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Category Description User Score
AI How smart (or dumb) you perceive the game's artificial intelligence to be 3.7
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.) 4.5
Graphics The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines 4.3
Personal Slant How much you personally like the game, regardless of other attributes 4.3
Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 3.7
Story / Presentation The main creative ideas in the game and how well they're executed 3.5
Overall User Score (6 votes) 4.0

Critic Reviews

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Defunct Games (Jan 23, 2005)
Gals fighters is a good game. It's a little simpler to play than most fighters and the characters are well chosen and look good. Unfortunately it comes AFTER Match of the Millennium. This means if you don't have either there is no choice. Match of the Millennium is so good you can't afford to pass it by. And that's the only real thing wrong with Gals Fighters, there's a better alternative, even if you do own MotM, do you really need another fighter? Well speaking as a fighting game fan, you can NEVER really have too many fighting games and Gals Fighters is worth a look, the new moves and general wacky approach to fighting actually makes it quite refreshing. But if you are a casual fighting game player, there really isn't a choice, Match of the Millennium is the only fighting game you'll ever need. But for those of you who have beat MotM and are looking for a new fighter, you could do a lot worse than get Gals Fighters. Its wicked.
It's about time we see a handheld game that features a cast of all girl fighters that flat out rocks. Gameplay is fast and furious, just what you'd expect from an SNK fighter. With eight female fighters to choose from, the highlight of this game is the Queen of Fighters option (the game's story mode)— where you fight against CPU controlled hot- ties in brutal hand-to-hand combat. As you make your way through this mode, you earn bonus Items that can be used in later bouts, which pay off when you face Miss X: the mysterious boss. Beat her and you'll win the coveted 'K Talisman,' which grants your fighter wishes. A VS Mode is available for battling a friend via the link cable. It's no X-Men Vs. Street Fighter, but SNK delivers the fighting goods on handhelds like no one else.
Portable Review (Oct 23, 2005)
I'd say pick this game up, if you're a fan of the KoF "R" series, but want something wackier, faster and off-the-wall.
Gamers' Republic (Apr, 2000)
Still, this game remains mostly a novelty, although according to our resident guru of such things, the fight with the final boss may make worth the purchase of the game in itself - but he refuses to give up any more details.
Si l’on peut reprocher aux arrière-plans un certain immobilisme, la jouabilité est parfaite comme toujours avec SNK et son mini joystick : on exécute assez facilement les coups spéciaux même sans être un spécialiste du genre. L’ambiance sonore est correcte. Sachez que le jeu renferme plein d’objets à récupérer (boucles d’oreilles, tatouages, épingles à cheveux, services à thé, etc.) qui améliorent les caractéristiques de votre personnage. Cela permet à Gals Fighters de se démarquer des ténors du genre.
GameSpot (Feb 11, 2000)
Gals Fighters isn't a bad game. Unfortunately, it also isn't an original game either, and as such, it's a little hard to recommend it to anyone but the most die-hard fan of SNK's female lineup - or anyone who has been waiting patiently to see Iori in drag. If you only own one fighting game for the system, that game should be SNK vs. Capcom: Match of the Millennium, which outmuscles Gals Fighters in every way imaginable, from character selection to game options.