Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2 (NES) Playthrough – NintendoComplete

A playthrough of Capcom’s 1993 NES game, Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers 2.

Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers 2 is a pretty good follow-up to the original game. It feels a lot like how DuckTales 2 did compared to DuckTales, if that analogy gives you any indication of what to expect.

The sequel features the same game play as the first – Chip and/or Dale (2P simultaneous co-op is still here!) run through a variety of areas filled with hugely oversized items (you are playing as a chipmunk, after all), avoid and throwing stuff at a variety of robots and bugs, solving a “mystery” because they haven’t yet figured out that it’s always Fat Cat, no matter what. It’s a bit more linear than the original game – the map is gone, and there’s only one branching path that allows you to play the three stages leading up the the final one in any order. The graphics are much more detailed and colorful this time, and feature quite a bit less flicker and slowdown. The music is still good – not anywhere near as memorable, but good.

I really enjoy this one. I’d have a hard time recommending it at it’s current going price, but if you have a way of playing it without plunking down $250+, then do so. You’ll have a blast with it, especially with a friend.
No cheats were used during the recording of this video.

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38 Replies to “Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 2 (NES) Playthrough – NintendoComplete”

  1. this returns me back through the time
    ive played this every single day as kid, those were very nice days

  2. I too completed it..😎😎😎✌✌✌…it was my favourite game apart from super mario….and That Tank fight game

  3. gosh i remember playing this game after sahur aaaaall ramadan with my older sis. i always played as dale hahaha. i remember we got really spooked by the haunted mansion! back then i had no idea what the video game was about, zero english skill hahaha. so much nostalgic feelings! thanks for the video, very cool!

  4. That third stage was damn weird as hell for me… that boss was just whack taking sips of whiskey and blowing it at you

  5. Still one of the best sequels in gaming history for me. Let’s be honest that introduction of the flashing box was ingenious. I’d always laugh when the dude with the spoon hit it and it hit me dizzy

  6. As a kid I remeber that there was a way to play a basketball mini game in the sewers stage, did anyone remembers it? It was quite difficult to get it

  7. What are that statues on the ghost house? Bats? Gargoiles? Abd what are these thing on the doors? Gargoile heads?

  8. Wow after all of these years I never knew they made a sequel to this!! Definitely would have gotten this even though looking at this I still think the 1st one is better!

  9. Ah yes! Indeed one of the holy grails of the NES library. It's no little Samson mind you, but it's up there in value. Great game though. Glad I was an early adopter of this game! 🙂

  10. I don't understand how these playthroughs don't get more likes from the people that sit, and watch. Likes might not matter to the dude that runs this channel, but I see likes as a sign of respect. Respect to the time, and effort put into releasing content with consistency. Hell, just respect the fact that we're not told at the beginning/end of the videos to like, comment, share, and subscribe. Y'all should back a brother up.

  11. I always loved the music in this one, compared to the first one.
    Interesting note that the game uses Make Software's sound driver programmed by Akihiro Akamatsu, instead of Yoshihiro Sakaguchi's which to be honest… a million times better. 😛

  12. It seems weird that the newscaster mentions Fatcat by name. I was always under the impression that Chip n' Dale operated outside human notice for the most part.

  13. I just never sent any kind of comment here but I just had to for this one. It's a game connected to the weird side of my childhood. When me and my brother were very young our aunt would bring us all kinds of consoles and games from Japan and this was one of these things. Imagine two 7 year old kids playing games in Japanese. It was natural for us to not understand a thing. however, this particular game was the one we just couldn't stop playing. All of our friends would come over and play this thing together. It has been more than 15 years since we had it but even if I play this game today, everything comes back from muscle memory. Not to mention that even the language barrier couldn't stop us from loving this game.
    Thanks so much for uploading such videos, they sure bring some joy to my poor heart

  14. This one and tiny toon adventures were best nes games for me, especially this one 2 player was so much fun.

  15. Despite this worth an arm and a leg, this was one game I would've loved to play. This may not quite be as well known as its predecessor, which is still one of my favorite NES games. But nonetheless I do like the graphics and what-have-you. I read about this game in Disney Adventures magazine. Unlike the DuckTales sequel, I read about this in the magazine's video game section and not an ad in the magazine.

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