Rival Schools United by Fate
Rival Schools United By Fate is Capcom's latest 3-D fighting game. Due out the first quarter of 1998, RSUBF is the first game to run on the brand-new Capcom PS-1.5 arcade board. (It's basically an updated version of the original PS arcade board used with Star Gladiator and Street Fighter EX.)
The story of RSUBF goes as such: Near the turn of the century, high school students are being mysteriously kidnapped by an unknown force. Four high schools have to fight it out to solve the mystery. The students must oppose a powerful enemy that even the police can't touch. And so they rise to the occasion to take matters into their own hands.
The gameplay in RSUBF is a combination (so to speak) of other popular Capcom games. The Chain Combos, Supers and Alpha counters (Tardy counters in this game) are straight out of SFA and the Team attacks reek of X-Men vs. SF. Players choose two characters from one of the four high schools, and the characters can be switched between rounds. Some of the characters range from baseball and soccer players to school teachers and a school girl bearing an uncanny resemblance to Sakura from SFA2 and SFEX.
There are 14 selectable characters and all the character artwork has been illustrated by Bengis, Capcom's top staff artist. Look for a PlayStation version of RSUBF sometime in the future.
MANUFACTURER - Capcom
THEME - Fighting
NUMBER OF PLAYERS - 1 or 2
Processor: PC compatible, P-200
OS: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game Features:Single game mode Multiplayer (Hotseat)
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