King of The Monsters 2 (Sega Genesis, 1994)
|The sequel to King of the Monsters, King of the Monsters 2 features more monsters, more levels, and a new type of character, the minor fighter aliens, who pester you as you do battle. As in the first game, you control a monster and you fight other monsters one at a time using methods from various wrestling and fighting games. The colorful variety of monsters includes Super Geon, a Godzilla look-alike; Atomic Guy, an armor-plated scientist; Cyber Woo, a super robot built for war; Huge Frogger, a reptilian alien; Eifflelyte, a fierce mutant warrior; Claw Head, a crabby fusion of an assortment of creatures; Beetle Master, a super insectoid; Aqua Slug, a slimy sea creature; and Lavicus, a levitating alien maker. While fighting monsters, you'll also have to ward off heavily armed humans who are trying to regain control of the Earth. They come at you in submarines, tanks, and fighter planes. As you work your way through the game, you'll fight in exotic locations such as the Grand Canyon, Tokyo, the desert, and France. A two-player mode allows you and a friend to each pick a monster and go at it head-to-head. The first player to win two rounds wins the game.
The Genesis version of King of the Monsters 2 was developed by Betop and also released by Takara, but is somewhat different from the other two versions. Rather than being a beat 'em up, the Genesis version plays like a fighting game, similar to its predecessor. All characters (excluding Famardy) are playable and have all been given special attacks executed using standard fighting game motions. Players must destroy all other monsters, one after the other, without any of the scrolling stages in the Neo-Geo version and then defeat a clone of the player's monster.
|Game||King of the Monsters 2|
|Number of Players||1 or 2|
|V.R.C. Rating||MA-13 - Mature Audiences|
|Game Series||King of Monsters Series|
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