2D fighting game The Fallen Angels to get a complete version for arcades and consoles

During the 10th anniversary event for Takadanobaba Game Center Mikado in Japan, developer Zerodiv has revealed (via Satoshi68k) they're partnering with exA-Arcadia, a company who brings back older games to the arcades, to complete and relaunch the unfinished 1998 2D versus fighting arcade game The Fallen Angels. It will be released for both arcades and consoles, with the arcade version coming first. 

Here's an overview of the game:

The Fallen Angels known in Japan as Daraku Tenshi is an unfinished 2D fighting game developed by Steel Hearts and published by Psikyo for arcades in 1998. The game is unique for its grim art style and less projectile-based fighting system (compared to other 2D fighting games at the time). It is also known for its influences in SNK's The King of Fighters series.

The game's plot takes place in near-future 2010, a decade after an earthquake separated an inhabited city from the rest of the world, leaving it to decay.

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