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Samurai Shodown IV - Amakusa's Revenge / Samurai Spirits - Amakusa Kourin) - MAME

Samurai Shodown IV - Amakusa's Revenge / Samurai Spirits - Amakusa Kourin)  - MAME
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NOTICE !!! All games on this web site I am testing by myself and all are fully functional, but provided only if you use our emulator and our game !!! Emulator and games are specially designed to work properly. Not like the other web sites that offer thousands dysfunctional games, which I personally just as surely as you hate. YOU ALWAYS MUST !!! 1 step: Download the game and add game to the folder "roms", 2 step: In runnig emulator mame32 to press "F5" for refresh games list !!! 3 step: Use only our specially designed emulator MAME with our games. I will be very happy if the Games will post comments. A't it will be a commentary on the game or our website. I wish you much fun. Your Gbit

Description of Samurai Shodown IV - Amakusa's Revenge / Samurai Spirits - Amakusa Kourin) - MAME

This game Samurai Shodown IV - Amakusa's Revenge / Samurai Spirits - Amakusa Kourin) - MAME working perfectly with emulator version mame64ui, you can download on this web site.

First of all, let me put this straight: I love Samurai Showdown. I really love it – the gameplay, the characters, settings, the visuals, everything. Now, I might be bad at fighting games—really, I suck a major deal in these—but there are some games in the genre, that I’ll always like to play every now and then nevertheless, and Samurai Showdown is definitely one of those. Samurai Showdown IV, being the fourth installment in SNK’s fighting game franchise, continues in telling the story of the first three games, chronologically and plotwise latching between the second and the third game. It would take a long long long time to write down the complete storyline here, but I’ll try to do a simple outline of the thing. Samurai Showdown is essentially all set in late 18th century Japan. After a rebel priest Amakusa Shiro Tokisada allies himself with a demonic entity from a mystical realm called Makai, all hell breaks lose, and more and more demons try to gain a material form in our world. Their transgressions into our reality wreak havoc all over the world, and brave warriors from around the globe must gather to put an end to it all. Now, that’s where you—the player—come in. You choose one of the eighteen playable characters and make your way through the desolated country, battling other warriors (don’t ask me why, let’s just say that the characters don’t like each other too much), until eventually confronting the evil half of Aku Amakusa, the servant of one of the demonic entities, Ambrosia. After you pick your character, the game will let you to choose one of the character’s alter-egos: good ‘Slash’/’Shura’ (named after Japanese god of war) and bad ‘Bust’/’Rasetsu’ (named after a Japanese demon). These have both slightly different movesets and visuals (for example, bust version of Nakoruru has a wolf named Shikuru, instead of a falcon as her slash variant). Then you can select the difficulty level and either start playing straight away or choose to play a 2-player game, in which case it’s player-2’s turn to pick their character. As to the gameplay, Samurai Showdown is pretty much a prototypical fighting game, something between the Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat. The characters are controlled with an 8-way joystick (arrow keys, d-pad, analog stick, whatever) and four (A, B, C and D; MAME 1, 2, 3 and 4 respectively) buttons/keys. First three buttons are for performing a slash (A for light, B for medium and C for hard slash). The fourth button is then for kick. Now, the game will give you some instructions as to how to play it before you actually start playing, but that’s only a tip of the proverbial iceberg. You see, each character has a unique set of moves and combos and those have to be learned either the hard way—the try and error way—or by studying the appropriate wiki page. By blocking attacks and taking damage, the characters charge their POW bar at the bottom of the screen. Once the bar is all full, a powerful joystick-directed attack can be unleashed by pressing all four buttons at the same time. All and all, if you like fighting games—and even if you don’t—give Samurai Showdown definitely a shot. The visuals, as well as sounds and the music, are state-of-the-art for 1996. The characters are well and cleverly designed, and if you have a thing for history, the 18th century Japan setting will definitely touch your heart. Just… hit that download button above ↑↑↑ and try it yourself, you won’t regret a thing, believe me.

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