Luckily, Akira realized people probably don't wanna play this all the time, so even if you lose (I always get beat in the late 50s rounds), you keep your title. --- "I will give you a show like you have never, ever seen before. Why?Because I can." -- Shawn Michaels
DiscomasterPosted 8/22/2011 6:26:18 PM
Yay, I'm an Urban Champion too!
...But now what?
LadyGagaMafiaPosted 8/22/2011 6:32:51 PM
I got stuck around level 52. Up until then, I was getting by with power punches and no dodging.
I dunno, you get the ranking and the game just keeps going, lol. I might do some more rounds and see if anything else happens. --- "I will give you a show like you have never, ever seen before. Why?Because I can." -- Shawn Michaels
Retrostarman87Posted 8/22/2011 6:32:59 PM
Discomaster posted... Yay, I'm an Urban Champion too!
...But now what?
Time to break out the Atari 2600 and play some E.T. THEN you'll be a true Urban Champion.
*runs to the tv with saliva oozing out of mouth* --- The Gamecube was totally underrated. People who Agree: 89 Tell me if you agree!
DarrentgPosted 8/22/2011 7:52:05 PM
So this version is a big improvement and actually worth playing? --- http://www.backloggery.com/darrentg R.I.P Ronnie James Dio
The gameplay is identical, so it's still dull, shallow, and mindless punching. But you actually see progression. The title rankings give you a reason to say, "Well, maybe just one more round."
And the camera angle makes the game look a lot more appealing than it ever has. --- "I will give you a show like you have never, ever seen before. Why?Because I can." -- Shawn Michaels
darkqueenhelbaPosted 8/22/2011 9:44:48 PM
I chose to download this just because I never had the opportunity to play it back in the NES days. Since it was one of the first "fighters" I felt I should at least give it a try. I still haven't had the opportunity to play though. --- Wii#7881-1500-1074-0649 Excitebike: 1419-6846-9793