3goo and Dimps released The Rumble Fish 2 for the first time worldwide across Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam. The Rumble Fish 2 is available physically and digitally, and details about the Collector’s Edition are available here.
Here’s an overview of the game via 3goo:
A legendary arcade game developed by Dimps in 2005. This fighting game gained popularity for its smooth visuals powered by S.M.A as well as the high level of strategy driven by its 2-gauge system. And with the addition of new current-gen features it’s even easier to play.
Battle Mechanics Polished to a Shine by a Legendary Studio Known for Fighters
The first original fighting game from Dimps, known for being involved in a number of other fighting games. It has continued to attract fighting game fans since its release in 2005 with mechanics that use 2 gauges–one for offense and one for defense–and slick 2D visuals powered by S.M.A. (Smooth Model Animation).
New Features for Console Provide a Modern Gameplay Experience
The console version contains new features such as an Online Versus Mode–a first for the series. It uses Rollback Netcode, which corrects lag between players, making for a streamlined experience online. And with 16:9 wide-screen support, AI and a training mode, you can fully enjoy this game in the comfort of your own home.
Main Game Modes
- Time Attack
- Local Multiplayer
- Online Multiplayer with rollback netcode
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