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Submitted by jjdoyle 886d ago | review

Sengoku 2 Review - NintendoLife

"SNK may have dedicated a large portion of their efforts to the one-on-one fighting genre, but occasionally they would branch out into other game types, sometimes with rather successful results. The original Sengoku was praised for its unique use of character transformations, but the play controls weren't always the most responsive. Enter Sengoku 2, a sequel that basically takes everything good about the original and fixes a few flaws along the way. While there are still fans of the first release that will always claim it to be the best, it's difficult to deny the more fluid gameplay and improved visual presentation that this unique sequel offers up.", writes NintendoLife. (Sengoku 2, Wii) 7/10

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