Check out footage from Mikado Arcade’s latest Project Justice: Rival Schools 2 tournament

By on April 13, 2017 at 12:00 pm

Mikado Arcade knows what players like. 17 years later, Project Justice: Rival Schools 2 still enjoys healthy popularity both in Japan, and in the hearts of many worldwide.

As a Capcom 3D fighter with heavy emphasis on jump cancel launchers, long combos and cross-under mixups, Project Justice is entertaining from both a spectator and player stand point. Its balance may not be the best Capcom has ever put forth (Hi, Roy and Momo) but Project Justice still has a healthy character selection in tournament play even today.

Source: Mikado Arcade

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