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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 / 5 stars February 25, 2011

A few thoughts

Of course, the first thing I want to say is that I really enjoyed the game. It was a lot of fun. It was frustrating sometimes but overall very satisfying to play.

The animation and sound was excellent. Forcing the player to watch the stance of their opponent and learn about their combos was brilliant. It really adds tension to the game.

I will offer my thoughts on some things you may consider if you indulge us and make a sequel.

First, I would have liked to be able to skip the tutorial. I've started several new games and had to sit through it every time.

Next, I am wondering about the level system. Is there a difference between putting points into health and into guard? If damage is subtracted the same between both bars, then it seems like there's no reason to favor health or guard, as they are the same thing. I also didn't like to sacrifice my level points for the combos. I felt like all the combos should be learned separately and kept forever.

I would prefer, I think, to level up damage and defense, in addition to guard. You could also add special skills, like a hint as to where they will strike, the ability to move twice, the ability to suppress the enemy's super gauge, or to enhance your own, to start the match with some of the gauge filled already, or even add different gauges like some of the later street fighter games. You could have another skill that lets you counterattack if you block every strike perfectly with a simple three-strike combo or something.

I think it would be a little more fun if you had some kind of timed bar, so that when you block, you can block perfectly and reduce the damage taken, and the same with the strike. I think it would add a little more variation to the gameplay, and make it feel a little less like a pure numbers game.

Finally, I want to say that your game is a pleasure to play and I hope you work on more of them.

Muja responds:

Wow, what a bunch of good ideas you gave me there!
I'm really grateful, as most of them are ideas that I would most certainly implement in a sequel.

Just to answer your curiosity, it's actually better to level up your guard insted of your health. Your reasoning is indeed correct, but you forgot than when you are hit, you don't just lose your health but also have a little chanche that your body will get injured.

By the way, thank you for your long review! ^_^ Hope to hear from you soon, when my next game comes out!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars February 25, 2011

not for me but good anyway.

the 1 second reaction times makes this an intersting mix. being a n00b at SFII genre i really couldn't predict the attacks very well.

Muja responds:

Well, I guess it might be hard for a total SF noob, but thank you for reviewing anyway! ^_^


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars February 25, 2011

I can dig it mon!

besides a few spelling errors its a really fun flash game rpg. keep this up! make sequels and more crisp animations, show us that you can make even more great stuff to play.

Muja responds:

Thank you for the support, I will surely keep posting more videogames; all I can hope is for me to get better and better at this!


Rated 5 / 5 stars February 25, 2011


this game is wicked i havent really beat akuma or goken there good at blocking but still very gd game =)

Muja responds:

Some of the opponents might be very tough, but not unbeatable! ;)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars February 25, 2011

It's a good game!

Visuals: Very pleasing. Nice pixelated street fighter.
Sound: The music was good. The violin music in the in-between matches sound nice for a while. Then it gets a little annoying.
Plot: Very interesting story! With cool endings. (BTW, how come when I finish the prologue and load my game again it is still if as though I never finished the prologue?)

Bug: Whenever you swap characters, their red bar (or ki) gets replenished to the max. Was this your intention or have you not seen this bug? (I personally used this bug to defeat the two baddest fighters).

Muja responds:

That is not a bug, you're supposed to have the red bar full whenever you swap the fighters, and that's to encourage you to switch them frequently!

I'm really glad you liked my game, thanks for the review!