Keio Flying Squadron 2 (SEGA Saturn)

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Keio Flying Squadron 2 is a 2D platform game, departing from the shoot 'em up-oriented style of its predecessor. The player once again controls Rami Nana-Hikari, a fourteen-year-old girl who is also the keeper of a secret treasure that unlocks valuable treasure. Dr. Pon and a new villain, Himiko Yamatai, are hunting for that treasure, and it is up to Rami to stop them.

Rami traverses side-scrolling levels, defeating enemies and overcoming obstacles with the three tools: a mallet (basic melee weapon), an umbrella (allows Rami to float and deflect projectiles), and a bow (long-ranged weapon). Rami also collects spheres that award the player with useful information and points. A few stages are vertically scrolling or return to the shoot 'em up roots of the series.

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Keio Flying Squadron 2 SEGA Saturn A wooden log bridge behind the waterfall in the first level, and you are an exaggerated character that can run real fast, but instead of the golden rings you collect golden rabbits...
Keio Flying Squadron 2 SEGA Saturn Rami in the underwater level
Keio Flying Squadron 2 SEGA Saturn Rami in the sumo wrestling ring
Keio Flying Squadron 2 SEGA Saturn The game occasionally utilizes sprite rotation, which results in jittering, a case of which is most evident on the rear edges of the ladybug roller coaster vehicle seen in this shot.

Alternate Titles

  • "Keio Yugekitai" -- Japanese title

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GamesCollection Apr 12, 2010 9.5 out of 10 95
neXGam Dec 27, 2009 7.3 out of 10 73
Fun Generation Aug, 1996 7 out of 10 70
Video Games Jul, 1996 58 out of 100 58

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Darksaviour69 (189) added Keio Flying Squadron 2 (SEGA Saturn) on Feb 25, 2005