What makes the enhanced port of Monster Rancher 2 desirable? Official news! Monster Rancher 2 for Switch, iOS, and Android debut.
Koei Tecmo has released the debut trailer for the enhanced port of Monster Rancher 2 coming to Switch, iOS, and Android this fall for 2,820 yen in Japan.
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Koei Tecmo has released the first official information and screenshots for the newly announced enhanced port of Monster Rancher 2 due out for Switch, iOS, and Android this fall for 2,820 yen in Japan.
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The Fun of the Original Game Returns
Enjoy a Monster Rancher 2 significantly enhanced from the original Monster Rancher for Switch, iOS, and Android. Various elements and content have been enhanced, including 3D graphics, the “Part-Time Job” mini-game, and an increase in the total number of monsters from 200 to 400, the largest amount in the series. The “Slate Reproduction” feature from the original game also returns, allowing players to import their monsters from Monster Rancher into Monster Rancher 2.
*The method of monster reproduction via “Slate Reproduction” differs between the Switch and iOS / Android versions of Monster Rancher 2. You can only import monsters from the same platform. Depending on the type of monster, they may also change to a different type.
Enhanced from the Original
The port of the original Monster Rancher had bug fixes and fine-tuning from the original PlayStation release, and Monster Rancher 2 will go even further in that respect. Koei Tecmo gathered improvement feedback from series fans via the Monster Rancher series official Twitter account, and some of that feedback will be apparent in the game. The fun of the original game remains, but now with greater ease of play.
In addition to downloading and battling against monsters raised by other players, features such as the Bluetooth controller support and tournament mode added to the port of the original Monster Rancher post-release will be supported in Monster Rancher 2 at launch. Enjoy genuine monster battles. Also, like the first game, the Switch version supports local two-player battles with one Joy-Con per player.