Budokan - The Martial Spirit
Master four martial arts by practicing and learning dozens of elaborate moves. In addition, you must learn how to build up your stamina and how to focus your internal life force-K1. Learn this by practicing by yourself or fight with a computer opponent on the free-spar mat. Get good enough by building up experience to increase your belt color and then take on a master in each of the arts in a head-to-head tournament.
This game is a joke! While I'm sure there is a certain segment that enjoys the rigorous training methods of the martial arts, most gamers I know play games to have fun and get amazed by what the Genesis in particular can do. If that's you, then stay away from Budokan.
I just couldn't get excited about this game. While it is a true simulation, it just isn't fun. The moves are complex and the time required to be a master is too long. If I want to wear a black belt I'll go to Sears and buy one. Waiting in line to pay for it would be more fun than playing this game .
I found this game boring and unexciting, as kung fu games go. It might be authentic, but the simulation of the many moves are animated slowly, and waiting for your character to regain enough strength to strike your opponent is annoying, tedious, and not fun to play.
This game is as hard to play as martial arts are to learn! Karate kids and Bruce Lee wantabee's need only apply! I liked the ride on the bullet train the best!
Processor: PC compatible, P-200
OS: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game Features:Single game mode
Budokan - The Martial Spirit Screenshots
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