Let me first express my undying love for Sega. They do something that very few companies these days are willing to do: They create. They innovate. Whatever is out there, Sega will almost certainly bring it to a new level, and if there's an unheard-of idea lingering in the back of a programmer's head, they bring it to the forefront as soon as said programmer opens his mouth to express it. While I mourn the death of the mighty Dreamcast-which was the machine that brought video games back from the … more
One of those fighters that are better off forgotten. The game definitely had potential, but with its shaky controls and hit detection along with cheap final boss, Eternal Champions can be a frustrating fighting experience.