The King of Fighters (2002)
Demonstrating that a game shouldn’t be adjusted for it to be agreeable we have The King of Fighters (2002), ostensibly the least adjusted game in the entire arrangement while likewise being one of the most refered to as the “best KoF ever” by fans.
In all actuality, the greater part of us aren’t in-your-face combo-aces with muscles in our thumbs.
It came out during the pinnacle of the establishment’s prominence. Which implies basically everybody into battling games was playing this at that point.
Obviously, it’s not all prevalence and sheer sentimentality esteem.
This game had a lot of things making it work, including a drawing in and simple to get combo framework and, all the more critically, an immense range of 48 characters to pick from.