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Rev. B Patch Released: May 3, 2020


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Originally released on December 23, 1992 for the Famicom Disk System by Technos Japan.

Although a mostly complete translation patch for the game by oRdErEDchaos has existed since October 18, 1998, the 4 player support in battle mode was never localized.
This controller localization enhancement hack of Nekketsu Fighting Legend was created ONLY to correct this problem.

Screen Shots

Title Screen: Before and After
Original Title Screen New Title Screen

Restored Splash Screen
Splash Screen
Note: The oRdErEDchaos Riki Kunio patch modifies the red and gold kanji at the top of the screen to give credit to oRdErEDchaos and completely eliminates the entire Technos credit line at the bottom. This patch does not touch the kanji; instead it restores the Technos credit line at the bottom.

Game History

Before declaring bankruptcy in 1996, Technos Japan's largest game series was Kunio-kun. Double Dragon was Technos's second largest series. Outside of Japan, Double Dragon is much more well known because more Double Dragon games were released outside of Japan.

This table shows where Nekketsu Kakutou Densetsu fits into all the Kunio-kun games Technos Japan released on the Famicom. It also shows games in the series made exclusively for other game systems during the time. Kunio-kun games continued to be made for other systems up through 1996.
System Original Title Original Release Date US Title US Release Date Notes
Arcade Nekketsu Kouha Kunio-kun May 1986 Renegade December 1986 The first Kunio-kun game
Famicom April 17, 1987 January 1988 Released in the US by Taito Corporation

Technos's first Famicom game
Arcade Nekketsu Koukou Dodge Ball-bu 1987 Super Dodge Ball 1987 Double Dragon also came out in 1987
Famicom July 26, 1988 June 1989 Released in the US by Sony Imagesoft
Famicom Downtown Nekketsu Monogatari April 25, 1989 River City Ransom January 1990 Released in the Europe as Street Gangs
Famicom Nekketsu Koukou Dodge Ball-bu May 18, 1990 Nintendo World Cup December 1990 Released in the US and Europe by Nintendo
Famicom Downtown Nekketsu Koushinkyoku: Soreyuke Daiundoukai October 12, 1990
Famicom Downtown Special: Kunio-kun no Jidaigeki Dayo Zenin Shuugou! July 29, 1991
Famicom Ike Ike! Nekketsu Hockey-bu: Subette Koronde Dairantou February 7, 1992 Crash 'n the Boys: Ice Challenge Canceled
Famicom Bikkuri Nekketsu Shin Kiroku! Harukanaru Kin Medal June 26, 1992 Crash 'n' the Boys: Street Challenge October 1992
Super Famicom Shodai Nekketsu Kouha Kunio-kun August 7, 1992
Famicom Nekketsu Kakutou Densetsu December 23, 1992 Nekketsu Fighting Legend
Famicom Kunio-kun no Nekketsu Soccer League April 23, 1993
Game Boy Bikkuri Nekketsu Shin Kiroku! Dokodemo Kin Medal July 16, 1993
Super Famicom Kunio-kun no Dodge Ball Dayo Zenin Shuugo! August 6, 1993
Super Famicom Downtown Nekketsu Baseball Monogatari: Baseball de Shoubu da! Kunio-kun December 17, 1993
Famicom Nekketsu! Street Basket: Ganbare Dunk Heroes December 22, 1993

Patch Features


Box: Front and Back
Box Front Box Back

Ad: Front and Back
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Project History

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