For Virtua Fighter 4 on the Arcade Games, Akira by ReCharredSigh.
For Virtua Fighter 3 on the Arcade Games, Taunt FAQ by DChan.
For Virtua Fighter 4 on the Arcade Games, Lion by CKeppler.
For Virtua Fighter 3tb on the Dreamcast, Akira by SQuinlan.
For Virtua Fighter 2 on the PlayStation 3, Akira by JojiSuzuki. Keep me logged in on this device: Forgot your username or password? Don't have an account?
For Virtua Fighter 2 on the Saturn, Akira by JojiSuzuki. Keep me logged in on this device: Forgot your username or password? Don't have an account?
For Virtua Fighter 2 on the Saturn, Akira by RGantela.
X-Men vs. Street Fighter Wolverine FAQ v1.0 by Shinkuu Doogie ([email protected]) 06/23/97 Disclaimer: This is my latest contribution to the internet videogaming world.
For Street Fighter EX on the Arcade Games, Allen Snider by JCulbert.
Kairi Character Guide Street Fighter EX (Arcade) version 1.0 By John Culbert ([email protected]) INTRODUCTION: ----- For once our arcade actually got a game fairly early!!
Dave Evans ([email protected]) for not only finding the codes to play Dan/Akuma/Devilot, but finding them faster than I would have expected. Also, he did a great job HTMLizing v2.5 of the FAQ (considering he was doing this from Japan in his Texas account and also that it is still under construction). You get the big DAN THUMBS UP!
Right now I believe everything is done except the total summary of the main endings that happened. Yay. ***** Introduction and Opening Statement The purpose of this FAQ is to finally give a coherent presentation of the storyline of the most misunderstood Street Fighter Alpha game, Street Fighter Alpha 3.
Virtua Fighter 4 Preview ... As a result, the upcoming home version of Virtua Fighter 4 for the PlayStation 2 is shaping up to be one of the finest VF conversions to date thanks to excellent ...
Here is the document that describes how to install an Amplifone HV transformer. Thanks to Keith Jarett ([email protected]) for mailing me a photocopy (who in turn wishes to thank Mark Sherman and Al Vernon of Atari Games for their fabulous in-depth knowledge and tech support. I agree; these guys have helped me a few times, too, and are fantastic).
The boring Ken relies more or less on basic FB-DP strategy to keep you at bay. If he can't DP you, he will count on a foot sweep to hit you when you land as a deterrent. You can avoid this sweep, if you can get the air HK off in time. When you come upon one of these pattern type players, you must attempt to break the pattern.
Long story, short: I stomped on my TE and now the casing is partially buckled/dented and the joystick is bent at an angle. What I'm looking to do is
Knowledge is the key - if you've got enough background information and you think you can get it to work, then you probably *CAN* get it to work, so by all means, go ahead! Anyways, with "banking" you'll put the code for different games in different sections of a large EPROM, where each section serves as a bank of memory.
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For 19XX: The War Against Destiny on the Arcade Games, FAQ by REIKANE 6379.
For NAM-1975 on the Arcade Games, FAQ/Walkthrough by Dan GC.