Also Known As
Rival Turf! 2
Number of Players
Release Date

Super Nintendo

  • JP 22nd Dec 1992
  • US 11th Mar 1993
  • EU 1993

Wii (Wii Shop)

  • US 28th Jul 2011, 800 points
  • EU 1st Apr 2011, 800 points
  • JP 10th May 2011, 800 points

Wii U eShop

  • EU 21st Nov 2013, £5.49
  • US 21st Nov 2013, $7.99

Wii U (Wii U eShop)

  • JP 27th Nov 2013, ¥800

Nintendo Switch Online (Subscription)

  • Available Now


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    Sibling rivalry

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    A marked improvement

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About The Game

A classic two-player beat ‘em up is back on Virtual Console!

People are going missing in Bayside City and the rumours say some people conducting a shady human cloning experiment are responsible. For Rick (a.k.a. Hack) and Doug (a.k.a. Slash) this situation has become personal. Especially after three friends from their martial arts gym get abducted.

The duo set off to the enemy's secret Air Fortress to sort things out. These guys know all the moves, from martial arts to pro wrestling throws - and they don't hesitate to use them. They’re not afraid of using whatever it takes to get the job done. And if that wasn’t enough, when they get hurt they get angry – and you really don’t want to mess with them then. They ignore damage and hit even harder than usual! They’re ready for the action - the question is... are you?