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saga Virtua Fighter 2 for pc for only 0.29.p in store at toysrus

£0.29 @ Toys R Us
toysrus old kent rd london had about 50 of these on the self maybe more at 0.29p now i know its not new but 29 pence is cheap do not know if this was a local offer so best check or get down to old ken… Read More
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toysrus old kent rd london had about 50 of these on the self maybe more at 0.29p now i know its not new but 29 pence is cheap do not know if this was a local offer so best check or get down to old kent rd toysrus.
GameSpot Score
8.1
great Virtua Fighter 2 is unquestionably the best fighting game on the PC, and certainly one of the finest fighting games of all time.
Gameplay 9 Graphics 7 Sound 6 Value 7 Tilt 9 Difficulty: Hard
Learning Curve: About a half hour
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#1
haha..."saga"

no wonder it's old!!!!
#2
Its well old but anybody wanting to play a retro game for 29 pence you cannot go wrong.
#3
you'll be lucky if this works on vista mind
#4
Dont think it even works on xp.
#5
aceshigh
Dont think it even works on xp.


it might work on my spectrum 128k.... :p
#6
aceshigh
Dont think it even works on xp.
works on xp

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Infinity-Virtua-Fighter-2-PC/dp/B000OA5IKS
#7
Save yourself 29p and buy some chewing gum instead. This game is sooooo outdated now. Cold.
#8
FunkiestMonkey
Save yourself 29p and buy some chewing gum instead. This game is sooooo outdated now. Cold.


Yes we know its outdated but its retro thats why you can download retro games from the wii and xbox etc lots of people still play these games. 29 pence and you are voting cold you could just use the case for a old game or dvd or use it as a door stop and it would still be cheap.
#9
It's not even worth bothering to put the effort in to try and play this game on a PC. You'll give up within 30 seconds, trust me.
#10
I bet in about 30 seconds I could have this downloaded or play this on-line for "free"...
#11
jonny1_rfc
I bet in about 30 seconds I could have this downloaded or play this on-line for "free"...


Yup, but it'd still be a bag of horseshit :p
#12
I have this game already. I can't seem to use USB devices to control it so you're stuck with keyboard unless you have whatever passed for a joystick when this came out and the appropriate port. What is it? Parallel port or something? Don't bother, waste of 29p.
#13
LOVE this game.
#14
no way, good buy this is, thumb up from me.
#15
Cant believe some of the morons in this thread! this game was one of the first fighting games to bring 3d to the scene and real skilled players! (Tetsujin champ anyone?) unlike tekken even a noob could whip your ass but a real pro could demolish anyone and everyone this was one of the first games that clearly showed that the time between frames mattered in winning or losing plus the combos where hard to pull off!

Going to pop down tommorow and have a look see hopefully they have a copy or two left as said earlier I could easily warez this but for 29p? cmon!!!!!
#16
I think it's actually a DOS app if I remember correctly, I love the console version but I couldn't really get into it on the PC, I think the most fun I ever had is when me and a friend realised that the maps were just editable bmp files so we drew some rather immature pictures on a couple of them.

It's still a classic though.
#17
Mo786
Cant believe some of the morons in this thread! this game was one of the first fighting games to bring 3d to the scene and real skilled players! (Tetsujin champ anyone?) unlike tekken even a noob could whip your ass but a real pro could demolish anyone and everyone this was one of the first games that clearly showed that the time between frames mattered in winning or losing plus the combos where hard to pull off!

Going to pop down tommorow and have a look see hopefully they have a copy or two left as said earlier I could easily warez this but for 29p? cmon!!!!!


How is it up on there on your Soapbox?
#18
I've just downloaded the demo and it flaming flied with the download speed. Thank god we moved to virgin media. (We used to be with orange and they were ****)

Now to ssee the game! lol
#19
Cheap!
Before they bulldozed my local Toysrus, I noticed they had about eighty Atari Lynx rechargable battery packs on the shelf- they do seem to buy in some utterly random old stock!
#20
h'mmm pretty funny changing the images. I changed the sega logo to seiga is gay. lol. Not Really -Sega your great...ish
#21
Sega pwns. This game was one of the best on the Saturn, along with Sega Rally. Brings back childhood memories. I got it on the PC a while back, and it just seems *****. I might get a Saturn sometime to see if it plays as well as remember on that. I totally don't remember it being as polygon-ated as it looks these days. It's so weird.

Like that guy above alluded to: this fighter actually rewards skill and practice (not that I have or did any) rather than button-mashing. It's really frustrating when you get whipped by that drunk guy (and I don't mean your Dad).

Might pick this badger up some time. Or not. Voted hot.
#22
Sega means ******* in spanish- you prob know that already
#23
Kaprikawn
I have this game already. I can't seem to use USB devices to control it so you're stuck with keyboard unless you have whatever passed for a joystick when this came out and the appropriate port. What is it? Parallel port or something? Don't bother, waste of 29p.


Think parallel ports were for printers and serial ports for the old school pads. *shrugs*

Voted hot as its only pence for a game that was prob once £20+ :)
#24
Mo786
Cant believe some of the morons in this thread! this game was one of the first fighting games to bring 3d to the scene and real skilled players! (Tetsujin champ anyone?) unlike tekken even a noob could whip your ass but a real pro could demolish anyone and everyone this was one of the first games that clearly showed that the time between frames mattered in winning or losing plus the combos where hard to pull off!

Going to pop down tommorow and have a look see hopefully they have a copy or two left as said earlier I could easily warez this but for 29p? cmon!!!!!


I actually bought this game for £1.99 about 5 years ago from Comet to play on my Pentium 2 with a proper controller. Ok game, but Tekken is a level beyond. I don't liek Virtua Fighter because there is no real engagement with the characters. Think of it like this: FIFA08 and Virtua Fighter are easier to get into because they are of limited lifespan and playability. But Tekken is liek Pro Evo - you can play straight away but you cannot get good without practice. But after the learnign curve, infinite possibilities await!

So due to the fact this game is a crock of sh*t and I bought for £1.99 years ago, I wish I coudl vote cold again!
#25
If you dont like this game then dont bother commenting, no1 is forceing you to comment. If i could vote hot agian i would.
#26
FunkiestMonkey
I actually bought this game for £1.99 about 5 years ago from Comet to play on my Pentium 2 with a proper controller. Ok game, but Tekken is a level beyond. I don't liek Virtua Fighter because there is no real engagement with the characters. Think of it like this: FIFA08 and Virtua Fighter are easier to get into because they are of limited lifespan and playability. But Tekken is liek Pro Evo - you can play straight away but you cannot get good without practice. But after the learnign curve, infinite possibilities await!

So due to the fact this game is a crock of sh*t and I bought for £1.99 years ago, I wish I coudl vote cold again!

But you cannot vote again and i doubt your 18 post count will make any difference to the heat what do you want for 29p :whistling:
#27
I'm surprised they kept the game for so long.
#28
Abvance
I'm surprised they kept the game for so long.


They had no choice, it wouldn't sell.

And to others, I can make bad comments abotu this game if I wish. It's my honest opinion based on personal experience so my view is as valid as anyone's. Please don't take my bad commetns personally, I am dissing the game, not your opinions.
#29
can someone buy me one

i loved those games
#30
FunkiestMonkey
I actually bought this game for £1.99 about 5 years ago from Comet to play on my Pentium 2 with a proper controller. Ok game, but Tekken is a level beyond. I don't liek Virtua Fighter because there is no real engagement with the characters. Think of it like this: FIFA08 and Virtua Fighter are easier to get into because they are of limited lifespan and playability. But Tekken is liek Pro Evo - you can play straight away but you cannot get good without practice. But after the learnign curve, infinite possibilities await!

So due to the fact this game is a crock of sh*t and I bought for £1.99 years ago, I wish I coudl vote cold again!


Sorry but I disagree I've played all tekken 1-5 and VF 1-5 and I can say that VF requires more skill and reaction speed ever tried to pull off a juggle in VF? its alot harder than you think, the biggest difference in both games is that in Tekken its easier to predict how a character is going to be played and it becomes a dash in dash out match when playing against a proper human player however in VF the AI is pretty much poor but try playing against a human player it becomes a entirely new game playing against a newb is tough because they are too unpredictable.

Oh and your a moron for voting cold on something thats 0.29p! twenty nine pence for god sake! whats wrong with some people!??!?!? your voting on the deal not the product remember :x


Wintersun
How is it up on there on your Soapbox?


And in closing

Your a Moron, thanks for stopping by the next train to Moronville leaves in 5 ta ta.
banned#31
I love this game~

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