A massive improvement over the first Duel Toys. The graphics are better, the combat system is more refined, and the single-player mode is a lot more enjoyable. I like the Solar Lemon/Starjoy system and how it lets you be a little flexible with how your toys are controlled. The music gets the job done pretty well, but I kinda wish there was a larger variety of sound effects. I noticed that you use the same sound effect for virtually every projectile attack.
The AI is good - also better than the first game - but it's still a little weird in some spots. CPU opponents don't seem to be very good at blocking projectiles. I've been mostly playing as Morrigan (SL model) through the single player mode, and I can tear through CPU fighters like tissue paper because they refuse to block her Finishing Shower move.
Despite those annoyances, there's no reason for me to give this game anything but max stars. You've really shown us the true power of MMF2 with this gem! Comment edited by Spaceman Strife on 3/24/2010
First off, I loved the graphics style. It was vibrant, contrasted, and fun to look at. Though because the sprites were made in flash there were the black edges around them due to lack of alpha channels. I won't hold you against this, because I know it'd be a pain in the arse to add them on every sprite.
The musics were pretty nice and sometimes end up getting stuck in my head. Though I can't really give any critisism concerning them.
What I really loved were the huge ammount of characters available and special moves! Though the toys should've cost less arcade points later in the game, because not very many people want to keep going back to the arcade over and over again trying to get every single one.
I personally thought the combo moves and character infos should've been added into the game instead of on the official website (unless the new version has this, I didn't download it).
I found quite a few bugs and mishaps. Here're the ones I remember.
At the DTGP finals area, there are at least 2-3 people who show up as Lucius' mother and say "Have a nice day." Also at the DTGP finals, one duelist remarks the same thing as another duelist in the theater, concerning batman. When you fight the duelist in the DTGP final, it takes you to the theater
Overall it was certainly worth the download. Faved!
Sweet interface! Wait, he has five duel toys, why does he say he has four? =0
Sweet designs, love the details even in the models. Also like how if you just randomly go to the terminal by accident it saves the characters you chose.
God I suck at fighting games, especially on keyboard. Love the gears and junk coming out from a beating. This looks like a really great game so far, though I'll have to check out more, but I'm sure there's a lot more to see. Definitely worth downloading!