Art of Fighting is one of those odd series that helped to define a genre, yet somehow never managed to become even remotely popular itself. It’s kind of the old-school, 2D fighting game equivalent of former Jessica Simpson hubby Nick Lachey’s boy band, 98 Degrees. Only more influential, as if Nick had then taught the far more successful Justin Timberlake how to sing or how to have lots of sex with gorgeous-but-superdumb pop divas back when they were sane enough to be attractive.
Art of Fighting Anthology review
Art isn't dead, but in this classic 2D fighting game compilation, it is old and oddly sparse
Smooth animations in AoF 3
Feels old and unpolished
Not much value
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|Description||2D fighting returns in this collection of the Art of Fighting franchise.|
|US censor rating||"Teen"|
|UK censor rating||""|