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Amiga Longplay Pit Fighter

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Uploaded on Aug 16, 2011

http://www.recordedamigagames.org

Played by: Ironclaw

Game release year: 1991

The controls are horrible and the difficulty is INSANE! I could very well be the FIRST one to complete the Amiga version without the use of cheat codes or trainers (was almost impossible with save states)

Unlike the arcade version, the Amiga version only has one fire button, so to keep all the moves and stuff they had to make do with just one button (some Amiga games supports 2 buttons though). I bet it's easy to jump in the arcade version, but in this version you have to hold down+fire, release fire and press up... bleh. Sometimes I'm all over the place trying to pull off the moves I want. Sometimes he won't turn around so I kick/punch in the wrong direction, that's because I have to let go of everything first and wait like 0.5 sec before turning, or he keeps hitting the wrong direction.

This game has been ported to many other systems, and the Amiga version isn't the worst of them. Like always, the Amiga version has the better music.

I chose to play as Ty because he's the weakest one (imo). My fav though is Kato, and the easiest one to complete the game with is Buzz (imo). I usually pick the weaker character in my longplays, like in my Elfmania and Dune II longplays.

Luckily I found some cheating tactics to take down some of the enemies. Some can't be thrown which makes it alot harder. At match 10 when I met TWO of the non-throwing kind I didn't think I was gonna make it, but I found yet another trick, to sit at the bottom and let them take out each other! I didn't practise before playing, so I was a bit noob in the beginning. At the end of the game with my new skills and tricks I came up with, I could have gotten to the last boss with all 3 lives if I played again (would of course be hard again though, but way less save states would be needed)

I could have adjusted the speed of the game to any speed I like, but considering how hard the game is, I didn't wanna risk a game crash, so I went with standard A500 speed.

Didn't bother HD-fying this longplay (like I usually do with all my videos) cuz it looks crap anyway (except the intro)...... and, I let the into loop twice (for the music, but of course the music is way longer than that anyway).

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