History VideoGame / KarateChamp

8th Dec '15 4:01:07 PM tropower
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''Karate Champ'' ("Karate Dou" in Japan) is [[UrExample one of the earliest examples]] of the one-on-one fighting game, published by Data East Corporation and originally developed by a company full of former Data East employees known as Technos Japan. The game featured a voice chip for the sensei to make calls.

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''Karate Champ'' ("Karate Dou" in Japan) is [[UrExample one of the earliest examples]] of the one-on-one fighting game, published by Data East Corporation and originally developed by a company full of former Data East employees known as Technos Japan. The game featured a voice chip for both the sensei to make calls.
calls, and for the fighters to {{Kiai}}.
8th Dec '15 3:59:53 PM tropower
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->'''BEGIN!'''

''Karate Champ'' is [[UrExample one of the earliest examples]] of the one-on-one fighting game, published by Data East Corporation and originally developed by a company full of former Data East employees known as Technos Japan. The game featured a voice chip for the sensei to make calls.

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->'''BEGIN!'''[[note]] Or "'''HAJIME!'''" in the Japanese version.[[/note]]

''Karate Champ'' ("Karate Dou" in Japan) is [[UrExample one of the earliest examples]] of the one-on-one fighting game, published by Data East Corporation and originally developed by a company full of former Data East employees known as Technos Japan. The game featured a voice chip for the sensei to make calls.



A sequel called "Karate Champ: Player vs. Player" was later released. While the single player-only first game took place largely in a karate dojo, the second game had a variety different locations, and [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin allowed two players to play against each other]].

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A sequel called "Karate Champ: Player vs. Player" ("Taisen Karate Dou") was later released. While the single player-only first game took place largely in a karate dojo, the second game had a variety different locations, and [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin allowed two players to play against each other]].


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* {{Kiai}}: In both games, these are done with digitized voices.
11th Jun '15 5:38:39 AM AnotherGuy
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''Karate Champ'' is [[UrExample one of the earliest examples]] of the one-on-one fighting game, published by Data East Corporation and originally developed by a company full of former Data East employees known as Technos Japan.

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''Karate Champ'' is [[UrExample one of the earliest examples]] of the one-on-one fighting game, published by Data East Corporation and originally developed by a company full of former Data East employees known as Technos Japan.
Japan. The game featured a voice chip for the sensei to make calls.
17th Apr '15 1:42:01 PM Saurubiker
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* UrExample: Released a year before ''VideoGame/StreetFighterI'' (1987), it's considered by many to be the first ever FightingGame.

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* UrExample: Released a year before ''VideoGame/StreetFighterI'' (1987), it's considered by many to be One of the first ever FightingGame.earliest one-on-one fighting game, predating the original ''VideoGame/StreetFighter'' by three years.
17th Apr '15 1:39:21 PM Saurubiker
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''Karate Champ'' is [[UrExample one of the earliest examples]] of the one-on-one fighting game, published by Data East Corporation and originally developed by a company full of former Data East employees known as Technos Japan (now Million Co. Ltd.).

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''Karate Champ'' is [[UrExample one of the earliest examples]] of the one-on-one fighting game, published by Data East Corporation and originally developed by a company full of former Data East employees known as Technos Japan (now Million Co. Ltd.).
Japan.
7th Feb '15 5:00:25 AM Antwan
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* MartialArtsUniform: Both opponents wear a white and red gi respectively.



* UrExample: Released a year before ''VideoGame/StreetFighter'' (1987), it's considered by many to be the first ever FightingGame.

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* UrExample: Released a year before ''VideoGame/StreetFighter'' ''VideoGame/StreetFighterI'' (1987), it's considered by many to be the first ever FightingGame.
7th Feb '15 4:57:17 AM Antwan
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* MiniGame

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* MiniGameMiniGame: There is one where you break random objects heading for you.
* MovesetClone: Both opponents have the same attacks, same body, and the same clothing, not accounting the color.



* UrExample: Released a year before ''StreetFighter'' (1987), it's considered by many to be the first ever FightingGame.

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* UrExample: Released a year before ''StreetFighter'' ''VideoGame/StreetFighter'' (1987), it's considered by many to be the first ever FightingGame.
13th Oct '14 6:06:17 PM rjung
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[[quoteright:224:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/karate_champ_4908.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:224:What's a "fatality"?]]
4th Sep '14 4:08:01 PM RainFairy
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* BrickBreak: One of the mini-games.

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* ALoadOfBull: And one that comes in and rushes towards your character in a mini-game!
* BrickBreak: One of The other the mini-games.mini-game in the game itself.
26th Dec '13 6:30:15 PM Usagi1992
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* UrExample: Released a year before ''StreetFighterI'', it's considered by many to be the first ever FightingGame.

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* UrExample: Released a year before ''StreetFighterI'', ''StreetFighter'' (1987), it's considered by many to be the first ever FightingGame.
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