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DOS - 1991

Also available on: Amiga - Amstrad CPC - Atari ST - Commodore 64 - Genesis - Lynx - SEGA Master System

Alt names ピットファイター, 피트 파이터, Pit-Fighter: The Ultimate Competition, PitFighter: The Ultimate Challenge
Year 1991
Platform DOS
Released in France, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom, United States
Genre Action
Theme Arcade, Fighting, Versus Fighting
Publisher Domark Software Ltd.
Developer Atari Games Corporation
Perspective Side view
3.89 / 5 - 27 votes

Description of Pit-Fighter

Well, to make it short: Pit-Fighter is a horrible conversion of Atari's arcade beat'em up.

The arcade game was actually very good with nice digitized sprites and some cool effects, but the animations and graphics of the PC conversion look awful and just kill the game. I would put it up very high on the list of worst arcade conversions.

Not much else to say-- stay WAY clear of this one if you can help it. Better yet, play Mortal Kombat instead if you like this type of game.

Review By HOTUD

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Comments and reviews

naga 2023-02-12 0 point

went through entire keyboard there is NO attack button, i can only move around not attack. which buttons attack???!!?!?!?

blahblah 2019-01-02 1 point

Arcade version came out towards the end of the beat-em-up phase... (ie: arcades were moving on towards Vs fighters like Street Fighter 2). But, it was novel for it's use of realistic, digitized graphics. It was an ok beat-em-up, but just didn't have any of the gimmicky goodness that other beat-em-ups had (eg: you could nail people in the nuts in Crime Fighters, Comba-Tribes and others had way more moves you could do, etc). This lackluster PC port was just a cash grab to try to milk it for all it was worth.

Aardvarkdk 2018-06-18 0 point DOS version

One of the worst PC games ever released. Even in its release year, the game was to be found, in the bottom of the 1$ bin....

CooperTeam 2018-03-19 0 point

I cannot begin to count the number of quarters I wasted on the arcade version as well as owning the Genesis and SNES version. And now I find that there's a PC version, where was I when this came out?

Yeah, this seemed to be a theme at the time, using digitized actors to make a game.

rick 2014-12-05 1 point DOS version

like it !

Steven McFly Jr 2013-11-20 0 point DOS version

only thought this existed on the Sega Genesis ... AWESOME DOS!

mymoon 2012-01-29 0 point DOS version

Was a bad game even by yesteryears standards. Even the original was bad. It got quite good ratings because of its digitized graphics, which were quite impressive in 1991. May just be a collectors item.

collector rob 2008-06-29 1 point DOS version

i remember playing this game at aladdins castle in wichita falls texas. was pretty fun back then and only a quarter i recomend this game. even though i seen it had a crapy rating on another site by some one(that is older than me). i think its worth getting as a collector myself

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