History VideoGame / BattleMonsters

3rd Dec '15 4:52:12 PM nombretomado
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A 1995 SegaSaturn exclusive somewhat-platform based FightingGame developed by Scarab, released in Japan by Naxat Soft and in the U.S. by Creator/{{Acclaim}}.
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A 1995 SegaSaturn UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn exclusive somewhat-platform based FightingGame developed by Scarab, released in Japan by Naxat Soft and in the U.S. by Creator/{{Acclaim}}.
15th Jul '14 2:20:36 PM hbi2k
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* MightyGlacier - Deathmask
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%% * MightyGlacier - Deathmask
14th Jan '14 12:14:21 PM roman55
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14th Jan '14 12:14:09 PM roman55
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[[quoteright:308:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/_-battle-monsters-saturn-__8437.jpg]] [[caption-width-right:308:Round 1.....BATTLE!]]
20th Oct '13 10:30:46 AM JIKTV
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Corrected Fatality to Finishing Move.
It falls into the category of the considerably large line-up of fighters that are considered ''MortalKombat'' 'rip-offs'; however, this game only seems to take inspiration from ''MortalKombat'' aesthetic (dark tones, digitized sprites and a minor amount of blood), but little-to-nothing Gameplay-wise. Ironically enough, this game actually plays more like ''StreetFighter'' than ''Mortal Kombat'' games; it doesn't even have [[{{Fatality}} fatalities]].
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It falls into the category of the considerably large line-up of fighters that are considered ''MortalKombat'' 'rip-offs'; however, this game only seems to take inspiration from ''MortalKombat'' ''Franchise/MortalKombat'' aesthetic (dark tones, digitized sprites and a minor amount of blood), but little-to-nothing Gameplay-wise. Ironically enough, this game actually plays more like ''StreetFighter'' ''Franchise/StreetFighter'' than ''Mortal Kombat'' games; it doesn't even have [[{{Fatality}} fatalities]]. {{F|inishingMove}}atalities.
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