SNES Longplay  Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Th...World of Longplays
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Both Power Rangers and fighting games were at
the height of their popularity in 1995, so a Power Rangers
fighting game made sense. The surprise is that the game is
surprisingly solid. The characters are fairly unique, all of
them have super moves (a fairly new feature in fighters at the
time), a unique super bar I haven't seen before or since, and
I believe it's the first fighting game to have a survival
mode (called trial mode here).
In case people don't understand the super meter, I'll explain
it. The meter constantly fills, resets, then fills again.
Performing a special when the meter is full does a stronger
version of the move (think Darkstalkers). Doing three full-
power moves puts the player in super mode. While in super
mode, all moves are full power and the player can use that
character's super move.
For anyone wondering, the secret code mentioned after the
credits allows the player to use Ivan Ooze in vs. mode.
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