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Cobra Kai 2: Dojos Rising announced for PS5, Xbox Series, PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC

Bullet Club

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Cobra Kai 2: Dojos Rising announced for PS5, Xbox Series, PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC​


Due out this fall.



Publisher GameMill Entertainment and developer Flux Games have announced Cobra Kai 2: Dojos Rising for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC (Steam). It will launch this fall.

Here is an overview of the game, via GameMill Entertainment:

About

The Cobra Kai saga continues with Cobra Kai 2: Dojos Rising. Eagle Fang, Cobra Kai, Miyagi-Do—which is your dojo? That choice begins your journey, but then it’s up to you to recruit the most powerful team as you master your fighting style and battle to solidify your dojo’s legacy as the All Valley Karate Grand Champion!

Key Features
  • Exciting Game Modes – Jump into Story Mode and immerse yourself in an exciting new storyline that will have you fighting your way to the All Valley Tournament, or play Cobra Classics and relive epic moments from the show and more!
  • Select Your Dojo, Build Your Strength – Choose from Eagle Fang, Cobra Kai or Miyagi-Do dojos, and increase your skills by collecting chi and coins. Recruit and train new members to become the most powerful dojo and seal your destiny as the Grand Champion of the All Valley Tournament.
  • 28 Playable Characters – Play as your favorite characters from the show’s expansive roster, and use their special abilities and skills on your path to victory!
  • Increase Your Powers – Collect chi and coins to increase your skills. Recruit new dojo members and let their strength bolster your own as you build your dojo into a powerhouse.
  • Online VS. Tournament – Jump into online Tournament mode and compete in the All Valley Tournament. Fight your way to secure your legacy as the ultimate champion.

Visit the official website here.

Source: Gematsu
 

CamHostage

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How was the first one? It seemed pretty basic (and is a 3D side-on brawler, which not everybody likes,) but still might be a good button-basher if they did it right. Must have turned out well enough in sales, since the publisher doesn't go for sequels as often as you'd think for a licensed-game factory.
 

Bullet Club

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How was the first one? It seemed pretty basic (and is a 3D side-on brawler, which not everybody likes,) but still might be a good button-basher if they did it right. Must have turned out well enough in sales, since the publisher doesn't go for sequels as often as you'd think for a licensed-game factory.
I never played it but apparently it's fun but a bit buggy. The graphics look rough.
 

nikos

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Looking forward to seeing what this is about. Still need to get the first game at some point.
 

anthony2690

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It's a genuine shame how awful this looks.

I was really hoping after hot wheels unleashed (what is surprisingly a mega high quality title, especially for game mill) they would continue the trend and try put out higher quality titles, as hot wheels unleashed is their highest selling and fastest selling title ever too.

You would think that would incentivise, that a high quality looking and playing title would sell.
 
From a triple A lens this looks shoddy and unpolished, but I'm thinking au contraire this looks dynamic and somewhat original... gameplay especially in a quirky sort of way. You know the TV show is cheap in many aspects too, but it also has some real heart.

And that's the danger of going for 3D realism when there's a budget, it can end up looking like Shenmue 3. There's a sense here, however, that the team know their limitations and what the intentions are.
 
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