Race Roulette - Mini Feature: Digimon Battle Spirit 2

 Two Digimen Duking it Out.
This was a very short game, taking less than an hour to complete the final boss in a single run; so it shall be treated with a Mini Feature. The game was a 2D-fighter that utilized platforming and the collecting of orbs to determine the winner. Much like a minigame in the first Kingdom Hearts game, the player must attack the opponent and collect the bulbs that fly off of them. Starting up the game, you get dropped into a player select screen and go straight into fighting with no instruction whatsoever. You must quickly learn who your favorite Digimon is and figure out how to use different moves on your own. I would presume that the game's manual would have this information,  but neither Dan nor I had access to one.
 
The game was difficult until you understood the basic mechanics, and then it was of a balanced difficulty. However, neither Dan nor I really got too into the game. It was alright, sure, but nothing beyond that. I don't see a huge replay value in it, but the sprite-work was pretty good and the gameplay was fairly smooth. I do also own the first Digimon Battle Spirit, which I personally find a lot more fun - mostly due to the characters. Maybe it was due to my experience in the first game, but I ended up winning this challenge too.
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 Two Digimen Duking it Out.
This was a very short game, taking less than an hour to complete the final boss in a single run; so it shall be treated with a Mini Feature. The game was a 2D-fighter that utilized platforming and the collecting of orbs to determine the winner. Much like a minigame in the first Kingdom Hearts game, the player must attack the opponent and collect the bulbs that fly off of them. Starting up the game, you get dropped into a player select screen and go straight into fighting with no instruction whatsoever. You must quickly learn who your favorite Digimon is and figure out how to use different moves on your own. I would presume that the game's manual would have this information,  but neither Dan nor I had access to one.
 
The game was difficult until you understood the basic mechanics, and then it was of a balanced difficulty. However, neither Dan nor I really got too into the game. It was alright, sure, but nothing beyond that. I don't see a huge replay value in it, but the sprite-work was pretty good and the gameplay was fairly smooth. I do also own the first Digimon Battle Spirit, which I personally find a lot more fun - mostly due to the characters. Maybe it was due to my experience in the first game, but I ended up winning this challenge too.