Lost In Translation/Martial Champion
|Main CPU||68000 (@ 16.000 MHz)|
Z80 (@ 8.000 MHz)
(2x) K054539 (@ 48.000 kHz)
384 x 224 pixels
2,048 Palette colours
|ROM Info||16 ROMs|
19,005,440 bytes (18.13 MiB)
|MAME ID||mtlchamp · mtlchmp1 · mtlchmpa · mtlchmpj · mtlchmpu|
About The Game
Martial Champion is an arcade video game.
Knock-Out The Competitions! 10 typical fighters battle against each other in a tournament to win the belt of world Martial Champion.
Prior to release, this game was known as 'Yie Ar Kung-Fu 2'.
The character Jin is similar to the playable character of 'Yie Ar Kung-Fu'.
The last boss, "Salamander", has the same name as Konami's shoot-em-up.
Martial Champion's sprites were some of the largest used in a fighting game up to that point (1993).
In all non-Japanese versions, Titi is known as Chaos and vice-versa.
Tips and tricks
Some of the selectable characters as Goldor, Avu, Titi (or Chaos in the Japanese version), Mahamba and Zen fighting with their weapons : if they fall to the ground during the fight (example, after a throw), they lose their weapon, and it can be collected by the opponent (by the way, few characters can use weapons to hit directly the opponent) : the lost weapon can be even recovered by his owner.
Beat all the game without lose a round to see specials ending with the showcase of all the characters
- Planning Produced By
- Poyoyon Production
- Directed By
- Heine Ken
- Produced By
- Kanon Pachelbel
- Character Designed By
- Heine Ken
- Tetsuya Ake
- Suruganokami Madaow
- Production Designed By
- Sound Designed By
- Music Designed By
- Deep Sleep Sugisawa
- System Designed By
- Special Program By
- Title Designed By
- Jin Tihijou
- Tetsu Kanzaki
- Racheal Miyawaki
Cabinet and Artwork
- NEC PC-Engine Super CD-ROM (1993)
|Album Name||Catalogue No.||Released||Publisher||Comments|
|Konami Amusement Sounds '93 Autumn - Martial Champion||KICA-7620~1||1993-10-21||King Record Co., Ltd.||2 CD version.|
|Chance / Gonna||BVDR-213||1993-11-21||BMG Victor||CD version.|