- First time KOF has appeared on the Wii
- Includes the Orochi Saga trilogy (95-97)
- Unlockable bonus content materials
- The most extensive KOF collection ever with five complete games
List Price: $19.99
King of Fighters Collection: The Orochi Saga Description
The most extensive KOF collection ever with five complete games. The first ever collection of The King of Fighters consisting of 5 complete games: King of Fighters 94, 95, 96, 97, and 98.
Reviews By Anibal : Date February 28, 2009
I am fanatic of the fight games, especially of the King of Fighters, I’m should say to you that this collection is very but very good for those that loved these games, but if you are not, you didn’t possibly like it. The only disadvantage of the game is that this doesn’t have VS mode and it is quite tedious to have to compete with the same team until your competitor defeats you (when you play with another person…).
Reviews By Adyn : Date December 19, 2008
One of the funnest fighting game series ever finally gets a Wii compilation. You get the original (94),the Orochi Saga (95-97), and the saga’s dream match (98). There are challenges that unlock art and both classic and arranged music.
Unlike the PS2 and PSP versions, there is no loading between fights, even in KoF 98. Also the games run smooth as silk, with no lag or slowdown.
Fighting game fans simply can’t go wrong with this compilation.
Reviews By L. LeSueur : Date June 30, 2010
I love retro games. These are the games I grew up with as a kid. Now even as an adult, it’s still fun to go back and play these games and relive memories. In this day of 3D fighters and SSF4, the King of Fighter series from the 90′s still retains its charm and playability. This disc has five KoF games for a bargain rate (especially for those of us who remember what these cost individually in the 90′s). All five games are faithful to the Neo Geo & arcade versions.
For younger gamers who are unfamiliar with the KoF series but are interested in building their fighting games collections, I would recommend starting with KoF ’98. Not only is it visually superior than the others and has more special moves and characters, but the gameplay is the smoothest and most enjoyable out of the series on the disc.
The game is compatible with Wiimote, Classic controller, and GC controller. I recommend using a PS2 controller thru the PS2->Wii/GC adapter.