Shaman King: Master of Spirits 2 is the sequel to the Game Boy Advance game Shaman King: Master of Spirits that had been released in 2002. Konami decided to make a sequel to this game, released on August 2nd, 2005, supposedly only for the United States and Europe.


See List of characters in Shaman King.


Within this sequel, the player will once again go at it as the main character of Shaman King, Asakura Yoh. When it comes to the new unique features within the game, one such is being able to use defeated enemy spirits as allies to assist in the current battle. Konami incorporated a new feature that allows the player to attain more combos, special attacks, and abilities as the player progresses further into the game. Spirits can also be upgraded as well, rendering them more useful to get over in-game traps. When it comes to attaining various other spirits, it is known that some are needed to get through various levels and can be found in random places - usually hidden at times. When it comes to the graphics, it is known that they share the exact same level of quality as the previous game.


Review scores
Publication Score
<center>8.0 of 10
<center>GameSpy <center>4 of 5 stars
<center>1UP <center>5.5 of 10
<center>Nintendo Power <center>6.5 of 10



Gamespot - Shaman King: MOS2

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