Bruce Lee, the Dragon himself, had a very progressive philosophy that primarily preached “no style as style”. It also lead the way for what would be the MMA method. (Ironically, Lee would be honored with several VG characters that had very specific styles)
Even though he stressed no style, he still had guiding stables that were applicable fighting (and life in general). But I was wondering if there was game that gave most opportunity to exercise his ideals. Now I know most games can’t completely adapt his philosophy due to them being populated with characters that can never learn new things (their move lists are constant) and are essentially stuck in a style (which Lee would detest in real life), but I wondering about his other focal points for Jeet Kun Do.
Or perhaps some characters do apply it better than others. Tekken’s Marshal Law incorporates parries and quick decisive hits for instance. And while I wasn’t a fan of recent Virtua Fighters, the fighting does seem to have a naturalistic flow to it (now that Tekken 6 showed me the extreme end of 3D fighters anyway).