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User Reviews

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Our Users Say

Category Description User Score
AI The quality of the game's intelligence, usually for the behavior of opponents. 2.8
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work and the game plays. 3.0
Graphics The visual quality of the game 3.5
Personal Slant A personal rating of the game, regardless of other attributes 3.4
Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 3.2
Overall User Score (13 votes) 3.2

Critic Reviews

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SuperGamePower (Sep, 1997)
Já leu a matéria do Circuito Aberto, mano? Agora que você já sabe como a versão de Street para Master foi feita, tá na hora de aprender a bater. Se você guardou o console no armário, tire o bichinho da caixa porque a surpresa é boa! É o primeiro game de 8MB para o console, com gráficos de cair o queixo, boa velocidade e até vozes digitalizadas!
Ação Games (Nov, 1997)
Os gráficos são bons (considerando as limitações do console) e o som vem com várias vozes digitalizadas, uma novidade. Pena que a jogabilidade não tenha ficado perfeita: é quase impossível soltar as magias. Mas tirando isso é um bom game de luta para a galera do Master.
Retro Gamer (Oct 12, 2006)
(...) in 1997 Tec Toy officially licensed and developed a version for Sega's 8-bit wonder; their attempt was the only official 8-bit console version. Unfortunately it doesn't quite work, with dodgy collision detection and about three animation frames for each of the eight fighters (several are missing). But we love it anyway, for its sheer tenacity and fun two-player mode.
59 (May 31, 2003)
Acabar el juego con los ocho personajes (cosa que todo "friki" de la saga debería de hacer), nos puede llevar algún tiempo, aunque tampoco demasiado, eso sí no esperéis unos finales que compensen el esfuerzo, ya que además de ser bastante soso, solo hay uno para todos los personajes.
While this is not the version of the game to introduce non-SF fans too, the hardcore fans might find this an interesting diversion. That is of course, if they can live with the complete lack of combos and the impossible specials. Still, it's better than the Game Boy version and can be playable if you just accept the hardware it's running on. Competent, just not the game it used to be.