You never know about new games until you try. I can name you a few that are jam-packed with audio and are as informative auditorially as some of the old games you mentioned. A few examples are below:
Street fighter 4
Tekken games, any of them
Soul Calibur, again any games in the series.

Come to think of it there's no fighting game I can think of which isn't completely playable, barring, as you said, some of the bigger modes like MK's conquest mode. Just a few suggestions, and if you're looking into older games, fighting games in particular, here's some to think about.
Samurai Shodown
King of fighters
Fatal Fury

Those are all for now, but depending on what system you get I might have more. ----- Original Message ----- From: "michael barnes" <c...@samobile.net>
To: <gamers@audyssey.org>
Sent: Tuesday, September 08, 2009 9:06 PM
Subject: [Audyssey] playing old fighting games


i understand what everyone has said on the list about video games. for me to play games i will have to get an old video game system. from what i have heard the super nintendo was the best when it came to audio in games for example when you play mortal kombat you can tell when the person you are fighting is moving and shooting off different kinds of things at you. with these new games that is out right now and the ones coming out soon is harder to play with no sight for example the new smackdown vs. raw when you are in the story mode you have to read some of the stuff to know what is going on. and since with the old games you don't really have to do that much to get unlockable stuff. for example the new mk games you got to go through the conquest mode to unlock stuff but in the older mk games you just do button codes to unlock stuff. i'm going to try these old games out the best kind of games for a blind person to play is fighting games and some sports games

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