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Fast Facts on Fighters Megamix
Publisher: Sega
Developer: Sega AM2
System(s): Sega Saturn
Released in US: April 30, 1997
Released in JP: Dec. 21, 1996
Released in Brazil: July 1997
Genre: Fighting

Fighters Megamix is a 1997 fighting game developed by Sega AM2 and published by Sega for the Sega Saturn. Several characters from various Sega games make up the cast, including the complete cast of Virtua Fighter 2 and Fighting Vipers. Also included are cameo characters from other games such as Janet from Virtua Cop 2 and the Hornet car from Daytona USA. It still remains as one of the best Saturn games, and one of the best in the genre during the 32-bit era.

The game followed Virtua Fighter 2 as a high-profile 3D fighting game for the Sega Saturn. Fighters Megamix used a concept originally used in King of Fighters and mixes characters and styles from different games. The open ended arenas from Virtua Fighter are used (but without ring-out) and also the close cages from Fighting Vipers. The VF characters are given several moves from Virtua Fighter 3 and a new "Dodge" move is also introduced. The dodge move allows players to sidestep and avoid an attack while also opening up an opportunity to counter.

Unlike most other games by Sega AM2, Fighters Megamix had no arcade release. However, in 1998 a port was released by Tiger.


At the start, only the characters from Virtua Fighter 2 and Fighters Megamix are available, extra fighters can be unlocked by completing different courses (series of six bouts). Those characters are all based on other Sega games.

Virtua Fighter 2Edit

  • Akira Yuki
  • Pai Chan
  • Lau Chan
  • Wolf Hawkfield
  • Jeffry McWild
  • Kage-Maru
  • Sarah Bryant
  • Jacky Bryant
  • Shun Di
  • Lion Rafale
  • Dural

Fighting VipersEdit

  • Grace
  • Bahn
  • Raxel
  • Tokio
  • Sanman
  • Jane
  • Honey/Candy
  • Picky
  • Mahler
  • B.M.
  • Kumachan/Pandachan


Production CreditsEdit

Producer: Yu Suzuki
Director: Hiroshi Kataoka
Game Coordinator: Daichi Katagiri
Chief Progemmers: Tetsuya Sugimoto, Hideya Shibazaki
Progemmers: Masatoshi Shibata, Masaru Nakamura, Arata Hanashima, Susumu Morii, Shinji Ohshima, Yutaka Ito, Masataka Daigo
Chief Graphic Designer: Yoji Kato
Graphic Designers: Takako Kawaguchi, Shin Kataoka
Motion Desinger: Hiroshi Masui
Character Designers: Manabu Sato, Masahiro Sugiya, Kaoru Nagahawa, Kebntarow Nishimura, Masakzu Yanagida, Satoshi Fujinuma
Sound Designer: Takenobu Mitsuyoshi
Publicity By: Jun Kasahara
Jacket Designer: Akira Yamanaka
Special Thanks: Virtua Fighter 3 Team, Viruta Cop 2 Saturn Version Team, Takeharu Tanimura
Created By: Sega AM2
Presented By: Sega


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