Face your destiny! TITAN accepts your challenge! Are you ready?
The sequel to the famous Facebook smash hit with 40 million users!
From the creators of Vector: Shadow Fight 2 is a nail-biting mix of RPG and classical Fighting. This game lets you equip your character with countless lethal weapons and rare armor sets, and features dozens of lifelike-animated Martial Arts techniques! Crush your enemies, humiliate demon bosses, and be the one to close the Gate of Shadows. Do you have what it takes to kick, punch, jump, and slash your way to victory? There’s only one way to find out...
- Plunge into epic combat sequences, rendered in astonishingly lifelike detail by an all-new animation system.
- Devastate your enemies with delightfully intuitive controls, thanks to an all-new fighting interface designed especially for touchscreens.
- Journey through six different worlds full of menacing demons in this action-packed, adrenaline-fueled combat RPG with an immersive, intriguing storyline.
- Customize your fighter with epic swords, nunchacku, armor suits, magical powers, and more.
Shadow Fight 2. May the battle begin!
Ratings and Reviews
I really enjoy this game but I’m tired of having to play survival 1,000 times just to upgrade my armour to the next level and even worse when I do FINALLY upgrade my armour I’m like 5 xp away from getting to the next level so i have to get the amount of money bill gates has to upgrade just my magic. The game also crashes like the stock market in 1929, for example I,ll be fighting wasp and right when I’m gonna beat her the game crashes and I have to start over and then I lose like come on. I love this game and play it in class alot because my history teacher is sooooooo boring and I want to play it but when the game crashes 3 times in under 5 minutes it makes me want to erase everything on my laptop and throw it out of my window. There is also my problem with special weapons like when you get random challengers and you beat them and get their weapon you can only use it for the level you beat him at then you have to pay REAL money to upgrade a stupid spear (Which i didnt do) I got hermits swords and destroyed everyone with it i beat people who were impossible level and when i got to level 20 i had to pay
Dear lord, the bugs
Shadow Fight 2 has a great concept, decent progression, good graphics, and great variety, but the game is broke to hell and back. The keys often either lag or simply don’t respond, stunning an enemy usually doesn’t take effect until 10 seconds after you have applied it, many inconsistent and unreasonable crashes, useless wait times (they are only there to encourage you to buy the premium currency), and bots that respond to your moves instantly. The key lag/unresponsiveness is caused in part by the game, but also partially by my computer. If you do not want your computer to heat up to the temperature of the sun’s surface you have to turn the visual settings down to the lowest possible. The crashing is completely random, occuring even when I leave the game to sit in the store for a minute or two. The guy who said you don’t have to upgrade a thing is a liar, because if you don’t upgrade you can’t actually deal enough damage in the higher levels to K.O. the enemy before the timer hits zero.
I have very mixed feelings about this game. On the one hand, it has a really good game concept, and the mechanics and weapons are superb. On the other hand, the game crashes a lot, the bosses are super OP, you have to grind a ton, and the premium currency (gems) are integrated very poorly. I feel like this game got a lot of things right, but an equal amount of things wrong. The story isn’t really important to the game at all, and it certainly wasn’t keeping me on the edge of my seat during my hours of survival grinding. I have not spend a dime on this game, and because of that, I can’t have any of the best weapons, magic and armor. This part of the game should definately be fixed, and it detracts from the overall experience. I have not had as much of an issue with the game crashing as some other people, but it certainly happens, and especially at the later phases of the game (i.e. Wasp, Widow etc). Overall, this game is pretty solid, but has room for improvement.
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