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  • Summary: Digimon Rumble Arena 2 lets you play as and against your favorite Digimon characters. The game features all the popular Digimon from all four seasons of the TV show, plus secret Digimon. Each Digimon has a signature move that can earn Digipoints and, with enough Digipoints, you can DigivolveDigimon Rumble Arena 2 lets you play as and against your favorite Digimon characters. The game features all the popular Digimon from all four seasons of the TV show, plus secret Digimon. Each Digimon has a signature move that can earn Digipoints and, with enough Digipoints, you can Digivolve and destroy your opponents. In locations ranging from icy glaciers to fields of fire, you can conquer the Digimon in single-player mode or compete against three of your friends in multiplayer brawls. Expand
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 8
  2. Negative: 1 out of 8
  1. AceGamez
    80
    A perfect example of turning something underrated into a great game. Its also embarrasses "Pokemon Colosseum" and its fuddy-duddy turn based approach, flaunting a more hands on approach.
  2. A decent fighting game with enough twists in the gameplay to set it apart from the pack.
  3. A good party fighter that fills in the vacancy found on the Xbox, while also offering Gamecube fans another option after they have had enough of "Super Smash Brothers Melee."
  4. It may not inspire players to sing praises of its innovation or unparalleled gameplay, but it is nonetheless an entertaining foray into the world of monster collection.
  5. It's a fun game for fans of "Super Smash Brothers" and a fun game for fans of the 2D fighters of yesteryear.
  6. Digimon: Rumble Arena 2 isn't a bad title if you are obsessed with the TV and toy counterpart; it has pretty good graphics, destructible arenas and decent enough multiplayer modes.
  7. Xbox Nation Magazine
    40
    Sadly, unlike the game Bandai tried so hard to copy ("SSBM"), 2 has no depth whatsoever. [Nov 2004, p.100]

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  1. BlueFalcon
    Nov 7, 2004
    7
    This is the closest any game has ever come to replicating super smash bros. With that said, it doesn't quite measure up. Although the This is the closest any game has ever come to replicating super smash bros. With that said, it doesn't quite measure up. Although the single player game is arguably more engaging here. Expand