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Super Butouden 2

Developed by Bandai
Gameplay 7.6/10
Difficulty 6.8/10
Music 7.2/10
Moves 8.9/10
Graphics 8.2/10
Overall 8.4/10

     This is the second installment in the Super Butouden series. While not the best DBZ game out there, it is still fun to play. It has some good moves and a decent amount of characters. The graphics are good but not the greatest for a Famicon (SNES in America) game. If you don't have the time or the resources you should probably get Hyper Dimension or Super Butouden 3 instead. But if your a hardcore DBZ fan (like me) you don't wanna miss this classic game.

     The gameplay in this game is quite similar to that of all the other Super Butoudens. The bars that separate the 2 players (when you are too far away from each other) are back. You get all the players main moves plus some other highly powerful ki attacks. The only problem I have with the gameplay is the difficulty. The game is too easy, all you have to do is skillfully throw ki blasts and you win the game. With some guys you could just stand in place and press the A button lots of times (shoots small ki blasts) and win the game. Even though it is a pretty easy, the game can be fun.

     The graphics in this game is pretty good. Although it doesn't compare with the 3d graphics of the newer systems it is still good compared to other SNES games. Some of the levels feature sandstorms (picture above to the right).

     Overall I thought the game was pretty good but I just wanted a more fast paced difficult game.

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