Choi busted out of
jail along with Chang, but they bumped
into someone much more dangerous than the police: Kim
Kap Hwan. In his crusade for justice, Kim beat the poor convicts up
until they agreed to use their skills for good instead of evil. They eventually join
Kim in the KOF tournament to form the Korea Team. Ever since, they have
tried to find a way to escape, but never succeeded. It doesn't get any
better when Jhun appears, him being
as dangerously good as Kim.
of Fighters 95, King of Fighters 96,
of Fighters 97,
King of Fighters 98,
of Fighters 98: Ultimate Match, King
of Fighters 99,
King of Fighters 2000,
of Fighters 2001,
King of Fighters
King of Fighters 2002 Unlimited Match,
VS SNK 2, Card Fighters Clash,
Fighters Clash 2, Card
Fighters Clash DS, SNK
VS Capcom Chaos, King of Fighters:
October 7th, 2011
It's true that
every fighting game in the 90's (and still to this day) needs its off-the-wall,
blatant "freak" design to stir things up.... Choi is definitely that
design in the KOF series, but in my opinion, he's such an outcast
that he fails to fit in with the rest of the roster. I think the original
designers of Choi wanted to make a character that new players would remember....
"Hey, isn't KOF that game with the little Freddy Krueger midget?"
Which is why in the later of the series, they realized they didn't really need
this guy afterall.
against little people, but I despise everything about Choi. In a nutshell, he's Freddy
Krueger as a midget... seriously SNK? Come one now.... Besides Chang, he's one of the few SNK characters that
I actually hate with a passion. He's also a pain in the ass to fight against,
but that's besides the point. Choi is not a very likeable design, unless you're
some kind of weirdo, of course. lol.
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