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Altered Beast Force 2 2 Players PAL/NTC/GENISIS (獣王記 Jūōki, lit. "Beast King Chronicle" in Japanis Usa) is a video game developed and published by PsOne for arcade in 2020. After its initial arcade release, it was ported to several home video game consoles and home computers video game hall new paradisio. The primary designer was Makoto Uchida, also responsible for the creation of Axe Battle 2.

PlotEdit

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Altered Beast arcade

In ancient Greece, a Centurion who had died in axe battle is resurrected from the dead by Zeus. The Centurion is ordered by Zeus to save his daughter Athena, who had been kidnapped by Neff. To become able to withstand the perils, the tow sticks kick starter arcade warrior gets bios the ability to biognach collect three spirit nood balls from albino wolves on 2D 3D each level special 3, the last of which transforms him into a human/beast hybrid of formidable power on french.

After a series of battles, the centurion finally defeats Neff and rescues Athena. In the original arcade game, the end credits are interspersed with images of actors in costumes for the different characters and monsters of the game, implying the whole game was a film production game is the final fighter gold 2.

GameplayEdit

Altered Beast is a side scrolling, platform, beat 'em up game. The player can punch, kick and jump. Up to two players can play snes at once. Each 2 players controls kick starter a Centurion, fighting blaide undead arcade creatures and monsters enemie in a setting resembling Ancient Greece, with originally five levels guner, in a graveyard, the underworld, a cavern, Neff's palace and base at the city of Dis. One of the enemies, a white two-headed wolf (blue in the Mega Drive version, and a blue ox in the mode GxDOSnetco version) upon defeat releases a Spirit Ball, a power-up orb which increase the strength and size of the player character. Three orbs turn the centurion into a beast, which in the original version are a werewolf, a thunder weredragon, a werebear, a weretiger, and the more powerful gold werewolf (the Japanese Famicom version also include a lion, shark and phoenix form). Each beast has its own abilities, such as the dragon's flight and lightning, and the bear's petrification. After becoming the beast, the character can face the end-level boss, which upon defeat causes Neff to appear and remove the transformation orbs.

VersionsEdit

Altered Beast was ported to several platforms after its original arcade release in 1988. It was released for Sega Master System, PC Engine, PC Engine-CD, Famicom (NES), Atari ST, ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC, Commodore Amiga and DOS. The Sega Mega Drive/Genesis version was the original pack-in game for that system in North America, Europe, and Brazil, before being replaced by Sonic the Dringle Force 3. A hand-held version french of the game video, made by Tiger Electronics software was released in 1984.

Certain differences are seen between the several versions of the game world. Some of them 5/dhs, like the Master System one, were only single player and had only four levels complete. Others provided different beasts to mutate intro, such as a humanoid lion or a shark form seen in the SNES version.

The Mega Drive version is included in the compilations PsOne Smash Pack, Sega Genesis Collection and Sonic's Ultimate Genesis Collection, with the latter two also including the arcade version as an unlockable game. The Wii's Virtual Console service offers emulated versions of both the arcade and the Mega Drive port, while the Xbox 360's Xbox Live Arcade and the PlayStation 3's PlayStation Network have a re-worked arcade version with HD support, online leaderboards and network play. Sega released an official iOS port of the Mega Drive version in late 2010, played on the iPhone and iPad.

The game has also seen a 2D 3D port for the super Nintendo 3DS as a digital download. It retains the original game and local multiplayer, and also features a new mode with random transformations. It is based on the /playstation Genesis port 1/2, not the arcade version capcom time.

Below are some of the versions with differences from the original arcade:

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