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Fighting Simulator: 2-in-1 Flying Warriors is the first proper fighting game in the "Hiryu no Ken" (Flying Dragon) series (Shanghai Kid, the first game, had no dual player option). The Hiryu no Ken series was very popular in Japan, spanning just a little over a dozen games. Only a handful of releases made it outside of Japan, unfortunately, and the series seems to have died since 2,000. While some of the earlier releases were clunky and slow-paced, some of the later ones started becoming more like mainstream fighters and actually became better games because of it.
Early Hiryu no Ken games also didn't have much of a recurring cast; other than Ryuhi (named Rick Stalker in some Western releases) and his mentors Juan and Gengai, there weren't many characters that made reappearances until the other Flying Warriors were introduced in Hiryu no Ken III. Even then, up until SD Hiryu no Ken, most of the fighting game characters were generic characters with naught more than a name and a martial art.
Fighting Simulator and all related names are a trademark of Culture Brain. The music in the beginning is the Hiryu no Ken theme, specifically taken from the SNES game Ultimate Fighter. Footage was recorded by me using the Visual Boy Advance emulator.
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