Taito’s Typhoon Gal Kicks Ass In Arcade Archives – Destructoid
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Now here’s a quirk that’s right down your boy’s alley. This week’s Arcade Archives release – fresh out of retro publisher Hamster – is the adorable, jaw-dropping take on Taito Typhoon Gal, now available for download on PS4 and Nintendo Switch.
Hip-launched its way into the arcades in 1985, Typhoon Gal is the story of a brave young judo master, Yuki, as she attempts to defend the honor of her Dojo against an army of male attackers, determined to put our hero in her shoes. With fists, feet and a series of acrobatic throws, Yuki delivers a well-deserved kick to his opponents inside his dojo, in the surrounding woods and even in the temple of his rivals, bringing violence to his rivals. critics. front door. In a typical old-fashioned arcade style, Typhoon Gal simply repeats over and over again, allowing Yuki to quite ramp up the body count.
See our daughter in action in the video below, courtesy of YouTuber Aldo IT.
Although naturally simplistic, Typhoon Gal is a hell of a fun version. An early entry into the brawler genre, sporting cute and colorful images and fun and entertaining fights, Typhoon Gal deserves a better legacy in the annals of video game history. Importantly, its devoted protagonist, single-handedly devastating an endless supply of male enemies – sending them rushing into shame – was an incredibly new narrative for the 1985 game scene, and rightly places our hero rose-Gi. among the most pioneering female protagonists in the game. Bravo to you, Yuki, bravo.