Deadly Moves

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Deadly Moves known in Japan as Power Athlete (パワーアスリート), is a fighting game created by Kaneko. One of the many fighting games published in the early 90's to capitalize on the success of Capcom's Street Fighter II, it did not achieve the success of its competition, and was largely ignored by most gamers.

The gameplay is that of a traditional head-to-head fighting game. But unlike most games of its type, the single-player mode is limited to one character, Joe, who is the protagonist of the game. One of the game's most distinctive aspects is an RPG-like system which enables the player to boost Joe's various attributes, such as strength, speed and endurance. Another gimmick is the use of a two-plane fighting area (similar to that of Fatal Fury).

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SEGA Genesis
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Kaneko USA, Ltd.
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System Vision
Deadly Moves - Cover Art Sega Genesis
Also known as: 
"Power Moves" -- SNES title
"Power Athlete" -- Japanese title
"パワーアスリート" -- Japanese spelling

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