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Fighting Fury
Fighting Fury ps2.jpg
Informations
Developer(s) Tomy Corporation
Publisher(s) Midas Interactive Entertainment
Genre(s) Fighting, action
Release date(s) October 12, 2000 (JP)
May 23, 2003 (EU)
Mode(s) 1-2 players
Platform(s) PlayStation 2
Media CD-ROM

Grappler Baki: Baki Saikyō Retsuden (グラップラー刃牙 バキ最強列伝, Gurappurā Baki Baki Saikyō Retsuden; literally: "Grappler Baki: The Most Powerful Story of Baki"), also known as Fighting Fury in Europe, is an Fighting game based on Itagaki Keisuke's series known as Baki The Grappler, developed by Tomy Corporation and published by Midas Interactive Entertainment, which was released in Japan in 2000.

Description

Based on the Baki the Grappler anime and manga, Fighting Fury is one of the only venues where the World Champions in karate, jujutsu, professional wrestling, chinese martial arts, and other unarmed combat techniques can meet and trade blows. Features include 13 different characters to master, an Endorphin Gauge that unlocks super powerful moves, Tournament and Sparring modes, and a customizable fighter tool. The game is available only in Japan and Europe.

Characters

Main characters

  • Baki Hanma
  • Koushou Shinogi (listed as "Shinobu Kousho")
  • Kaoru Hanayama
  • Kanji Igari
  • Mount Toba
    • Fighting moves (as they were listed in the European version):
      • Sleeper Hold
      • Bird Wing Facelock
      • Brain Cracker
      • Jumping Roundhouse
      • Shoulder Tackle
      • 16 Inch Foot Kick
      • 16 Inch Foot Spinning Kick
      • 16 Inch Ankle Drop
      • 3 Kick Combo
      • High Angle Double Arm
      • 150 Ton Bomb
      • Toba Rush
  • Gouki Shibukawa (listed as "Shibukawa Kouki")
    • Fighting moves (as they were listed in the European version):
      • Shibukawa Flip
      • Upper Aiki
      • Whirlwind Leg
      • Lower Aiki
      • Upper Striking Throw
      • Down Striking Throw
      • High Speed Tear Throw
      • One Fist Punch
      • Shibukawa Style
      • Upper Batting Throw
      • Lower Batting Throw
  • Kaiou Retsu (listed as "Retsu Kaiyou")
    • Fighting moves (as they were listed in the European version):
  • Kureha Shinogi (listed as "Shinobu Kureha")
    • Fighting moves (as they were listed in the European version):
      • Short Range Slamm
      • Shoulder Tackle
      • Knee Kick
      • King Kong Knee Drop
      • World's Strongest
      • Uppercut
      • Lecture
      • Double Shoulder
      • Muscle Fort
      • Strike Quake
      • Surgery
  • Katsumi Orochi
    • Fighting moves (as they were listed in the European version):
      • Shoulder Flip
      • Glabella Strike
      • One Fist Punch
      • Jumping Spinning Kick
      • Stepping Foot Blade
      • Four Mid Thrusts
      • Over Head Kick
      • Jumping Kicks
      • Secrets of a Divine Mind
      • Match Posture
      • Reflected Moon Kick
  • Doppo Orochi
    • Fighting moves (as they were listed in the European version):
      • Bear Squeeze
      • Downward Thrust
      • Launch
      • Killer Stab
      • Five Thrusts Combo
      • Front Wing Posture
      • Flying Swallow Kick
      • True Punch
      • Tigers Mouth Punch
  • Jack Hanma
    • Fighting moves (as they were listed in the European version):
      • Front Suplex
      • Arm Crusher
      • Swinging Downward Punch
      • Dash Tackle
      • Upper Bite
      • Lower Bite
      • Stomp
      • Hopeless Dance For Joy
      • Uppercut Combo
      • Biting Punch
      • Piercing Hand
  • Mitsunari Tokugawa (non-playable)

Hidden characters

  • Yasha-Zaru Jr (listed as "Demon Ape")
    • Fighting moves (as they were listed in the European version):
      • Hugging Monkey
      • Throwing Down
      • Swinging Down
      • Wild Bite Combo
      • Swing Down
      • Fury Swipes
      • Combo Slamming
      • Body Toss
  • Yuujirou Hanma

Gallery

Trivia

  • In Japan, a price of this game was 7,140 Yen.
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