FX Fighter (also known with the tentative name “Fighting Polygon”) is a 3D fighting video game released for PC in 1995. It was the first realtime 3D fighting game to be developed for the PC. The game was also being developed for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, but eventually only the PC CD-ROM version for MS-DOS was released. The game features 8 different characters, eight different arenas, movie cut-scenes, and 40 attacks per fighter. The player selects a character to face against eight of the best fighters in the universe for a prize consisting of the most powerful weapon in the universe.
A version for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System was previewed in Nintendo Power #69 and relied on the Super FX2 processor to deliver groundbreaking 3D graphics that were otherwise unattainable on 16-bit game platforms at the time. However, the project was canceled prior to release along with Star Fox 2, another Super FX2-powered title for the system. [Info from Wikipedia]
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