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Tatsunoko vs. Capcom:Cross Generation of Heroes is an upcoming crossover fighting game featuring characters from the Japanese animation studio Tatsunoko Production and video game company Capcom.

Game will be release in Japan on the Dec 11th!

Will feature more heroes than the arcade version, and Tatsunoko Productions is handling the endings for the characters.

 

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Official Site

 

Confirmed characters

From Tatsunoko properties

Ken the Eagle Science Ninja Team Gatchaman Katsuji Mori

Casshern1 Neo-Human Casshern Daisuke Ono

Tekkaman Tekkaman: The Space Knight Katsuji Mori

Yatterman-12 Yatterman Eri Kitamura

Hurricane Polymar Hurricane Polymar Kunihiko Yasui

Gold Lightan3 Golden Warrior Gold Lightan Issei Futamata

Doronjo4 Yatterman Noriko Ohara

Karas Karas Endo Daichi

Hakushon Daimaō5 Hakushon Daimaō Tōru Ōhira

Jun the Swan Science Ninja Team Gatchaman ?

 

Notes:

1 Casshan is accompanied by Friender, who assists in some of his attacks and specials.

2 Yatterman-1 is accompanied by Yatterwan, who does his supers.

3 Gold Lightan cannot be teamed up with another character.

4 Doronjo is accompanied by Boyackey and Tonzra, who assist in all of her special attacks and hyper combos.

5 Wii-exclusive character.

 

 

From Capcom properties

Ryu Street Fighter Hiroki Takahashi

Chun-Li Street Fighter II Fumiko Orikasa

Batsu Ichimonji Rival Schools: United By Fate Nobuyuki Hiyama

Alex Street Fighter III Hiroki Yasumoto

Morrigan Aensland Darkstalkers Yayoi Jinguji

Sōki Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams Toshiyuki Kusuda

Rock Volnutt Mega Man Legends Mayumi Tanaka

PTX-40A1 Lost Planet: Extreme Condition —

Roll Mega Man ?

 

Notes:

1 PTX-40A cannot be teamed up with another character.

 

Videos

TvC 1

TvC 3

TvC 4

TvC 5

TvC 10

 

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glad this has been given a Wii release. I was worried it would be PS2 only. better order my Wii arcade stick..

 

Was reading on neogaf that capcom gonna have a hard time releasing this in the west due to the Tatsunoko license being so spread out..

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Who the hell are Tatsunoko? I'd rather Marvel vs Capcom 2 :(

 

Does Speed Racer, Gatchaman, Macross and Samurai Pizza Cats ring a bell to you?.

 

I find sad that alot of people are trolling the wii because this game isnt for 360/PS3.

 

Even if the arcade version is running a wii arcade base software.

 

 

New Trailer

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I'm just happy with anythingn Streetfighter coming to the Wii.

 

Edit: Thanks Dante for the trailer...OMG that looks sweeeeeet!

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I hope they increase the roster. It's pretty pitiful compard to MVSC2.

 

Any roster is pitiful compared to MvC2.

 

I don't think the roster is a problem (yet). They haven't announced all characters, have they? And the roster is already bigger than the original X-Men vs. Street Fighter.

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I posted in the other thread where we were speculating about what game this could be, and I said I checked on Wikipedia and found that Tatsunoko is Samurai Pizza Cats... if the Pizza Cats can be worked into this then its an instant buy!

 

A bit of Felicia from Darkstalkers would be nice too.

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Any roster is pitiful compared to MvC2.

 

I don't think the roster is a problem (yet). They haven't announced all characters, have they? And the roster is already bigger than the original X-Men vs. Street Fighter.

 

True, however I loved that game and liked all of the characters in it. I have no love what-so-ever for most of these.

 

However, despite my whines, I'll be getting this if it has classic controller support :) and please let it have online. If it doesn't I'll be very pissed off.

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True, however I loved that game and liked all of the characters in it. I have no love what-so-ever for most of these.

 

However, despite my whines, I'll be getting this if it has classic controller support :) and please let it have online. If it doesn't I'll be very pissed off.

 

Well, I understand.

But we just gotta give them a chance, right? I didn't know who Marth or Captain Falcon were before Melee, but they became two of my favourite characters in that game (not just fighting-wise).

 

Plus, after looking into some of the anime produced by Tatsunoko, I actually recognise some of that stuff. When I found out who "Ken the Eagle" actually was, my jaw dropped. I hadn't seen that show in ages!

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True, however I loved that game and liked all of the characters in it. I have no love what-so-ever for most of these.

 

However, despite my whines, I'll be getting this if it has classic controller support :) and please let it have online. If it doesn't I'll be very pissed off.

 

Yes, IGN are saying it will support CController. ^^

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I posted in the other thread where we were speculating about what game this could be, and I said I checked on Wikipedia and found that Tatsunoko is Samurai Pizza Cats... if the Pizza Cats can be worked into this then its an instant buy!

 

A bit of Felicia from Darkstalkers would be nice too.

 

Look like it wont because Samurai Pizza Cats was made with another studio like afew other Tatsunoko animes.

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So is Roll, apparently. She'll fight with her broom :heh:

And "Jun the Swan" as well.

 

I'm wondering where Strider Hiryu is...

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Boxart

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Gameplay Video from TGS

 

TvC calendar:

 

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So is Roll, apparently. She'll fight with her broom :heh:

And "Jun the Swan" as well.

 

I'm wondering where Strider Hiryu is...

 

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Modding & Importing this Chrsitmas oh man it feels so good is street fighter 4 out this year as well in japan?

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So there will be mini-games as well? thats cool. Does Tatsunoko basically mean anyone in the world of anime can join?

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So there will be mini-games as well? thats cool. Does Tatsunoko basically mean anyone in the world of anime can join?

 

...No. It means Tatsunoko owned characters can join. Tatsunoko is an animating company, like, say, Nickelodeon.

 

I believe the only well known Tatsunoko character to not yet appear is Speed Racer.

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So there will be mini-games as well? thats cool. Does Tatsunoko basically mean anyone in the world of anime can join?

 

No King V.

 

1960s

Space Ace (Uchuu Ace) (1965)

Mach Go Go Go (Speed Racer) (original) (1967)

Guzula (Oraa Guzula Dado) (original) (1967)

Dokachin the Primitive Boy (or simply, "Dokachin") (1968)

Judo Boy (Kurenai Sanshiro) (1969)

The Genie Family (Hakushon Daimaoh) (1969)

 

1970s

The Adventures of Hutch the Honeybee (Mitsubachi Monogatari Minashigo Hacchi) (1970)

The Funny Judo Champion (Inakappe Taisho) (1970)

Hippo and Thomas (Kabatotto) (1971)

Animentari Ketsudan(1971)

Saban's Adventures of Pinocchio (1972)

Kagaku ninja tai Gatchaman (G-Force: Guardians of Space, Battle of the Planets, Comando G: La Batalla de los Planetas) (1972)

Tamagon the Counselor (Kaiketsu Tamagon) (1972)

Demetan Croaker, The Boy Frog (Kerokko Demetan, U.S.: The Brave Frog) (1973)

Shinzo Ningen Casshan (or simply, "Casshan") (1973)

Shin Minashigo Hutch (New Honeybee Hutch) (1974)

Hurricane Polymar (1974)

The Song of Tentomushi [Ladybug] (Tentomushi no Uta) (1974-1976)

Time Bokan (1975)

Uchuu no Kishi Tekkaman (Tekkaman: The Space Knight) (1975)

Goliath the Super Fighter (Gowapper 5 Godam) (1976)

Paul's Miraclous Adventures (Poru no Mirakuru Daisakusen) (1976-1977)

Yatterman (or Yattaman) (1977)

Temple the Balloonist (Fuusen Shoujo Tenpuru-chan, a.k.a. Sabrina's Journey) (1977-1978)

Ippatsu Kanta-kun ("Home Run" Kanta-kun) (1977-1978)

Tobidase! Machine Hiryuu (1977 - with Toei Doga)

Kagaku ninja tai Gatchaman II (Eagle Riders) (1978)

Zenderman (or "Zendaman") (1979)

Gordian the Warrior (Toushi Gordian) (1979)

Kagaku ninja tai Gatchaman F (1979)

Daddy-Long-Legs (Ashinaga Ojisan) (1979 - TV special)

 

1980s

The Littl' Bits (Mori no Yoki na Kobitotachi: Berufi to Rirubitto) (1980)

Rescueman (Time Patrol Tai Otasukeman) (1980)

Muteking, The Dashing Warrior (Tondemo Senshi Mutekingu) (1980-1981)

Firebird (Yattodetaman) (1981)

Gold Lightan, The Gold Warrior (Ougon Senshi Gold Lightan) (1981)

Superbook Series One (Anime Oyako Gekijo) (1981-1982)

Dashu Kappei (Dash! Kappei, a.k.a. Gigi la Trottola, Chicho Terremoto) (1981-1982)

Gyakuten! Ippatsuman (1982)

The Super Dimension Fortress Macross (1982) (Producer credit only, show created by Studio Nue)

The Flying House (Taimu Kyoshitsu: Tondera Haosu no Daiboken) (1982-1983)

Mirai Keisatsu Urashiman (Future Cop Urashiman) (1983)

Itadakiman (1983)

Genesis Climber Mospeada (1983)

Superbook Series Two (Pasokon Toraberu Tanteidan) (1983)

Time Bokan: Oudou Fukko (1983)

Okawari Boy Starzan S (1984)

Super Dimension Cavalry Southern Cross (1984)

The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love? (1984) (Production credit only, created by Studio Nue)

Yoroshiku Mekadokku (What's Up Mechadoc?, a.k.a. A Tutto Gas) (1984-1985)

Honou no Alpine Rose (a.k.a. Judy and Randy) (1985)

Shouwa Aho Soushi: Akanuke Ichiban (1985)

Robotech An adaptation of Macross, Southern Cross, and Mospeada] (1985)

Hikari no Densetsu (Legend of Light, Tale of Hikari, a.k.a. Hilary, Cynthia ou le rythme de la vie, Piruetas) (1986)

Doteraman (1986)

Outlanders (animated by AIC on Tatsunoko's behalf; is not listed on Tatsunoko's website) (1986)

Akai Kodan Zillion (1987)

Guzula (color remake) (1987)

Shurato (Tenkū Senki Shurato) (1989)

Konchū Monogatari: Minashigo Hutch (new series) (1989)

 

1990s

Samurai Pizza Cats (Kyatto Ninden Teyande) (1990)

Robin Hood no Daibōken (1990)

Tenkuu Senki Shurato: Sousei e no Antou (1991)

Uchu no Kishi Tekkaman Blade (Space Knight Tekkaman Blade; Teknoman in the U.S.) (1992)

Casshan: Robot Hunter (1993)

Video Girl Ai (1993; produced by IG Tatsunoko)

Time Bokan: Oudou Fukko (Episode 2) (1994)

Shirayuki-hime no Densetsu ("The Legend of Princess Snow White") (1994)

Tekkaman Blade II (1994)

Gatchaman (1994)

Dokkan! Robotendon (1995)

Neon Genesis Evangelion (1995, animation co-production with Gainax)

Cinderella Monogatari (1996)

New Hurricane Polymar (1996)

Mach Go Go Go (Speed Racer X) (1997)

Generator Gawl (1998)

Seikimatsu Densetsu: Wonderful Tatsunoko Land (1999)

 

2000s

Time Bokan 2000: Kaitou Kiramekiman (2000)

The SoulTaker (2001)

Yobarete Tobedete! Akubi-chan (2001; spinoff of Hakushon Daimao)

Nurse Witch Komugi (co-production with Kyoto Animation) (2002)

Karas (2005) - Tatsunoko's 40th Anniversary work

Yatterman (2008; Remake of 1977 Series)

Casshern Sins (2008; Remake of 1972 Series)

 

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Look like it wont because Samurai Pizza Cats was made with another studio like afew other Tatsunoko animes.

 

What? That's a huge pity Dante.

 

I looked at the boxart and I see Morrigan... but no Felicia? Lets hope she's unlockable.

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...No. It means Tatsunoko owned characters can join. Tatsunoko is an animating company, like, say, Nickelodeon.

 

I believe the only well known Tatsunoko character to not yet appear is Speed Racer.

 

Ahhh, I see. (crosses Vegeta off list). ;) This is what i like from capcom, a nice unique game for the Wii which is (IMO), equal to SF4.

 

No King V.

 

1960s

Space Ace (Uchuu Ace) (1965)

Mach Go Go Go (Speed Racer) (original) (1967)

Guzula (Oraa Guzula Dado) (original) (1967)

Dokachin the Primitive Boy (or simply, "Dokachin") (1968)

Judo Boy (Kurenai Sanshiro) (1969)

The Genie Family (Hakushon Daimaoh) (1969)

 

1970s

The Adventures of Hutch the Honeybee (Mitsubachi Monogatari Minashigo Hacchi) (1970)

The Funny Judo Champion (Inakappe Taisho) (1970)

Hippo and Thomas (Kabatotto) (1971)

Animentari Ketsudan(1971)

Saban's Adventures of Pinocchio (1972)

Kagaku ninja tai Gatchaman (G-Force: Guardians of Space, Battle of the Planets, Comando G: La Batalla de los Planetas) (1972)

Tamagon the Counselor (Kaiketsu Tamagon) (1972)

Demetan Croaker, The Boy Frog (Kerokko Demetan, U.S.: The Brave Frog) (1973)

Shinzo Ningen Casshan (or simply, "Casshan") (1973)

Shin Minashigo Hutch (New Honeybee Hutch) (1974)

Hurricane Polymar (1974)

The Song of Tentomushi [Ladybug] (Tentomushi no Uta) (1974-1976)

Time Bokan (1975)

Uchuu no Kishi Tekkaman (Tekkaman: The Space Knight) (1975)

Goliath the Super Fighter (Gowapper 5 Godam) (1976)

Paul's Miraclous Adventures (Poru no Mirakuru Daisakusen) (1976-1977)

Yatterman (or Yattaman) (1977)

Temple the Balloonist (Fuusen Shoujo Tenpuru-chan, a.k.a. Sabrina's Journey) (1977-1978)

Ippatsu Kanta-kun ("Home Run" Kanta-kun) (1977-1978)

Tobidase! Machine Hiryuu (1977 - with Toei Doga)

Kagaku ninja tai Gatchaman II (Eagle Riders) (1978)

Zenderman (or "Zendaman") (1979)

Gordian the Warrior (Toushi Gordian) (1979)

Kagaku ninja tai Gatchaman F (1979)

Daddy-Long-Legs (Ashinaga Ojisan) (1979 - TV special)

 

1980s

The Littl' Bits (Mori no Yoki na Kobitotachi: Berufi to Rirubitto) (1980)

Rescueman (Time Patrol Tai Otasukeman) (1980)

Muteking, The Dashing Warrior (Tondemo Senshi Mutekingu) (1980-1981)

Firebird (Yattodetaman) (1981)

Gold Lightan, The Gold Warrior (Ougon Senshi Gold Lightan) (1981)

Superbook Series One (Anime Oyako Gekijo) (1981-1982)

Dashu Kappei (Dash! Kappei, a.k.a. Gigi la Trottola, Chicho Terremoto) (1981-1982)

Gyakuten! Ippatsuman (1982)

The Super Dimension Fortress Macross (1982) (Producer credit only, show created by Studio Nue)

The Flying House (Taimu Kyoshitsu: Tondera Haosu no Daiboken) (1982-1983)

Mirai Keisatsu Urashiman (Future Cop Urashiman) (1983)

Itadakiman (1983)

Genesis Climber Mospeada (1983)

Superbook Series Two (Pasokon Toraberu Tanteidan) (1983)

Time Bokan: Oudou Fukko (1983)

Okawari Boy Starzan S (1984)

Super Dimension Cavalry Southern Cross (1984)

The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love? (1984) (Production credit only, created by Studio Nue)

Yoroshiku Mekadokku (What's Up Mechadoc?, a.k.a. A Tutto Gas) (1984-1985)

Honou no Alpine Rose (a.k.a. Judy and Randy) (1985)

Shouwa Aho Soushi: Akanuke Ichiban (1985)

Robotech An adaptation of Macross, Southern Cross, and Mospeada] (1985)

Hikari no Densetsu (Legend of Light, Tale of Hikari, a.k.a. Hilary, Cynthia ou le rythme de la vie, Piruetas) (1986)

Doteraman (1986)

Outlanders (animated by AIC on Tatsunoko's behalf; is not listed on Tatsunoko's website) (1986)

Akai Kodan Zillion (1987)

Guzula (color remake) (1987)

Shurato (Tenkū Senki Shurato) (1989)

Konchū Monogatari: Minashigo Hutch (new series) (1989)

 

1990s

Samurai Pizza Cats (Kyatto Ninden Teyande) (1990)

Robin Hood no Daibōken (1990)

Tenkuu Senki Shurato: Sousei e no Antou (1991)

Uchu no Kishi Tekkaman Blade (Space Knight Tekkaman Blade; Teknoman in the U.S.) (1992)

Casshan: Robot Hunter (1993)

Video Girl Ai (1993; produced by IG Tatsunoko)

Time Bokan: Oudou Fukko (Episode 2) (1994)

Shirayuki-hime no Densetsu ("The Legend of Princess Snow White") (1994)

Tekkaman Blade II (1994)

Gatchaman (1994)

Dokkan! Robotendon (1995)

Neon Genesis Evangelion (1995, animation co-production with Gainax)

Cinderella Monogatari (1996)

New Hurricane Polymar (1996)

Mach Go Go Go (Speed Racer X) (1997)

Generator Gawl (1998)

Seikimatsu Densetsu: Wonderful Tatsunoko Land (1999)

 

2000s

Time Bokan 2000: Kaitou Kiramekiman (2000)

The SoulTaker (2001)

Yobarete Tobedete! Akubi-chan (2001; spinoff of Hakushon Daimao)

Nurse Witch Komugi (co-production with Kyoto Animation) (2002)

Karas (2005) - Tatsunoko's 40th Anniversary work

Yatterman (2008; Remake of 1977 Series)

Casshern Sins (2008; Remake of 1972 Series)

 

Ah, ok, only heard a handful of those shows but thats cool. IGN are stating that Lost planet and Onimusha characters will also be in... :yay: (But i really want Ken in as well).

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