- Number of Players
- Release Date
- 8th Oct 2007, 900 points (USA - D4 Enterprise)
- 5th Oct 2007, 900 points (UK/EU - D4 Enterprise)
- 18th Sep 2007, 900 points (JPN - D4 Enterprise)
- 20th Apr 2017, £6.29/€6.99 (UK/EU - HAMSTER)
- 20th Apr 2017, $7.99 (USA - HAMSTER)
- 25th Nov 1991 (USA)
- Fatal Fury
- Controller Support
- Classic, Gamecube
Switch eShop / Neo Geo
Hungry like the wolf
While SNK's premier fighting game series is King of Fighters, the company tested the waters of the one-on-one combat genre with 1991's Fatal Fury, a title designed by none other than Takashi Nishiyama, the man behind Capcom's original 1987 Street Fighter. Street Fighter II was the game which kickstarted interest in this style of...
Virtual Console / Neo Geo
SNK's answer to Street Fighter II
When you consider the sheer volume of one-on-one fighters produced by SNK over the past decade or so it's amazing to think that 1991's Fatal Fury was the first time they'd attempted such a game since the company's inception in 1978. Produced to compete with Capcom's legendary Street Fighter II, SNK's game was very...
About The Game
Released in 1991 and one of the longest-running series in the fighting-game genre, this title introduced players to Terry Bogard, Andy Bogard and Joe Higashi. Select one of the three and visit many locations as your chosen fighter engages in numerous street fights around the fictional city of South Town. If you're good enough, you'll eventually take on Billy Kane and then his boss, the notorious crime lord Geese Howard.
Use each fighter's own finishing maneuver and battle in two different planes on the screen, one in the foreground and the other farther away in the background. The game also features a two-player mode that is well known for its unique setup, which allows fighters to both fight and help each other. Do you have what it takes to win the King of Fighters tournament?