Street Fighter Alpha 2 on the Saturn. I love all the Final Fight characters in the game. I always play as Guy but I feel I need to use somebody with a projectile attack though. I have also been playing a bit of SS 2 for the AES.
I've been playing Doomsday Warrior for the SNES. It's a mediocre fighting game but it could have been so much more. It has cool characters. The ability to earn points to upgrade you fighter depending on how the match went. The ability to recover health if you are not getting hit. Rocking music and decent graphics. The area where it fell short was in the game play. The fighting action is too weak. I really feel if that they had spent more time on the game it could have been a real winner.
SVC Chaos has been my main for the past two weeks. AI is kinda broken (spams too much), collision detection is shit (too many times I've had moves go through enemies or encounter hitboxes that were huge in attack animations) and enemy matchups are repetitive (I pretty much always get the same set of dudes in my VS CPU play). But, I'm getting used to it and getting better at the game, making it closer to the final boss in 1CC attempts. It's a bad game that had at least some of the game designers care in its production. I don't think I'd play it otherwise if it was pure crap (things to link include the graphics, the story flair, the roster, some of the music, some of the backgrounds).
NGBC is such a huge improvement over SvC in everything other than aesthetics, with an incredible roster. I wish it wasn't so widely ignored in favor of KOF. My one major gripe is that the XBLA version lacks any 2D stages, featuring only upscaled versions of the 3D stages added for the PS2 port.
got a working DC two weeks ago and treated it to a Hanzo, so I played quite a bit of MvC2 and Capcom vs. SNK 2, hadn't touched those in years. Also spend some time on Ninja Master's the last couple of days.
It's on the list. Don't recall ever playing a RB game. Fatal Fury was one of the 2 games I ever owned for my AES when I bought it in '91. Are they all good? Am reading a little that RB Special is kinda the best of the series.