Like most 90s fighting games, it bears a strong resemblance to Street Fighter II in terms of both its style of play and its character roster. There are loads of moves to memorize for each playable character and they are executed by pressing certain combinations of buttons in conjunction with other buttons or with the D-Pad. You’ve got all the standard throws, grabs, projectiles, and whatever else you’ve come to expect from the genre. The controls and execution can be difficult to get used to, but it’s nothing downright horrendous. It’s worth noting that there are only three buttons, unlike other fighters at the time that utilised more complex control systems (what with Street Fighter having a different button for three types of kicks and three types of punches). With a roster of only eight characters, it’s not going to set the world on fire, but it allows for some interesting match-ups nonetheless.