Sengoku 2

Sengoku 2

1993

System
Neo Geo
Publisher
SNK
Developer
SNK

N/A

Game Rating

User Ratings: 2

Our Review: 7/10

Overview

Number of Players
2
Genre
Action, Arcade
Release Date

Wii Shop

  • 8th Nov 2012, 900 points (USA)
  • 7th Feb 2013, 900 points (UK/EU)
  • 10th Jan 2012, 900 points (JPN)

Neo Geo

  • 18th Feb 1993 (USA)

Switch eShop

  • 1st Mar 2018, $7.99 (USA - HAMSTER)
  • 1st Mar 2018, £6.29 (UK/EU - HAMSTER)
Series
Sengoku

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Reviews

  • 31

    Switch eShop / Neo Geo

    Review Sengoku 2

    Test your might

    You fight of waves of attackers, warp somewhere to fight some more, then back again where of course you find yet more people trying to end your existence. Along with the nifty ability to switch between characters during play, Sengoku 2 offers similar gameplay to the first title, but some tweaks have been made to offer a more...

  • 11

    Wii Virtual Console / Neo Geo

    Review Sengoku 2

    Transformations and annihilations

    SNK may have dedicated a large portion of their efforts to the one-on-one fighting genre, but occasionally they would branch out into other game types, sometimes with rather successful results. The original Sengoku was praised for its unique use of character transformations, but the play controls weren't always the...

About The Game

Originally released in 1993, Sengoku 2 is a belt-scrolling beat-'em-up game.

The characters are warriors who have been summoned by a sorceress princess to take down a dark lord while battling through various epochs. As in the previous version, you can transform your characters, but unlike its predecessor, you don't have to save your ally to be able to transform into them, but rather you can change among the Ninja, Tengu and Ninja Dog freely right from the beginning. Furthermore, one of the new elements to this version is the incorporation of build up attacks and defense, giving a more tactical twist to this action brawler.