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Street Fighter LoA

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Feb 20, 2011 | 1:55 PM EST
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At last, I present to you the final, full version of my game, "Street Fighter Legend of Ansatsuken".
Basically, it's a rpg game based on the story of Street Fighter alpha, which revolves around Ryu and Ken's youth.
That's right, in this game you'll play as both Ryu and Ken, the most popular heroes of Capcom's well known Street Figter saga.
The gameplay came out as a mix between Legend of Legaia and the SF fighting games.

For those who don't know, the first time I submitted this game in three parts, because its size was too big to fit in one single submission.

But, thanks to Tom Fulp, I can now submit the whole game, so that you can play it from the beginning to the end. That's right, the end.
Obviously, the final filesize is pretty big, so please have patience while it loads.

By the way, I removed part 2 from Newgrounds. Part 1, instead, is still online (only because it seems I can't remove it) but I renamed it "DEMO version".

I will mention one last thing: if you defeat Akuma, you get to fight the last, secret match and if you win, you can watch the secret ending.
Good luck with that fight, though, as Akuma is one pretty strong badass.

What else is there to say? Please play my game and review, I hope you'll like it! ^_^



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Not a bad game. I like Street Fighter, but tend to suck at fighting games, so it's nice to see a turn-based strategy game for Street Fighter Fans. That said, Akuma is absurdly powerful and I have no illusions that I will beat him, even on easy. Dude's straight-up broken. XD

The fact that you can't level grind by repeating the same matches is sort of double-edged for me; on one hand, it means I don't have to spend hours fighting the same boring, easy matches to get enough exp to take down the big boss. On the other, it means I WILL NOT BEAT AKUMA, EVER, AND SCREW ME FOR TRYING.

My biggest complaint is that only Ryu and Ken are playable. Don't get me wrong, Ryu's damn badass, but Ken is just about my least favorite SF character ever, mostly because he inevitably feels like a Ryu-clone. Would have much preferred having Chun Li, Cammy, Dhalsim or Blanka... maybe we'll get to use them in the sequel? :D

Muja responds:

Thanks for all the compliment! I'll answer to all your "questions".

Akuma IS insanely powerful. That's what his character is all about :D
And I tried to convey that feeling by making him very, very hard to defeat. But not impossible. Someone was able to do it. Let's say you need to put your exp points in the right places... and have a little of luck. But you can do it!
Think of the price: if you can defeat him, you can use Akuma himself in a final battle!!

Which brings us to the playable characters: I wanted to focus the story on the Ansatsuken, the ancient martial art that Ryu and Ken practice, because I thought the story behind it was very interesting.
Ken is not just a "clone" of Ryu, by the way: they're friends, brothers, and rivals. Their relationship is much, much deeper, and I wanted to explore it a bit.

And I wanted to make something GREAT for the sequel, that's for sure, but time passed, my priorities changed, and I don't have the time to work on it anymore - don't think I'll ever will.

It's a pity, but no sequel.
Thank you for playing nonetheless!!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

you could make a new one. called" street fighter: legend of ryu or lor for short

Muja responds:

Ahah you like Ryu, don't you?
However I'm sorry to inform you that I'm not working on a sequel of this game right now, nor I will in the near future.
Thank you for your review!!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

So, I finally completed EVERYTHING in the game (Yes, I mean everything, including Akuma and Gen), and I think what I got out of the experience was more than satisfying. However, I find it funny how I didn't realize the things you can level up aren't permanent until after I started over and got to Akuma again (Taking some advice from one of the people who beat Akuma).

Anyway, I love this game and what it offered. Let's hope you have more in store for something like this. Can't wait to play LoA 2. All in all, this game is great, and I'm glad I found it again.

Muja responds:

First of all, kudos to you for completing the game!
As for the stats, somewhere in the tutorial it is stated that you can always change them between fights. However you can only read the tutorial once in the beginning, so I can understand why you missed that.

A bad new is I'm not working on a sequel to this game anymore. I might use a similar battle system for a future, original game I have in mind. We'll see.
Thank you for your nice review!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great game, but i have a problem with the music overlapping and not stoping. Can you fix this?

Muja responds:

Oh yeah, that's a bug that happens only in the battle with Vega and only if you watched the precedent scene entirely.
To avoid that, SKIP the scene before the battle. That should fix it.

I'd like to fix the bug in person, but I lost the original file of this game, so...

Well, thank you for your review and your compliments!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I beat Akuma the second time I tried, I think a very difficult one is Gen.

Muja responds:

Yeah, Gen is pretty much as strong as Akuma.. But that fight is made easier by the fact you use Akuma himself, so you can't complain! :D

Thank you for your review!