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| image = [[Image:KillerInstinctGold.jpg|230px|center]]
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| name = Killer Instinct Gold
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| image = [[Image:KillerInstinctGold.jpg|230x230px]]
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| developer = [[Rare]]
 
| developer = [[Rare]]
 
| publisher = [[Nintendo]]
 
| publisher = [[Nintendo]]
| released = [[Image:America.gif|15px]] November 25, [[1996]]
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| released = November 25, [[1996]]
| genre = Fighting
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| platform = [[Nintendo 64]]
| modes = Single player, Multiplayer
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| genre = Beat 'em up
| ratings = [[Entertainment Software Rating Board|ESRB]]: [[Image:Teen.png|15px]] (T)
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| ratings = [[Entertainment Software Rating Board|ESRB]]: Teen
| platforms = [[Nintendo 64]]
 
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'''''Killer Instinct Gold''''' is a remake of the arcade game ''Killer Instinct 2''. It was released for the [[Nintendo 64]] a few years after the arcade version was released. The game was developed by [[Rare]] and published by [[Nintendo]].
 
'''''Killer Instinct Gold''''' is a remake of the arcade game ''Killer Instinct 2''. It was released for the [[Nintendo 64]] a few years after the arcade version was released. The game was developed by [[Rare]] and published by [[Nintendo]].
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[[Category: Rare games]]
 
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Revision as of 14:43, April 26, 2011

Killer Instinct Gold is a remake of the arcade game Killer Instinct 2. It was released for the Nintendo 64 a few years after the arcade version was released. The game was developed by Rare and published by Nintendo.

Gameplay

The gameplay was almost identical to the arcade version, but it didn't feature endings influenced by player decisions and full-motion videos.

Characters

  • Glacius
  • Jago
  • Fulgore
  • B. Orchid
  • Sabrewulf
  • Tusk
  • Maya
  • Spinal
  • T.J. Combo
  • Kim Wu
  • Gargos (Playable through code)

Reception

The game was met with mediocre reception. It was expected to be identical to the arcade game. It was instead a new game based on KI2, with the same characters and finishers. It received a 7.4 from gamespot.com.

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