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Virtua Fighter is a series of Fighting games created by Sega.
Main games and revisions
- Virtua Fighter (December 1993), Arcade. Later released for Sega Saturn and Sega 32X.
- Virtua Fighter Remix (April 1995), Sega Saturn. A version more loyal to the Arcade one than the previous. Also released for the arcades and for PC as Virtua Fighter PC.
- Virtua Fighter 2 (November 1994), Arcade. Later released for Sega Saturn and PC. Also released for PlayStation 2 only in Japan in the Sega Ages 2500 series. Home versions, except the Mega Drive/Genesis one, also include elements from Virtua Fighter 2.1.
- Virtua Fighter 2.1 (Arcade).
- Virtua Fighter 3 (September 1996), Arcade.
- Virtua Fighter 3: Team Battle (September 1997), Arcade. Later released for Dreamcast.
- Virtua Fighter 4 (2001), Arcade. Later released for PlayStation 2.
- Virtua Fighter 4: Evolution (2002), Arcade. Later released for PlayStation 2. The North American version also includes Virtua Fighter 10th Anniversary as a bonus.
- Virtua Fighter 4: Final Tuned (2004), Arcade.
- Virtua Fighter 5 (July 12, 2006), Arcade. Later released for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The Xbox version is called Virtua Fighter 5 Live Arena in Japan and Virtua Fighter 5 Online in North America.
- Virtua Fighter 5 R (July 24, 2008), Arcade.
- Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown (July 29, 2010), Arcade. Later released for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
- Virtua Fighter CG Portrait Series, a series of CDs for the Sega Saturn, featuring CG images of characters from the Virtua Fighter series, along with music and a karaoke option.
- Virtua Fighter CG Portrait Series Vol.1: Sarah Bryant (October 13, 1995)
- Virtua Fighter CG Portrait Series Vol.2: Jacky Bryant (October 13, 1995)
- Virtua Fighter CG Portrait Series Vol.3: Akira Yuki (November 17, 1995)
- Virtua Fighter CG Portrait Series Vol.4: Pai Chan (November 17, 1995)
- Virtua Fighter CG Portrait Series Vol.5: Wolf Hawkfield (December 8, 1995)
- Virtua Fighter CG Portrait Series Vol.6: Lau Chan (December 8, 1995)
- Virtua Fighter CG Portrait Series Vol.7: Shun Di (January 26, 1996)
- Virtua Fighter CG Portrait Series Vol.8: Lion Rafale (January 26, 1996)
- Virtua Fighter CG Portrait Series Vol.9: Kage Maru (March 1, 1996)
- Virtua Fighter CG Portrait Series Vol.10: Jeffry McWild (March 1, 1996)
- Virtua Fighter Animation (March 29, 1996), Game Gear. Later released only in Brazil for the Sega Master System. Known in Japan as Virtua Fighter Mini.
- Virtua Fighter Kids (1996), Sega Saturn, Arcade. Originally released in Japan in limited edition as Virtua Fighter: Java Tea Original Edition.
- GG Portrait: Yuki Akira (November 01, 1996), Game Gear. A "Virtua Fighter Kids version of the Virtua Fighter CG Portrait Series.
- GG Portrait: Pai Chan (November 22, 1996), Game Gear. A "Virtua Fighter Kids version of the Virtua Fighter CG Portrait Series.
- Virtua Fighter 10th Anniversary (August 13, 2003), PlayStation 2. Basically the original Virtua Fighter with Virtua Fighter 4 characters.
- Virtua Fighter Cyber Generation: Ambition of the Judgement Six (August 26, 2004), PlayStation 2, GameCube. Known in North America as Virtua Quest.
An anime based on the video games, and mainly Virtua Fighter 2 was produced and lasted 35 episodes, from October 2, 1995 to June 27, 1996.
Links to other series
|YuYu Hakusho||1994||The YuYu Hakusho anime features a reference to Virtua Fighter.||3
|Bomberman||December 11, 1996||The character Deral from Saturn Bomberman Fight!! is a parody of Dural from Virtua Fighter.||3
|Fighters Megamix||December 21, 1996||Fighters Megamix features many characters from Virtua Fighter.||1
|Shenmue||December 29, 1999||Shenmue features Toy Capsules based on Virtua Fighter Kids.||2
|Puyo Puyo||June 2006||Puyo Puyo Fever: Carnival Edition included Akira Yuki as a guest character.||1
|Angry Video Game Nerd||May 15, 2007||The Angry Video Game Nerd reviews Virtua Fighter in the episode "Sega 32X".||2
|Space Channel 5||July 24, 2008||Virtua Fighter 5 R features a Ulala costume for Sarah Bryant.||2
|Samba de Amigo||July 24, 2008||Virtua Fighter 5 R features a costume for El Blaze based on Samba de Amigo.||2
|Virtual-On||July 24, 2008||Virtua Fighter 5 R features a costume for Jeffry based on Virtual-On.||2
|Fighting Vipers||July 24, 2008||Virtua Fighter 5 R features a costume for Lion based on Picky and one for Eileen based on Emi from Fighting Vipers.||2
|Sega Superstars||February 23, 2010||Sega Superstars features a game mode based on Virtua Fighter, while Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing features Jacky Bryant and Akira Yuki as a single playable racer.||1
|Sonic||February 23, 2010||Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing features Jacky Bryant and Akira Yuki as a single playable racer; Sonic is also featured as a drawing in Virtua Fighter 2.||1
|Hatsune Miku||July 29, 2010||Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA 2nd features a Sarah Bryant costume for Megurine Luka.||2
|Dead or Alive||September 25, 2012||Dead or Alive 5 features Akira, Sarah and Pai Chan from Virtua Fighter.||1
|Project X Zone||October 11, 2012||Project X Zone features characters from the Virtua Fighter series.||1
|Samurai & Dragons||November 28, 2012||The Sega All-Star Pack for Samurai & Dragons includes a card based on Akira from Virtua Fighter.||1
|Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax||March 18, 2014||Akira Yuki is a playable character. Pai Chan is an assist character||1
|Sega Hard Girls||November 19, 2014||Virtua Fighter characters appear in the Sega Hard Girls episode "It'll Always Be 10 Years Too Early for You!"||1
|Super Smash Bros.||June 2015||Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and for 3DS features downloadable costumes based on Virtua Fighter.||2|