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Fatal Fury OVA Blu-ray Release Will Include Cut Content

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Discotek Media announced a Fatal Fury OVA Blu-ray release. It will include Fatal Fury: Legend of the Hungry Wolf and Fatal Fury 2: The New Battle. Each one will, for the first time, include both OVAs in 1080, the original Japanese credits, and a subtitled insert song. The announcements included details about this version, some special features, and packaging. Both English and Japanese voice acting will be available.

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First, the Fatal Fury OVA Blu0ray will include updated subtitles. So all character names will be accurate. Both the original Japanese and US credit sequences will be present. Fatal Fury 2: The New Battle will also have a scene restored, translated, and dubbed. As for the 1080p element, it is possible due to a “new scan from the original film negatives.” One special feature noted is commentary from Discotek Producer Brady Hartel and Matt McMuscles. The others are an art gallery and trailer.

Here’s a trailer for the Fatal Fury OVA Blu-ray release.

Clips from Fatal Fury: Legend of the Hungry Wolf were also shared. One shows the newly translated and subtitled insert song.

As for the packaging, it will come with a reversible cover and matching slipcover. Each design is inspired by a different OVA. The disc will have Terry on it.

The Fatal Fury OVA Blu-ray with 1080p version of the two OVAs and restored content is on the way.


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