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Re: The PC gaming Guide to Fighting Games (Sans Emulators)

by J T Mon Jan 06, 2014 5:57 pm

Vanguard Princess is available on Gamersgate, Steam, and a few others...

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This game features an excellent tag team fighting system and grossly under dressed female combatants.
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Re: The PC gaming Guide to Fighting Games (Sans Emulators)

by Sload Soap Mon Jan 06, 2014 6:48 pm

There's a few indie games isn't there, like Akatsuki Blitzkampf.

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I'm sure some saturn era 3D fighters got PC releases as well. Last Bronx for sure.

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Edit: I guess Last Bronx wouldn't count though because you'd probably have to use a PC emulator to run it.
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Re: The PC gaming Guide to Fighting Games (Sans Emulators)

by GigaPepsiMan Mon Jan 06, 2014 9:50 pm

Came into mention last Bronx, apparently it is arcade perfect when played on the max settings. The game did come out on the Xplosiv budget label and my experience with Xplosiv is that the game will work on anything, I've played Diablo and Age of Empires Xplosiv budget versions and they worked perfectly on windows 7.
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Re: The PC gaming Guide to Fighting Games (Sans Emulators)

by marurun Tue Jan 07, 2014 8:08 pm

J T wrote:Vanguard Princess is available on Gamersgate, Steam, and a few others...


Vanguard Princess is not YET available on Steam. It is schedule to be released sometime next month.
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Re: The PC gaming Guide to Fighting Games (Sans Emulators)

by GigaPepsiMan Wed Jan 08, 2014 7:08 pm

GigaPepsiMan wrote:Came into mention last Bronx, apparently it is arcade perfect when played on the max settings. The game did come out on the Xplosiv budget label and my experience with Xplosiv is that the game will work on anything, I've played Diablo and Age of Empires Xplosiv budget versions and they worked perfectly on windows 7.

yeah I can't get get Last Bronx to install, maybe one day. Only discovered Salty Bet today, amazing.
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