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Hi,
I'm just curious from a completely audio-based perspective, how accessible are the gameplay of the games in the series like The King of Fighters, Art of Fighting, and other fighting games? Also, which one would be a good starting point, as I am still trying to understand how to input special moves (motion is fine, but charge attacks are difficult). Thanks for those who answer.

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I've never actually played one, seen them hanging on racks in this store called EB games that was at my local mall that got enveloped into Gamestop

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Can recommend mutation nation as a stereo side scrolling brawler-type game in the stle of Final Fight.

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Thanks for the answers. From what I just looked up about Mutation Nation, it seems like an interesting game.

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All of those games are playable. Of course, since they were games from the 90s, the audio isn't going to be as detailed as modern games, but if you learn what each of the basic sounds represents, then any of those games can be a good starting point.

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assault_freak

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