Arch Rivals is an action sports title originally released for video games in 1989 and adapted to Sega Genesis in 1992 by Acclaim. The predecessor to NBA Jam, Arch Rivals features 2v2 non-traditional basketball action. Players can customize their two-man roster from a roster of eight possible hitters, each with a specific strength.
Arch Rivals is a simple two-on-two basketball game for one or two players. Choose one of eight characters and hit the basketball court for some serious action. Punch, lunge, and don't worry; there is no fault in this court. You can always steal the ball, but why do that when a good punch for chops does the same thing?
How to play
What sets this game apart from other simple basketball games is the player control and violence. First, you choose a player. During the match, you don't pick a player controlled by the CPU, instead, you hit no foul, so pretty much anything happens. Face punches and body checks are common and mandatory if you want to win, and you want to win, right?
Use arrow key and try some key ( Shift, Enter, Z, X, A, S , Q, E, R, T, G, F, H ) to controls the game.