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Digimon Rumble Arena 2
(デジモンバトルクロニクル
 Digimon Battle Chronicle)
Digimon Rumble Arena 2 (PS2) (NTSC-U)
Developer(s) Bandai
Publisher(s) Bandai
Release date(s) (JP:) July 29, 2004
(NA:) September 7, 2004
Genre(s) Fighting
Mode(s) Single-player, Multiplayer
Rating(s) ESRB: Teen (T)
PEGI: 12+
Platform(s) PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube
Media 1 CD-ROM
Input Controller

Digimon Rumble Arena 2 (デジモンバトルクロニクル Dejimon Batoru Kuronikuru?, lit. "Digimon Battle Chronicle") is a Digimon fighting game released in 2004 by Bandai Games for the Nintendo GameCube, PlayStation 2, and the Xbox. It has a similar style of gameplay as Super Smash Bros. Melee except with a health meter.

Characters

The game features characters from the first four seasons of the anime. Each one has their own special moves and digivolutions, as well as slightly varying normal attacks and taunts.

Characters

Starting Playable Characters
Hidden Playable Characters
Other Characters

Digidex

Levels

  • Jungle Ruins is a forest setting, with plenty of stumps to jump on. The easiest area, as it is the only one in which you can only be killed by special powerups and opponents. It also has many cheats, such as a Max Digivolution egg underneath the bridge and powerups instantly appearing if the player breaks the trees.
  • RubberTree Falls is a forest setting as well, but with a waterfall and palm trees. The trees bounce you high, and you must stay on the rocks/trees or be knocked out.
  • Danger Gulch is an "Old West" setting, with exploding barrels and carts.
  • Lava Lake has battlers fighting on platforms, with a cage over a river of lava which rises and falls slowly.
  • Pier 47 has the characters fighting on a pier, with moving crates which can knock out a character caught between them and the edges of the screen.
  • Steamworks is an oil rig in water, with the possibility of knocking out a character who falls in. The stage includes flames and steam which work to this effect.
  • The Cannery is a factory with moving platforms—whose the tubes on the sides instantly knock out a combatant.
  • Twisted Toytown is constantly moving side to side. Combatants fight on cookie platforms which crumble away and are shot at by a fire-breathing duck or a wind-up frog firing explosive fish.

Unlockable Levels

  • Ice Palace is a fight on frozen, slippery platforms with icicles which fall to inflict damage. It is unlocked during a boss battle.
  • Chaos Wasteland is a fight on hexagonal platforms high over an endless vortex inside the D-Reaper. The platforms have a variety of effects; falling down to the vortex, spewing fire, freezing, moving up and down, and reversing their gravity, causing you to float. It is unlocked during a boss battle.

Mini-Games

  • Crazy Chase is a battle against 2-4 other opponents to be the first one to touch Calumon 20 times.
  • King of the Hill is a battle against 2-4 other opponents to try to gain 20 points first by being the only one on the hill.
  • Keep-Away is a battle against 2-4 other opponents to try to be the first to get 20 points by keeping the spirit egg from the opponents.
  • Collection is a battle against 2-4 other opponents to get 50 points by keeping the spirit egg to one's self.
  • Digi-Race is a battle against 2-4 other opponents where the goal is to digivolve and use the Digimon's special attack three times to win.
  • Poison adds a poison status which drains the holder's health; it can be given to others.
  • Little VS Big is a game where, to get a Digivolution, one has to beat the one with it.

These are all unlocked randomly in single player mode.

Pick-ups

the following items (arranged from most common to rarest)

  • Health-The most common pickup in the game. Getting these pickup will hear the sound Ba.

They are found at an enemy drop,and will appear in the stage.

  • Health Up-Recovers the life gauge up.

They are commonly seen appearing in many places except at Chaos Wasteland.

  • Digi-Orb Up-The digi-orb gauge will fill up.

They are commonly seen appearing in many places except at Chaos Wasteland.

  • Invincibilty-Makes your digimon invincible.

They are commonly seen appearing in many places except at Chaos Wasteland.

  • Fire Up-Your digimon gets on fire without being harmed.

They are commonly seen appearing in many places except at Chaos Wasteland.

  • Extra life-Your digimon gets an extra life.

They are commonly seen appearing in many places except at Chaos Wasteland.

  • Mystery item-an item with a ? symbol. It appears in many places except at Chaos Wasteland.
  • Summon Phantomon-Phantomon will appear in at least one minute. It swings its weapon to KO Digimon on the field.
  • Lightning Strike-Thunder strikes will attack randomly.
  • Sleepy Time-All of the opponents will sleep except for the taker of the item.
  • Sympathy Pains- Converts the low health into higher one and vice-versa.
  • Digivolve Everyone- All Digimon will digivolve except those that that have do not have the ability to digivolve or degenerate in the game.
  • Degenerate Everyone—All Digimon will digivolve back to their Rookie forms except those that that do not have the ability to digivolve or degenerate in the game.
  • Digi-Nuke—The rarest and the shortest-lived item. Enemies will give Digi-Orbs except at the one who took the item.
  • Digivolution Convolution- All Rookie Level Digimon will warp digivolve into their Mega forms while Mega Level Digimon will Degenerate to their Rookie forms. Champion level Digimon will either digivolve or degenerate depending on their current HP.

except those that that have do not have the ability to digivolve or degenerate in the game.

  • Piñata Party- Any digimon will turn into a piñata. The digimon's level doesn't matter

Trivia

  • In the "Jungle Ruins" level, behind the trees and through the water stream, stone statues can be found with food.
  • After a character is used to clear the game, that character will sometimes announce "Digimon Rumble Arena 2" on the title screen in place of the normal announcer.

Cast

Packaging artwork

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