DOS – 1990
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|Dosbox support||Supported on 0.58|
|Theme||Fighting, Martial Arts|
|Perspective||Side view, Fixed / Flip-screen|
|Released in||France, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom|
|Developer||Coktel Vision, MDO|
Description of No Exit
No Exit is an oldie beat’em up by French developer Tomahawk (later Coktel Vision). While it doesn’t offer much long-term play value, it’s still quite an interesting karate game that stands out from other games with very weird background graphics and sounds. Press UP for a surprise. 🙂 RIGHT-SHIFT is the fire key. If you like games such as Budokan, No Exit is worth a look, although the Oriental motif is just that– a motif, without real impact on gameplay. Blocky characters and limited range of moves condemn the game to the marginal underdog status. If you’re serious about fighting games, pass this one by. Only fans of Coktel’s unique and wonderfully weird sense of humor and graphics should try No Exit.
Review By HOTUD
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