Sango Fighter Series

Panda Entertainment
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Violent Confusion
Shareware moguls Apogee were apparently planning to release Sango Fighter in the USA with the working title "Violent Vengeance." Strangely, Violent Ve...
Releases
MS-DOS
1993
PC-98
1995
Master System
1997
Semi-legit release (ported by ex-Panda Entertainment employees without rights of the license).
MS-DOS
6/18/2009
Official freeware re-release by Super Fighter Team.
MS-DOS
2/15/2011
Updated version with a new hidden character, among other changes.
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Gameplay
2D Gameplay EX Moves Manual Charging

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Unreleased Sequel
Upon purchasing a registered copy of Sango Fighter, some consumers received a letter proclaiming Panda's partnership with Apogee to produce a 3D sequel. The letter included a request for player-submitted names, as "Sango Fighter 3D" apparently sounded dumb. It is unknown what level of completion this project ultimately reached, but it was never released in any region.

Violent Confusion
Shareware moguls Apogee were apparently planning to release Sango Fighter in the USA with the working title "Violent Vengeance." Strangely, Violent Vengeance is the original title of a completely different DOS fighter, but a former employee has indicated that Apogee's V.V. was in fact Sango.

At any rate, the deal fell through, and Sango Fighter was supposedly published in the US by Accend (strangely enough, the creators of the "real" Violent Vengeance). This version may have been pulled from shelves or not widely distributed.

More common in the US was the Micro Star shareware release, titled "Sango Street Fighter" on the packaging. This disk featured only Guan Yu and Jang Fei. The full version had to be ordered directly from Panda.


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