My days back when I was 13/14 years old were days spent playing this game called Killer Instinct for the SNES. It was 1995, and they released this gem of a game for the Super Nintendo that redefined for me what a fighting game would play and look like on my trusty SNES. Killer Instinct, ... Read review
Let your body talk,
To the killer groove.”
I am in the centre of the dance floor, my legs a whirlwind of intricately choreographed steps, my arms a controlled flailing of swaying motions. A group of sexy blonde girls in knee-high boots, short denim skirts and crop tops begin to walk around me, surrounding me as if they worshipped me as a dancing God, or an artistically moving charismatic demon. They start to dance around me, gyrating themselves ..."
Ciao members have rated this review on average: exceptional
Characters, Graphics (for the time), Leader-boards, Music, Difficulty
Combo Breakers, Eyedol, Difficulty
"...I wet myself in excitement. Killer Instinct was originally an arcade only game, where you'd use the retro joysticks and bash away at the buttons - which is pretty much what the game is about for beginners as mashing the controller can prove fruitful during early fights on low difficulties. Of course, veteran gamers will no better or even frown upon such insolence! With a wealth of varying characters and button combinations to train up on, KI is worth ..."
Ciao members have rated this review on average: very helpful