Battleblaze by American Sammy is an awesome-looking SNES game set in-a fantasy realm of knights, warriors, ogres, and demons. This cart displays a great-looking fight, and the CPU will chop you down in no time.
The Hero and The Battle
You play as one of 6 warriors against the computer or a friend. Once you make your pick, you take on the remaining five fighters. The combatants feature specialized fighting techniques with Sword,
Lance, Daggers, Mace and vicious Claws.
The cart features two game modes, the Hero and the Battle. The Battle places you in an arena where you pit your skills against all the other characters in a best of two-out-of-three contests. If wanderlust is in your heart, you can play the Hero mode. It takes you on a fighting tour to beat the other warriors on their home turf. You battle for the honor of meeting an evil demon.
Battleblaze is one of the best-looking beat-'em-ups around, and the sound is above average. The cart features some outrageous graphics and animation. Fighting moves are vicious and smooth. The backgrounds are knockouts, and the sprites are extremely well-detailed.
The controls are cunningly cool. Each character has eight to ten different moves, which you can pull using combinations of only two buttons and the directional pad.
ProTip: When a computer player makes a leaping attack, you can always nail him on the way down.
Two-player matches are excellent. This is one of the few fighting games for home systems that lets you block your opponent's attacks. In one-player games, the CPU gives you a workout. It might make mince meat of intermediate fighters.
Battleblaze rewards aggressive behavior against the CPU. Always try to stay on the attack.
Go to Battle
Battleblaze will definitely grab your attention. Hard-core fighters will find the game challenging in single player mode, and it's absolutely great for head-to-head contests versus a friend. If you want this fight, go for Battle-hardened friendships.
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- Manufacturer: American Sammy
- Machine: Super NES
- Difficulty: Easy
- Available: 4th qtr. '92
- No. of Levels: 5
- Theme: Fighting
THE BATTLE BLAZES ON!
In a time when peace prevailed around the world, a land called Virg flourished under the rule of a powerful king. As was the custom, each king was selected at the Tournament of Championships. A zealous demon from the netherworld, desiring to dominate the human world, sent forth five demons to possess these kings. The hero of our story, Kerrel, witnessed his father kill himself to destroy the evil demon within him. Therefore, Kerrel journeyed forth to annihilate the demons within the other kings! Thus, our story begins! Battle Blaze is a one-on-one fighting game with plenty of moves and action to please even the most diehard player! You can choose to play a one player game where you battle the kings, or choose a two player game and pick from six creatures to fight against.
Go forth and avenge your father's death in a blazing battle to the death.
- Manufacturer: American Sammy
- Machine: Super Famicom
For some excellent gladiatorial combat, look no further than Battleblaze for the Super Famicom! You must go one-on-one with some of the best opponents in the land. There is plenty of technique required to play, but this is definitely a hot title for any fighting fan! Battleblaze is on its way!
Virg, a region ruled by an all-powerful king, takes place in a time of Kings and Queens. This action packed single or multi player game leads you into a completely new world, where rulers are selected through a “Tournament of Champions”. This game allows you to use various weapons against your competition and to battle in either a Coliseum or the other option is to go on a crusade to defeat the Dark Lord who resides in a castle in the sky. This Dark Lord has sent five evil spirits to take over the Kings brawling in the tournament. Stopping at nothing to take over, the evil Dark lord wants to rule your father, former King Durill, was able to defeat one of the evil spirits that tried to take over his body. He died from an unknown illness that infected his brain, which took Durill’s life. Kerrel (your character) has promised to annihilate the Dark Lord as revenge for killing his father. Are you up to the challenge of your life, as you try to rid the world of this evil enemy? Released in 1993 by American Sammy, this games' platform is for play on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.