Virtua Fighter

Virtua Fighter (arcade)  1993


First 3D fighting game with viewpoint zoomed and rotated with the action, first jumping characters in 3D fighting games


Arcade system: Sega Model 1

Virtua Fighter 1993

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Virtua Fighter 1993
Virtua Fighter
Magazine review - Gamestar (1994)
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Magazine review (Edge) 1994

1) Nightwolf personage from Mortal kombat 3 is based on Wolf.
2) Electronic Gaming Monthly hailed Virtua Fighter as a demonstration of "just how far video games have come in the last eight years."
3) Characters could move in three dimensions, and a dynamic camera could zoom, pan, and swoop dramatically around the arena.
4) Some of the Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE) staff involved in the creation of the original PlayStation video game console credit Virtua Fighter as inspiration for the PlayStation's 3D graphics hardware. According to SCE's former producer Ryoji Akagawa and chairman Shigeo Maruyama, the PlayStation was originally being considered as a 2D focused hardware, and it wasn't until the success of Virtua Fighter in the arcades that they decided to design the PlayStation as a 3D focused hardware. Toby Gard also cited Virtua Fighter as an influence on the use of polygon characters, and the creation of Lara Croft, in Tomb Raider.
5) Arcade poster says that Pai is male, not female.

6) Emulated in: MAME (not fully emulated).

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