Virtua Fighter 2
One year has passed since eight of the toughest, fastest fighters challenged each other in the World Fighting Tournament.
Now the call has come for the second World Fighting Tournament. Who will emerge victorious this time?
genesis porttitomagnum | June 1, 2013 | See all titomagnum's reviews »
have not played this version, but from the looks of it, this is the VF2 port from the sega genesis. I played the saturn and true PC versions and this is not it. Be warned!
A Piece Of Gaming History, But Times Have ChangedCrimsonWizard | Jan. 15, 2013 | See all CrimsonWizard's reviews »
Virtua Fighter 2 is a fighting game formerly in arcades and Sega's consoles where the simple set up is: You're in a tournament, knock your opponent's teeth out! Like most fighting games of the time, there is little to no story in the actual game itself. Understandable considering it was an arcade game which relied on people quickly shelling out quarters, but it doesn't help endear the player to the characters in this day and age.
In fact, that's the general vibe of this game, great for it's time, but horribly dated by today's standards. While the 2.5D fighting environments were very innovative for 1994, today's fighting game's have learned many lessons from this and each other's earlier entries, improving upon the old formula here. While something like Street Fighter 2 still holds enough charm and polished gameplay to be fun these days, Virtua Fighter 2 just feels a bit clunky from graphics to the actual controls.
While I can't give this a recommendation for the average customer, a fighting game fan may be interested in this title. It does show one of the more successful steps companies took into the fighting game genre after Street Fighter 2's success. However, you would be better off spending your money one of the newer fighting games out there like Street Fighter 4 or so on.
Great fighting game but very datedScorpy | Jan. 14, 2013 | See all Scorpy's reviews »
Virtual Fighter 2 paved the way for 2.5D fighting games. Its innovation in environmental design was groundbreaking and it was a pretty big hit. It's not Tekken or Street Fighter, there is no juggling or button mashing. Virtua Fighter uses technique and knowledge above all else.
This is where the Virtual Fighter series got its start. If you can get past the dated graphics, you're in for a treat.
Clasic Game!maciej2601 | Aug. 30, 2012 | See all maciej2601's reviews »
Virtua Fighter 2 is the second part of the series of 3D arcade fighting game, developed by Sega. The player directs the actions of one of the 10 masters of martial arts, participating in spectacular duels played in different scenes. Game developers have prepared as many as 1200 combinations of punches that can move characters, including many unique, assigned to specific characters.
Not worth it anymore.faraany3k | Aug. 16, 2011 | See all faraany3k's reviews »
This was a good 3D fighting game overshadowed by the great Tekken series of that era. Still it was a perfect beat em up for PC fans. But I think its a little too late for this title to hold any interest for me. Fighting movements doesn't feel right anymore. The game should only be bought for nostalgia. And one more thing Graphics are a sore sight after 17 years.