Garou Densetsu - Shukumei no Tatakai [Model SHVC-GN]

The Super Famicom Game by Takara Co., Ltd.

Garou Densetsu - Shukumei no Tatakai [Model SHVC-GN] screenshot


Emulated in MAME ! [Console] Super Famicom Game

Garou Densetsu - Shukumei no Tatakai © 1992 Takara.

The King of Fighters tournament is not for the weak. Choose among 3 strong and powerful fighters - defeat all comers and take home the championship. As Joe Higashi, Terry or Andy Bogard, it's your mission to defeat the evil and sinister Geese Howard - who holds all of Southtown City in his grasp. Use your special skills and lightning fast reflexes to advance through the many stages of City Streets.

Featuring hard-hitting graphics, animation, and sound effects, dozens of special moves to use against your opponents, 8 locations to battle including time of day changes, Champion Battle (for 1 player) and Street Fight (for 2 players).

Along with mighty skills and magical powers, you have a true heart and the power of good at your side. Strike hard until all have been defeated. For only through fierce combat can you be crowned the King of Fighters.


[Model SHVC-GN]


Garou Densetsu for SFC was released one year after the original on November 27, 1992 in Japan.

This version discards the two-lane system and uses only one plane for battle.

The two-on-one battles are gone in this version. The arm wrestling bonus stage was also replaced by a new game where players punch or kick falling tires on the beach.

The Street Fight mode allowed players to select the same character (Terry Vs. Terry, Andy Vs. Andy, Joe Vs. Joe). Player 2's character always has an alternate color scheme for their character even if they are not fighting the same character. The second player could also select any of the enemy characters, including the final boss Geese Howard.


In Street Fight (1P VS 2P), press Down on controller 2 when player 2 is going to select a character. A new screen that lists each of the enemy characters will appear to be chosen for play.

See Goodies section.
Game's ROM.

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