Dual Heroes

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Dual Heroes
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Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
Hudson Soft
Electro Brain
Fighting
64-megabit cartridge
Nintendo 64
Retail Features
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Ratings
This title has been rated T by the ESRB
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
Nintendo 64
October 311998
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"Virtual Gamers Challenge You In a Hot Battle! Train your own Robot! Cool Heroes battle it out using Combo attacks in 3D space! Excited battle against the CPU Gamers with personality! Train your Robot and have it fight in the auto-battle! Give it all you got to win a Medal!" - The Back of the Box

Dual Heroes is a fighting game out of Japan that prompted IGN to call it "Japan's worst". The game suffers from a superfluos yet complicated & long plot involving tectonic plates, poor AI, bad controls, and character designs taken from Power Rangers. There are two modes unique to the game: Virtual Gamers and training a robot. Virtual Gamers are basically AI programmed to use very specific strategies, giving them strengths and weaknesses. Robot training involves you beating on a robot, and causing it to learn fighting styles and copy them for use against other opponents. It is similar to the customizable AI in Virtua Fighter 2 for the Sega Saturn. Multiplayer is limited to 2 people.

there are 12 dual heroes

Gai

Gun

Hana

Hoe

Juie

Retsu

Kumo

Zen

Ray

Gyn

Zorr

Gezorr