History VideoGame / XMenVsStreetFighter

25th Jun '17 6:20:55 AM comicwriter
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The game had a non-existent story to back up the action; a player's chosen team would simply fight their way through various CPU-controlled teams before facing down a gigantic version of ''X-Men'' villain Apocalypse. (Storm's ending implies that Apocalypse has been abducting mutants and street fighters alike for undisclosed reasons, probably to experiment on them or force them to join him.) After defeating Apocalypse, the player fights against the tag partner using whatever character landed the final blow during the boss battle, and if the player wins, they see that character's ending.

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The game had a non-existent story to back up the action; a player's chosen team would simply fight their way through various CPU-controlled teams before facing down a gigantic version of ''X-Men'' villain Apocalypse.Comicbook/{{Apocalypse}}. (Storm's ending implies that Apocalypse has been abducting mutants and street fighters alike for undisclosed reasons, probably to experiment on them or force them to join him.) After defeating Apocalypse, the player fights against the tag partner using whatever character landed the final blow during the boss battle, and if the player wins, they see that character's ending.
11th Jun '17 9:08:35 AM GlitteringFlowers
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The game had a non-existent story to back up the action; a player's chosen team would simply fight their way through various CPU-controlled teams before facing down a gigantic version of ''X-Men'' villain Apocalypse. (Storm's ending implies that Apocalypse has been abducting mutants and street fighters alike for undisclosed reasons.) After defeating Apocalypse, you fight against your tag partner using whatever character landed the final blow during the boss battle, and if you win the fight, you see that character's ending.

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The game had a non-existent story to back up the action; a player's chosen team would simply fight their way through various CPU-controlled teams before facing down a gigantic version of ''X-Men'' villain Apocalypse. (Storm's ending implies that Apocalypse has been abducting mutants and street fighters alike for undisclosed reasons.reasons, probably to experiment on them or force them to join him.) After defeating Apocalypse, you fight the player fights against your the tag partner using whatever character landed the final blow during the boss battle, and if you win the fight, you player wins, they see that character's ending.



* BadassInDistress: [[http://www.vgmuseum.com/end/arcade/b/xmvsfsto.htm Storm's ending]] explains that [[spoiler:several X-Men and street fighters were captured by Apocalypse, though the exact reasons aren't known. (One bets that he intended to use them in experiments or try recruiting them for his cause.) Storm herself is tending to her then-boyfriend Forge, while Sakura befriends Gambit and Dan Hibiki runs around in the background.]]

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* BadassInDistress: [[http://www.vgmuseum.com/end/arcade/b/xmvsfsto.htm Storm's ending]] explains that [[spoiler:several several X-Men and street fighters were captured by Apocalypse, though the exact reasons aren't known. (One bets that he intended to use them in experiments or try recruiting them for his cause.) Storm herself is tending to her then-boyfriend Forge, while Sakura befriends Gambit and Dan Hibiki runs around in the background.]]
2nd Jun '17 11:48:20 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* BadassInDistress: [[http://www.vgmuseum.com/end/arcade/b/xmvsfsto.htm Storm's ending]] explains that [[spoiler:several X-Men and street fighters were captured by Apocalypse, though the exact reasons aren't known. (One bet he intended to use them in experiments or try recruiting them for his cause.) Storm herself is tending to her then-boyfriend Forge, while Sakura befriends Gambit and Dan Hibiki runs around in the background.]]

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* BadassInDistress: [[http://www.vgmuseum.com/end/arcade/b/xmvsfsto.htm Storm's ending]] explains that [[spoiler:several X-Men and street fighters were captured by Apocalypse, though the exact reasons aren't known. (One bet bets that he intended to use them in experiments or try recruiting them for his cause.) Storm herself is tending to her then-boyfriend Forge, while Sakura befriends Gambit and Dan Hibiki runs around in the background.]]



* PeopleJars: In Apocalypse's stage, [[spoiler: several captured charas from both franchises are seen locked in pods.]]

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* PeopleJars: [[spoiler: In Apocalypse's stage, [[spoiler: several captured charas from both franchises are seen locked in pods.pods. The "roster" includes Psylocke, Blanka, Dan Hibiki, Forge...]]
2nd Jun '17 11:45:51 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* BadassInDistress: [[http://www.vgmuseum.com/end/arcade/b/xmvsfsto.htm Storm's ending]] reveals that [[spoiler:several X-Men and street fighters were captured by Apocalypse, though we don't know the exact reasons. (We can bet he intended to use them in experiments or try recruiting them for his cause.) We see Storm herself tending to her then-boyfriend Forge, while Sakura befriends Gambit and Dan Hibiki runs around in the background.]]

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* BadassInDistress: [[http://www.vgmuseum.com/end/arcade/b/xmvsfsto.htm Storm's ending]] reveals explains that [[spoiler:several X-Men and street fighters were captured by Apocalypse, though we don't know the exact reasons. (We can reasons aren't known. (One bet he intended to use them in experiments or try recruiting them for his cause.) We see Storm herself is tending to her then-boyfriend Forge, while Sakura befriends Gambit and Dan Hibiki runs around in the background.]]


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* PeopleJars: In Apocalypse's stage, [[spoiler: several captured charas from both franchises are seen locked in pods.]]
19th May '17 12:27:36 AM X2X
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** The bios from the action figure line claim that Apocalypse opened a portal to the Street Fighter universe in hopes that the street fighters and the X-Men would destroy each other, allowing him to conquer both worlds without resistance.

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** The bios from the action figure line claim that Apocalypse opened a portal to the Street Fighter ''Street Fighter'' universe in hopes that the street fighters and the X-Men would destroy each other, allowing him to conquer both worlds without resistance.



* KamehameHadoken: The second part of the trope's name comes from the version of the Shinkuu Hadouken, which is the best known of many, MANY, '''MANY''' instances.

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* KamehameHadoken: The second part of the trope's name comes from the version of the Shinkuu Hadouken, Hadouken that made its debut in this game, which is the best known of many, MANY, '''MANY''' instances.



* {{Leitmotif}}: As stated below, none of the returning X-Men have their themes carried over from ''Children Of The Atom'' or in the case of Wolverine, Juggernaut and Magneto, ''Marvel Super Heroes''. By contrast, the Street Fighter representatives have their themes taken from ''Street Fighter II'' or in Charlie's case, the ''Alpha'' series. The only exception is Cammy, who has a brand-new theme to represent her Shadaloo-era portrayal and would follow her in ''Alpha''.

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* {{Leitmotif}}: As stated below, none of the returning X-Men have their themes carried over from ''Children Of The of the Atom'' or in the case of Wolverine, Juggernaut and Magneto, ''Marvel Super Heroes''. By contrast, the Street Fighter ''Street Fighter'' representatives have their themes taken from ''Street Fighter II'' or ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'' or, in Charlie's case, the ''Alpha'' series. The only exception is Cammy, who has a brand-new theme to represent her Shadaloo-era portrayal and would follow her in ''Alpha''.



* RecurringRiff: While none of the assorted X-characters have their themes from that game carried over, the character select music is a remix of the one found in ''VideoGame/XMenChildrenOfTheAtom''. While the SF-characters would have remix of a previous theme in their home series.

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* RecurringRiff: While none of the assorted X-characters have their themes from that game carried over, the character select music is a remix of the one found in ''VideoGame/XMenChildrenOfTheAtom''. While the SF-characters would have remix of a previous theme in their home series.
19th Feb '17 6:42:55 PM comicwriter
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* ExcusePlot: Random... ahem... street fights due to the interdimensional rift. The instruction manual for the [=PS1=] version expands on this by stating that various mutants and street fighters have mysteriously disappeared, with rumors placing the blame on either Bison or Magneto, so many of the playable characters have teamed up to investigate, [[GoodVersusGood though not]] [[HeadbuttingHeroes without some]] [[EnemyMine teamwork issues]]. See BadassInDistress for the closest to a concrete excuse aside of that.

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* ExcusePlot: ExcusePlot:
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Random... ahem... street fights due to the interdimensional rift. The instruction manual for the [=PS1=] version expands on this by stating that various mutants and street fighters have mysteriously disappeared, with rumors placing the blame on either Bison or Magneto, so many of the playable characters have teamed up to investigate, [[GoodVersusGood though not]] [[HeadbuttingHeroes without some]] [[EnemyMine teamwork issues]]. See BadassInDistress for the closest to a concrete excuse aside of that.that.
** The bios from the action figure line claim that Apocalypse opened a portal to the Street Fighter universe in hopes that the street fighters and the X-Men would destroy each other, allowing him to conquer both worlds without resistance.
25th Jan '17 4:56:36 PM comicwriter
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29th Dec '16 6:53:13 PM JFTechServ
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* ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill:
--> '''''"HYPER COMBO FINISH!"'''''

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* ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill:
--> '''''"HYPER COMBO FINISH!"'''''
ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill: Some of the game's Hyper Combos will have an opponent take all the hits, even if KO'ed by the first hit.
29th Dec '16 6:49:01 PM JFTechServ
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--> '''''[[ComicBook/XMen BEHOLD!]] [[ComicBook/{{Cyclops}} OPTIC BLAST!]]'''''
29th Dec '16 6:49:01 PM JFTechServ
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