Fighters Destiny

aka: Fighting Cup
Moby ID: 8514
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Take a collection of fist-fighters, wrestlers and martial arts experts, and combine them into one tournament. But instead of relying on simply depleting the health bar, you must win points depending on how you defeat an opponent (for example, ring-outs are 1 point, special moves 4 points and countering a special move is 2 points).

Game modes include the standard VS. mode, simply defeat everyone you see. VS. Battle allows you to defeat the enemy, then acquire their moves for the next round. The Master Challenge has you spinning a wheel to determine who you fight. Spin up a Master, and you get a tough challenge in which you can win new moves. Spin a Joker, and you simply have a challenge, with nothing to gain, but everything to lose.

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Average score: 77% (based on 19 ratings)

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Average score: 3.4 out of 5 (based on 15 ratings with 1 reviews)

I cry every time I beat it.

The Good
I enjoyed playing as each character and really investing my time getting to know each character's interests. For instance, Abdul, the Mongolian, loves to grapple his opponents' crotch. Ryuji, the Karate master, decided to change his name from Ryu, because Ryu from Street Fighter was threatening legal action. Pierre, the French clown, is an a*hle. There is also an unlockable Swiss character who refuses to fight. Sometimes he will punch you, but for every punch landed, he will punch himself in the face.

This game has fantastic moves that combine with beautiful graphics. I don't wear my contacts and my glasses are broken.

The Bad
That damn Ninja from Japan. He had no personality.

This game is about as bland as the generic soap your mother uses.

The Bottom Line
As a fan of Fighting...I love punching and kicking. Sometimes you gotta block. Sometimes you gotta throw a fireball at a stereotypical Elephant Man. Sometimes you gotta choke out that scantily clad woman who called you out for drinks once, but then left with the Elephant Man...because, "He can stretch to fill out, and makes wayyyy more money than you do." So then you don't knock the Elephant Man out. You just make him Ring-out and inflict plenty of emotional damage that will haunt him for the rest of his life.

I don't understand the cover of this game. Is the Fighter's Destiny to wank a fire monster? I don't know...but this is pretty awesome.

Nintendo 64 · by Theo Jones (9) · 2010

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Game added by Kartanym.

Additional contributors: Joshua J. Slone, DreinIX.

Game added February 26, 2003. Last modified April 16, 2024.