DescriptionPit-Fighter is a 3rd-person fight game that features digitized graphics of real fighters and zooming effects. Players select one of three fighters (Buzz, Ty or Kato) to take on anyone who dares. At the conclusion of a match, players are individually awarded a Knockout Bonus, Brutality Bonus, and a Fight Purse. Every third match is a Grudge Match where players test the skills of each other. The last man standing is the winner of this three-knockdown match. Players fight their way to the Elimination Match to decide who wins the opportunity to dethrone the champion, the Masked Warrior.
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- "Pit-Fighter: The Ultimate Competition" -- Full title
- "PitFighter: The Ultimate Challenge" -- SEGA Master System in-game title
- "ピットファイター" -- Japanese spelling
- "피트 파이터" -- Korean spelling
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|Gives Use for the Word Turd||Genesis||ResidentHazard (3566)|
|Like a bad Xerox copy, this port amplifies the flaws in the original.||Lynx||Trixter (9125)|
|At the very bottom of the pit||DOS||Zovni (10648)|
|A bad game, but with an attitude!||DOS||Iron Lord (44)|
|Yes it is bad but it started the whole digitized live actor trend||DOS||gametrader (233)|
|Computer and Video Games (CVG)||Genesis||Mar, 1992||82 out of 100||82|
|Amiga Action||Amiga||Nov, 1991||71 out of 100||71|
|Sega-16.com||Genesis||Apr 23, 2007||7 out of 10||70|
|Amiga Power||Amiga||Nov, 1991||64 out of 100||64|
|Power Play||Atari ST||Feb, 1992||57 out of 100||57|
|Micro News||Atari ST||Dec, 1991||11 out of 20||55|
|Amiga Joker||Amiga||Nov, 1991||48 out of 100||48|
|ASM (Aktueller Software Markt)||Genesis||Apr, 1992||5 out of 12||42|
|Video Games||SEGA Master System||Nov, 1992||9 out of 100||9|
|The Video Game Critic||SNES||Jan 01, 2015||F||0|
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Cancelled Atari 7800 versionAtari had a 7800 port underway, outsourced to Imagitec Design, but abandoned it around 1992. You can read about it here.
DOS versionThe DOS port of Pit-Fighter inexplicably uses a sprite resizing algorithm that stretches only vertically, not horizontally. This results in very odd-looking "skinny" fighters onscreen (as well as almost everything else).
- Commodore Format
- July 1993 (Issue 34) - Modern Classics: Beat-'em-ups (Check 'em out)