Fatal Fury 2

Fatal Fury 2

1993

System
Neo Geo
Publisher
SNK
Developer
SNK

N/A

Game Rating

User Ratings: 0

Our Review: 7/10

Overview

Number of Players
2
Genre
Fighting
Release Date

Wii Shop

  • 30th Jun 2008, 900 points (USA)
  • 13th Jun 2008, 900 points (UK/EU)
  • 20th May 2008, 900 points (JPN)

Neo Geo

  • 5th Mar 1993 (USA)

Switch eShop

  • 22nd Jun 2017, $7.99 (USA - HAMSTER)
  • 22nd Jun 2017, £6.29 (UK/EU - HAMSTER)
Series
Fatal Fury
Controller Support
Classic, Gamecube

Screenshots (12)

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Reviews

  • 8

    Switch eShop / Neo Geo

    Review Fatal Fury 2

    Not quite Special enough

    Back in the day, the power of the Neo Geo meant that SNK was the first publisher to release home console games that were over 100 Mb in size (that’s megabits, so around 12.5 MB). It commemorated this by launching the 100-Mega Shock series, which basically involved slapping a lovely splash screen at the start of any game...

  • 1

    Virtual Console / Neo Geo

    Review Fatal Fury 2

    Street Fighter 2 it ain't

    Although the original Fatal Fury was undoubtedly one of the best challengers to square up to Capcom’s Street Fighter 2, many would argue that SNK’s franchise didn’t really get into its stride until the sequel was released. Improving on the first title in practically every way possible, Fatal Fury 2 was one of the...

About The Game

Released in 1992, Fatal Fury 2 is the second installment in the renowned fighting-game series. In addition to Terry, Andy and Joe, who appeared in the original game, another five distinctive fighters gather from around the world to compete for the championship title. Also newly added are stage-specific hazards and the ability to perform desperation attacks when a character’s strength is low. These particularly deadly techniques create the chance for a come-from-behind victory achieved with a single strike.

Moreover, the innovative two-line battle, which proved popular in the previous version, also has been radically enhanced. Pressing the weak-attack and strong-attack buttons simultaneously enables players to move their fighters to another line themselves, or to launch an attack that pushes opponents back to another line. This game mechanic, unique to this title in the series, allows the player to take advantage of the depth of the screen and create even more exciting bouts. Can you prove yourself the king of fighters again?