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Real Bout Fatal Fury 2: The Newcomers, released in Japan as Real Bout Garou Densetsu 2: The Newcomers (リアルバウト餓狼伝説2 THE NEWCOMERS, Riaru Bauto Garō Densetsu Tsū Za Nyūkamāzu, "Real Bout Legend of the Hungry Wolf 2") is a 1998 fighting game by SNK for the Neo Geo platform. It is the seventh game in the Fatal Fury series and the third game in the Real Bout sub-series, following Real Bout Fatal Fury and Real Bout Fatal Fury Special. The game uses the same graphics as Real Bout Special, but returns to the same fighting system from the original Real Bout.

StoryEdit

The Newcomers... Those who only want to ultimate power. It's never ending fight for all martial artists. New challengers are added and the gathering of wolves is held once again! The iron-fisted yet rude Li Xiangfei and Rick Strowd, the man who calls the wind. Will the abilities of these two people really be like no other fighter? And will Terry, Andy, Geese and the other regulars get their fighting in? Only the last one standing will truly earn their title as the best...

CharactersEdit

Returning CharactersEdit

New CharactersEdit

Mid-BossesEdit

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PortsEdit

Neo Geo Pocket ColorEdit

Fatal Fury: First Contact, a game loosely based on Real Bout 2, was released for the Neo Geo Pocket Color. This version adds a new character named Lao, who is playable in the game's Versus Mode only. Also, there are only twelve selectable characters: Terry, Andy, Joe, Mai, Kim, Yamazaki, Rick, Xiangfei, the bosses Billy, Krauser and Geese, and secret character, Alfred.

PlayStation 2Edit

Real Bout 2 is also included in the compilation Fatal Fury: Battle Archives Vol. 2. The version of Real Bout 2 included in this compilation has Alfred as a playable character.

StagesEdit

USA (Highway) — Terry & Rick:

Japan Tree — Andy & Mai: A sakura tree next to a warehouse.

Japan (Withering Night) — Sokaku:

Thailand — Joe, Franco & Bob:

South Korea — Kim & Tung:

Southtown — Mary & Duck:

China (Jam) — Hon Fu & Xiangfei:

China (Sanctuary) — Jin Brothers:

Hong Kong — Cheng & Yamazaki:

Geese Tower — Geese & Billy:

Stroheim Castle — Laurence & Krauser:

USA (Interior) — Alfred:

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