Virtua Fighter Cabinet Art (2012)
Marquette Mall Arcade
Michigan City, IN
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This is All Japan Pro Wrestling Featuring Virtua… wait a minute, I was sure that said “Featuring Virtua Fighter”… weird. Anyway, I was a huge Virtua Fighter nut at the time, and was someone who disliked post-NES wrestling games. This game got me pretty excited. It led to Giant Gram on Dreamcast, which may still be my favorite wrestling game ever, though it’s been a while since I’ve played it.
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More lovely illustrations by Katsuya Terada for the comic “Virtua Fighter 2: Ten Stories”. And with this, the Virtua Fighter marathon comes to a close.
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Crappy scan of some beautiful art by Katsuya Terada for the comic “Virtua Fighter 2: Ten Stories”. The comic had a story for each character in VF2, along with some bonus art at the end.
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The Japanese PS2 box for Virtua Fighter 4. I like the colors in this one more than the US box. Sorry I don’t have a better scan. I had to manipulate this one to get rid of the heavy moire patterns.
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Virtua Fighter Cyber Generation for PS2. Before this came out, there were rumors since the Sega Saturn days that Yu Suzuki was working on a Virtua Fighter RPG. I got excited up until this game’s release. Oh well. Thinking back, those rumors probably were about Shenmue, as from early videos, it seemed to have started as a game about Akira instead of Ryo.
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While Virtua Fighter 2 for Sega Genesis/Mega Drive was an awful creation that should feel bad about its existence, I kinda like this cover for the European release. Strange, yet understandable, that this version didn’t come out in Japan.
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Interesting design for the cover of the Virtua Fighter Remix strategy guide in Japan.
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Cool illustrated cover for Virtua Fighter Remix on Saturn. The drawing was done by the lovely Katsuya Terada.
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