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Description

Supreme Warrior is a full-motion video fighting game. The game, or interactive movie, is set in China hundreds of years ago. You are tasked with protecting half of a magical mask. The wearer of the mask will be granted untold power. Unfortunately, the villanous Wang Tu has the other half of the mask, and wants your half badly. So, you must fight off Wang Tu's minions, and eventually Fang Tu himself.

The gameplay in Supreme Warrior consists of digitized video with interactive elements. At many points during the video, you can unleash a punch, kick, or block. If your timing is correct, you inflict damage on your opponent. If you timing is off, your opponent hurts you.

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Supreme Warrior SEGA CD Title
Supreme Warrior DOS A power block - this move reflects the attack back to your opponent
Supreme Warrior 3DO Fang Tu - The Big Boss - He seeks for the other half part of his mask to gain enough power to rule the world!!
Supreme Warrior DOS Blocking a kick

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GamePro (US) SEGA CD Apr, 1995 4 out of 5 80
Game Players 3DO Mar, 1995 80 out of 100 80
Mega Play Magazine SEGA 32X Jun, 1995 76 out of 100 76
Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM) SEGA 32X Jun, 1995 21.5 out of 40 54
Video Games & Computer Entertainment SEGA CD Mar, 1995 5 out of 10 50
Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM) 3DO Feb, 1995 20 out of 40 50
Digital Press - Classic Video Games SEGA CD Dec 10, 2003 2 out of 10 20
Power Play DOS Dec, 1995 13 out of 100 13
Retro Game Reviews SEGA 32X Mar 29, 2018 1 Stars1 Stars1 Stars1 Stars1 Stars1 Stars1 Stars1 Stars1 Stars1 Stars 10
Digital Press - Classic Video Games SEGA 32X Sep 25, 2005 1 out of 10 10

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Trivia

Cancelled Saturn version

A SEGA Saturn version was in development, but was ultimately cancelled.

Film location

The video for Supreme Warrior was shot in Hong Kong at the Shaw Brothers' film studio, where many classic kung fu movies were made in the '70s and even reused a few of the same sets.

Game footage

Portions of the game footage were used in a made-for-TV movie called Maximum Surge, also released on DVD by York Entertainment under the name Game Over. The movie also used footage from Corpse Killer, Prize Fighter, and Quarterback Attack, all FMV games created by Digital Pictures.

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