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The Bruce Lee Story

The Bruce Lee Story
GenreBeat em Up
DeveloperVirgin Games
PublisherVirgin Games
Reviewed byndial
Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story is a fighting action game based on the synonymous Bruce Lee's biographical film. The game was developed for the Sega Game Gear, Sega Master System, Sega Mega Drive (Genesis), Super Nintendo and the Atari Jaguar.
The Bruce Lee StorySTORY / GAMEPLAY
You control Bruce Lee and are called to defeat a variety of mean martial arts opponents like the sailor from the dance hall in Hong Kong, the Chef from the Chinese Restaurant in San Francisco, a Master martial artist and a bunch more bad asses to progress through the game, reviving major action scenes from the film. You have a variety of fighting moves at your disposal to knock out the enemies and build up a chi meter which can help you unleash special moves towards them. The game is noted for its very hard difficulty level (even when set on "easy") and it takes an expert player to complete or even advance to the later stages. The game supports up to three players simultaneously (but only on the SNES and Mega Drive versions), to play the game in co-op or versus battle mode.

The Jaguar version features great, coin-op style visuals and smooth character animations. The backgrounds are colorful and they have parallax scrolling here and there. The Jaguar version has considerably more animation frames compared to the Super Nintendo (SNES) and the Sega Mega Drive (Genesis) versions without a single slowdown, resulting in a much smoother and graphically more impressive game. The sound is also good featuring in game music and sampled sound effects (including Bruce's renowned battle cries).
  • The Bruce Lee Story
  • The Bruce Lee Story
  • The Bruce Lee Story
  • The Bruce Lee Story
  • The Bruce Lee Story
  • The Bruce Lee Story
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JaguarCPU: The main processor is called "Jaguar" and it is based on a RISC 3000 MIPS. Co-Processor: MC68000 at 13,3MHz used as a general purpose control processor.
MEMORY: 2Mb (64bit bus usinf 4x16bit fast page mode DRAMS
GRAPHICS: GPU is called Tom at 26,59MHz, 32bit RISC architecture, 4Kb int. cache. Object Processor: 64bit RISC architecture (could do a variety of graphic architectures). Blitter: 64bit RISC architecture managing high speed logic ops, z-buffering, Gouraud Shading (64bit int.registers). DRAM Controller, 32bit memory management.
SOUND: Sound chip is called Jerry. DSP 32bit RISC acrhitecture with 8Kb int.cache. It has CD quality sound while the number of channels used depends on the software. Two DAC (stereo) convert digital data to analog sound signals. Full stereo.
The Jaguar (default) color palette
24bit RGB 16,7 million-color palette (16,7M on screen)
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