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Submitted by ShadyDevil 779d ago | review

Fist Of The North Star: Ken's Rage 2 Review-TGH

TGH Writes: "Those who are familiar with Fist of the North Star or Hokuto no Ken –to use the Japanese name – will know that its 30th anniversary is just around the corner. In appreciation of this, TecmoKoei has released Fist of the North Star: Ken’s Rage 2. This sequel hopes to improve upon the previous installment in many ways, from the story structure to gameplay. But does this entry provide a great Fist of the North Star experience for fans of the series, or is it “already dead”?" (Fist of the North Star: Ken's Rage 2, PS3, Xbox 360) 2.5/5

Heavenly King  +   779d ago
The truth is that If you dont like the Anime or manga then obviously you wont enjoy this game. On the other hand if you really enjoy the anime and the OVAs, then you will have a blast playing this game. So far for me it is a really fun game, and the fact they have put so much content in the story mode is really cool.

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