Bruce Lee fans may want to let out a jolly Lee-style whoop, as homebrew developer PSPKOR announces the third release of his Bruce Lua title. For those who can't recall (it has been a while) this game is homebrew port of a retro game released for the Zx Spectrum and Commodore 64. The object of this title for you to beat the living snot out of Street-Fighter's Ryu.
Though you're probably wondering why he demoted it to v1 Beta. According to PSPKOR, the game went through considerable changes over the past months, and along with some bugs, this version will be his basis for all future updates, hence its v1 Beta title. As for the changelog:
* Redone alot of the in game code and hitting system.
* Added much better A.I.
* Added more moves for Ryu.
* Added Rounds (best of three).
* Added in-game music and sound effects.
* Changed the look of the High score screen and other graphics.
* New XMB icon and background.
* New in game background(By me )
* Redone alot of the training stuff.
Make sure to read the full changelog and installation instructions for either fw 1.5 or 3.03 users - they're available in the release info text document found in the zip bundle below. As a last note, it will be noted that this game uses an EBOOT format, so gamer don't need to worry about carrying a Lua player to run it. We thank PSPKOR for this update, and hope you guys enjoy the download.
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