Walkthrough by Vinder_DarkWolf

Version: 1.0 | Updated: 09/09/09 | Printable Version


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                              Urban Champion

                       Copyright 2009 Josh Gilbride
                               version 1.0

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Introduction                                                        [INTR01]

This game is a remake of Urban Champion for the NES. I haven't played the
original game but I beleve it's the same game, just now it's portable. Unlike
most NES games this one has a back story, you play as a kid that's tired of
geting picked on by bullys and you start fighting back, not much of a story is
it? well don't worry becuse I got your back. I think the story goes something
like this, you play as a man in his late twenties who works at a pizzeria, he
lived a good life and all is well until one day the apocalypse hits and all
hell breaks loose! demons are flying in the sky, the dead are coming back as
zombies and on top of that your pizzeria got hit by a flaming meteor. Thinking
that this counts as a bad day you decide to leave work early and vent your
anger on anything passing by. Now isn't that a better story?.


Controls                                                           [CONT02]

The controls for this game are simple. You can move left or right and you have
a weak punch and a strong punch, you can guard too but that's automatic.

Moving & Blocking:

Pressing left or right on the D-Pad makes you move. You automatically start
guarding when you are close to your opponent, press up on the D-Pad to guard up
and press down to guard down. Tap the D-Pad to the opposite side of your
opponent and you will lean back, if you guard down and keep tapping back your
opponent will have a hard time hitting you.


You have two attacks in this game, if you press the (A) button you will do a
fast but weak punch, if you press the (B) button you will do a slow but
strong punch. each one has a pro & con, the (A) button is fast and you can
keep hitting your opponent which will mess up his attacks but it's weak and
will not do much. The (B) button is strong and every time it hits your
opponent he will go flying, three or four of these and the round will be yours,
but it's slow and it will leave you open for attack. Press up on the D-Pad and
punch to hit your opponent in the face or press down on the D-Pad and punch to
hit your opponent in the stomach.

Pausing & Menus:

From the main menu press the (Start) button to begin the game. When playing
press the (Start) button to pause the game, press the (Start) button again to
unpause the game. You can only pause the game when fighting and when you
unpause the game it will take a second to respond. If you press the (L) & (R)
buttons the game will pause and a menu will appear, here you can "Reset NES"
which will take you back to the main menu and delete your Hi-score, or you can
"Continue" which will unpause the game. You can pause the game at anytime if
you use the (L) & (R) buttons.


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How To Play:

Being a NES game there's not much to it. The game takes place in a downtown
city area (I like to think it's brooklyn). The game is set up like this, you're
on the left and your opponent is on the right. The object of the game is to
beat your opponent to his side of the street and when he's close enough he will
roll to the next street, ending the round and starting a new one, do this three
times and on the third round he will fall down a man hole. A woman will apear
in one of the windows of the building you're fighting in front of and throw
confetti, then it's off to fight a stronger foe.

Winning & Losing:

In the beginning of each fight a sign will appear saying what round it is, to
win the round beat you opponent to the end of the screen, to win the fight beat
your opnnonent three times. Once he goes down (Excuse the pun) you move on to a
new and harder opponent and this goes on and on and on until you die. To lose a
round your opponent has to beat YOU to the end of the screen, to lose a fight
and thus ending the game you have to lose three rounds.

Time & Stamina:

At the bottom of the screen you will see your stamina on the left, how much
time is left in the middle and how many lives you and your opponent have left
on the right (Haha left on the right). You start each round with two-hundred
stamina, each time you attack you lose one stamina point, if you get hit you
lose four points, if you get thrown back you lose ten points and if you get hit
by a flower pot you will lose five stamina points. If your stamina runs out you
will move much slower, which is a death sentence. Each round you start with
ninety-nine seconds, if the time runs out a cop car will drive by and whoever
is closest to getting knocked out will get taken away and will lose the round.

Neighborhood Watch:

The neighborhood watch consists of one fat guy with a bad attitude. During the
fight a man will sometimes appear in one of the windows and try to drop a
flower pot on you, I say "You" becuse he aims for you, hence the bad attitude.
From time to time a cop car will drive by and both fighters will stop fighting
and return to their corners, the cop will drive from one side of the screen to
the other which will take about four or five seconds. This could be good if
your about to be knocked out, but it seems like he appears more when you are
winning. Which is a pain.


Every Time you win a fight (Win three rounds) you will get a trophy that will
appear at the bottom right side of the screen under your lives. The most rounds
I have won is Thirty-nine, so I can only tell you this much. The first trophy
you get is a boxing glove, when you win seven fights (Twenty-one rounds) they
wil change into one flag. Once you win six more fights they will change into
what looks like a crown, unfortunately I don't know what's after that.


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