From Sega Retro
|System(s): Sega Dreamcast|
| Distributor: |
Virgin Interactive (EU)
|Peripherals supported: Jump Pack, Dreamcast VGA Box, Visual Memory Unit|
|Number of players: 1|
| Official in-game languages: |
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MDK 2 is the sequel to MDK, and was released (among other platforms) for the Sega Dreamcast in 2000, the Dreamcast version being the original development of the game.
Like its predecessor it is a third person shooter, though this time, as well as allowing the user to play as Kurt Hectic from the first game, he/she can also play as Max, a mechanical six-legged dog and the scientist Doctor Fluke Hawkins. Each have their own distinctive gameplay styles.
The name MDK is actually a meaningless codename, attached to the first game in conception and never replaced with a more appropriate name. Fans and the media have attempted to fill in the blanks, with the most popular being Murder Death Kill. The games frequently poke fun at this naming scheme.
MDK 2 is one of the few Dreamcast games to double up as a music CD, allowing the user to listen to the game's soundtrack.
The Dreamcast version of MDK 2 was originally set for release as a launch title in the US.
- Main article: MDK 2/Magazine articles.
|Sega Retro Average|
| Based on|
- File:ODCM US 06.pdf, page 111
- File:CVG UK 223.pdf, page 86
- File:DreamcastMagazine UK 07.pdf, page 60
- File:Hyper AU 081.pdf, page 60
- Edge, "May 1999" (UK; 1999-04-21), page 13
- File:ODCM US 02.pdf, page 56
- File:DreamcastMagazine UK 09.pdf, page 2
- File:Arcade UK 19.pdf, page 84
- File:ConsolesMax FR 11.pdf, page 118
- File:DreamcastMagazine UK 34.pdf, page 42
- File:Edge UK 084.pdf, page 82
- File:ROD ES 03.pdf, page 50