Groove on Fight: Gōketsuji Ichizoku 3 Reviews (SEGA Saturn)

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GameSpot (Jul 03, 1997)
While not the most original fighter in the world, Groove On Fight does what it does within the 2-D genre very well. Its hand-drawn graphics are fantastic (though the character animations are admittedly not quite cutting-edge) and its soundtrack, which ranges from 1920s tunes to hip-hop, is excellent. The gameplay is fast and furious, and while not incredibly hard to beat, the title shines in two-player mode, requiring constant revisits. Also, a nice little added touch is the ability to view early sketches and production art for each character after said character has been used to beat the game. All these factors combine together to make Groove On Fight a pretty appealing title.