Byline: Bruno-Dieter Chan
Hell hath no fury like smoking hot anime babes scorned, writes Bruno-Dieter Chan FIGHTING games have been around for a long time. The first most insanely popular one in the arcades was a Capcom produced Street Fighter, which spawned many sequels and spin-offs.
Capcom arch nemesis Neo Geo, however, had its own brand of fighting games that became equally popular and at times, were even more popular than Capcom's.
While Capcom focused on a more accessible style of play that allowed new players to easily master their games, it sacrificed the game fighting engine ability to allow complex interceptions and counter moves. Neo Geo went the …