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The King of Fighters '99: Millennium Battle is a 1999 head-to-head
fighting game by SNK released for the Neo Geo arcade and home
platform. It is the sixth installment in the company's The King of
Fighters series. The game was ported to the Neo-Geo CD and the
PlayStation as the final KOF game released for both platforms. A
Dreamcast version was also released under the title The King of
Fighters '99 Evolution in which the stages look exactly the same as
compared with the arcade counterpart only to be exclusively, remodeled
into 3D rendered. Both the Neo Geo and Dreamcast versions are included
in The Kings of Fighters NESTS Hen compilation released for the
PlayStation 2 in Japan. The game introduces several changes to the
established KOF format, as well as a new story arc that would later be
dubbed the "NESTS Chronicles".
Instead of the three character teams from previous KOF games, each
team now has four members. Before a match, the player chooses three of
the characters to use in the actual fights, while the fourth member
becomes the designated "Striker", a character the player summons
during battle to help their character out by performing one of their
Special Moves against the opponent. A striker can only be summoned a
limited number of times during a single match, which is determined by
the number of "Strike Bombs" at the bottom of the screen.
The selectable fighting styles, Advance and Extra, from KOF '98 are
gone. Instead, the game has a single playing style modeled after the
Advance mode from the previous game, where the player fills their
power gauge by attacking the opponent or performing special moves.
This time, there are two powered up states the player can choose
during battle depending on the button combination used. Counter Mode
increases the player's offensive strength and allows the player to use
their character's Super Special Move infinitely, as well as combo that
transitions from a Special Move into a Super Special Move by using a
"Super Cancellation Attack" or a "Moving Attack". The other powered up
mode is Armor Mode, which increases the character's defensive
strength, allowing the character to take more damage from the
opponent; however, the player cannot use Super Special Moves during
Armor Mode.
Plot and characters:
Main article: List of The King of Fighters characters
Two years have passed since the last King of Fighters tournament and
nobody has seen Kyo Kusanagi or Iori Yagami since they defeated Orochi
at the climax of the 1997 tournament, but out of the blue, new
invitations are sent out to many characters, inviting them to a brand
new tournament, though this competition is more of a secretive affair
than the ones in '96 and '97. Unlike in previous games of the series,
there are four characters per team instead of three. In total, there
are seven teams, each containing four characters, four Team Edit
characters and a boss.
The increased number of characters per team, as well as the story
element of the missing Kyo and Iori, lead to the reshuffling to the
character roster. K' is introduced as the new protagonist of the game
along with his partner Maxima, who joins forces with Kyo's former
teammates, Benimaru Nikaido and Shingo Yabuki, to form the new Hero
Team. Takuma Sakazaki rejoins the Art of Fighting Team as its fourth
member, while Mai Shiranui finally becomes an official member of the
Fatal Fury Team for the first time in the series. King joins forces
with Blue Mary (formerly with the "'97 Special Team") to form the new
Woman Fighters Team along with Kasumi Todoh (last seen in KOF '96) and
Li Xiangfei (from Real Bout Fatal Fury 2). The other three returning
teams each gained a new member as well: Whip for the Ikari Team, Bao
for the Psycho Soldier Team, and Jhun Hoon for the Korean Team. The
game also introduces two clones of Kyo Kusanagi, Kyo-1 and Kyo-2, as
Team Edit characters based on previous playable incarnations of the
character, while the real Kyo, along with his rival Iori, also
returns, but only as secret playable characters. The antagonist of the
game is Krizalid, a clone of K' employed by NESTS to carry out one of
their nefarious schemes. He is faced in two states: first he appears
with a coat that analyzes an opponent's data, then once he is beaten,
he takes off his coat and increases his strength while having stronger
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