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Long grew up in a big steel city, under a rigorous martial arts training. During the day, hes a popular martial arts movie star; but his nights are dedicated to fighting evil. Considered a descendant of the creator of Jeet Kun Do, Long has not yet learned that he is in fact a literal clone of Bruce Lee. But like it happened to the original, a new tragedy could be on his way...
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Xuan Dou Zhi Wang

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Page Updated:  March 12th, 2014

Like those who came before him (such as Law, Fei Long & Dragon), Long is an awesome homage to the late Bruce Lee. Since Xuan Dou Zhi Wang is a proudly-made Chinese fighting game, it only seems appropriate for a Bruce Lee tribute to appear in the game. One thing's for sure, the animators did an amazing job with Long's moveset... Long definitely looks and moves very similarly to the martial arts legend. Long is also one of the few Bruce Lee clones who actually pulls out nunchakus during gameplay and goes to town! Wataaah!

Normally, I would probably scoff at a design that looks so similar to others we've seen before in the fighting genre... but clearly, a lot of heart went into this design. Plus, Long actually has a variety of alternate outfits... which are pretty decent. At the end of the day, a design like this should be judged more on "tribute" than being a 100% "original" design. And pound for pound, Long is actually one of the best fighting game tributes to Bruce Lee.

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