|Kasumi Ninja (Jaguar)|
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|Kasumi Ninja Complete Atari Jaguar Game|
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|Kasumi Ninja (Jaguar, 1994)|
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|Prepare to enter the combat zone with Kasumi Ninja, a 2D fighter from Atari that makes full use of the 64-bit Jaguar system. This is tournament fighting at its goriest - eight fighters from across the globe have gathered to beat the living tar out of each other, and come out victorious! Select from memorable characters such as the nimble ninja Habaki, or the Scottish brawler Angus McGregor, and use a variety of special moves to put the hurt on your enemies. The fatalities in this game are the bloodiest you'll ever see - scalping, dismemberment, and more are brought to gory, vivid life.|
If you're ready for punching, kicking, and bathing in a shower of gore galore, Kasumi Ninja just might be your game.
|ESRB Descriptor||Realistic Blood and Gore, Realistic Violence|
|Number of Players||1-2|
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Kasumi Ninja was released in 1994 exclusively on the Atari Jaguar. In the early 90s when arcades had classics like Mortal Kombat, many other fighting games tried the same formula. This game is similiar with its visual style of blood, gore and death moves/fatalities depicted.
There are 8 playable characters ranging from a kickboxer, Amazon Queen, ninja twins, a DA thug and even a bizarre Scottish brawler who has a special move "Great Balls of Fire" where he shoots a fireball from his kilt. The game could have been ok but its only good with beer for laughs.
Pros: Good graphics and neat backgrounds, Humorous character Angus, It is playable unlike Way of the Warrior
Cons: Poor controls (like Primal Rage you hold a button), No individual character endings, Only 2 playable characters when starting 1 player.
Basically this is a Mortal Kombat rip off for the Atari Jaguar. The thing is, it's so bad it's hilarious. I am a collector and just got a Jaguar off eBay for my store. Surprisingly it worked, so I looked online to see some reviews. In the review I saw a Scotsman wearing a kilt which he lifted up to reveal a fireball. I am not joking. After seeing that, I had to experience this for myself. The controls are terrible and it's just Mortal Kombat for the Jaguar.