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It has an upcoming sequel called ''VideoGame/FightingEXLayer''. However, on a good note, some of the game's music are in there if selected in that game's option setting on "Extra" in FEXL.

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It has an upcoming a sequel called ''VideoGame/FightingEXLayer''. However, on a good note, some of the game's music are in there if selected in that game's option setting on "Extra" in FEXL.


The game was only released in Japanese arcades and none of the characters were ever featured in another Arika or Namco property. It's rare for someone (even in Japan) to know about the game, let alone have played it. So yeah, it's [[SarcasmMode a little bit obscure]].

It has an upcoming sequel called ''VideoGame/FightingEXLayer''.

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The game was only released in Japanese arcades and none of the characters (besides Allen and Blair) were ever featured in another Arika or Namco property. It's rare for someone (even in Japan) to know about the game, let alone have played it. So yeah, it's [[SarcasmMode a little bit obscure]].

It has an upcoming sequel called ''VideoGame/FightingEXLayer''.
''VideoGame/FightingEXLayer''. However, on a good note, some of the game's music are in there if selected in that game's option setting on "Extra" in FEXL.


** The True Lance Knight that you get to fight as a BonusBoss at the end of the game if you did exceptionally well. He's the Knight you fought as a midboss on steriods. Before you can even fight him you have to clear a QuickTimeEvent. If you fail you get to start the fight with reduced health. He does a good amount of chip damage with his lance on block, and a whole lot of damage if he hits you. He's also nigh invulnerable. The only attacks that do any substantial damage to him are throws, but you only get an opportunity to throw him if you stun him, which requires you to hit him with repeated attacks, and aside from the rare throw chance, he does not flinch from ''any'' attack. And best of all, you only get one try to beat him.

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** The True Lance Knight that you get to fight as a BonusBoss at the end of the game if you did exceptionally well. He's the Knight you fought as a midboss on steriods. steroids. Before you can even fight him you have to clear a QuickTimeEvent.[[PressXToNotDie Quick Time Event]]. If you fail you get to start the fight with reduced health. He does a good amount of chip damage with his lance on block, and a whole lot of damage if he hits you. He's also nigh invulnerable. The only attacks that do any substantial damage to him are throws, but you only get an opportunity to throw him if you stun him, which requires you to hit him with repeated attacks, and aside from the rare throw chance, he does not flinch from ''any'' attack. And best of all, you only get one try to beat him.


* {{Transplant}}: Allen and Blair, who were in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterEX'' previously. Since Arika owns the characters rather than Capcom, they never returned to the ''EX'' series after this game (though both reappearing in the sequel ''Fighting EX Layer'' means they managed to outlast the other EX characters who never transitioned to the main ''Street Fighter'' series).

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* {{Transplant}}: Allen and Blair, who were in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterEX'' previously. Since Arika owns the characters rather than Capcom, they never returned to the ''EX'' series after this game (though both reappearing in the sequel ''Fighting EX Layer'' means they managed to outlast the other EX characters who never transitioned to the main ''Street Fighter'' series).


* {{Transplant}}: Allen and Blair, who were in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterEX'' previously. For some odd reason, they never returned to the ''EX'' series after this game.

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* {{Transplant}}: Allen and Blair, who were in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterEX'' previously. For some odd reason, Since Arika owns the characters rather than Capcom, they never returned to the ''EX'' series after this game.
game (though both reappearing in the sequel ''Fighting EX Layer'' means they managed to outlast the other EX characters who never transitioned to the main ''Street Fighter'' series).


* SNKBoss: Vold, especially in the second round in which any attack that doesn't catch him off guard results in him swapping positions with you and countering you with your own move.

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Vold, especially in the second round in which any attack that doesn't catch him off guard results in him swapping positions with you and countering you with your own move.move.
** The True Lance Knight that you get to fight as a BonusBoss at the end of the game if you did exceptionally well. He's the Knight you fought as a midboss on steriods. Before you can even fight him you have to clear a QuickTimeEvent. If you fail you get to start the fight with reduced health. He does a good amount of chip damage with his lance on block, and a whole lot of damage if he hits you. He's also nigh invulnerable. The only attacks that do any substantial damage to him are throws, but you only get an opportunity to throw him if you stun him, which requires you to hit him with repeated attacks, and aside from the rare throw chance, he does not flinch from ''any'' attack. And best of all, you only get one try to beat him.

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It has an upcoming sequel called ''VideoGame/FightingEXLayer''.


''Fighting Layer'' was developed in 1998 by game company Arika and published by both Arika and [[Creator/NamcoBandai Namco]] as an attempt to create a similar game to Arika and Capcom's modest-success, ''VideoGame/StreetFighterEX'', without having it tie in with the game's ExcusePlot or the Creator/{{Capcom}}-owned characters. The game includes Allen Snider and Blair Dame, both characters from the first ''EX'' game. Debuting with this series:

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''Fighting Layer'' was developed in 1998 by game company Arika and published by both Arika and [[Creator/NamcoBandai [[Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment Namco]] as an attempt to create a similar game to Arika and Capcom's modest-success, ''VideoGame/StreetFighterEX'', without having it tie in with the game's ExcusePlot or the Creator/{{Capcom}}-owned characters. The game includes Allen Snider and Blair Dame, both characters from the first ''EX'' game. Debuting with this series:


* Tetsuo Kato, SpiritedCompetitor

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* Tetsuo Kato, SpiritedCompetitor and AntiHero


* AnimalAthleteLoopHoole: Tiger, Shark, and Hawk, natch.

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* AnimalAthleteLoopHoole: AnimalAthleteLoophole: Tiger, Shark, and Hawk, natch.

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* AnimalAthleteLoopHoole: Tiger, Shark, and Hawk, natch.


-->''Are you right? Are you ready? '''GO!''' ''

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-->''Are -->''"Are you right? Are you ready? '''GO!''' ''
GO!"''


* JustHereForGodzilla: Allen and Blair being in this game is pretty much the only reason western gamers know about this game's existance.



* NoExportForYou: For absolutely nobody outside of Japan.


''VideoGame/FightingLayer'' was developed in 1998 by game company Arika and published by both Arika and [[Creator/NamcoBandai Namco]] as an attempt to create a similar game to Arika and Capcom's modest-success, ''VideoGame/StreetFighterEX'', without having it tie in with the game's ExcusePlot or the Creator/{{Capcom}}-owned characters. The game includes Allen Snider and Blair Dame, both characters from the first ''EX'' game. Debuting with this series:

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''VideoGame/FightingLayer'' ''Fighting Layer'' was developed in 1998 by game company Arika and published by both Arika and [[Creator/NamcoBandai Namco]] as an attempt to create a similar game to Arika and Capcom's modest-success, ''VideoGame/StreetFighterEX'', without having it tie in with the game's ExcusePlot or the Creator/{{Capcom}}-owned characters. The game includes Allen Snider and Blair Dame, both characters from the first ''EX'' game. Debuting with this series:

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* JustHereForGodzilla: Allen and Blair being in this game is pretty much the only reason western gamers know about this game's existance.

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