A 3D fighting video game called Bio F.R.E.A.K.S. was released by Midway in 1998. It was intended initially for arcades.  The game’s prototypes were tested in arcades, but the official release was postponed (although a ROM image of the prototype was finally dumped and functions in MAME), and the game was subsequently published for the PlayStation, Nintendo 64, and Microsoft Windows.
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A 3D sci-fi weapon-based fighting game called Bio F.R.E.A.K.S. was created by Saffire and released by Midway on April 30, 1998, for the PlayStation and Nintendo 64. (on May 31, 1998).
The dystopian near-future America (now known as Neo-Amerika) where the states are now privatised territories owned by enormous corporations is the setting for the video game. A secret commission was established to stop the violence, and today gladiatorial contests between genetically modified humans are used to resolve all territorial disputes.
The game is well-known for its dedicated Hover button, dedicated Fire button (which enables players to fire their characters’ weapons for long-range combat or activate a special regenerating shield), and a variety of open arenas in addition to its grimdark “future sport” setting (sometimes with upper platforms and dangerous obstacles). It is particularly well-known for its “mutilations,” which are extraordinary attacks that instantaneously decapitate, dismember, or split opponents in half. Fighters can continue to battle while without their arms in Time Killers and BloodStorm (at an obvious disadvantage).
Originally intended for arcades, the game would have been played with joysticks and a top-fire button. Official cabinet artwork and several prototype boards from public tests have been discovered (one of which is publically playable).
Bio f.r.e.a.k.s. Characters
- Clonus (boss)
- Mutilator (final boss)
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Nintendo 64 (Authentic & Tested) Bio Freaks is for $14.99
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The most visually stunning fighting game we’ve ever seen is probably Bio Freaks. Dave Simon and the Midway crew deserve praise for the game’s superb character designs and animation. While Bio Freaks does provide a fair selection of techniques and choices, gamers seeking for a genuine fighting engine should be aware that the game still has a long way to go before it can rival other competitive fighters like Tekken and Virtua Fighter. We don’t see how Bio Freaks can go wrong if you prefer Mortal Kombat games or if you’re looking for mindless, violent enjoyment. However, dedicated lovers of combat may wish to rent first.
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