SBK-X is an extremely efficient yet light weight free flash game which does not require too much free space on your computer than most other free games from the same category. It is used in India, Malaysia, and Indonesia very frequently. SBK-X was one of the earliest games that I downloaded when I was in college and I remember fondly playing it during my free time in college. It took me one year and two months to finish the game itself.
In this game you play as either Kimbo or Billy, two wrestlers who have been contracted by a company called CZR in New York. The only problem is that Billy is missing his foot, and as a result he has been forced to train at the CZR Training Center in New York to get back into shape. When he finally reaches there, however, the training doesn't go well as Billy is defeated by Ken Shamrock in the first round. There is a chance, however, that Billy could still win the match if he knew how to beat Shamrock in a no-contest match. You can choose to play as Billy or Kimbo in the three-on-three championship mode, where you will alternate between the two wrestlers in a nonstop 3 vs. 3 match. This mode is really exciting, because you never know what kind of crazy stunts Kimbo might pull off in the ring!
The video game has excellent graphics, which have an extremely realistic effect, and the animation is fairly accurate. The story line is interesting enough that I felt intrigued by it even though I am not really a huge wrestling fan. The fighting system is pretty much the same as the one found in Street fighter skill stop and pick. The music is catchy, and while I don't really understand what the lyrics are all about, the voice acting does the job quite well. Overall, the SBK-X: Arcade Edition video game is a fun time and entertaining experience for everyone who picks up the controller.