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== General ==
 
== General ==
The game is a simple port of ''The King of Fighters '95'', with 8 playable characters, unusually set up in several different teams of 3 combinations. About half the roster is missing, which only contains Kyo, Mai, Ralf, Clark, Choi, Chin, Andy and Robert
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The game is a simple port of ''The King of Fighters '95'', with 9 playable characters, unusually set up in several different teams of 3 combinations. About half the roster is missing, which only contains Kyo, Mai, Ralf, Clark, Choi, Chin, Andy, Robert and Eiji
   
 
== Versions ==
 
== Versions ==

Revision as of 18:16, April 18, 2018

The King of Fighters '97
Rexsoft
The King of Fighters '97's title screen.
Publisher Rex Soft
Developer Rex Soft
Console Famicom
Date 1997
Sound engine NTDEC/Asder
Alternate names/hacks The King of Fighters '98, The King of Fighters '99

The King of Fighters '97 is an unlicensed port of The King of Fighters '95, made for the NES by Rex Soft in 1997.

General

The game is a simple port of The King of Fighters '95, with 9 playable characters, unusually set up in several different teams of 3 combinations. About half the roster is missing, which only contains Kyo, Mai, Ralf, Clark, Choi, Chin, Andy, Robert and Eiji. 

Versions

Kof

The King of Fighters '99's title screen.

There are two major revisions of this game; one contains a final boss and ending, while the other is missing both and just loops infinitely. There are also two hacks of this game, called The King of Fighters 98 and The King of Fighters 99; each replaces the 7 in the title screen with a crudely drawn 8 or 9, and updates "Announcing the 1997 King of Fighters tournaments" in the intro to contain its respective year.

Trivia

  • Unusually, there is a "TM" next to the KoF '97 logo.
  • This game is sometimes known as "Colour 2001 Streetfighter II" based on a cartridge label found on an NT release.
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