History VideoGame / SundayVSMagazineShuuketsuChoujouDaikessen

17th Feb '16 10:13:49 PM GrammarNavi
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''Sunday VS Magazine: Shuuketsu! Choujou Daikessen'' is a Crossover Fighting game, developed by Konami Computer Entertainment Aomori and Creator/HudsonSoft, and published by Konami for the {{PSP}}; released in March 2009 to celebrate 50 years of Weekly Shonen Sunday and Weekly Shonen Magazine history, it features 30 playable and more than 100 support characters from the first years to the latest years of a five decades epic.

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''Sunday VS Magazine: Shuuketsu! Choujou Daikessen'' is a Crossover Fighting game, developed by Konami Computer Entertainment Aomori and Creator/HudsonSoft, and published by Konami for the {{PSP}}; [[UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable PSP]]; released in March 2009 to celebrate 50 years of Weekly Shonen Sunday and Weekly Shonen Magazine history, it features 30 playable and more than 100 support characters from the first years to the latest years of a five decades epic.



* AlternateCompanyEquivalent: This game to ''VideoGame/JumpSuperstars'', and the fact that it's for the PSP to the other being for the NintendoDS.

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* AlternateCompanyEquivalent: This game to ''VideoGame/JumpSuperstars'', and the fact that it's for the PSP to the other being for the NintendoDS.UsefulNotes/NintendoDS.



* CharlesAtlasSuperpower: Hayate, Takizawa and Koutaro; three individuals who can basically achieve limiless levels of strenght by just training that hard.

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* CharlesAtlasSuperpower: Hayate, Takizawa and Koutaro; three individuals who can basically achieve limiless limitless levels of strenght strength by just training that hard.



* PunnyName: Boss, the FinalBoss; the original character for the game has a name just like that, although the japanese might find it less generic due being GratuitousEnglish for the them.
* SecretCharacter: Many, out of the complete 30 playable characters roster, only 12 are available from the get go, but most only requires finshing Arcade mode to unlocking it; the rest are more complicated, the easy characters to unlock are all from fairly new or still ongoing series, the classic characters however, requires multiple playthroughs to collect points to buy, and later defeat to unlock them. Honor goes to Joe Shimamura, the oldest character in the game (debut 1964) is the last one to be unlocked as it requires all others to be unlocked first.

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* PunnyName: Boss, the FinalBoss; the original character for the game has a name just like that, although the japanese Japanese might find it less generic due being GratuitousEnglish for the them.
* SecretCharacter: Many, out of the complete 30 playable characters roster, only 12 are available from the get go, but most only requires finshing finishing Arcade mode to unlocking it; the rest are more complicated, the easy characters to unlock are all from fairly new or still ongoing series, the classic characters however, requires multiple playthroughs to collect points to buy, and later defeat to unlock them. Honor goes to Joe Shimamura, the oldest character in the game (debut 1964) is the last one to be unlocked as it requires all others to be unlocked first.



* SquishyWizard: Negi, his character is that of his earlier portrayal in the manga, with little to no fighting skills, prefering magic projectiles and his staff for long ranged attacks. No absurd DBZ-level of fighting coming out of him in this game.

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* SquishyWizard: Negi, his character is that of his earlier portrayal in the manga, with little to no fighting skills, prefering preferring magic projectiles and his staff for long ranged attacks. No absurd DBZ-level of fighting coming out of him in this game.
7th Feb '16 7:13:55 PM Prfnoff
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Publishers ''Kodansha'' and ''Shogakukan'', in anticipation for the 50th birthday of their top magazines: ''Weekly Shonen Sunday'' and ''Weekly Shonen Magazine'', initiated a project with {{Konami}} for a {{Crossover}} game with characters from these two eponymous magazines; a FightingGame was chosen as the most fitting for characters mostly coming from action {{Shonen}} series.

'''Sunday VS Magazine: Shuuketsu! Choujou Daikessen''' is a Crossover Fighting game, developed by ''Konami Computer Entertainment Aomori'' and HudsonSoft, and published by Konami for the {{PSP}}; released in March 2009 to celebrate 50 years of Weekly Shonen Sunday and Weekly Shonen Magazine history, it features 30 playable and more than 100 support characters from the first years to the latest years of a five decades epic.

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Publishers ''Kodansha'' and ''Shogakukan'', in anticipation for the 50th birthday of their top magazines: ''Weekly Shonen Sunday'' and ''Weekly Shonen Magazine'', initiated a project with {{Konami}} Creator/{{Konami}} for a {{Crossover}} game with characters from these two eponymous magazines; a FightingGame was chosen as the most fitting for characters mostly coming from action {{Shonen}} series.

'''Sunday ''Sunday VS Magazine: Shuuketsu! Choujou Daikessen''' Daikessen'' is a Crossover Fighting game, developed by ''Konami Konami Computer Entertainment Aomori'' Aomori and HudsonSoft, Creator/HudsonSoft, and published by Konami for the {{PSP}}; released in March 2009 to celebrate 50 years of Weekly Shonen Sunday and Weekly Shonen Magazine history, it features 30 playable and more than 100 support characters from the first years to the latest years of a five decades epic.
16th May '15 5:17:59 PM ShinyTsukkomi
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* AlternateCompanyEquivalent: This game to ''JumpSuperstars'', and the fact that it's for the PSP to the other being for the NintendoDS.

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* AlternateCompanyEquivalent: This game to ''JumpSuperstars'', ''VideoGame/JumpSuperstars'', and the fact that it's for the PSP to the other being for the NintendoDS.



* FollowTheLeader: Publisher ''Shueshia'' was the first before ''Kodansha'' and ''Shogakukan'' to celebrate decades of success with a crossover fighting game, with JumpSuperStars and Jump Ultimate Stars.

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* FollowTheLeader: Publisher ''Shueshia'' was the first before ''Kodansha'' and ''Shogakukan'' to celebrate decades of success with a crossover fighting game, with JumpSuperStars ''VideoGame/JumpSuperStars'' and Jump Ultimate Stars.



* SpiritualSuccessor: to Shueshia's Jump Comics: Jump Super Stars, even with characters and series completely unrelated to Shueshia, Sunday VS Magazine borrows the main concept of having iconic characters, old and new, beating the snot out of each other for little to no reason.

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* SpiritualSuccessor: to Shueshia's Jump Comics: Jump ''Jump Super Stars, Stars'', even with characters and series completely unrelated to Shueshia, Sunday VS Magazine borrows the main concept of having iconic characters, old and new, beating the snot out of each other for little to no reason.
21st Apr '15 1:59:58 PM Superjustinbros
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* ''Manga/BlazingTransferStudent'': Noboru Takizawa'''*'''

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* ''Manga/BlazingTransferStudent'': Noboru Takizawa'''*'''Takizawa Noboru'''*'''



* CharlesAtlasSuperpower: Hayate, Noboru and Koutaro; three individuals who can basically achieve limiless levels of strenght by just training that hard.

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* CharlesAtlasSuperpower: Hayate, Noboru Takizawa and Koutaro; three individuals who can basically achieve limiless levels of strenght by just training that hard.



* MarthDebutedInSmashBros: Noboru, Ichirou and Koutarou were absolutely unknown in the west when this game was released, since then at least Noboru and Ichirou can be considered known to small circles, as their series got attention from the {{Scanlation}} community, but Koutarou still remains in the dark.

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* MarthDebutedInSmashBros: Noboru, Takizawa, Ichirou and Koutarou were absolutely unknown in the west when this game was released, since then at least Noboru Takizawa and Ichirou can be considered known to small circles, as their series got attention from the {{Scanlation}} community, but Koutarou still remains in the dark.
2nd Dec '14 3:20:10 AM theAdeptRogue
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* TheOtherDarrin: The game was released shortly before the ''Manga/FairyTail'' anime came out and gave the characters official voices, so as a result Natsu and Lucy are respectively voiced by Creator/MiyuIrino and MikaKikuchi rather than Creator/TetsuyaKakihara and Creator/AyaHirano.

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* TheOtherDarrin: The game was released shortly before the ''Manga/FairyTail'' anime came out and gave the characters official voices, so as a result Natsu and Lucy are respectively voiced by Creator/MiyuIrino and MikaKikuchi Creator/MikaKikuchi rather than Creator/TetsuyaKakihara and Creator/AyaHirano.
23rd Aug '14 7:22:57 PM Prfnoff
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* TheOtherDarrin: The game was released shortly before the ''Manga/FairyTail'' anime came out and gave the characters official voices, so as a result Natsu and Lucy are respectively voiced by MiyuIrino and MikaKikuchi rather than Creator/TetsuyaKakihara and Creator/AyaHirano.

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* TheOtherDarrin: The game was released shortly before the ''Manga/FairyTail'' anime came out and gave the characters official voices, so as a result Natsu and Lucy are respectively voiced by MiyuIrino Creator/MiyuIrino and MikaKikuchi rather than Creator/TetsuyaKakihara and Creator/AyaHirano.
14th Mar '14 11:29:54 AM marvelknight12
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** There's also a literal case, Natsu and Lucy's voices were first heard here in this game, the ''Manga/FairyTail'' anime would only premier 7 months later in Japan, and the voice actors are the same.
2nd Mar '14 12:57:57 PM Prfnoff
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* TheOtherDarrin: The game was released shortly before the ''Manga/FairyTail'' anime came out and gave the characters official voices, so as a result Natsu and Lucy are respectively voiced by MiyuIrino and MikaKikuchi rather than TetsuyaKakihara and Creator/AyaHirano.

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* TheOtherDarrin: The game was released shortly before the ''Manga/FairyTail'' anime came out and gave the characters official voices, so as a result Natsu and Lucy are respectively voiced by MiyuIrino and MikaKikuchi rather than TetsuyaKakihara Creator/TetsuyaKakihara and Creator/AyaHirano.
20th Aug '13 10:27:36 AM Viira
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* TheOtherDarrin: The game was released shortly before the ''Manga/FairyTail'' anime came out and gave the characters official voices, so as a result Natsu and Lucy are respectively voiced by MiyuIrino and MikaKikuchi rather than TetsuyaKakihara and AyaHirano.

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* TheOtherDarrin: The game was released shortly before the ''Manga/FairyTail'' anime came out and gave the characters official voices, so as a result Natsu and Lucy are respectively voiced by MiyuIrino and MikaKikuchi rather than TetsuyaKakihara and AyaHirano.Creator/AyaHirano.
9th Jun '13 8:14:31 PM Psyga315
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