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Garou: Mark of the Wolves
Year released1999
System(s)Arcade, Neo Geo, Sega Dreamcast, PlayStation 2
SeriesFatal Fury,
Neo Geo Online Collection,
ACA Neo Geo
Japanese title餓狼 Mark of the Wolves
ModesSingle player, multiplayer
Rating(s)CERO Ages 12 and upESRB TeenPEGI Ages 12+Mature
Garou: Mark of the Wolves
Developer(s)Code Mystics
Year released2016
System(s)PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Windows
ACA Neo Geo Garou: Mark of the Wolves
Publisher(s)Hamster Corporation
Year released2017
System(s)Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Windows, Xbox One
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Garou: Mark of the Wolves, known as Fatal Fury: Mark of the Wolves on U.S. Dreamcast, is a 1999 fighting game produced by SNK, originally for the Neo Geo system.

It is the ninth and final game in the Fatal Fury series, set ten years after the death of Geese Howard in Real Bout Fatal Fury. With the exception of Terry Bogard, the game is comprised of an entirely new cast of characters. Many of these characters reference older characters however.

It is known for pushing the graphical capabilities of the Neo Geo as well as its well-balanced roster of characters and highly technical gameplay.

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