in a graphic manner, or the option to use the background itself for a stage kill.


Eternal Champions Genesis Death from above!
Eternal Champions Genesis Free X-ray
Eternal Champions Genesis Training with small discs
Eternal Champions Genesis Control panel options

Alternate Titles

  • "エターナルチャンピオンズ" -- Japanese spelling

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User Reviews

Whoa! This game is hard! Genesis DudeOfMonson (106)

The Press Says

Game Players Genesis Nov, 1993 97 out of 100 97
Mean Machines Genesis Feb, 1994 97 out of 100 97
Power Unlimited Genesis Mar, 1994 9 out of 10 90
Netjak Genesis Nov 26, 2003 8.1 out of 10 81
GamesCollection Genesis Jan 13, 2010 8 out of 10 80 Genesis Feb 06, 2005 8 out of 10 80
Nintendo Life Wii Dec 04, 2007 7 Stars7 Stars7 Stars7 Stars7 Stars7 Stars7 Stars7 Stars7 Stars7 Stars 70
Mag'64 Wii Jul 04, 2010 6.25 out of 10 62
IGN Genesis Jan 03, 2008 6 out of 10 60
The Video Game Critic Genesis Jan 02, 2009 C+ 58


Topic # Posts Last Post
Thought On This Game's Future. 1 Guy Chapman (1744)
Jul 06, 2007



The cover art was painted by Julie Bell and is entitled Invincible Team.


In 1995, Puffin Books published two combat-based gamebook adaptations of this video game, The Cyber Warriors and Citadel of Chaos, both written by Jamie Thompson.

Sticker Album

In 1993, Italian firm Panini (most famous for its football collectible stickers) published a SEGA official Eternal Champions sticker album.

As of 2008, onecan find online articles from France and Spain that sell it in blank for around 20€, and complete (or almost) for 40-60€.

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Contributed to by re_fold (282), Sciere (269140) and Foxhack (12467)