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  • WORLD HEROES

    ESRB T

    Wii

GAME DETAILS

A fighting game released in 1992 featuring eight characters, including Hanzo, Janne, and Rasputin, modeled on historical figures from throughout the ages. The fighters compete against each other to become the world’s toughest combatant, with players using a setup consisting of only three buttons (one each for punching, kicking, and throwing). Adding to this unique system is the fact that the strength of your offensive blow depends on how long the button is pressed and held. Along with regular match styles, Death Match mode is also available and features mines, electrified ropes, and other dangerous objects in the battle arena that can change conditions during the fight or damage players. Enjoy the wide range of combat forms as you take on history’s best!

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This classic game is part of the Virtual Console service, which brings you great games created for consoles such as NES™, Super NES™ and Game Boy™ Advance. See more Virtual Console games for Wii.

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Game Details
  • System Wii
  • Release Date 1992
  • No. of Players 2 players simultaneous
  • Category Fighting
  • PublisherD4 Enterprise
Required
  • Classic Controller

  • GCN Controller

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