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    Fatal Fury: Wild Ambition

    Game » consists of 2 releases. Released Jan 28, 1999

    The sole 3D entry in SNK's Fatal Fury series of fighting games, loosely re-telling the story of the original Fatal Fury.

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    Fatal Fury: Wild Ambition (known in Japan as Garou Densetsu: Wild Ambition, which is loosely translated to "Legend of the Hungry Wolf: Wild Ambition") is a 3D fighting game developed and released by SNK for arcades (running Hyper Neo Geo 64 hardware) on January 28, 1999.

    The eighth installment of the Fatal Fury series, Wild Ambition brings the series to full 3D (the only game in the series to do so) while loosely re-telling the story of the original game. The series's traditional "dual line" and "oversway" systems are re-tooled into side-stepping (similar to other 3D fighting games at the time), while some new gameplay features are added (such as the risk-reward Heat Gauge system).

    As the only Hyper Neo Geo 64 game to receive a home port, it was later ported to the Sony PlayStation in both Japan (on June 24, 1999) and North America (on November 30, 1999). This version was later digitally re-released on the PlayStation Network (as a PSone Classics title) in Japan on April 25, 2007.


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