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Fatal Fury is based on the the hit video game by the same name. The story centres on 3 fighters, US Streetfighters Terry & Andy Boggart and kickboxer Joe Higashi, They are thrown together to fight Laocorns who uses the Armour of Mars to create god like powers for himself. He is hell bent on world domination and killing our 3 heros! Can they they over come all odds and save the world ? Written by
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Garou Densetsu (***1/2 out of ****) Director: Masami Obari Legendary prize fighter (Terry Bogard) and company are hired by mysterious (and beautiful) young woman to prevent her hot-headed twin brother from capturing the "Armor of Mars" and becoming a god. A stunning portrayel of character emotion that is sparkled to imaginable (if barely credible) vitality. Fine and colorful production designs, unique character development, and director Obari's visual finese (not to mention a story well told) will assist the viewer to look past hokey dialogue and contrivances. Obari's theatrical debut is a spectacular achievement in every way!
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