|AKA:||Versuscity, VS City, Versus, Basasushiti|
|Related Models:||New Versus City|
|Dimensions:||750 (W) x 1834 (D) x 1950 (H) mm|
|Monitor:||Nanao MS9-29A, 9 in, 15/24 kHz|
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Description:The Versus City debuted in 1995, to coincide with the release of competitive fighting games like Virtua Fighter 2. At that time, connecting multiple generic cabinets to each other was a violation of Japan's Radio Law. The Versus City was designed as a workaround to this law. If games supported the function, an electronic bulletin board above the screen would display information about each player's damage and other statistics.
Reviews:I've seen this cabinet, many many times in my home country (Philippines), since my early childhood.
So many good games that are supported on the cabinet given such as Marvel VS. Capcom, Soul Calibur 2 & 3, Rival Schools / Project Justice, Tekken Tag Tournament, Tekken 5 and much more games to mention here.
Very nostalgic as well, as this is so popular outside Japan. Well, if a stranger wanted to play (and then on some circumstances) while you're playing along the way, it might distract your attention or focus on the game (and asking who the heck did that?), but yeah, that's how they'd made in the first place.
10 out of 10 stars - ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Reviewer: Thomas Andre Saldaña Edit
Owner Registry: Wurstkopp.
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