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'''''Shaq Fu 2''''' is a 2D fighting game that was being developed by the now-defunct Delphine Software International for Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo.<ref>[http://www.bozocircus.free.fr//e_shaqfu2.php Shaq Fu 2 (original version) on BozoCircus.com.] Retrieved February 6, 2016.</ref> It was a planned sequel to the 1994 game ''Shaq Fu'' and would have had new fighters such as a KKK-like character, a girl with mantis hands, and unnamed demon creature. The project would be revived two decades later as ''Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn'', a beat 'em up game.
 
  
Only a few drawings and game design elements are known to exist, and no other details are known about it.
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'''''Shaq Fu 2''''' was a 2D fighting game that was being developed by the now-defunct Delphine Software International for Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo.<ref>[http://www.bozocircus.free.fr//e_shaqfu2.php Shaq Fu 2 (original version) on BozoCircus.com.] Retrieved February 6, 2016.</ref> It was planned to be a sequel to the 1994 game ''Shaq Fu''.
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==Existence==
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Besides a few drawings and some game design elements, no other details are really known. It's existence is only evidenced from a concept artist's portfolio, in which he states that it was cancelled before being put into production.
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Revision as of 16:28, 1 September 2016

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Character concept art.

Status: Lost


Shaq Fu 2 was a 2D fighting game that was being developed by the now-defunct Delphine Software International for Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo.[1] It was planned to be a sequel to the 1994 game Shaq Fu.

Existence

Besides a few drawings and some game design elements, no other details are really known. It's existence is only evidenced from a concept artist's portfolio, in which he states that it was cancelled before being put into production.

References