(VC Arcade / Virtual Console Arcade)

Black Tiger (VC Arcade / Virtual Console Arcade)

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Fight your way through colorful, action-packed levels in this 1987 arcade classic.

Explore huge, sprawling levels as a powerful barbarian, seeking to defeat menacing bosses. Plus, upgrade your character with one of the first inventory and power-up systems ever built.

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Review

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Posted by Marcel van Duyn

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User Comments (9)

KeeperBvK

#1

KeeperBvK said:

Great action game if only too hard, just like Rygar. But luckily the VCA doesn't see you wasting quarters, so who cares? :D

vio

#2

vio said:

Man, whoever recorded that needs a new video capture device. What a jerky mess.

Betagam7

#3

Betagam7 said:

Keeper, the thing about Rygar is that it doesn't let you continue for the last few levels which means its still very difficult, if not barely impossible to complete.

MeloMan

#4

MeloMan said:

The shop mechanic reminds me of Forgotten Worlds. I'm liking the Rygar-ish action myself. Imma keep an eye on this one.

RocketBird

#6

RocketBird said:

totally forgot this game existed. One of my favorite arcade games back in the day. Sure hope this one gets a good review!

WWammy

#9

WWammy said:

Nice I like the game wasn't released on the consoles back in the day as far as I know.
Good to see Capcom release these games on VC Arcade its the ideal place for them :)

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