Ryo continues his quest of vengence for his father. In his second outing Ryo must travel to Hong Kong to have a lethal face off with Lan-Di.

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Corey Marshall ...
Ryo Hazuki (voice)
Akasha Scholen ...
Shenhua Ling / Wong (voice)
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Wuying Ren / Gui Zhang Chen (voice)
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Xiuying Hong / Joy / Yuan (voice)
Jasmine Allen ...
Fangmei Xun (voice)
Paul Lucas ...
Lan Di (Cang Long) / Sam (voice)
Dean Harrington ...
Dou Niu / Yuanda Zhu (voice)
Matthew Barron ...
Larry (voice)
Robert Belgrade ...
Cool Z (voice)
Ryan Drees ...
Shuqin Zhang / Zhoushan Xuan / Zhangyu Kong (voice) (as Ryan Dress)
Steve Martin ...
Jianmin Tao (voice)
Lenne Hardt ...
Guixiang Lee (voice)
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Delin Hong (voice)
Amy Neil ...
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Angus Waycott ...
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Ryo continues his quest of vengence for his father. In his second outing Ryo must travel to Hong Kong to have a lethal face off with Lan-Di.

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The Saga Continues...


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Quotes

Ryo Hazuki: Remember that pain! Next time it will be worse!
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References Alex Kidd in Miracle World (1986) See more »

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Music Orchestration
Orchestra Arranged by Hayato Matsuo, Toshiyuki Watanabe
Orchestra Album Production: Hiroki Horio, Hideyuki Fujii
Conducted by Hiroshi Kumagai
Music performed by Kanagawa Philarmony Orchestra
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Just as the first
22 October 2001 | by (Brasília, Brasil) – See all my reviews

The opening is fantastic, with beautiful real-time graphic scenes, but is not revolutionary. Even with some mistakes and graphic failures, the graphic is excellent with a high grade of details. Women, main characters, motos and children are well designed, with good texture. Can not be said about the men characters. It is as good as the first, maybe better. If SEGA releases it in English, we, owners of Dreamcast, will be happy to continuing play the Saga to achieve it's end!


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