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Web icon An illustration of a computer application window Wayback Machine Texts icon An illustration of an open book. Books Video icon An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video Audio icon An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio Software icon An illustration of a 3. Whatever — Virtua Fighter 2 is about one thing — beating the crap out of your opponent! You can count the good PC fighting games on one hand but luckily with the release of Virtua Fighter 2 , the list of good fighting games became a bit longer.
Virtua Fighter 2 serves up a simple but fast-paced fighter that is a graphical treat for the eyes. The three dimensional polygon fighters have become smoother and more lifelike than the previous version.
The settings and rings are more detailed and everything from the fighting moves to the animated taunts seem to be turned up a notch on the speed dial. If you’ve never heard of the Virtua Fighter series of games, I’d have to ask what planet you come from. Starting in arcades, later moving to Sega’s Saturn platform, Virtua Fighter is one of the most successful fighting games of all time. There is a big difference between the games — Mortal Kombat is rendered in a flat 2 dimensional world while the Virtua Fighter world is in 3D with a flying camera and changing views.
Also Mortal Kombat ‘s characters are based on camera shots of real actors while Virtua Fighter ‘s characters are larger but completely computer generated masses of polygon graphics. Mortal Kombat also has an excellent movie based on the characters in the game, while Virtua Fighter ‘s thin plot has not yet spawned a movie.
What about the other popular arcade fighter, Street Fighter? Well, despite its popularity on other platforms and its mediocore film version starring the late Raul Julia and Jean-Claude Van Damme, the PC version was a complete disaster. You can control your fighter by game pad, joystick or keyboard.
I found Act Lab ‘s PowerRamp , a keyboard emulator with an arcade control pad-like console, to be a killer controller. When playing against a buddy holding a game pad, I found that my character seemed to react twice as fast to the PowerRamp ‘s keyboard emulated commands. The PowerRamp also allows the programming of special combination moves. It doesn’t take long to realize what an advantage this gives you.
Speaking of combination moves, Virtua Fighter 2 does add a lot of interesting moves compared to the original. I especially noticed a lot of “stomping” moves to inflict when your opponent is knocked out on the floor. Why simply wait for him to get back on his feet when you can stomp on his stomach or neck? That hurts! The game is true to its arcade version and adds a few twists for the PC.
Here you can assemble a team of fighters that lets you pit three or five fighters against each other. There is also a multiplayer mode for internet or direct connections and a playback mode that lets you view previous games. One of the most interesting modes is the “Portrait” mode. Here you can view computer rendered lifestyle photo albums of the fighters.
Sega seems to be trying to further develop the personalities of these digital fighters by creating entire life backgrounds. In the photo albums you can see Lion’s fancy house and expensive toys. You can see Jeffry’s tender moments pushing a young boy on a swing and fishing for sharks with a harpoon.
The results are interesting if not a bit manipulative. Often the “snapshots” seem to have a sexual edge to them. The fighters are shown sprawled on beds, holding a armful of flowers for you perhaps? If the fast-paced fighting action doesn’t attact the teens, why not throw in a bit of sexual fantasy?
Pac Man to lust over. Well, I guess this comes from a society that at first glance seems to be totally sexually repressed — for example, Japanese law requires the “naughty parts” of men and women to be fuzzed over — but then often sneaks sexually charged themes into animation and comic books.