In the sequel to the original world crossing adventure, legendary characters from Japan's most prolific video game publishers come together to create the biggest mashup strategy game ever! Developed by MONOLITH SOFTWARE INC., Project X Zone 2 gives gamers the opportunity to play as their favorite characters from a multitude of franchises and form teams of characters hailing from classic and current franchises and engage enemies through strategic turn-based battles.
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Ultimate Team Up – Team up with classic characters from dozens of the most popular franchises in video game history
Active Strategy Battles – Maneuver your characters into position and perform strategic attacks using different combinations in real time
SEGA Smash – Featuring characters from YAKUZA: Dead Souls, the “Sakura Wars” series and “Virtua Fighter” series and more from SEGA Interactive Co., Ltd / SEGA Games Co., Ltd
CAPCOM Commands – Featuring characters from Capcom's franchises including the “Resident Evil” series, “Devil May Cry” series and “Megaman X” series
BANDAI NAMCO Crossing – Includes characters from the “TEKKEN” series, Tales of Vesperia, and “.hack//” series from BANDAI NAMCO with more to come
Project X Zone 2 is rated
4.6 out of
Rated 4 out of
In your face!It's in your face! The graphics are improved enough, & the HUB screens are now more exaggerated. The movement is faster paced, but there is a lot more talking in this one. I do like the inclusion of a shop & more customization items, but the CP you earn per battle is so low. It's gonna be a bit before you can even upgrade the techniques of a team. I have only just started, so perhaps that's too early to judge, same with the attacks. The first one always gave you an extra attack if you used all the directions available at least once first. This one, so far, you only have 3 attacks. But again, maybe it's something that you can upgrade later. Still, if you were a fan of the first, you'll enjoy this one too.
Date published: 2019-06-26
Rated 5 out of
Project X Zone 2 ReviewLove crossover games a whole lot smash being of of my favorites. The games story is great, the games mechanics are better then the first one, and all the characters are fleshed out and interesting; I love this game series,
Date published: 2019-04-23
Rated 3 out of
OofMy main issue is how long it takes to acquire Dante
Date published: 2019-04-06
Rated 5 out of
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Valkrie Chronicles meets MvCvXA fun filled mess of your favorite characters and more! Funny filled action in the form of turn based, Combo chaining abilities with support hero's plays visually like MvC but is actually like Valkrie Chronicles ! The story is minimal to the map and the changing world but that doesn't stop this from being a great game filled with nostalgic characters!
Date published: 2018-09-07
Rated 5 out of
Somehow improved over the first game!I got Project X Zone (1) for Christmas many years ago and was thrilled; it was one of the most captivating and satisfying games I had for my 3DS. I invested hours in it. I was psyched to hear that a sequel was to exist as well!
Took me a while to pick it up, but when I got PXZ2 I loved it. The UI looks better, gameplay improvements have been made, features\things have been added, and it's more of that PXZ gameplay I love.
It's kind of a turn-based RPG fighting game. Like Fire Emblem or similar games, you control many 'units' on a grid field and spend turns attacking enemy units and navigating the map. Between levels, cutscenes tell the story of the game. Well, they're kind of cutscenes? Profiles of the characters are displayed over the playing field with dialogue boxes below. Unlike the previous game, occasionally the dialogue will include real voice acting, with the text in green to indicate.
At between-level "Intermissions" you can customize your units, change out equipment, enhance their abilities, look through the game's encyclopedia ("Crosspedia"), and more.
Levels can take a very long time to beat—I haven't gotten far, but in the original, some of the last levels could take 1-3 hours! But don't fret, a quicksave option is available.
One of the highlights of the game is its massive crossover nature (yes, bigger than Infinity War!), featuring characters from games from Nintendo, Namco, Sega, and Capcom! Phoenix Wright, Fire Emblem, Street Fighter, and more all lend characters. I haven't played every single game referenced (few, in fact!), but seeing characters I do know (Valkyrie, X [Mega Man X], Phoenix) interact is very interesting and satisfying.
Overall I love this game and love playing it, and I hope you do too.
NOTE: The game includes 3 save files and the capacity to hold one quicksave (deleted upon loading it). They are labeled with game progress but not name.
NOTE 2: The game is rated T for a reason. There's no blood, but occasional strong language (no F-bombs, but everything else is fair game) is present, and being an anime game (kinda), expect fanservice (read: boobs).
Date published: 2018-07-17
Rated 5 out of
A Game Worthy to playI bought this game under a week ago and just beat it. It took me 74 hours to complete the story. Its a really fun Cross-over game. I had never played the first Project X Zone game, and I have to say it was really fun. If you are unfamiliar Project X Zone or Project X Zone 2, the game is a turn based strategy game. The Overall story is alright. Definitely a fun title to play and enjoy, once. Lot's of innuendos.