I’m starting to think Ryu ga Gotoku Studio is an elaborate front for SEGA arcade releases. As revealed by Famitsu, the upcoming Project Judge will feature playable SEGA arcade games within the game. The announced games include Fighting Vipers and Motor Raid.
It is especially exciting to see Motor Raid as the game has never seen a home release. Released in 1997 and developed by AM1 (cabinet by AM4), the Model 2 game saw players racing futuristic motorbikes across different planets. As noted by our wiki, most of if not all Motor Raid cabinets were sold as conversion kits for Manx TT Super Bike. The game is quite rare, so to see it fully playable in Project Judge is exciting!Ad:
7 responses to “Fighting Vipers and rare arcade racer Motor Raid playable within Yakuza studio’s Project Judge”
I was always of the opinion that Fighting Vipers never got the credit that it deserved. The armor and wall mechanics made for super fun and easy to get into arcade experiences. Never mind that Fighting Vipers mode was the coolest way to play Fighter’s Megamix
I loved playing both of these games in the arcade back in the day! And to get a home port of motor raid is a big plus since it was never released on home console.
Don’t forget Last Bronx that game is also a forgotten game.
Can’t forget last Bronx! I guess Fighting Viper 2 is next if there’s a sequel to Judge Eyes.
wow i’m in,i dont think we ever got an arcade perfect fighting vipers.Only SCUD Race eludes me now!
They released a arcade port on Xbox live.