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Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars
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European cover art, with Ryu and Chun-Li on the left, Ken the Eagle and Jun the Swan on the right, and the rest of the Capcom and Tatsunoko cast to their respective sides in the background.
Developer(s) Capcom / 8ing
Publisher(s) Capcom
Platform(s) Arcade, Wii
Release date NA January 26, 2010
JP January 28, 2010
EU January 29, 2010
AUS February 4, 2010
Genre(s) Fighting
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer, online multiplayer
Rating(s) CERO: B
BBFC: 12
ESRB: T
PEGI: 12+
ACB: PG
Input methods 8-way joystick, 4 buttons, Wii Remote, Classic Controller, Gamecube Controller
Arcade system Proprietary Wii-based arcade board

Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars is a fighting game released internationally for the Wii in 2010. This is an updated version of Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Cross Generation of Heroes, which has Wi-Fi. Five new playable characters are available, three from Tatsunoko Productions and two from Capcom, but one Tatsunoko character from the previous version had to be removed. The endings have also changed; they are no longer animated. Licensing issues involving Tatsunoko characters had forced the original game to remain a Japanese exclusive, but after seeing the positive fan reception to the game, Capcom worked with Tatsunoko to deal with these issues leading the Wii game to be localized outside of Japan via the re-release.[1][2]

Like all crossover games made by Capcom, players are given the ability to use things that neither side could do before. Such abilities include swapping, assisting, crossover combinations and breaking from combos. The only thing that the Tatsunoko vs. Capcom series offers that's unique from the other crossover fighters is the ability known as Baroque.

GameplayEdit

See: Cross Generation of Heroes gameplay

ModesEdit

See also: Cross Generation of Heroes game modes

Like the original 2008 Wii version Cross Generation of Heroes, Ultimate All-Stars has a seven-stage Arcade mode leading in the end to facing final boss Yami from Capcom's Ōkami title, as well as time attack and survival modes where the player must beat every character in the game, and a two-player Versus Mode. By completing specific tasks or using money obtained throughout the game, the player may unlock secret characters, alternate costumes, character profiles, illustrations, and background music. Once purchased, the latter four are viewable in a gallery.[3][4]

However, time constraints and licensing issues have led to several differences and omissions between the two games. Original Games don't return with Ultimate All-Stars; instead, it features a top-down shooter mini-game called "Ultimate All-Shooters", reworked from PTX-40A's "AK Extermination Mission" mini-game, and defeating Yami will unlock icon items representing the winning character.[5] In addition, the character background music has been replaced with background music for each of the stages in the game, and some menu themes have been slightly rearranged. Furthermore, the animated movie endings have been removed and the still-image endings redrawn for the.

Unique to Ultimate All-Stars is Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection support for Vs. Mode competition over the Internet.[6] Online multiplayer matches may be played either with registered friends or opponents, or randomly selected participants. Players can choose from randomly selected opponents to be of a rank similar to their own. Rank is decided by battle points, which fluctuate when a ranked match is won or lost. Once a match is completed, players can add a consenting opponent to a Rival Roster for future matches.[7]

CharactersEdit

From Tatsunoko propertiesEdit

Introduced in Cross Generation of HeroesEdit

Character Origin Voice Actor
Ken the Eagle Science Ninja Team Gatchaman Katsuji Mori
Jun the Swan Science Ninja Team Gatchaman Kazuko Sugiyama
Casshan Neo-Human Casshern Daisuke Ono
Tekkaman Tekkaman: The Space Knight Katsuji Mori
Polimar Hurricane Polymar Kunihiko Yasui
Yatterman-1 Yatterman Eri Kitamura
Karas Karas Endo Daichi
Doronjo Yatterman Noriko Ohara
Ippatsuman Gyakuten! Ippatsuman Masayuki Katō
Gold Lightan Golden Warrior Gold Lightan Issei Futamata

Ultimate All-Stars exclusivesEdit

Character Origin Voice Actor
Tekkaman Blade Tekkaman Blade Toshiyuki Morikawa
Joe the Condor Science Ninja Team Gatchaman Isao Sasaki
Yatterman-2 Yatterman Emiri Katō

NotesEdit

1. ^ Casshern is accompanied by Friender, who assists in some of his special attacks and hyper combos.
2. ^ Yatterman-1 is accompanied by Yatterwan, who does his hyper combos. In Cross Generation of Heroes, if using his alternate color scheme, Yatterwan is replaced by Yatterpelican.
3. ^ Doronjo is accompanied by Boyakki and Tonzra, who assist in all of her special attacks and hyper combos.
4. ^ Gold Lightan cannot be teamed up with another character.
5. ^ Hakushon Daimao from the Cross Generation of Heroes roster was removed from this game in favor of including all three of the new Tatsunoko additions.
5. ^ Yatterman-2 is accompanied by Yatterpelican, who assists in her Level 3 hyper combo.

From Capcom propertiesEdit

Introduced in Cross Generation of HeroesEdit

Character Origin Voice Actor
Ryu Street Fighter Hiroki Takahashi
Chun-Li Street Fighter II Fumiko Orikasa
Alex Street Fighter III Hiroki Yasumoto
Morrigan Aensland Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors Yayoi Jinguji
Batsu Ichimonji Rival Schools: United By Fate Nobuyuki Hiyama
Megaman Volnutt Mega Man Legends Mayumi Tanaka
Kaijin no Soki Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams Toshiyuki Kusuda
Roll Mega Man Hiromi Igarashi
Saki Omokane Quiz Nanairo Dreams Yōko Honna
Viewtiful Joe Viewtiful Joe Shinji Kawada
PTX-40A Lost Planet: Extreme Condition (None)

Ultimate All-Stars exclusivesEdit

Character Origin Voice Actor
Frank West Dead Rising Peter Von Gomm
Zero Mega Man X Ryotaro Okiayu

Final BossEdit

Character Origin Voice Actor
Yami Okami (None)

NotesEdit

1. ^ Morrigan is assisted by Lilith during her Darkness Illusion hyper combo.
2. ^ PTX-40A cannot be teamed up with another character.
3. ^ Viewtiful Joe is assisted by Sexy Silvia during his Six Machine Cannon hyper combo.

GalleryEdit

VideosEdit

Tatsunoko Vs Capcom Ultimate All-Stars -- Opening02:36

Tatsunoko Vs Capcom Ultimate All-Stars -- Opening

Tatsunoko Vs02:32

Tatsunoko Vs. Capcom Opening Movie 2 with Lyrics

PAX 2009 TrailerEdit

Tatsunoko VS01:54

Tatsunoko VS. Capcom Ultimate All-Stars (PAX 2009 Trailer)

Frank West GameplayEdit

Tatsunoko VS01:35

Tatsunoko VS. Capcom Ultimate All-Stars (TGS 2009 Frank West Gameplay)

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit

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