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KILLER INSTINCT moves from the arcades to the Super NES. You can play as eight different fighters including T.J. Combo, Fulgore, Jago, B. Orchid, Chief Thunder, Spinal, Sabrewulf, and Glacius, each with unique combinations and attacks. When you have picked your preferred gladiator, use the Practice mode and learn how to pull off devastating attacks and combinations. When you want some competition, battle your way through matches that increase in difficulty in the Arcade mode. When your friends start bragging about how good they are, you can make them prove it with the Two-Player mode. Everything you remember about the arcade game has been put in KILLER INSTINCT for the Super NES.
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Number of Players:  2
Publisher:  Midway/Rareware
Developer:  Rare
Console:  Super Nintendo
Genre:  Fighting
Release Date:  August 1, 1995
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review by . November 08, 2009
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Pros: Automatic combo system is fun     Cons: Unoriginal and uninspired, lack of defense may put off genre purists     The Bottom Line: It's killer!     I'm going to begin this review the same way I began my review of Star Fox 64: By saying I thought I knew a comprehensive list of video games produced by legendary designer Shigeru Miyamoto. I really thought I did, but then I learn that he was the head producer of the Super NES version of …
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