Budokan: The Martial Spirit

DOS game, 1989

Genre:
Sports
Year:
1989
Developer:
Electronic Arts
Publisher:
Electronic Arts
Perspective:
3rd-person
Theme:
Martial Arts

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This is a game about Asian martial arts. You're a young student who is preparing for the big tournament called Budokan. Choose from 4 martial arts: Karate, Kendo - bamboo sword, Bo - Long stick fighting and Nunchaku - that classic bats with chains. At the tournament you can use each of these styles 4 times to defeat the opponent - that is to ensure that you are gonna use different styles. Enemies in the main event are diverse, and just the curiosity that who will be the next will make you wanna play this game more. Before you head to this tournament, you have the opportunity to train in the shack with teachers or yourself.

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Everyone started somehow. And the same is true for Electronic Arts. Who would have thought that the small company that released the fighting game Budokan in 1989 will one day be a multinational giant corporation. And what exactly is the Budokan?
It's a game about Asian martial arts. You are a young student who is getting ready for a big tournament called Budokan. You have a choice of 4 martial arts. Karate, Kendo - bamboo sword, Bo - Long battle stick and Nunchaku - ie classic clubs with chains. In a Budokan tournament, you can use each of these styles 4 times to beat your opponent to ensure you change styles. The enemies in the main tournament are diverse, and the mere curiosity that who will be next is driving you forward. But before you go to that tournament, you have the opportunity to train in huts with teachers or alone.

Instead of using energy, the game uses stamina (which decreases during exertion and strikes) and Ki, which is something like concentration - the higher, the stronger the strike.

The game really has great graphics at the time. However, the controls are too complicated, so it makes the fight quite frustrating. Which is probably the main burden of this otherwise original game. 

Reviewed by Anonym – 1. april 2014

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