Early on the game, you will be introduced to play this game in two main modes that will be Versus and Arcade where you can get some coins for free.
The former consists of Ranked and Player match playlists, which will guide you to showcase the sturdiness of Paul Phoenix’s tubular tresses online.
On the other side, the classic coin-op mode will allow you to fight against enemies with challenging computer-controlled opponents.
In order to play for further, you need coins in order to properly restock your supplies.
Furthermore, with all coins you have, you can enter whichever game modes you like.
Later on this game, you will get involved in many fights in which you will also earn gift points, that you can use to unlock a random character at certain prerequisite.
And with gift points you have accrued will allow you to add new fighters to your library, giving you fresh personalities to power up.
The first character requires 1,000 gift points
The second requires 7,000
The third requires 30,000
And each additional character except them will need another 30,000 gift points.
Characters that you can unlock including veterans such as Marshall Law and Jack, as well as some newcomers like Alisa and Lars.
As you progress, you will get a chance to power up your characters.
At this point, skills points and in-game gold can be invested into three distinct categories namely Power, Endurance, and Vigor.
Then you can upgrade each of your fighters independently so that you can build a library of tanks, hard-hitters, and good all-rounders.
Moreover, these abilities can be reassigned by purchasing drinks, so that you can experiment with each star’s statistics until you meet your playstyle with your characters.
In addition, a timer counts down to your next free coin while you are sharpening your skills in the recently added training mode
Meanwhile, the online options will allow you to filter your opponents by level in this game.