Dural (, Dyuraru) is an Gynoidlike creature that debuted in the original Virtua Fighter as the game's boss character. According to canon, the first model was KageMaru's kidnapped mother. Virtua Fighter 2 is the sequel to Virtua Fighter and the second game in the Virtua Fighter series.
It was created by Sega's Yu Suzukiheaded AM2 and was released in Virtua Fighter is a successful 3D Fighting Game series created by Yu Sazuki and Sega's AM2 development team. The game's story is about the dealings of the mysterious corporation, Judgment Six (J6) who holds the World Fighting Tournament as a front to create the ultimate fighter Virtua Fighter CG Portrait Series The Final Dural ( CG The Final ) is an Etc demo, developed by Sega AM2 (Amusement R& D Dept.
# 2) Sega Enterprises, Ltd. and published by Sega Enterprises, Ltd.which was released in Japan for the Sega Saturn. Virtua Fighter 4 is the fourth game in the Virtua Fighter series. The game was first released in arcades on the NAOMI 2 board in 2001, and on the PlayStation 2 in 2002. An updated version named Virtua Fighter 4 Evolution was also released to arcades and PlayStation 2. Contents[show Characters Sep 15, 2014 This is a demonstration of a trick to play as Dural in the Arcade version of Virtua Fighter 1.
Read on for more information Dural is the boss of the game. Update: We are happy to announce a partnership with Dropkick Events to help us support the Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown side tournament at @EVO 2018! Dural is banned Default rounds and round timers Random Stage Select Loser can change character Loser can request stage change (random select) First to 2 games (best 2 of 3 for Pool 1& 2 VS Dural Achievement in Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown: Face off against Dural in Arcade Mode (any difficulty level) worth 60 GamerScore Jun 29, 2016 A playthrough of the boss Dural in the arcade version of Sega's Virtua Fighter 1.
[I can't seem to find any outlined movelists for Dural. Her moveset is a mi Virtua Fighter 10th Anniversary During a normal run of the game, players compete against the original cast of Virtua Fighter (sans Dural), (1994) Virtua Fighter Sega Saturn Fighting Manual Vol. 1 for Novice (1994) Virtua Fighter Guide Book VJump (1994) Virtua Fighter () is a fighting game developed by Sega AM2 and published by Sega for Sega Model 1 arcade hardware in 1993.
It is the first game in the Virtua Fighter series. It is often cited as being the first fully 3D fighting game released to the general public, and is a basis for almost all subsequent games in the genre.