Shadow Fight 2 joins the large catalogue of fighting games on the Nintendo Switch in a genre that has a lot of competition. While this may not be the finest masterpiece ever done, Shadow Fight 2 features an original gameplay which coupled with its art style, can make this a fun and enjoyable experience, despite its disappointing single player mode.
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The RPG element of the armour carefully concocts with your fighting ability, especially in terms of timing and counter-attacks that will be sure to lead to great satisfaction and an urge to keep playing to progress further.
On a platform that already has a pretty solid fighting game lineup, Shadow Fight 2 is a pleasant surprise. The fighting system is different from most games, but if you can deal with its slower flow, you'll find some fun here. The presentation is muted in places but still interesting, and even though some parts of the campaign can feel like a slog, you'll get your money's worth. Shadow Fight 2 won't be your main squeeze, but it can be a good cooldown offering to play between some other fighting games.
Shadow Fight 2 is a game with quite a bit to like, a fact that seems to only exacerbate its disappointments.