DescriptionIt's time once again for the famous KOF Tournament! New faces and old alike join together to participate in the latest KOF tournament, but something seems wrong. Why was this year's tournament announced without fanfare? What could be up? That's for you to find out! Featuring classic KOF gameplay with a new twist: The Striker Match!
- "拳皇99" -- Chinese spelling (simplified)
- "The King of Fighters '99" -- US/JP PlayStation title
- "KOF '99" -- Informal title
Part of the Following Groups
There are no reviews for this game.
The Press Says
|The Video Game Critic||Mar 15, 2009||D-||16|
There are currently no topics for this game.
Compilation releaseThis game is included in 3 for 1 Value Pack: Volume #6.
ReferencesIn the game's Art Gallery mode, you'll see a lot of artwork for characters from previous KOF games who don't appear in King of Fighters '99. Among them are:
Goro Daimon (KOF '94-KOF '98), Chizuru Kagura (KOF '96-KOF '98), Athena Asamiya (in her previous outfits), Billy Kane (Fatal Fury-KOF '98), Ryuji Yamazaki (Real Bout Fatal Fury-KOF '98), General Heidern (KOF '94-KOF '95, KOF '98), and Kyo Kusanagi (his original look from KOF '94 to KOF '98).
Character differencesAthena and Kyo do make appearances, but in new costumes. Athena changes her costume as she does in every KOF, but '99 marks the first year that she has a returning voice actress (Haruna Ikezawa, who would continue to voice Athena in all subsequent KOF games). Kyo would ditch his previous black jacket/pants and white shirt for a new white jacket, blue jeans, and black shirt outfit (he even burns the last part of his old costume, a headband, in his intro). His '94 and '95-'98 designs are still playable, however, as the Kusanagi clones Kusanagi-1 and Kusanagi-2.
K'If you're wondering how to pronounce the name of KOF '99 lead character K', it's simply like this: Kay Dash.
Information also contributed by Demian Katz
Related Web Sites
- Wikipedia: The King of Fighters '99 (Information about The King of Fighters '99 at Wikipedia)