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Fatal Fury 2: The New Battle (1993)

Battle Fighters Garou Densetsu 2 (original title)
Terry Bogart must overcome his own alcoholism to face a foe more powerful than any he's faced before.

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Terry Bogard (voice)
Peter Wilds ...
Andy Bogard (voice)
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Joe Higashi (voice)
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Tony (voice)
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Mai Shiranui (voice)
French Tickner ...
Jubei Yamada (voice)
Paul Dobson ...
Wolfgang Krauser (voice)
Ward Perry ...
Geese Howard (voice)
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Kim Kaphwan (voice)
Mina E. Mina ...
Tung Fu Rue (voice) (as Mina Mina)
Willow Johnson ...
Lily McGuire (voice)
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Elza (voice) (as Linda Boyd)
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Axel Hawk (voice)
Robert O. Smith ...
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Chris Turner ...
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Terry is fighting abroad when a boy named Tony, who wants to be Terry's student, follows him despite his mother and Terry's wishes. When Terry Bogart is defeated by a foe more powerful than he's ever seen before, Terry falls into depression and turns to the bottle. While his friends go after this new foe Tony must restored Terry's faith... and once he realizes that only he can defeat this ruthless fiend. Written by Kai-18

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According to an interview, character designer Masami Obari came up with the idea of casting Hirotaka Suzuoki as the voice of Krauser. He also made the anime version of Krauser much younger than the video game version as he wanted the character to be more of an "evil" Terry than "Uncle Krauser." See more »

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Followed by Fatal Fury: The Motion Picture (1994) See more »

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A must for KOF fans
22 April 2001 | by See all my reviews

Not a revolutionary animated movie by any means but this sequel to Fatal Fury has a reasonably good story and interesting characters. The color scheme is bright and easy on the eye and the animation style is better than most Japanese anime in which everyone looks like Asian/American to appeal to both audiences.

I thought that Krauser was a cool bad guy and, for once, one that I doubted the hero (Terry Bogard) couldn't defeat so easily. His costume was a bit excessive and it is hard to believe that he could be so agile under such a suit but one can overlook such a flaw easily.

Terry's brother Andy returns and so does Joe Higashi but it's the 2 new characters that are the best thing about this movie. Kim is a teenage boy who idolizes Terry and considers him to be a real role model. But he is gutted when he discovers that Terry is just a burnt out drunk and will do anything for him until he gets back on his feet. The other new character is Mai and she is a very "bouncy" character if you know what I mean.

The fight scenes are very well thought out and vivid. Every punch and kick looks painful and the other heavies look pretty mean too. But we all know that in the end Terry is gonna beat the crap out of them. Just like the video game says…Terry Bogard is the King of Fighters.

But at 68 minutes you feel a little cheated. But with such a short running time there is no room for fat.


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