Choose between a wrestler, a kick-boxer, and a "third degree black belt", and fight your way to the "ultimate warrior".
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Bill Chase ...
Buzz
Mark Williams ...
Ty
Glenn Fratticelli ...
Kato
John Aguire ...
Executioner
James Thompson ...
Southside Jim
Eddie Venancio ...
Chainman
Miles McGowan ...
Mad Miles
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Heavy Metal
Rich Vargas ...
C.C. Rider
Angela Stellato ...
Angel
Bill McAleenan ...
Masked Warrior
Dianne Bertucci ...
Knife Woman
Milt Loper ...
Knife Man
Tina Scyrater ...
Finale Woman
Maria Lenytzkyj ...
Finale Woman
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Choose between a wrestler, a kick-boxer, and a "third degree black belt", and fight your way to the "ultimate warrior".

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The fighting machine.

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Action

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Unrated

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August 1990 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Pitto Faitâ  »

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The first game to use digitized graphics (i.e. film real actors fighting and composite them into the game). Eventually, it was rivaled by the "Mortal Kombat" franchise. See more »

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Referenced in Board James: Deadly Danger Dungeon (2010) See more »

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endure the Pit
23 April 2013 | by See all my reviews

This was the first video game I played whose characters were computerized version of actual people, bringing an unusually realistic look. Furthering the realism is that game at most doesn't ascribe superhuman traits to its subjects. The only version of reference for me is the one released to video arcades. Players could chose between Buzz, the body builder, Ty, the kick-boxer, and Kato, whose specialty is unclear. The 'points' used in the game are money, with the premise being that each fighter is competing for cash in a no-holds-barred gladiatorial forum. Players must be aware of hostile characters from the crowd who can harm them, and themselves be harmed. Power pills are available in certain rounds to maximize offense. Knives, chairs, and drums are sometimes available. In between fatal competition is a bonus round where the player competes against a mirror of their fighter to win extra money. Damage in the bonus round doesn't affect the life values. The goal of the game is to unseat the Masked Warrior at the end to earn the title of Champion.


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