Fatal Fury: Mark of the Wolves (1999)

Video Game   |  Action, Adventure


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Ten years after crime lord Geese Howard's death, the city of Southtown has become more peaceful leading it to be known as the Second Southtown (having formerly been corrupted by Geese). A ... See full summary »


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5 November 2017 | CuriosityKilledShawn
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| Fury's End
This 8th, and final, entry in the Fatal Fury series might be the best one. I've been a fan since 1993 so the series has been my favorite of the VS fighting genre for a long time. Mark of the Wolves features the best animation, combat, and locations, an even a nice sense of humor. The character sprites are colorful, the fighting has an easy learning curve and the music is pretty funky (with contributions by Robert Miles, no less). Even though it's the 8th and last Fatal Fury game I can still call it accessible for newbs to the series and genre as it it very easy to pick up and play.

This Steam version features 10 trophies/achievements, no trading cards, and online play is dead. I didn't have any trouble with lag or resolution issues. I'd love for the whole series to come to the PS4 but for the moment either Steam or the old Dreamcast editions is your best bet.


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Release Date:

25 February 2000

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Japanese


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Japan

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