[CONSOLE] Nintendo Super Famicom Game
Fighter's History - Mizoguchi Kikiippatsu!! © 1995 Data East Corp.
The game was originally planned as a port of Fighter's History Dynamite for the Super Famicom. There is a new game mode exclusive to this game called 'Mizoguchi', an story mode where Mizoguchi is the protagonist. The story of the single player 'CPU Battle' takes place after the events of Fighter's History Dynamite. In addition to the 'Versus' mode, there is also an 'Extra' mode with the 'Survival' mode of the first SNES release (five-on-five elimination matches), as well as the new 'Tag', and 'Practice' mode. Practice mode features both Free training and Exercise missions.
Only 8 of the 13 fighters from Fighter's History Dynamite return, due to cartridge size restrictions. Ray, Matlok, Samchay, Jean, and Marstorius have been cut from the roster, but still make appearances during the cutscenes of the Mizoguchi mode. Most of the eight fighters have been given new special attacks and slight changes to their outfits. Chelnov is the game's final boss and is playable via a code.
[Super Famicom Controls]
2 Players - 6 Buttons Per Player.
=>[Joystick] 8-Way, [Y] Light Punch [X] Heavy Punch [B] Light Kick [A] Heavy Kick [R] All Four Buttons
Released exclusively in Japan for the Super Famicom in February 17, 1995. The only game in the series released exclusive for the home market.
The title of the game translates to "Fighter's History - Mizoguchi's Moment of Crisis".
The final boss of the game is Chelnov, who joins Karnov as another character from his own game to appear in the Fighter's History series. Chelnov is the protagonist of Data East's arcade game Atomic Runner Chelnov.
Ray, the main character of the first two games, makes an appearance at the beginning of the Mizoguchi mode, confronting Chelnov.
Matlok, the fighting rocker, appears after the second fight of Mizoguchi mode on difficulty level 3.
Samchay, the muay thai kickboxer, appears after the second fight of Mizoguchi mode on difficulty level 4.
Marstorius, the professional wrestler, appears along with his wife after the second fight of Mizoguchi mode on difficulty level 5.
Jean, the gymnast, appears after the fifth fight of Mizoguchi mode to lend Mizoguchi his private plane.
Ox, the bull from Karate Champ, is seen dragging Mizoguchi at the end of the Mizoguchi mode.
Pony Canyon / Scitron released a limited edition soundtrack album for this game (Fighter's History Dynamite NEO-GEO CD & Mizoguchi Kiki Ippatsu!! - PCCB-00182) on May 19, 1995.
Wait for the opening cinematic to finish and the title screen to appear, then enter Down, Down, Up, Up, Right, Left, L, R on controller 1. Mizoguchi's voice is heard, and now Chelnov can be played as in all modes except "Mizoguchi" mode. Chelnov doesn't have any exercise missions.
Hold Start after character selection for Type Edit screen. Hold Start after the match-up screen for Button Config screen.
Each character has 10 costume colors, selected with the Y, X, B, A, and Start buttons. Holding L or R, and pressing either of the five buttons listed above can access more colors.
Tactical Weak Point System returns from the previous game. Knock your opponent's weak spot to dizzy him or her. Here is a list of all weak spot positions for each character:
Mizoguchi : headband
Yungmie : waistband
Lee : knees
Zazie : headband
Feilin : breastplate
Ryoko : headband
Clown : mask
Karnov : necklace
Chelnov : visor
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