Jackie Chan in Fists of Fire - Cheng Long Densetsu © 1995 Kaneko Company, Limited.
Features digitized fighters, the bosses are 3 different versions of Jackie Chan. Pretty funny game, responsive controls, a bit of Jackie 'engrish', loads of little videos and funny stuff.
Main CPU : (2x) Motorola 68000 (@ 16 Mhz)
Sound Chips : Yamaha YMZ280B (@ 14.3182 Mhz)
Players : 2
Control : 8-way joystick
Buttons : 4
Jackie Chan in Fists of Fire was released in October 1995 in Japan.
The subtitle translates from Japanese as 'Cheng Long Legend'.
One of Jackie Chan's early stage names was "Sing Lung", which can also be read as 'Cheng Long', which literally means 'become the dragon'. This was done to promote him as a new Bruce Lee type of figure in Chinese cinema, with Bruce Lee being known as Lei Siu-lung which means 'Little Dragon'.
This game is also known as "Jackie Chan - The Kung-Fu Master".
Funnily enough, such a rare and unknown game is VERY WELL protected, some say the protection in this game is worse than the one found in CPS2 boards. Recommended to collectors who want an unique game in their collection that plays well and has a nice display value, since almost nobody knows this little jewel.
Jackie Chan (born Chan Kong Sang; April 7, 1954) is a Chinese actor, action choreographer, film director, producer, martial artist, comedian, screenwriter, singer and stunt performer.
Producer: Jackie Chan
Director: Masahiro Kawakami
Programmer: Masahiro Honma
Art Director: Masahiro Kawakami
Design: Takamitsu Nemoto, Tatsuya Yosikawa, Hideo Osawa, Fusayuki Watariguchi, Naoko Kobayasi
Sound: Tatsuya Watanabe, Kaoru Yasuda
Hardware: Noboru Kouno, Masahiko Moriya
Thorsten: Thorsten Nickel
Sam: Sam Wong
Kim-Maree: Kim-Maree Penn
Yeung: Yeung Ching-Ching
Mysterious Lion: Sam Wong