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Cobra Kai 2 Dojos Rising


Cobra Kai 2: Dojos Rising is a fighting game that helps players build up their dojos in style. The 3D fighting game lets people recruit team members to train in their fighting methods and master the techniques to bring glory to the dojo.

Players can explore the Story mode or begin fighting other characters from the Cobra Kai show to relive epic moments. Train the strongest characters from the show to become the All Valley Karate Tournament Grand Champion. Choose from three exciting dojos and turn fighters into legends in the game. Take a look at these beginner tips to improve gameplay in Cobra Kai 2: Dojos Rising.

The coins collected on each stage in Cobra Kai 2: Dojos Rising can be used to unlock new skills. Players can unlock new skills by talking to the sensei in the dojos after completing each level. Cobra Hook is the most basic upgrade and costs 10,000 coins.

Players can increase the damage dealt by their upgraded moves after completing milestones for each attack. Finishing milestones can help players change the mastery of each move in the dojos. Make sure the characters have a few different moves to master before heading out to recruit new fighters in the fighting game.

  • The game loosely adapts the events of Season 4 of the series, and allows players to play as the star students and senseis of Miyagi-Do, Eagle Fang or Cobra Kai as they prepare for the upcoming All Valley Karate Tournament.Tropes: Adaptational Badass: Just as in the first game, players can use Supernatural Martial Arts to manipulate fire, ice, or, in a new addition, lightning, which none of the characters in the series are capable of doing.

  • Adaptational Jerkass: Occurs frequently due to Video Game Cruelty Potential. In the series, Daniel quite adamantly Would Not Hurt A Child, even if said child is a complete Asshole Victim and actively provoking him. Here, he can be made to enter the high school in the middle of the day and attack a bunch of teenagers with little provocation just to recruit new karate students.

  • Lampshaded when Daniel teaches the player ground attacks. Attacking a downed opponent is something Daniel would not approve of in the show, and he even sounds a bit uneasy about the idea before going ahead and teaching you anyway.

  • Adaptational Karma: In the show, Doug Rickenberger was a Karma Houdini for assaulting a teacher in the West Valley High School brawl and taking part in Cobra Kai's invasion of the LaRusso's house, being given only a two-week suspension like the other participants for the former and quitting Cobra Kai shortly after the latter. In the game, he ends up in juvie doing community service for his actions in the school fight.

  • Alternate Continuity: The game loosely adapts the events of Season 4 similarly to how the first game adapted Season 2, as well as ignoring the first game's ending, which deviated significantly from the show. Ultimately the winner of the All Valley Tournament is determined by the player, though the events of the game will differ from the series regardless.

  • Character Exaggeration: Several minor characters who act as mini-bosses have their most memorable moment or personality trait from the series expanded to the point of being their entire character. Edwin's most notable moment in the show is when he shows himself to be a skilled hip-hop dancer at Moon's party in Season 2. In this game, almost every line he speaks is about dancing.

  • In Season 4, Nate calls Robby a traitor for leaving Miyagi-Do when the dojos square off at the drive-in theatre, though he forgives him pretty easily when he returns in Season 5. In the game, he can't even be recruited for your dojo if Robby is already a member, and he avoids calling him by his name in favor of referring to him as "the traitor."

  • Fire, Ice, Lightning: Students of each dojo are capable of manipulating one of these elements: fire for Eagle Fang, ice for Miyagi-Do, and lightning for Cobra Kai.

  • Hated by All: Tom Cole manages to attract the ire of all three dojos by insulting karate in general, so that no matter who you're playing as you can take great pleasure in wiping the smug smile off his face and defeating him in a boss fight.

  • Supernatural Martial Arts: This ability returns from the first game. Miyagi-Do students can still conjure ice, while the ability to summon fire has shifted from Cobra Kai to Eagle Fang, since the fire motif was more closely associated with Johnny. Cobra Kai replaces this with the new ability to use lightning.



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