This is a very, very wierd Sega Genesis pirate. It features fighters such as Goku, Ryu, Kyo, Cyclops, and oddly enough, Michael Jordan.
Check out Sega-16s review of the game.
This sums it up quite well:
But to summarize on the presentation…man, I can’t believe I’m saying this…Top Fighter is probably the flashiest fighter on the Sega Genesis. It sounds crazy, but play the game and you’ll see what I mean. The special moves are all inspired by Street Fighter Alpha and a generation of over-the-top versus fighters not yet conceived during the official life span of the Genesis. These Asian hackers, influenced by games that the design teams of the Genesis’ era didn’t have access to, have put together a fighting experience with much more pizzazz than anything Sega could crank out at the time. The fireball attacks are most explosive than the Hadokens in Super Street Fighter II; some of the special moves have a ‘shadowing’ effect not implemented in any other official fighter.
Samus Aran’s Gravity Suit Figurine – Wow on the final price here. The Gravity Suit is highly limited at just 250 pieces worldwide, was only exclusively available through the First 4 Figures online store, and was sold out through pre-orders before it was even made. Hand finished and hand painted. (Thanks Martin)
Skuljagger SNES Proto – Sold for cheap.
Dreamcast Store Display – Sold for super cheap on eBay.de.
Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion for the N64 Proto – Sold for $400.00.