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13th May '16 10:34:32 AM heliosKAISER
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* Krizalid's TheCoatComesOff/IAmNotLeftHanded moment. So you beat the first form of Krizalid pretty easily right? Now to show that he isn't messing around anymore, he burns his coat WHILE HE'S STILL WEARING IT! Rugal Bernstein, eat your heart out!

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* Krizalid's TheCoatComesOff/IAmNotLeftHanded IAmNotLeftHanded moment. So you beat the first form of Krizalid pretty easily right? Now to show that he isn't messing around anymore, he burns his coat WHILE HE'S STILL WEARING IT! Rugal Bernstein, eat your heart out!
13th May '16 10:34:32 AM heliosKAISER
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13th May '16 9:53:13 AM heliosKAISER
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It also took it out of the park by including 3D versions of the stages, as well as an arranged soundtrack for the PS2 (These features were removed in the Final Edition for PC, but that doesn't reduce its awesomeness).

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It also took it out of the park by including 3D versions of the stages, as well as an arranged soundtrack for the PS2 (These features were removed in the Final Edition for PC, but that doesn't reduce its awesomeness).awesomeness).
*Krizalid's TheCoatComesOff/IAmNotLeftHanded moment. So you beat the first form of Krizalid pretty easily right? Now to show that he isn't messing around anymore, he burns his coat WHILE HE'S STILL WEARING IT! Rugal Bernstein, eat your heart out!
6th Apr '16 9:59:07 AM kkhohoho
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It brought back not only all characters from KOF 2002 from the Arcade and console versions (Except for K9999, who was PutOnABus and replaced by Nameless, a brand new character), but in general, it brought back ''all'' characters who appeared during the NESTS chronicles, resulting in the biggest roster in the franchise so far with 52 different characters. (Though you if you want to get technical, it's actually 66 characters, including EX characters, hidden characters, (which have been banned,) and the final bosses). (Which have also been banned.)\\

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It brought back not only all characters from KOF 2002 from the Arcade and console versions (Except for K9999, who was PutOnABus and replaced by Nameless, a brand new character), but in general, it brought back ''all'' characters who appeared during the NESTS chronicles, resulting in the biggest roster in the franchise so far with 52 different characters. (Though you if you want to get technical, it's actually 66 characters, including EX characters, hidden characters, (which have been banned,) and the final bosses).bosses. (Which have also been banned.)\\))\\
6th Apr '16 9:58:19 AM kkhohoho
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It brought back not only all characters from KOF 2002 from the Arcade and console versions (Except for K9999, which was [Thankfully] PutOnABus, and replaced with Nameless, an original character), but, in general, it brought back ''all'' characters appearing during the NESTS chronicles, resulting in the biggest roster in the franchise so far with 52 different characters. (Though you if you want to get technical, it's actually 66 characters, including EX characters, hidden characters, (which have been banned,) and the final bosses). (Which have also been banned.)\\

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It brought back not only all characters from KOF 2002 from the Arcade and console versions (Except for K9999, which who was [Thankfully] PutOnABus, PutOnABus and replaced with by Nameless, an original a brand new character), but, but in general, it brought back ''all'' characters appearing who appeared during the NESTS chronicles, resulting in the biggest roster in the franchise so far with 52 different characters. (Though you if you want to get technical, it's actually 66 characters, including EX characters, hidden characters, (which have been banned,) and the final bosses). (Which have also been banned.)\\
6th Apr '16 9:57:01 AM kkhohoho
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It also includes colorful stages with a lot of cameos, contrasting the gray, desaturated stages from the classical ''KOF 2002'' and the lacking stages from ''Neowave''; stages including [[BeachEpisode a beautiful beach in Italy]] (For the Fatal Fury and 97 Special Team, and '''Geese'''), The [=NeoGeo=] World (An amusement park for K's Team and Pretty Girls Team), a station in Korea (For Kim's Team and the new Edit Team), some ancient ruins in Cambodia (perfect for the Ikari and Father Teams), a Chinese Restaurant (Fitting for the Psycho Soldiers), a street in front of a concert hall (For the Agents and Woman's team), [[VideoGame/ArtOfFighting The Kyokugen Gym]] (Where you can even spot Gato and Hotaru from Garou: Mark Of The Wolves), a spectacular battle arena (For Iori Team, the New Faces Team, and '''Goenitz'''), a colorful High School in Japan (For Kyo and company), an ominous yet awesome AbandonedLaboratory (for Kyo clones and NESTS lackeys), and probably the best of them all, remastered versions of the stages for the bosses (Including the Skynoah stage for Omega Rugal); Clone Zero's and Igniz's stages are particularly gorgeous and well detailed, specially with their new music.\\


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It also includes colorful stages with a lot of cameos, contrasting the gray, desaturated stages from the classical ''KOF 2002'' and the lacking stages from ''Neowave''; stages including [[BeachEpisode a beautiful beach in Italy]] (For the Fatal Fury and 97 Special Team, and '''Geese'''), The [=NeoGeo=] World (An amusement park for K's Team and Pretty Girls Team), a station in Korea (For Kim's Team and the new Edit Team), some ancient ruins in Cambodia (perfect for the Ikari and Father Teams), a Chinese Restaurant (Fitting for the Psycho Soldiers), a street in front of a concert hall (For the Agents and Woman's team), [[VideoGame/ArtOfFighting The Kyokugen Gym]] (Where you can even spot Gato and Hotaru from Garou: Mark Of The Wolves), a spectacular battle arena (For Iori Team, the New Faces Team, and '''Goenitz'''), a colorful High School in Japan (For Kyo and company), an ominous yet awesome AbandonedLaboratory (for Kyo clones and NESTS lackeys), and probably the best of them all, remastered versions of the stages for the bosses (Including the Skynoah stage for Omega Rugal); Clone Zero's and Igniz's stages are particularly gorgeous and well detailed, specially with their new music.\\
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6th Apr '16 9:56:31 AM kkhohoho
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It brought back not only all characters from KOF 2002 from the Arcade and console versions (Except for K9999, which was [Thankfully] PutOnABus, and replaced with Nameless, an original character), but, in general, it brought back ''all'' characters appearing during the NESTS chronicles, resulting in the biggest roster in the franchise so far (66 characters, including hidden characters and the final bosses).\\

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It brought back not only all characters from KOF 2002 from the Arcade and console versions (Except for K9999, which was [Thankfully] PutOnABus, and replaced with Nameless, an original character), but, in general, it brought back ''all'' characters appearing during the NESTS chronicles, resulting in the biggest roster in the franchise so far (66 with 52 different characters. (Though you if you want to get technical, it's actually 66 characters, including EX characters, hidden characters characters, (which have been banned,) and the final bosses).bosses). (Which have also been banned.)\\
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It also includes colorful stages with a lot of cameos, contrasting the gray, desaturated stages from the classical ''KOF 2002'' and the lacking stages from ''Neowave''; stages including [[BeachEpisode a beautiful beach in Italy]] (For the Fatal Fury and 97 Special Team, and '''Geese'''), The [=NeoGeo=] World (An amusement park for K's Team and Pretty Girls Team), a station in Korea (For Kim's Team and the new Edit Team), some ancient ruins in Cambodia (perfect for the Ikari and Father Teams), a Chinese Restaurant (Fitting for the Psycho Soldiers), a street in front of a concert hall (For the Agents and Woman's team), [[VideoGame/ArtOfFighting The Kyokugen Gym]] (Where you can even spot Gato and Hotaru from Garou: Mark Of The Wolves), a spectacular battle arena (For Iori Team, the New Faces Team, and '''Goenitz'''), a colorful High School in Japan (For Kyo and company), an ominous yet awesome AbandonedLaboratory (for Kyo clones and NESTS lackeys), and probably the best of them all, remastered versions of the stages for the bosses (Including the Skynoah stage for Omega Rugal); Clone Zero's and Igniz's stages are particularly gorgeous and well detailed, specially with their new music.
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It also includes colorful stages with a lot of cameos, contrasting the gray, desaturated stages from the classical ''KOF 2002'' and the lacking stages from ''Neowave''; stages including [[BeachEpisode a beautiful beach in Italy]] (For the Fatal Fury and 97 Special Team, and '''Geese'''), The [=NeoGeo=] World (An amusement park for K's Team and Pretty Girls Team), a station in Korea (For Kim's Team and the new Edit Team), some ancient ruins in Cambodia (perfect for the Ikari and Father Teams), a Chinese Restaurant (Fitting for the Psycho Soldiers), a street in front of a concert hall (For the Agents and Woman's team), [[VideoGame/ArtOfFighting The Kyokugen Gym]] (Where you can even spot Gato and Hotaru from Garou: Mark Of The Wolves), a spectacular battle arena (For Iori Team, the New Faces Team, and '''Goenitz'''), a colorful High School in Japan (For Kyo and company), an ominous yet awesome AbandonedLaboratory (for Kyo clones and NESTS lackeys), and probably the best of them all, remastered versions of the stages for the bosses (Including the Skynoah stage for Omega Rugal); Clone Zero's and Igniz's stages are particularly gorgeous and well detailed, specially with their new music.\\
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It brought back not only the whole roster of the original ''KOF 98 Slugfest'', but in general, it brought back ''all'' characters appearing during the Rugal and Orochi sagas, for a total of 43 different characters. (Not including extra versions and the final bosses, which brings it it up to a grand 64, technically speaking). Aside of the already known stages, it also included new stages, such as a train station in Hong Kong, the Great Wall in China, and even the dark arena from 96, where you fight Geese Howard and his cohorts Wolfgang Krauser and Mr. Big, and the coliseum where the battle with Goenitz takes place; and the different dimension stages from 97, where you engage the New Faces Team in their Orochi versions, as well as Orochi himself. Beware, as this time, the bosses really mean business.\\

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It brought back not only the whole roster of the original ''KOF 98 Slugfest'', but in general, it brought back ''all'' characters appearing during the Rugal and Orochi sagas, for a total of which adds up to 43 different characters. (Not including extra versions and the final bosses, which brings it it up to a grand total of 64, technically speaking). Aside of the already known stages, it also included new stages, such as a train station in Hong Kong, the Great Wall in China, and even the dark arena from 96, where you fight Geese Howard and his cohorts Wolfgang Krauser and Mr. Big, and the coliseum where the battle with Goenitz takes place; and the different dimension stages from 97, where you engage the New Faces Team in their Orochi versions, as well as Orochi himself. Beware, as this time, the bosses really mean business.\\
6th Apr '16 9:42:35 AM kkhohoho
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It brought back not only the whole roster of the original ''KOF 98 Slugfest'', but in general, it brought back ''all'' characters appearing during the Rugal and Orochi sagas, for a total of 46 different characters (Not ncluding extra versions and the final bosses, which brings it it up to a grand 64, technically speaking). Aside of the already known stages, it also included new stages, such as a train station in Hong Kong, the Great Wall in China, and even the dark arena from 96, where you fight Geese Howard and his cohorts Wolfgang Krauser and Mr. Big, and the coliseum where the battle with Goenitz takes place; and the different dimension stages from 97, where you engage the New Faces Team in their Orochi versions, as well as Orochi himself. Beware, as this time, the bosses really mean business.\\

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It brought back not only the whole roster of the original ''KOF 98 Slugfest'', but in general, it brought back ''all'' characters appearing during the Rugal and Orochi sagas, for a total of 46 43 different characters characters. (Not ncluding including extra versions and the final bosses, which brings it it up to a grand 64, technically speaking). Aside of the already known stages, it also included new stages, such as a train station in Hong Kong, the Great Wall in China, and even the dark arena from 96, where you fight Geese Howard and his cohorts Wolfgang Krauser and Mr. Big, and the coliseum where the battle with Goenitz takes place; and the different dimension stages from 97, where you engage the New Faces Team in their Orochi versions, as well as Orochi himself. Beware, as this time, the bosses really mean business.\\
6th Apr '16 9:41:59 AM kkhohoho
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It brought back not only the whole roster of the original ''KOF 98 Slugfest'', but in general, it brought back ''all'' characters appearing during the Rugal and Orochi sagas, for a grand total of 64 characters (Including extra versions and the final bosses). Aside of the already known stages, it also included new stages, such as a train station in Hong Kong, the Great Wall in China, and even the dark arena from 96, where you fight Geese Howard and his cohorts Wolfgang Krauser and Mr. Big, and the coliseum where the battle with Goenitz takes place; and the different dimension stages from 97, where you engage the New Faces Team in their Orochi versions, as well as Orochi himself. Beware, as this time, the bosses really mean business.\\

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It brought back not only the whole roster of the original ''KOF 98 Slugfest'', but in general, it brought back ''all'' characters appearing during the Rugal and Orochi sagas, for a grand total of 64 46 different characters (Including (Not ncluding extra versions and the final bosses).bosses, which brings it it up to a grand 64, technically speaking). Aside of the already known stages, it also included new stages, such as a train station in Hong Kong, the Great Wall in China, and even the dark arena from 96, where you fight Geese Howard and his cohorts Wolfgang Krauser and Mr. Big, and the coliseum where the battle with Goenitz takes place; and the different dimension stages from 97, where you engage the New Faces Team in their Orochi versions, as well as Orochi himself. Beware, as this time, the bosses really mean business.\\
11th Feb '16 9:22:04 AM sampacm
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* Although not as awesome as ''KOF 2002: Unlimited Match'', the previous DreamMatchGame, ''The King Of Fighters 98: Ultimate Match'' also deserves a special mention:\\

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* Although not as awesome as ''KOF 2002: Unlimited Match'', the The previous DreamMatchGame, ''The King Of Fighters 98: Ultimate Match'' also deserves a special mention:\\



It brought back not only the whole roster of the original ''KOF 98 Slugfest'', but in general, it brought back ''all'' characters appearing during the Rugal and Orochi sagas, for a grand total of 64 characters (Including extra versions and the final bosses). Aside of the already known stages, it also included new stages, such as a train station in Taiwan, the Great Wall in China, and even the dark arena from 96, where you fight Geese Howard and his cohorts Wolfgang Krauser and Mr. Big, and the coliseum where the battle with Goenitz takes place; and the different dimension stages from 97, where you engage the New Faces Team in their Orochi versions, as well as Orochi himself. Beware, as this time, the bosses really mean business.\\

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It brought back not only the whole roster of the original ''KOF 98 Slugfest'', but in general, it brought back ''all'' characters appearing during the Rugal and Orochi sagas, for a grand total of 64 characters (Including extra versions and the final bosses). Aside of the already known stages, it also included new stages, such as a train station in Taiwan, Hong Kong, the Great Wall in China, and even the dark arena from 96, where you fight Geese Howard and his cohorts Wolfgang Krauser and Mr. Big, and the coliseum where the battle with Goenitz takes place; and the different dimension stages from 97, where you engage the New Faces Team in their Orochi versions, as well as Orochi himself. Beware, as this time, the bosses really mean business.\\
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