Cobra Kai 2: Dojos Rising Nemesis Edition

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For the aspiring karate master, sweep the leg with the Nemesis Edition of Cobra Kai 2: Dojos Rising.

Dominate and stun your opponents in the All Valley Tournament mode with 5 exclusive, playable boss characters, including Terry Silver. Then crank up the bass with a choose-your-own track Jukebox mode.

Strike first with this edition that includes: The base version of Cobra Kai 2: Dojos Rising, The Nemeses: Go to the mat and unleash the martial art skills of Terry Silver, Hammer, Bo, Gabriel, and Skeleton Lord in the All-Valley Tournament mode.

Jukebox Mode: Choose your track, rock out and punish your enemies with an all-original new score from the official Cobra Kai composers: Zach Robinson and Leo Birenberg.

Release dateNovember 8, 2022
No. of playersSingle System (1-4)
PublisherGame Mill
ESRB ratingTeen
Supported play modesTV mode, Tabletop mode, Handheld mode
Game file size3.9 GB
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There’s nothing at all wrong with Cobra Kai 2: Dojos Rising in terms of concept. An arena battler set in the TV show’s small world of dojos, shopping malls, schools and parks with a theme of recruiting a team on your way to a mega tournament is all well and good. But the quality is shockingly under par, and far poorer than the Switch hardware is capable of. One could argue being sloppy, confused, and trashy is very much akin to what the show is all about, but when we’re transcending mediums into the realm of video gaming, half-assing it doesn’t land the right kind of blow.

Nintendo Life

Cobra kai 2: Dojos rising finds the perfect direction for a great Cobra Kai game but doesn’t walk a single step towards it. With a dull fighting mechanism, bad menu design and some performance issues you will probably prefer to put the controller down and keep dreaming about the possibility of playing a good Cobra kai game someday.



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