Battle Arena Toshinden 2

Plastic Ridged Long Box Release

Genre: One-on-One Fighting CDs: 1
Publisher: PlayMates Interactive Released: May 23, 1996
Developer: Takara UPC: 7 96298 06583 7
Sony ID: SLUS-00220 PSRM: 002360
Players: 1 to 2 Players Memory: None
Accessories: None
ESRB: Teen Animated Violence
Box Copy:

CHOOSE YOUR WEAPON…

…and do battle against the greatest warriors of the world! Each martial arts fighter has been personally selected to represent his/her special techniques and tactics in a winner-takes-all secret tournament that defies death.

Your favorite characters are back in the arena with new moves and special attacks-Eiji, the master swordsman, Sofia and her deadly whip, and Mondo with his powerful spear! Two mysterious new contenders also join the battle with original moves and abilities that give them the chance to dominate the action! Learn brand new special moves, master the fight, and prepare for your day in Arena!

  • The ONLY tournament-style fighting game that features true 3-D, 360-degree rotation excitement!
  • Choose from four different camera angles: normal, long, sky and overhead.
  • Fight eleven different warriors, including never-before-seen Tracy and chaos,plus two boss characters and a hidden character.
  • Each warrior performs special moves that include: crushing throws, inverted attacks and Ultimate Moves!
  • Brand new fighting arenas!
  • Choose from eight different levels of difficulty.
  • Brand new moves and fighting combinations!

 

 

 


Variants

Jewel Case Release – ESRB changed to Realistic Violence

 

 

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Trivia

  • Capcom took the game to the arcades, and even had it run off of their ZN-1 board set-up, which is equivalent to a PlayStation hardware.
  • There is no Memory Card support, so if you want to play with the hidden characters, you must either beat the game or input the specific programmer cheats each time.

 

 

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