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    Twin Goddesses

    Game » consists of 0 releases. Released Dec 22, 1994

    An obscure fighting game for the PlayStation (and the first fighting game released for that system) that features a bizarre mix of digitized actors (similar to Mortal Kombat) and hand-drawn anime-style sprites.

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    Twin Goddesses is a 2D high-fantasy fighting game developed and published by PolyGram for the Sony PlayStation exclusively in Japan on December 22, 1994.

    The first fighting game released for the PS1, Twin Goddesses features a mix of digitized actors (for the main characters) and hand-drawn anime-style art (for the backgrounds and other fighters). It also features an RPG-style item system, where players can buy special items pre-match using gold.

    The game's plot is set in the fantasy world of LOVERADIANT, where the evil witch Carmilla and her five henchmen has taken over the castle of the King, bringing the whole land into darkness. It's up to the slain King's two twin daughters (Nina and Syllin) to put an end to Carmilla's reign.

    Characters

    The game includes eight total characters, all of whom are playable in VS Battle mode. Most characters are rendered as hand-drawn anime-style art, while the main characters (protagonists Nina and Syllin and antagonist Carmilla) are digitized actors.

    • Nina (also playable in Legend Battle mode)
    • Syllin (also playable in Legend Battle mode)
    • Fatman
    • Ghom
    • Goldrush
    • Jinny
    • Red Dawn
    • Carmilla (final boss)
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