• Publisher: Capcom
  • Release Date: Jan 26, 2010
Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars Image

Generally favorable reviews - based on 62 Critic Reviews

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Generally favorable reviews- based on 106 Ratings

Summary: Capcom's popular and critically acclaimed ‘VS’ fighting series is getting an all new next-generation introduction. Tatsunoko vs. Capcom pits Capcom’s iconic characters against Tatsunoko Productions anime superheroes. This clash of heroes face off in two-on-two battles for the ultimate 2D tag-team battle. Originally released in Japanese arcades in the Fall of 2008, the original Tatsunoko vs. Capcom moved to the Wii console on December 11, 2008. This fighter blends these two rich universes by taking Capcom characters like Ryu from Street Fighter, Morrigan from Darkstalkers and the giant PTX-40A from Lost Planet and putting them against Tatsunoko fan-favorite characters from Gatchaman, Hurricane Polymar, Casshern and more. It’s a battler oyale that delivers match-ups that only exist in fans wildest dreams! Unlike the more well-known six-button layout that the Street Fighter franchise pioneered, the VS line features a simplified four button system: Weak, Medium, Strong and Assist for the tag-team option of. The Assist feature adds another compelling element found Capcom’s other VS series: allowing players to switch their character on the fly or call for help from their tag-team partner, allowing for spectacular super moves (Hyper Variable Combination). Successful execution of the Assist feature can turn the tide of battle on a dime. Historically the VS series excels in integrating the tag-team options by including customized moves like Variable Assist, Snapback, and the previously mentioned Hyper Variable combination that lets both characters on one team perform their Hyper attack. TvC enhances the above gameplay with new mechanics, including the Variable Aerial Rave that allows characters to be switched in the middle of an Aerial rave. More moves include the offensive Assault and defensive maneuver Mega Crash. Another new gameplay mechanic, titled Baroque, illuminates the character in a rainbow of colors, cancels the current attack and extends combos and damage. Featuring a robust line-up of characters, the console version added four mini-games and optional control schemes. [Capcom]
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Rating: T
Official Site: http://tatsunoko.vscapcom.com/
Developer: Eighting
Genre(s): Action, Fighting, Fighting, 2D, 2D
ESRB Descriptors:Mild Language Mild Suggestive Themes Violence
Cast Credit
Peter von Gomm Voice Of Frank West
Jeff Manning Voice - Narration
Katsuji Mori Voice: Ken The Eagle
Katsuji Mori Voice: Tekkaman
Morikawa Toshiyuki Voice Of Tekkaman Blade
Masayuki Kato Voice: Ippatsuman
Shinji Kawada Voice: Viewtiful Joe
Yayoi Jinguji Voice: Morrigan
T.J. Rotolo Voice: Frank West
Hiroki Yasumoto Voice: Alex
Kunihiko Yasui Voice: Polymar
Toru Ohira Voice: Hakushon Daimao
Toshiyuki Kusuda Voice: Soki
Okiayu Ryotaro Voice Of Zero
Asami Theme Song "Across The Border"
Asami Theme Song "Across The Border"
Noriko Ohara Voice: Doronjo
Endo Daichi Voice: Karas
Kazuko Sugiyama Voice: Jun The Swan
Mayuni Tanaka Voice: Mega Man Volnutt
Hiromi Igarashi Voice: Roll
Yoko Honna Voice: Saki
Sasaki Isao Voice Of Joe The Condor
Yanami Joji Voice Of Bojacky
Tatekabe Kazuya Voice Of Tonzura
Fumiko Orikasa Voice: Chun-Li
Nobuyuki Hiyama Voice: Batsu
Hiroki Takahashi Voice: Ryu
Issei Futamata Voice: Gold Lightan
Daisuke Ono Voice: Casshan
Emiri Katou Voice: Yatterman 2 (Ai-Chan)
Eri Kitamura Voice: Yatterman-1
Terence J. Rotolo Voice: Frank West
Hiroki Takahashi Voice: Ryu
Nobuyuki Hiyama Voice: Batsu
Eri Kitamura Voice: Yatterman-1
Daisuke Ono Voice: Casshan
Fumiko Orikasa Voice: Chun-Li
Emiri Katou Voice: Yatterman 2 (Ai-Chan)
Issei Futamata Voice: Gold Lightan
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Awards & Rankings

#25 Most Discussed Wii Game of 2010
#32 Most Shared Wii Game of 2010