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Parlor! Pro 2 (PlayStation)

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Parlor! Pro 2 is the second in a series of pachinko simulator games from Japan. Pachinko is sometimes referred to as the number one pastime in Japan, and it is played in gaming halls called parlors. Gambling for money is illegal in Japan so players purchase steel balls with which they play the game. At the end of their session they exchange their remaining balls for tokens which, in turn, can be exchanged for goods / prizes.

This game features two pachinko machines, 'Hana Mizuki' and 'New Road Star', three gaming modes 'Simulator', 'Story', and a third that shows scenes from each game.


Parlor! Pro 2 PlayStation This is an in-game option that shows the player's performance
Parlor! Pro 2 PlayStation Playing the STORY. In the pachinko parlor the player moves the hand to select a row of machines. There are two types of machine here, ROAD STAR and another
Parlor! Pro 2 PlayStation The ROAD STAR bonus feature naturally features the main characters driving across America. As long as the player keeps hitting the target they keep driving
Parlor! Pro 2 PlayStation In the STORY the player can visit different locations among which are pachinko parlors

Alternate Titles

  • "パーラープロ2" -- Japanese spelling

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piltdown_man (76908) added Parlor! Pro 2 (PlayStation) on Mar 07, 2014