Rise 2: Resurrection

Clear Case Long Box Release

Genre: One-on-One Fighting CDs: 1
Publisher: Acclaim Released: March 5, 1996
Developer: Mirage UPC: 0 21481 21049 8
Sony ID: SLUS-00186 PSRM: 001740
Players: 1 to 2 Players Memory: None
Accessories: None
ESRB: Teen Animated Violence
Box Copy:

It’s the age of killing machines, and you’re armed for warfare: head mounted freeze lasers, plasma disrupters, electrical ground spikes, molecular distortion blows, acid spits, dismemberment and twin arm-mounted 35mm uranium depleted ammo guns!

18 Next Generation robots and over 300 devastating moves ensure that without annihilation…there can be no RESURRECTION!





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  • Only released in Long Box form, also available on Sega Saturn and PC.
  • Queen’s Brian May did the music for the game.
  • Here’s something you don’t see every day…if you place Rise 2 into your PC, there are three Word / Notepad documents on the disc. One is a simple sheet of text strings, like character names, menu words, etc. Another just lists the languages. The third however, is the most curious. It’s about a page and a half of PC error messages, ranging from memory overflow, to VGA monitor issues, to other problems. It looks like it shares more with its PC cousin than expected.
  • This is a sequel to Rise of the Robots, which was on a variety of systems including the Genesis, Super NES, and Amiga CD 32.
  • Acclaim Game! Yep! Tons of Exclamation Points on the Back! Yep!



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