If you were born in the 90s, maybe you will remember this row of best fighting arcade game. Not only games on consoles, nostalgia around classic games also applies on arcade platforms or what we used to know as dingdong machines.
A successful gaming platform that draws a lot of school kids’ pocket money may be a game platform. That is so effective thanks to the support of better graphics and a very high level of difficulty playing.
No wonder anyone is tempted to re-enter their coins again shortly after the slogan “please insert coin” sounds. This proves that arcade games do make many people addicted to playing.
Although the era of its glory has been displaced by the existence of the PlayStation rental. But the dingdong still keeps various beautiful memories. Especially for some game titles that were once so popular.
Best Fighting Arcade Game; Street Fighter 2
Without the presence of Street Fighter 2, the fighting game genre might not be as big as what you see now. As an arcade game that was so popular in its time. Street Fighter 2 is arguably the pioneer that inspired the birth of various modern fighting game titles.
Players are treated to a variety of combat characters, depth of play tactics, and challenging stage bonuses. The second iteration of Street Fighter successfully orbits Ryu. Ryu is so popular thanks to the characteristic white karate costume (and headband) he wore.
Not a few teenagers in this era mimic Ryu’s appearance by tying a white cloth around his head. Acting as if releasing the Hadoken style from their hands.
Because at that time the spread of the internet and game information media was not as much as it is now. Eventually many young people mistakenly called Ryu’s Hadoken attack by the name hambuget (or abuget).
The irony is that the name actually expanded to finally inspire the name of the most “radical” gaming community media in Indonesia called Abuget.
1992 marked the emergence of one of the most controversial yet best fighting arcade game series that ever existed in the history of the video game industry, Mortal Kombat. In the heyday of Mortal Kombat, watching a fatality scene was a special performance that was so special in every battle.
Many players are even willing to lose. For the sake of witnessing the scene of fatality from the enemy, because so special the scene. Nowadays, even foam people can easily see all the fatality attacks of characters ranging from the first Mortal Kombat to the most recent.
Mortal Kombat game is actually a game that was inspired by its predecessor, namely Street Fighter. This game is considered as a game that has a high level of violence. You can watch bloodshed in this game.
Mortal Kombat developer, Midway Games, only takes 10 months to complete this game. Although made short, Mortal Kombat managed to become the most popular fighting game even today.
If you’re born in the 90s, you probably remember that there are still many arcade games that are loved by many people. But Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat became the best fighting arcade game even today.