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Savage Reign (Neo Geo)

Savage Reign Neo Geo Title screen

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Description

The evil King Lion has crowned himself as the master of Fuun-Ken, a new style of martial arts that includes throwing weapons in addition to hand-to-hand combat. This does not sit well with the rest of the Fuun-Ken fighters around the world, so they all decide to beat each other up in classic 2 round fights to decide who gets to get down with King Lion himself.

Savage Reign is a one-on-one 2D fighter in which you select your character and try to defeat all challengers using your basic attacks and special moves. The game features 2 different horizontal planes to which the characters can freely jump to in order to avoid attacks a la Fatal Fury. You cannot escape completely however, as all characters have a throwing weapon they can use in different ways to reach each other no matter where they are.

Screenshots

Savage Reign Neo Geo Attempting to stop Mezu's tornado-based move Mudoh SuiryuuHa, Gordon uses his Friction Heater move.
Savage Reign Neo Geo Hayate performs his boomerang-powered technique Nendou Hikon simultaneously to Chung's Angry Mode...
Savage Reign Neo Geo Assisted by his "toy" hammer, Joker attacks simultaneously to Eagle, that performs a simple punch...
Savage Reign Neo Geo Even performing quickly a strong kick, King Lion's counterattack is frustrated by Hayate's blocking!

Alternate Titles

  • "Fu'un Mokushiroku - Kakutou Sousei" -- Japanese title

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GamePro (US) Aug, 1995 4 out of 5 80
Video Games & Computer Entertainment Aug, 1995 7 out of 10 70

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Zovni (9344) added Savage Reign (Neo Geo) on Jun 02, 2007
Other platforms contributed by Michael Cassidy (9925), Zovni (9344) and Kabushi (130236)