As we can read on giantbomb.com, FX Fighter is a cancelled fighting game, used to promote the PC-FX and it’s graphical capabilities. A demo was shown at the Tokyo Toy Show in 1994. The game was a 1-on-1 3D fighter which used FMV to represent the characters movement. The game was cancelled halfway through development with only 3 or 4 characters done because the sheer size of the FMVs needed to complete the game exceeded the capacity of a single CD.
You can watch a couple of videos below, one taken from a promotional video made by NEC to promote the then brand-new system (shared by Dosunceste), another from AssemblerEx YT Channel.
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Canceled is an overstatement. If I remember correctly, I played at least a demo of this game on PC!
Sorry… wrong game^^ I played AN FX Fighter on pc^^ not this one!
i have the game when i was kid 14 years ago i bought in a magazine
You probably have the PC game by Argonaut ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FX_Fighter ), but FX Fighter for PCFX was a different project.