Virtua Fighter Remix
I really don't know how this will be received by players. Why didn't they focus on the much better VF2 instead ot rehashing the original? The visuals and gameplay have been tweaked a bit here. Although it's enough of a difference--that if you see them side by side--you'll see that Remix is better. It's still just the same game, though. If you love Vidua Fighter, you'll probably chuck out your old disc in favor of this one. It's cool, but more of the same.
If you're a huge Virtua fan, then Remix may be the game for you. On the other hand, the only noticeable changes in the game are the graphics. A lot of the glitches that plagued the earlier version of VR have been fixed. Texture mapping was used to make the overall game have a cleaner look to it. and the players have gone through a noticeable size increase. If you do not already own VF, then Remix is the definite choice, but if you do, it's just more of the same.
The first thing I noticed about this game was the redrawn caricatures of the fighters. Upon further pfaying the game, I noticed the fighters are all revamped with more body detail (not just plain polygons anymore) and redone music. Other than those changes everything is the same; the moves can be pulled off the same and stages have not changed. Don't get me wrong, I like the game, but it is just a rehash of the original Virtua Fighter.
Not being a big fan of the original Virtua Fighter, I must admit that I wasn't very excited to get my hands on the remix, but after seeing the excellent graphics that increased tenfold over the first VF, I quickfy became a loyal follower. The only negatives I found were the floating jumps and consistent falling (or being pushed) out of the ring. Compare it to mold or whatever you like, the VF Remix will definitely grow on you. It is the best game you can get for its nonexistent price.
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)