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Ultraman Fighting Evolution 2 [Japan Import]

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3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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  • ASIN: B00006IQJR
  • Item Weight: 7 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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Ultraman Fighting Evolution 2 Japanese Format (NTSC-J). Box,package,

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I'll start with the fact that I'm a huge fan of the Ultraman franchise. I love the shows from the very beginning to what we have now a days, and I think it is great escapism.

I am not an avid gamer, but I do enjoy playing different video games now and again, and I currently have a PS2 and an Xbox360.

I have not played Fighting Evolution 1, or any of the others in this series at this time, but I have played the old SNES Ultraman Towards the Future game.

This game is fairly basic and straightforward, and there aren't a lot of thrills for fight game fans. Nothing intricate like Super Street Fighter, or bloody like the MK series. I think this was the first of the FE games for the PS2, and it shows.

The Pros:
You get to see and fight as Ultraman, Ultraseven, Jack, Ace, Taro, and Leo. I think Zoffy is unlockable and possibly playable, but I haven't been able to do that yet. Astra makes an appearance as Leo's finishing move combo. A lot of the monsters you've grown to love are in this, most notably Gomola. I'm not overly familiar with Leo or Ace, but for the other Ultras, their big moves are in this and useable. The fighting styles of the Ultras and Monsters on screen are fairly accurate of what was portrayed on the tv series, respectively. The button controls are fairly easy to figure out, and the game itself is very straightforward as far as playability.

The Cons:
You only get to play up to Leo as Ultracharacters, the Ultra techniques have to be 'earned' and built up. The controller only uses 3 buttons (5 if you count the Ultra Techniques... more on that later) and the movements of the characters are fairly confined and limited.

I like the game and will keep playing it, and most likely get some of the later games.
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