Budokan: the martial spirit
Budokan: the martial spirit is an old DOS action game set in Japan, developed by Electronic Arts, designed by Michael Kosaka and published by Electronic Arts in 1989. It's available for download.
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What they thought about it
"Pretentious in tone it may be, but Electronic Arts' multiple event martial arts challenge is still the best game of its type available. Players train in four forms of combat: karate, kendo, nunchaku and the bo staff. During fights you must keep an eye on stamina and ki levels as these determine your state of health and the power of your blows. Excellent sound and graphics and an unusual level of depth and excitment for this of game." - PC Review Issue 7 (1992)
Downloads for Budokan: the martial spirit
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Input: joystick, keyboard
Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, 5,25 floppy disk
Graphics: CGA, Hercules, MCGA, EGA, VGA, Tandy
Sound cards supported: Adlib, Roland, Sound Blaster, Tandy, PC speaker
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