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'''''The Rumble Fish''''' is a 2D {{Fighting Game}} developed by Creator/{{Dimps}} and published by Sega Sammy Holdings. It was originally released in 2004 for the Atomiswave arcade platform and was later ported to the UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 on March 17, 2005. A sequel, ''The Rumble Fish 2'', has since been developed with numerous balance changes from the first game ([[{{Cameo}} two characters from this game have also made an appearance on the first game's console version as early promotion]]).

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'''''The Rumble Fish''''' is a 2D {{Fighting Game}} developed by Creator/{{Dimps}} and published by Sega Sammy Holdings. It was originally released in 2004 for the Atomiswave arcade platform and was later ported to the PlayStation 2 on March 17, 2005. A sequel, ''The Rumble Fish 2'', has since been developed with numerous balance changes from the first game ([[{{Cameo}} two characters from this game have also made an appearance on the first game's console version as early promotion]]).

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'''''The Rumble Fish''''' is a 2D {{Fighting Game}} developed by Creator/{{Dimps}} and published by Sega Sammy Holdings. It was originally released in 2004 for the Atomiswave arcade platform and was later ported to the PlayStation 2 UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 on March 17, 2005. A sequel, ''The Rumble Fish 2'', has since been developed with numerous balance changes from the first game ([[{{Cameo}} two characters from this game have also made an appearance on the first game's console version as early promotion]]).


* ClothingDamage: The game played with this trope extensively.

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* ClothingDamage: The game played with this trope extensively. Via the game mechanics, this is referred to as a "Parts Crush".


However, as of 2012, for the [=NESiCAXLive=], The Rumble Fish 2 was eventually [[UpdatedRerelease re-released]] with an updated 1.1 version, which does several more balance changes

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However, as of 2012, for the [=NESiCAXLive=], The Rumble Fish 2 was eventually [[UpdatedRerelease re-released]] with an updated 1.1 version, which does several more balance changes
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* MegaCorp: PROBE-NEXUS

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* MegaCorp: PROBE-NEXUSPROBE-NEXUS.
* NoExportForYou: Though the second game already had an English version in a few rare areas, there was never a home console version of it.


However, as of 2012, for the NESiCAXLive, The Rumble Fish 2 was eventually re-released with an updated 1.1 version, which does several more balance changes

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However, as of 2012, for the NESiCAXLive, [=NESiCAXLive=], The Rumble Fish 2 was eventually re-released [[UpdatedRerelease re-released]] with an updated 1.1 version, which does several more balance changes


'''''The Rumble Fish''''' is a 2D {{Fighting Game}} developed by Creator/{{Dimps}} and published by Sega Sammy Holdings. It was originally released in 2004 for the Atomiswave arcade platform and was later ported to the PlayStation 2 on March 17, 2005. A sequel, ''The Rumble Fish 2'', has since been developed.

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'''''The Rumble Fish''''' is a 2D {{Fighting Game}} developed by Creator/{{Dimps}} and published by Sega Sammy Holdings. It was originally released in 2004 for the Atomiswave arcade platform and was later ported to the PlayStation 2 on March 17, 2005. A sequel, ''The Rumble Fish 2'', has since been developed.
developed with numerous balance changes from the first game ([[{{Cameo}} two characters from this game have also made an appearance on the first game's console version as early promotion]]).


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However, as of 2012, for the NESiCAXLive, The Rumble Fish 2 was eventually re-released with an updated 1.1 version, which does several more balance changes


** They also have at least one Defensive Art, a type of super that doesn't do much damage but is meant to get one off the player's back. Most of these function like {{ComboBreaker}}s (and some like Viren's Defensive Art can only be used while getting hit in that aspect).

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** They also have at least one Defensive Art, a type of super that doesn't do much damage but is meant to get one off the player's back. Most of these function like {{ComboBreaker}}s {{Combo Breaker}}s (and some like Viren's Defensive Art can only be used while getting hit in that aspect).


** Also, if your character suffers clothing damage and win the current stage, the damage stays ''throughout the game''.

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** Also, Also in an arcade playthrough, if your character suffers clothing damage and win wins the current stage, the damage stays ''throughout the game''.



* FinalBoss: Beatrice in the second game.
* LauncherMove: Every character has one as a [[{{LimitBreak}} super move]].

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* FinalBoss: Greed in the first game, and Beatrice in the second game.
* LauncherMove: Every LimitBreak: Has a very unique case in this game in that it's split up between two different [[ManaMeter mana bars]], offensive and defensive:
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character has at least one as Offensive Art, a [[{{LimitBreak}} type of super move]].that's geared towards the usual mechanics of damage and/or offensive use.
** They also have at least one Defensive Art, a type of super that doesn't do much damage but is meant to get one off the player's back. Most of these function like {{ComboBreaker}}s (and some like Viren's Defensive Art can only be used while getting hit in that aspect).
** The Critical Art is basically their main "Level 3" super, only done when both the Offensive and Defensive bars are full.
*** The second game instead of making each bar have one stock each, instead up it to three stocks each, allowing for more meter conservation.


Not to be confused with ''Literature/RumbleFish'', the S.E. Hinton novel.

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Not to be confused with ''Literature/RumbleFish'', the S.E. Hinton novel.novel or the film directed by Creator/FrancisFordCoppola based on it.


Not to be confused with ''RumbleFish'', the S.E. Hinton novel.

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Not to be confused with ''RumbleFish'', ''Literature/RumbleFish'', the S.E. Hinton novel.

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Not to be confused with ''RumbleFish'', the S.E. Hinton novel.


'''''The Rumble Fish''''' (ザ・ランブルフィッシュ?) is a 2D {{Fighting Game}} developed by Dimps and published by Sega Sammy Holdings. It was originally released in 2004 for the Atomiswave arcade platform and was later ported to the PlayStation 2 on March 17, 2005. A sequel, ''The Rumble Fish 2'', has since been developed.

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'''''The Rumble Fish''''' (ザ・ランブルフィッシュ?) is a 2D {{Fighting Game}} developed by Dimps Creator/{{Dimps}} and published by Sega Sammy Holdings. It was originally released in 2004 for the Atomiswave arcade platform and was later ported to the PlayStation 2 on March 17, 2005. A sequel, ''The Rumble Fish 2'', has since been developed.


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'''''The Rumble Fish''''' (ザ・ランブルフィッシュ?) is a 2D {{Fighting Game}} developed by Dimps and published by Sega Sammy Holdings. It was originally released in 2004 for the Atomiswave arcade platform and was later ported to the PlayStation 2 on March 17, 2005. A sequel, The Rumble Fish 2, has since been developed.

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'''''The Rumble Fish''''' (ザ・ランブルフィッシュ?) is a 2D {{Fighting Game}} developed by Dimps and published by Sega Sammy Holdings. It was originally released in 2004 for the Atomiswave arcade platform and was later ported to the PlayStation 2 on March 17, 2005. A sequel, The ''The Rumble Fish 2, 2'', has since been developed.



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'''''The Rumble Fish''''' (ザ・ランブルフィッシュ?) is a 2D {{Fighting Game}} developed by Dimps and published by Sega Sammy Holdings. It was originally released in 2004 for the Atomiswave arcade platform and was later ported to the PlayStation 2 on March 17, 2005. A sequel, The Rumble Fish 2, has since been developed.

During the turn of the 21st century, a large-scale natural disaster tears through the eastern side of an unverified country, destroying its economical and political operations and taking a total of 158,000 lives. A prominent corporation in the series, called PROBE-NEXUS, moves its base of operations to the ruined east side and begins reconstructing the area. The rebuilt area flourishes again as it becomes a wealthy and busy city known as Zone Prime, which serves as the backdrop for many locales in the game.

In the underground of Zone Prime, PROBE-NEXUS also sponsors a tournament known as the Fight for Survival, or F.F.S., where fighters are gathered from the city's slums and compete for sport. The first Rumble Fish game follows the fifth F.F.S. tournament.

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!!''The Rumble Fish''provides examples of the following tropes:

* AfterTheEnd: PROBE-NEXUS fixes the damage, though.
* ClothingDamage: The game played with this trope extensively.
** If your character suffers clothing damage and wins the current fight, that character's victory portrait has his/her outfit damaged as well. For example, Aran's normal portrait has his jacket tied. However, when you win as him with clothing damage, his portrait shows an ''untied, tattered jacket''.
** Also, if your character suffers clothing damage and win the current stage, the damage stays ''throughout the game''.
** Characters who fight [[WalkingShirtlessScene shirtless]] (Lud, Orville) suffer from facial bruises instead.
* FinalBoss: Beatrice in the second game.
* LauncherMove: Every character has one as a [[{{LimitBreak}} super move]].
* MegaCorp: PROBE-NEXUS
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