This is one of the most Engrish things I've ever seen
|Magical Man from Happy-Land |
Japanese-English translators must have been very expensive in the 90's
Is his name Bat Blue or Bad Blue? The game couldn't decide.
And I think BOGODOON GOGOON is going to be my new sound effect for beating people up.
"reckless drivers, pearl divers, sandwich makers, tenement sweepers, deep fryers, and polaks."
|a flaming monkey |
This game was impossible, the enemy would hit you even if you weren't on the same plane as them. Periodically, a deranged woman with a knife would step into the arena and randomly shank the combatants.
|Dr. Lobotomy |
I'd beat up reckless drivers and general business men too if it meant I'd be dubbed "No.1 Quarreler".
Have to admit that a fighting a fucking tiger as a bonus stage is infinitely more bad ass than all those bricks, barrels, cars and whatever other crap other fighting games had you break.
Also, does the announcer say: "Fright!"?
I don't think "star dust punch" sound very threatening. Maybe it makes a BOGODOON *BLING* sound when it contacts
I have seen heaven, and it is 1950s America.
|Caminante Nocturno |
First Rule of Violence Fight: Never stop bouncing up and down.
|j lzrd / swift idiot |
I didn't know the 1950s were so dangerous. I had the opposite impression.
In the bonus stage, you fight.....A FUCKING TIGER??
There's very little I wouldn't do for the mantle of "No. 1 Quarreler".
Bat Blue was born in 1938 which puts him somewhere between 12 and 17.
|Testicles of Doom |
An awful lot of mullets for the 1950s.
As opposed to its less intense prequel, Peaceful Fight, which was just confusing.
I hope to one day be able to say that I bogooned Lick Joe.
Also you know it's 1950's America when a man named Lei Chen wearing a Kung Fu sash is quite obviously portrayed by a white man.
|Steve Airport |
What the hell kind of bonus stage is this??
"Mafia, reckless drivers, and general businessmen."
Which is on par with:
"Terrorist hijak airliner. Some American are on plane."
Though I forget which game that was from.
Adam Carolla mentioned this game in the famous clip where LoveLine got All Your Base'd. I thought he was making it up.
I was also pleasantly pleased to find that a copy of Taito Arcade Classics I got included this game. It is horrible.
|Big Beef Burritos Supreme |
The tiger is a stroke of genius
"Oh not the jeeps no Bat we ain't goin' that route please"
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