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Fighter Maker 2 - PlayStation 2

Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Teen
11 customer reviews
Metascore: 58 / 100
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Fighter Maker 2 offers something you've never had before in a PS2 fighting game: the ability to build fighters from scratch using 3-D models that respond to your every direction. The customization process includes costumes, body types, special moves, camera angles, and everything you need to create a personally designed cast of fighting characters. Also included is an entire 3-D fighting game with a host of opponents ready to take your fighters apart. Once you prove your characters have what it takes to beat the locals, you can try your luck against your friend's fighters to see who can build the greatest fighter of all time.


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  • ASIN: B00006N5SK
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 8, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #40,179 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Lowbudget on February 13, 2005
The concept for this game is too cool to be ignored. The problem is in order to make one move correctly you will be spending at least 5 hours. If you have the patience then go ahead it will pay off. I had this one guy do the stone cold stunner ( 6 hours) and the f-5 (9 hours). Also had one girl who, lets just say sucked the energy out of you. This is very cool to see when its completed but it takes FOR EVER. Also the parts given for you to create some one is pretty shallow. The fun is in creating the moves. I stoped playing cause I got vice city. If you have time and patience then buy it. Otherwise it will just end up collecting dust in your room.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By NWO4LIFE on February 3, 2003
This is the best fighter making software for [the money] in the world. First of all, notice that I called it software and not a game. The gameplay is secondary. Don't expect anything close to DOA, or VF4, or Tekken.
But for [the money] this is one powerful piece of software that includes a wide variety (but not an overwhelming number) of features.
You can truly create a very unique fighter, given the patience. It takes time. And the satisfaction is truly rewarding, especially if you're the person who likes to tinker and experiment.
I've created 8 very different fighters with different abilities, both natural and supernatural with strengths and weaknesses.
Get Fighter Maker 2. It's a blast!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Michael W. Bush on January 30, 2009
I am very suprised that there is not a Fighter Maker 3 after all these years. The PS3 (or even better XBox360 since that's what I got now) would be perfect for a game like this.

Anyway, Fighter Maker 2 is a hidden gem for anyone who is obsessed with making your own games as I am. I have dabbled in rpgmaker maker and plenty of other makers as well but Fighter Maker 2 is still my favorite.

The graphics and sound effects even for their time is pretty bad but that isn't what this game is about.

The shining force behind this game is the customization and pure fun you get from making your own fighters and then watching them (I don't play the fights, I sim them lol) go at it.

You can litterally do anything with this engine. On the surface it looks pretty shallow but after watching some videos on youtube I found out how to do ALOT of stuff I never would have thought of previously. You want projectiles... it's possible! You want teleportation, that is possible too. The moves in this game are only limited to the imigination of the person behind it.

If you have plenty of time on your hands (expect to spend at least 2-3 weeks per character if you work on it every single day) then this is the sim fan's dream game. I currently have 6 characters and plan on filling out the roster to 8 eventually. Bottom line, it's FUN.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Davidovich53 on June 13, 2005
I own both Fighter Maker 1 (for PS1) and Fighter Maker 2, and I must say I'm sorely disappointed at how Enterbrain has messed up the sequel. Sure, it's nice that I finally get to customize my fighter's appearance with hairdos and outfits, but I have to ask: WHAT HAVE THEY DONE TO THE EDITING ENGINE? The creation interface is so clunky and hard to use, you'll be spending literally hours to create even a simple punch or kick move. The interface in the first game worked great, and it had several features that Enterbrain actually TOOK AWAY in FM2, like being able to hold down R1 and press left or right to preview the animation without ever leaving the screen that you're working on, or the "shadows" which allow you to match up your fighter's postion from one frame to the next. And I have to mention the camera angles: in FM1, whenever your fighter moved off the screen, the camera would actually move to center the view on him/her, but in FM2, the camera is lazy and doesn't want to go anywhere. So sometimes you'll find that you can't see what the heck you're doing to your fighter because the camera doesn't cooperate. If Enterbrain ever makes Fighter Maker 3, they'd better start by bringing back FM1's interface.
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I chose this item because I love the concept of creation... Unfortunately I bit off more than I could chew in choosing this item, the gameplay itself is nearly identical to that of the Virtua-Fighter series but the character creation is so time consuming and painstaking you become a videogame programmer while using it. Also there is no automatic rotation and the playback is at super speeds so you have a hard time making out the end result of your created character, but overall I am not disappointed. If only I had some time off and alot more patience, I could really enjoy this game.
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It seemed fun. I want a game that is simple to do like armbar and then judo throw with just 2 button strikes.Or arm break tempt.Punch and single leg takedown. Just punch gets boring. Why is there little arm blocks.Our mind reacts.Just a signal from brain to.... The idea of fighter maker seems awesome. Out of 10 yrs of virtua fighter there still a difficult time with moves and annoying. It was ok. Thanks. Say no to evil. Thanks to seller. Difficult to find.
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