Jin Fu-ha


Jin Fu-Ha was once a disciple of Eiji Kisaragi until Eiji betrayed him, leaving a scar on his chest. Now, Jin seeks to kill Eiji with his own self-taught form of Ninjitsu. To test if he is strong enough to do so, he sets out to challenge Eiji's sworn enemy Ryo Sakazaki. Jin eventually tracks Ryo down and confronts him in GlassHill Valley while Ryo is searching for his friend Robert Garcia there. In Jin's ending, he defeats Ryo but is frustrated that his opponent didn't give his all in the fight. Ryo tries to rationalize with him, asking what he will gain if he kills Eiji. Jin, uninterested in morals, leaves. Afterwards, a screen of text explains that Jin will face Eiji eventually and will hide his presence until then.


Art of Fighting 3




Page Updated:  Mar. 21st, 2024

Aren't there enough fighting game characters named Jin? Anyhow... Jin Fu-Ha is a pretty boring-looking fighter. There's nothing that really stands out about his attire or fighting style. If anything is interesting about him, it's that he's laughably "top-heavy" when he fights (the dude is nearly falling down when he kicks). He looks like a pro-wrestler who just joined Karate 2 weeks ago and is trying to do kicks way above his level. What makes this "interesting" is that even though his techniques are butt-ugly, they're well-animated in AOF3... I mean, the animators did a good job, but this dude can't even kick over his head. lol

See Mr. Fu-Ha, this is what happens when you "self teach" yourself martial arts... this is why you need to join a dojo and train under a proper  martial arts master. lol. Strangely, this guy has made quite a few cameo appearances in backgrounds of games, including: KOF: Maximum Impact 2, KOF '94 Rebout, KOF 2002: UM, and KOF XII. Is he trying to be Q? It's a bit mysterious why he's made so many cameos. I guess he has nothing better to do since he sucks at fighting.

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