This game was one of the many that were to use the Super FX chip, but were cancelled when the 32 bit systems were released. The game was being developed by Argonaut Software (the makers of Star Fox) and published by GTE Entertainment. This game was released on PC.
Information courtesy of Cooljerk:
well... FX fighters was originally a SNES game, whcih then moved to the Jaguar, and finally ended up on the PC. I actually have the game, and juding from screenshots, I can say not much evolved, so what I'm playing is most likely what would have been on the SNES.
The graphics are very blocky... as expected. The game is sluggishly slow. Imagine virtua fighter 1... in slow motion, and thats FX fighter.
Well... the version released was EXTREMELY basic. Imagine a simplified Virtua Fighter. Only 2 buttons - punch and kick. The moves are stardard VF affair. The back claims over 40 moves per character, but I was lucky to find 1 or 2.
It has 9 charcters, all largely forgetable. And the story was sort of like Mortal Kombat.
Scan courtesy of hydr0x (from Nintendo Fun Vision, issue 13):
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