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06:17:30 PM Aug 7th 2011
I'm not sure how accurate this is as a history of fighting games, but it reads too much like a combination of factoids, with little information of general interest:

There were at least four fighting games for the original NES, one based on the anime YuYu Hakusho and using a completely different interface. The screen was divided in half, with each fighter shown from the perspective of their opponent. The fighters were never seen to actually hit each other, which saved on animation, but the results of attacks would carry across. Then there were Joy Mech Fight. Yie Ar Kung Fu, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Tournament Fighters, which used a more traditional engine.
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