The Rumble Fish 2 Trailer was released 2 months ago, and you might be excited to get your hand on the game, so your wait is over.
Dimps created a classic arcade game in 2005. This fighting game gained popularity because of its flawless graphics powered by S.M.A. And with the inclusion of new current-gen features, it’s even easier to play.
Release Date of The Rumble Fish 2
In Japan, The Rumble Fish 2 physical editions—standard and Collector’s—will be available exclusively for PlayStation 4 and Switch and will launch on the same day as the digital edition on December 8. The physical release will come later in the west, and platforms are yet to be confirmed.
Story of The Rumble Fish 2
It is the end of the twentieth century… A large-scale natural calamity devastated a country’s eastern region. It destroyed the financial sector and caused a massive loss of life.
The company PROBE-NEXUS, usually known as Probe, began rehabilitation work in that eastern area around the turn of the century. It was rebuilt with massive funds and cutting-edge technology. As a result, skyscrapers rival the old high-rises and the world’s largest retail mall and recreational facilities.
This was the spectacular birth of a new-century icon. Zone Prime was the title given to it. And now there was an area known as the slums in an underdeveloped part of its western block.
A Legendary Fighters Studio polished the battle mechanics to perfection.
Dimps’ first original fighting game, despite his involvement with many previous fighting games. It has proved popular among fighting game fans since its first release in 2005, thanks to mechanics that employ two gauges—one for offensive and one for defense—and smooth 2D graphics powered by S.M.A.
Smooth Model Animation
New Console / P.C. Features Deliver a Modern Gameplay Experience – The console and P.C. versions include additional features such as an Online Versus Mode, a series first. In addition, it employs Rollback Netcode, which reduces latency between players, resulting in a more streamlined online experience.
Finally, with 16:9 wide-screen support, A.I., and a training mode, you may fully enjoy this game from the comfort of your home.
The Rumble Fish 2, initially hosted by Japanese portal 4gamer, is hardly a subtle fighter, with bold, vivid colors, over-the-top players and movesets, and a literal cacophony of obscene, nearly indistinct sounds to accompany its hard-hitting action.
The two titles are set in a dystopian version of our planet, torn apart by corporate capitalism gone wild. The wacky sense of humor, anarchic tone, and characteristic “S.M.A.” (Smooth Model Animation) visual style characterize the game.
The Rumble Fish was the final gasp for good-looking, technically capable 2D fighting games in a post-Garou era before developers decided that 3D was the way ahead for all of the significant brawling-based IPs.
The trailer features some of the characters. Zen, Lud, Aran, Mito, Orville, and others illustrate how they attack their opponents with their attacks.