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Ready 2 Rumble Boxing: Round 2 (Dreamcast)

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Title Screen

Ready 2 Rumble Boxing: Round 2

Developer: Midway Games
Publisher: Midway Games
Platform: Dreamcast
Released in US: October 23, 2000
Released in EU: October 2000


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The wackier Dreamcast sequel to Midway's already wacky 1999 boxing sim, featuring refined controls, new characters and combos, and a slew of official (and unofficial) celebrity guest fighters; most notably Michael Jackson, who made his last international appearance on the Dreamcast with this game.

Unused Music

Hmmm...
To do:
  • There's another unused song that carried over from the first game (where it was also unused), but I don't have the rip of it any more. There's also one more track I'm trying to verify if it gets used at all in the game.
  • I think this audio is in the PS2 version as well, but I can't rip it for the life of me.

Round 2 has quite a few tracks that are either unused variants of existing tracks, or were carried over from the first game:

Audio Description
While a faster and edited looping variant of this track is used for when the player beats either Arcade or Championship Mode, this version is never used anywhere in game.
What seems to be an extended version of the victory jingle, but also seems to take cues from the "Level 3 Rumble" theme. Regardless, it's not used anywhere in the game.
An alternate mix of the main menu theme. Features more horns and slightly harder bass and drums, and the crowd noise fades out near the end. Like the victory theme above, it doesn't loop.
A carryover from the first game, this credits theme goes unused due to Round 2 using a brand new theme.
An unused rap song. Unknown what it was meant for, though the lyrics seems to relate to Butcher Brown. The song fades out early into the first verse, so it's unknown how long the full version would have been.