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''Legend of Success Joe'' is a pseudo-{{Beat Em Up}} boxing game released by WAVE Corporation in 1991 for the UsefulNotes/NeoGeo.

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''Legend of Success Joe'' (''Ashita no Joe Densetsu'') is a pseudo-{{Beat Em Up}} pseudo-BeatEmUp boxing game released by WAVE Corporation in 1991 for the UsefulNotes/NeoGeo.

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* ExpressiveHealthBar: Both Joe and his opponent show physical damage on their faces the more lower their health bar drops, showing bloody, bruises and swollen faces.


The game's story, based on the popular manga ''Manga/AshitaNoJoe'', follows the career of Joe Yabuki from his years at the Toko Special Boys' Reformatory, his bantamweight qualifying bout against Shohei Inagaki, his fight against Wolf Kanagushi, accidentally killing his rival Toru Rikiishi in the ring, provoking a ruffian, and making his comeback to world champion by fighting more opponents both inside and outside the ring.

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The game's story, based on the popular manga ''Manga/AshitaNoJoe'', ''Manga/TomorrowsJoe'', follows the career of Joe Yabuki from his years at the Toko Special Boys' Reformatory, his bantamweight qualifying bout against Shohei Inagaki, his fight against Wolf Kanagushi, accidentally killing his rival Toru Rikiishi in the ring, provoking a ruffian, and making his comeback to world champion by fighting more opponents both inside and outside the ring.

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''Legend of Success Joe'' is a pseudo-{{Beat Em Up}} boxing game released by WAVE Corporation in 1991 for the NeoGeo.

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''Legend of Success Joe'' is a pseudo-{{Beat Em Up}} boxing game released by WAVE Corporation in 1991 for the NeoGeo.
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* PostGameRetaliation: Joe not only boxes with opponents in the ring; he also fights it out with boxers and {{Mooks}} outside of the arena in between boxing matches.

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* CoupDeGraceCutscene

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* InASingleBound: Oddly for a video game, jumping is an enemy-only ability.
* LifeMeter: A three-part life bar.

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