Power Stone 2

Power Stone 2

  • Publisher
    Eidos Interactive Europe
  • Developer
    Capcom
  • Release date
    27 Apr 2000

is a multiplayer fighting game that built on the innovative gameplay introduced by its predecessor, Power Stone. Power Stone 2 allows up to four players to choose from multiple characters and utilize items such as tables, chairs, and rocks in battle. There are four different modes available for the game 1-on-1: Much like the original Power Stone, a two-character storyline game. Arcade: A four-character storyline game, with two characters advancing each round. Original: Multiplayer mode, with free choice of characters and stages. Adventure: An unpredictable storyline game, where players can collect items, cards and money. Power Stone 2 offers five interactive 3-D stages to begin with, plus the two boss stages which players can also access in Original mode. All but the Original mode is played out like a storyline, where two battles are fought on the regular stages, followed by the Pharaoh Walker boss, then another battle, and ending with the Dr. Erode boss stage. Three extra stages may be unlocked for Original mode by meeting certain requirements in Arcade mode, as well as a desert area stage, which is essentially the Pharaoh Walker boss stage, but without the boss. Though each player has their own set of default ground and air attacks, the character can execute more powerful fusion attacks after collecting three Power Stones and transforming. Power Stone 2 does not offer an opportunity to block, although tapping on the control pad just before an enemy attacks will cause you to dodge. Most of the stages are dynamic and will change as the battle progresses. For example, the airplane stage starts out on a warplane. After a set amount of time, the plane will fall apart, forcing all the players to battle while skydiving toward the ground. Shortly after, the players will fall onto a floating platform, where the remainder of the battle will be held. This, in essence, creates three sub-stages within a single one. Each stage is also littered with item boxes, which hold a random item that a player has acquired and unlocked in Adventure mode or created in the Item Shop. They may also contain Power Stones. Items are extremely diverse. Damaging items range from guns, flamethrowers, gigantic hammers, a wide assortment of swords, to bear traps, roller blades, and even a magazine that can be thrown. Non-damaging items include food that will replenish health, shields for defense, elixirs for invisibility, adhesive sprays to slow your opponents, and wings for extra jumps. Cards that can be used to mix items can also be found in Adventure mode. Furthermore, most stages also have their own collection of unique items and fixtures that the player can use. For example, the submarine level comes with turrets, small planes to drop bombs, and icebergs to throw at opponents. Each level is also highly interactive, as players can use many of the stage elements themselves. All players can also gain extra height by jumping off a wall.

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AGM score 86%
IGN 9
GameSpot 8
Metacritic 87
tank
e3 2000
health
missile
explosion
machine gun
corrupt government
bomb
gun
melee
villain
grenade
objective-based team gameplay
polygonal 3d
ninja
robots
crate
rocket launcher
destructible environment
sequel
high score
pick ups
martial arts
fighting
hand-to-hand combat
boxing glove
mustache
game over
hammer
shotgun
baseball bat
molotov cocktail
character growth
time limit
door
critical hit
hamburger
voice acting
mech
coin
bullet
ranking system
double jump
special attacks
gloves
platform fighting
linear gameplay
e3 1999
wall jump
boss fight
bosses
jump
pipe
explosives
secret area
final boss
sword
fire
level selection
shield
transformations
world map
fish
book
shopping
hat
collectibles
cooperative play
4 player co-op
key
treasure chest
bottle
slashing weapons
player character
laser
blunt weapons
boss pattern
multiple endings
traps
meat
cake
spear
flamethrower
gold
armor
stone
samurai
shuriken
revive
axe
evil laugh
temporary invincibility
vore
elements
airship
apple
banana
difficulty level
alternate costumes
healing food
environment as weapons
dragons
umbrella
triple jump
life drain
combo
juggling
flawless victory
flowers
crystal
bandages
cheese
item box
trident
bubble
cat
finishing move
alternate form
cure ailment potion
lightning bolt
tennis racquet
cheat code
knock out
crown
fan
teenager
character select screen
scythe
item combination
continue
giant axe
rod
self destruct sequence
fireworks
flattening
catapult
beam sword
ray gun
bunny hood
riceball
alchemy pot
cowboy
kung fu
aerial combat
homing missile
tranquilizer
spray paint
izuna drop
roast chicken
sudden death
skateboard
swordmaster
inline skates
sega naomi
vmu support
card collection
go arrow
multi-tier combat
unknown age
power stones
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About Power Stone 2

Power Stone 2 is released by Eidos Interactive Europe in 27 Apr 2000. The game is designed by Capcom. Power Stone 2 is a typical representative of the Fighting genre. Playing Power Stone 2 is a pleasure. It does not matter whether it is the first or a millionth hour in Fighting, there will always be room for something new and interesting. Thrilling levels and gameplay Power Stone 2 will not leave anyone indifferent. The complexity of gameplay increases with each new level and does not let any player get bored.

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Power Stone 2 is perfect for playing alone or with friends.

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