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  • Virtua Cop 2 (Sega Saturn)

    Virtua Cop 2 is the follow-up to the heavily successful light gun-based cops-and-robbers shooter on the Saturn and provides more levels, missions, enemies, weapons, and three crime zones. Played as an on-rails shooter, Virtua Cop 2 is split into three stages: Big Chase, Save the Mayor, and Railline Shootout. Conflicts take place through banks, city chases, hotels, apartments, ports, luxury liners, trains, subways, warehouses, and more. Levels can be played in any order via the stage selection screen, and after the first part of each stage two selectable paths are offered. A variety of bad guys are armed with axes, knifes, pistols, grenades, machine guns, missile launchers, and more. A boss will mark the end of each stage and include mostly airborne (using jet-propelled packs) enemies who use missile and plasma attacks. By shooting various power-ups, players can acquire new weapons including rifles, automatics, machine guns, magnums,
  • Virtua Fighter (Sega Saturn)

    When Sega released Virtua Fighter to Arcades in 1993, gamers witnessed a new type of fighting game. It was the first coin-op fighter to have 3D graphics, using masses of polygons to make up characters instead of the more traditional 2D sprites. Two years later, Sega has translated its flagship 3D fighting game to the 32-bit Saturn. Players can choose from a selection of eight fighters, six male and two female, each with his or her own distinct fighting style. Fights are conducted as best two out of three affairs, meaning that a fighter has to defeat his or her opponent twice in order to win and advance to the next round. Fighters can be defeated by either hitting them to drain their life bar, or by forcing them off the edge of the fighting platform. Fighters do not have access to the special techniques or super moves
  • Virtua Fighter 2 (Sega Saturn)

    Sega's hit arcade fighting game makes its anticipated Saturn debut with an assortment of extra features and options. All ten 3D characters from the coin-op are included for play in an 11-match tournament. You'll battle the computer or a friend in matches held within ten texture-mapped, outdoor environments. To win, you must either deplete your opponent's health within the default time of 30 seconds or knock your rival out of each locale's "ring." Defeat each challenger three times to advance. As in Virtua Fighter, three buttons are used to block, kick, and punch, while directional pad motions initiate dashes, jumps, crouches, and more. In addition to the arcade game's tournament and versus play, the Saturn version includes the following variants: Team Battle, Ranking, Watch, and Expert. "Team Battle" has you selecting five characters and challenging a rival team's fighters in succession until one side is defeated. "Ranking"

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