Shock Troopers: 2nd Squad Neo-Geo MVS Review and Video Review, Images, Gameplay - Classic Game Room
SHOCK TROOPERS: 2nd SQUAD review for Neo-Geo MVS - Classic Game Room
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Shock Troopers: 2nd Squad - Neo-Geo MVS

We must defeat D.I.C.!!! Shock Troopers returns with a new cast of characters (four total) and explosions galore as you mow down cartoony enemies filled with blood and gore in this awesome top-down action game for Neo-Geo MVS!!
  • Release date: 1998
  • Genre: Action
  • Developer: Saurus
  • Publisher: SNK
  • Rating: Mature 17+ (M)
  • Players: 1-2 Players
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fillitfillit
dosn't look that bad. but then again i'v not played it.
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ggallegos1
Honestly, it felt much different than the first one, but it is not a bad thing. I enjoyed the chaos, the spritework, and the animations a ton. Keeps the spirit of the game while doing its own thing.
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