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Overall, I highly recommend Tobal 2 to any fighting fans out there looking for some action, and if you own an analog pad, here's another force-feedback compatible game for you. It doesn't look like Squaresoft will be releasing this one in the US, so you'd better look to your favorite importer.
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If you want to know if this game is "worth it", that’s a no-brainer. Even if you’ve never liked fighting games before I promise this is a new experience, especially in quest mode.
Tobal 2 es un excelente juego de lucha 3D que no pudimos disfrutar en nuestro país de forma oficial, por lo que hay que recurrir a la importación para disfrutar de él. Pero merece la pena, ya que proporciona mucha diversión y calidad. Aunque nunca podrá hacer frente a la serie Tekken (de hecho, la propia Square Enix así lo dijo, ya que no era su intención competir con Namco), su calidad técnica y su control, sobre todo en el modo "Quest", son dignos de ser disfrutados. Además, no todos los días se puede ver un juego con luchadores creados por Toriyama-san.
Tobal 2 may not ever be anyone's favorite fighting game, but it's a solid title that will keep players occupied for quite some time. It makes for a great diversion from the norm (much like Bushido Blade does). Even so, it doesn't pose much of a threat to the Street Fighters, Tekkens, and Mortal Kombats out there.
Superficial diagnosis might cynically consign Tobal 2 to the burgeoning dossier of late-effort sequels. Sure enough, it exhibits all the major symptoms - a re-jigged game engine, longevity-boosting new options, slap-patch responses to consumer complaints - that commonly imply the original was never properly finished before its commercial release. PlayStation owners won't need reminding of this endemic disease.