More Gameplay of Upcoming Battle Kid 2: Mountain of Torment

More-Gameplay-Footage-of-Upcoming-Battle-Kid-2-Mountain-of-Torment-Nintendo-NES-HomebrewAs a release date hopefully draws closer for Sivak Games' upcoming Battle Kid 2: Mountain of Torment, a new gameplay video featuring the first segment of the game has been uploaded to YouTube. With plenty of action to display, Battle Kid 2 continues to show why it's set to be the biggest Nintendo NES homebrew release of the year.

In an earlier post with Sivak's last video update, we highly recommended anyone yet to purchase the original Battle Kid to head over to RetroUSB to pick up a copy. The homebrew hit from last year still offers much more gameplay than the majority of the Nintendo NES library, with an insane difficulty to keep you coming back for more.

The latest video of the new installment in the Battle Kid series features snippets of the ingame dialogue feature, along with a look at the entire first level. Sivak's guided tour takes Timmy (aka Battle Kid) all the way up to the end of level boss, having ventured through the many tricky traps along the way.

Battle Kid 2: Mountain of Torment Gameplay Video

Stay tuned for more updates and hopefully a release date sometime soon.


Last Updated ( 19 July 2011 )  

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(Link to this comment) Nightowljrm 2011-07-20 22:58
Battle Kid 2 is going to be a great game (obviously). Sivak is a really impressive developer. I wish there were more homebrewers with his programming prowess. To be completely honest, I'm looking forward to Battle Kid 2; however... it's a shame that the epitome of NES homebrew is a masocore game. While that isn't a BAD thing, I find masocore games only worth playing once due to their extreme level of frustration. I wish Sivak would develop a game around the difficulty of Castlevania, Ninja Gaiden, etc. but with the same level of depth as Battle Kid. That's just me, though. Regardless of my rambling, or what I may think, the Battle Kid series is EXTREMELY impressive and deserves more attention than it receives.
(Link to this comment) Playgeneration 2011-07-25 19:29
The first Battle Kid may well be my favorite nes game. Its bloody hard though and it would be nice to see the sequel be a bit more forgiving where microsecond timed life or death movements are concerned.
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