3.4

Sakura Wars: Columns 2

Release Date calendar
January 6, 2000
Platform joystick
Sega Dreamcast
Game Type type
Released
Max Players players
2
Overview

Following along from the first game, Hanagumi Taisen Columns 2 features a few refinements to the gameplay formula. The biggest change is the introduction of a battle mode selection system, allowing the player to choose one of four different styles to alter their character's gameplay. Forest is a balanced style which behaves like the rules of the previous game, with the player able to store up to three levels of super meter; Wind limits the player to only two levels of meter, but fills the meter more quickly; Mountain starts the player off with additional meter at the penalty of filling meter more slowly; and Fire allows the player to fill their meter to 4 but limits the maximum level of defensive attack to 2. Two additional modes are unlockable after completing certain story modes: Shadow, which starts with the player's meter completely full but with a major penalty to refilling it; and Lightning, which allows the player to fill their attack meter to 4 and grants a major boost to the speed at which they fill it, but prevents the player from using any defensive options at all. The visual novel story mode follows a similar plot to the first game, but this time focuses on a production of Shonen Red vs. Benitokage with the characters competing for the role of Shonen Red. An extra unlockable story mode becomes available once the player has unlocked the four secret characters and focuses on them specifically.

Alternate Names
  • Hanagumi Taisen Columns 2 Japan Japan
  • Sakura Taisen - Hanagumi Taisen Columns 2
  • 花組対戦コラムス2 Japan Japan
Wikipedia

No information available

Video

No information available

Cooperative

No

ESRB

Not Rated

Genres
Puzzle
Developers
Sega CS2, Tenky
Publishers
Sega Enterprises
Scroll to Top