LOCR Producer: Burning Fight is in no way an original idea. Burning Fight seems to have been developed as a 'quick win'; a formula that was selling well and something the Neo Geo desperately needed. Unfortunately, the premium price and quality of the console made Burning Fight a bitter pill to swallow at the time. I get the feeling Burning Fight still has a lot of negative stigma attached to it but after seeing so many beat 'em ups modeled after the same games (Double Dragon, Final Fight, Streets of Rage), it's a little refreshing to play Burning Fight, which borrows so heavily from all those games, but made no effort to conceal or be drastically different. I found Burning Fight fun, it looks great, there's nothing outstanding but at the same time, nothing that outright fails.
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