Indie fighter “Battle High 2 A+” is now available on Steam

By on December 27, 2017 at 4:00 pm

“High school student” seems to be a popular fighting game archetype, so it’s not surprising that people would make fighting games revolving around them. The latest of these is Battle High 2 A+ from Mattrified Games and Point5Projects, which is now available on Steam.

The unique twist in Battle High 2 A+ is (aside from the fact that it isn’t set in a Japanese high school), is that every character, all either students or faculty at the “San Bruno High for the Elementally Advanced,” have some sort of super power.

The game itself is an update to the original Battle High 2 that came out in 2013 for Xbox Live Arcade, itself a sequel to the original Battle High: Elemental Revolt on the same platform. Originally released on Xbox One via XBbox Live Arcade on 2013, A+ brings with it 2 new playable characters, in addition to to the 4 added in Battle High 2.

Battle High 2 A+ can now be purchased for only $3.99 on PC via Steam, or Mattrified’s page. In the meantime, check out this trailer for the game.

Sources: SteamMattrified; via Siliconera

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