Perspective: Side view
Visual: 2D scrolling
Gameplay: Beat 'em up / Brawler, Martial Arts
Published by: Capcom U.S.A.
Developed by: Capcom Co.
Platform: Super Nintendo (SNES)
The second part of the legendary Beat-Em-Up series on Super Nintendo. For some reason, only Haggar got accustomed to this series, and its long-standing heroes Guy and Cody turned out to be replaceable, although they are the most preferred characters. Instead, in this part there is a beautiful Maki and some other ninja Carlos, whose fighting style differs from Guy only by the presence of a sword. Maki is gaining sympathy in the first few seconds, and instead of Carlos, Guy or Cody could well have left. But, one way or another, Beat-Em-Up is very good. Graphics and music have become better than the first games on this console. This is probably the only game in the series where the action will take place not in the fictional city of Metro City, but in real-worldly different parts of the world. Heroes will chase a dangerous criminal, inducing a rustle in a criminal web that has enveloped many cities. The combat system does not have any special refinement in itself, but the Beat-Em-Up looks very good.