Howard: a man feared by the world as the dark ruler of South Town. He shocked
the land with his violent techniques and was confident that no one could ever
top him. To rid himself of the man, Geese took the life the street champ, Jeff
Bogard. However, several years later, three men arose to stop Geese's ambition.
They were the sons of the dead Jeff, Terry and Andy Bogard, and Muay Thai champ,
Joe Higashi. After Geese was defeated by them, he was
believed to be dead. However, as time passed, a disturbing rumor began to float
around the world. Geese is alive...
His elder half-brother, Wolfgang Krauser, took the reigns of the underworld
after his younger brother's passing. However, the resurrected Geese deprives
Krauser his seat of glory and the Bogard brothers burn with the flames of
revenge. Terry and Andy hear where Geese is located."We're coming for
you, Geese!" A new legend is about
No, Fatal Fury "Special" isn't retarded, it's just a more complete version of
(cheap joke, sorry). Basically, this upgrade to Fatal Fury 2 allows you to play as the
boss charactersand marks the return of several classic fighters who
were sadly missing from the prequel.
Meet Mai Shiranui Mr. Duck
Fatal Fury Special
brings back some of the
original Fatal Fury characters like Duck King, Tung Fu Rue, and the
Howard. Ryo Sakazaki from the Art
Of Fighting series also makes an epic special appearance as a bonus character!
Doesn't get much more epic
than Mt. Rushmore.
The mechanics remain practically
unchanged from Fatal Fury 2, with the exception of faster gameplay and a
tweaked/improved combo system. Graphically the game was enhanced
in some areas... most notably the updated character selection screen and a few brand
new stages, which looked halfway decent for the time.
(SNES/Sega CD/Game Gear)
Geo, Neo Geo CD, Super Nintendo, Game Gear, Sega CD, Wii Virtual Console, Xbox 360
SNK took a page out of Capcom's book and dished out an enhanced version of Fatal Fury
2. It was much better competition for Capcom's Street Fighter 2 than the
original Fatal Fury 2, and offered some decent variety in the 2D fighting
game world at the time. Even so, Fatal Fury Special clearly wasn't
at the top of the 2D fighting game ladder. ~TFG