No. The game industry in general separates shooter games from fighting
games. What the fighting game genre basically means is that it is
based on the martial arts or some other hand to hand combat verses
guns and other weapons. For example, Mortal Kombat, Street fighter,
double dragon, etc follow the fighting game genre because the focus is
on martial arts and hand to hand combat specifically.
On 8/18/10, Nicol <nicoljaco...@telkomsa.net> wrote:
> Isn't shooter and fighting games the same category?
> Whether you kill an enemy with a gun, club or sling shot, it remains
> fighting, isn't it?
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