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** VideoGame/MegaManX. He long deserves to be at last playable in a proper VideoGame/CapcomVsWhatever title. Plus seeing fight alongside Zero again would kick ass.

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** VideoGame/MegaManX. He long deserves to be at last playable in a proper VideoGame/CapcomVsWhatever VideoGame/CapcomVs title. Plus seeing fight alongside Zero again would kick ass.


This is pretty simple: Yami was distorting the reality, and in order to do so, he needed to make some mess for it, since there wasn't so much power in his dimension. He created some sort of "Tournament" in order to obtain the energy he needed to restore himself. (Think about Z's [[DragonBall Majin Buu]]) There's also a reason of why [[spoiler:he's missing two of his five original forms from ''VideoGame/{{Okami}}'']].

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This is pretty simple: Yami was distorting the reality, and in order to do so, he needed to make some mess for it, since there wasn't so much power in his dimension. He created some sort of "Tournament" in order to obtain the energy he needed to restore himself. (Think about Z's [[DragonBall Anime/DragonBallZ's Majin Buu]]) Buu) There's also a reason of why [[spoiler:he's missing two of his five original forms from ''VideoGame/{{Okami}}'']].


Remember ''Capcom vs. SNK 2'', where they surprised us by putting in the likes of [[VideoGame/RivalSchools Kyosuke]], [[VideoGame/FinalFight Maki]], and ''[[VideoGame/ArtOfFighting Ryuhaku Todoh]]'' ([[TookALevelInBadass who took several levels in badassery]] from the perpetual RunningGag he was in ''AOF'' and ''[[VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters KOF]]'')? It actually worked, and provided a good amount of variety to cast dominated by Capcom and SNK stalwarts. Sure, I think we'd all love to see fan-favorites get in (people are still clamoring for [[Franchise/DevilMayCry Dante]], the ''Anime/SamuraiPizzaCats'', and ''Anime/SpeedRacer'', by the way), but adding a feasible amount of B-listers (or long-since forgotten characters) from both properties might garner some interest. Then again, it probably won't stop the PublicMediumIgnorance of [[MemeticMutation "What's a 'Tatsunoko'?"]]

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Remember ''Capcom vs. SNK 2'', where they surprised us by putting in the likes of [[VideoGame/RivalSchools Kyosuke]], [[VideoGame/FinalFight Maki]], and ''[[VideoGame/ArtOfFighting Ryuhaku Todoh]]'' ([[TookALevelInBadass who took several levels in badassery]] from the perpetual RunningGag he was in ''AOF'' and ''[[VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters KOF]]'')? It actually worked, and provided a good amount of variety to cast dominated by Capcom and SNK stalwarts. Sure, I think we'd all love to see fan-favorites get in (people are still clamoring for [[Franchise/DevilMayCry [[VideoGame/DevilMayCry Dante]], the ''Anime/SamuraiPizzaCats'', and ''Anime/SpeedRacer'', by the way), but adding a feasible amount of B-listers (or long-since forgotten characters) from both properties might garner some interest. Then again, it probably won't stop the PublicMediumIgnorance of [[MemeticMutation "What's a 'Tatsunoko'?"]]


After flawlessly defeating Amaterasu, he then moved on to consume not just the ''Okami'' world in darkness, but also the universe at large. His stage is really the remnants of the ''Okami'' universe, and it must be restored via destroying Yami for good. This is also why Amaterasu isn't in the game - ''because she's dead.'' At least, temporarily.

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After flawlessly defeating Amaterasu, he then moved on to consume not just the ''Okami'' world in darkness, but also the universe ''Tatsunoko'' and ''Capcom'' universes at large. His stage is really the remnants of the ''Okami'' universe, and it must be restored via destroying Yami for good. This is also why Amaterasu isn't in the game - ''because she's dead.'' At least, temporarily.


[[WMG: ''TvC'' is an AlternateContinuity sequel to ''Okami'' where TheBadGuyWins.]]

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[[WMG: ''TvC'' ''Tatsunoko vs. Capcom'' is an AlternateContinuity sequel to ''Okami'' where TheBadGuyWins.]]


** VideoGame/MegaManX. He long deserves to be at last playable in a proper VideoGame/CapcomVsWhatever title. Plus seeing fight alongside Zero again would kick ass.

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** VideoGame/MegaManX. He long deserves to be at last playable in a proper VideoGame/CapcomVsWhatever title. Plus seeing fight alongside Zero again would kick ass.ass.

[[WMG: ''TvC'' is an AlternateContinuity sequel to ''Okami'' where TheBadGuyWins.]]
After flawlessly defeating Amaterasu, he then moved on to consume not just the ''Okami'' world in darkness, but also the universe at large. His stage is really the remnants of the ''Okami'' universe, and it must be restored via destroying Yami for good. This is also why Amaterasu isn't in the game - ''because she's dead.'' At least, temporarily.


[[WMG: Yami is a TimeLord.]]

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[[WMG: Yami is a TimeLord.JustForFun/TimeLord.]]


* The Marvel series also added [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Marrow]] and [[Comicbook/DoctorStrange Shuma-Gorath]], (who is rumored to come back in 3) so that wouldn't be strange.

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* The Marvel series also added [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} [[ComicBook/XMen Marrow]] and [[Comicbook/DoctorStrange Shuma-Gorath]], (who is rumored to come back in 3) so that wouldn't be strange.


This branches off from the above "If ''Tatsunoko vs. Capcom'' gets a sequel" WMG. It would allow for a variety of characters from each stable, whether they be familiar faces, [[EnsembleDarkhorse company faves]], or [[UnexpectedCharacter the obscure]], to still play a role in the fight without upping the roster count to the point that it may be detrimental to character balance. More importantly, this circumvents the "character lacks fighting prowess" (or unique abilities that could be reasonably translated into a palpable moveset) problem that allegedly plagued and prevented certain characters from making it in the first time. For example, don't want to go the "[[VideoGame/{{F-Zero}} Captain Falcon]] [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros route]]" with Anime/SpeedRacer[=/=]Go Mifune? Have him barrel down on the opposition while blazing through in his Mach 5. It wouldn't be terribly hard to implement, especially if they stick to the 2-on-2 format.

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This branches off from the above "If ''Tatsunoko vs. Capcom'' gets a sequel" WMG. It would allow for a variety of characters from each stable, whether they be familiar faces, [[EnsembleDarkhorse company faves]], or [[UnexpectedCharacter the obscure]], to still play a role in the fight without upping the roster count to the point that it may be detrimental to character balance. More importantly, this circumvents the "character lacks fighting prowess" (or unique abilities that could be reasonably translated into a palpable moveset) problem that allegedly plagued and prevented certain characters from making it in the first time. For example, don't want to go the "[[VideoGame/{{F-Zero}} "[[VideoGame/FZero Captain Falcon]] [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros route]]" with Anime/SpeedRacer[=/=]Go Mifune? Have him barrel down on the opposition while blazing through in his Mach 5. It wouldn't be terribly hard to implement, especially if they stick to the 2-on-2 format.


This is pretty simple: Yami was distorting the reality, and in order to do so, he needed to make some mess for it, since there wasn't so much power in his dimension. He created some sort of "Tournament" in order to obtain the energy he needed to restore himself. (Think about Z's [[DragonBall Majin Buu]]) There's also a reason of why [[spoiler:he's missing two of his five original forms from {{Okami}}]].

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This is pretty simple: Yami was distorting the reality, and in order to do so, he needed to make some mess for it, since there wasn't so much power in his dimension. He created some sort of "Tournament" in order to obtain the energy he needed to restore himself. (Think about Z's [[DragonBall Majin Buu]]) There's also a reason of why [[spoiler:he's missing two of his five original forms from {{Okami}}]].
''VideoGame/{{Okami}}'']].


** VideoGame/MegaManX. He long deserves to be at last playable in a proper CapcomVsWhatever title. Plus seeing fight alongside Zero again would kick ass.

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** VideoGame/MegaManX. He long deserves to be at last playable in a proper CapcomVsWhatever VideoGame/CapcomVsWhatever title. Plus seeing fight alongside Zero again would kick ass.


[[WMG: To follow from the above theory, the TV producers [[TheyJustDidntCare stop caring]] round about the Tatsunoko saga.]]

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[[WMG: To follow from the above theory, the TV producers [[TheyJustDidntCare stop caring]] caring round about the Tatsunoko saga.]]


** ''Anime/SpeedRacer'': He's arguably the [[PopularityPower most famous character]] Tatsunoko has on their roster. Considering that the Tatsunoko side in the first game suffered from a lack of familiar faces (Gatchaman being the most well-known in the States), his presence will definitely help out. Plus, we'd pay anything for Speed to be the [[SuperSmashBros Captain Falcon]] of the series.

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** ''Anime/SpeedRacer'': He's arguably the [[PopularityPower most famous character]] Tatsunoko has on their roster. Considering that the Tatsunoko side in the first game suffered from a lack of familiar faces (Gatchaman being the most well-known in the States), his presence will definitely help out. Plus, we'd pay anything for Speed to be the [[SuperSmashBros [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Captain Falcon]] of the series.


** [[ResidentEvil6 Jake Mueller]]: Jake's whole design and movelist would work hand in hand with the type of foes he'd be facing in battle. Considering his dad Wesker's appearance in ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'', he can make it in. He can play the role of a melee-firearm hybrid (or a cross between Chris and Wesker to be exact) which can see him bust out his father's old moves while mixing in assault rifles, revolvers, grenades and the like.

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** [[ResidentEvil6 [[VideoGame/ResidentEvil6 Jake Mueller]]: Jake's whole design and movelist would work hand in hand with the type of foes he'd be facing in battle. Considering his dad Wesker's appearance in ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'', he can make it in. He can play the role of a melee-firearm hybrid (or a cross between Chris and Wesker to be exact) which can see him bust out his father's old moves while mixing in assault rifles, revolvers, grenades and the like.


** The Manga/SketDance crew: Tatsunoko's resident [[BadassNormal Badass Normals]]. No, really. While Bossun, Himeko and Switch are normal with regards to power (least when compared to guys like Karas, the Gatchamen and Tekkaman), their downright wackiness and HotBlooded desire to fix problems will see them through. Instead of putting them all in the game, expect TheHero and FaceOfTheBand Bossun to take point while Himeko and Switch appear as [[AssistCharacters special attacks]], in a similar manner to Captain Commando in the older ''MarvelVsCapcom'' games or Doronjo in ''TvC''.

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** The Manga/SketDance crew: Tatsunoko's resident [[BadassNormal Badass Normals]]. No, really. While Bossun, Himeko and Switch are normal with regards to power (least when compared to guys like Karas, the Gatchamen and Tekkaman), their downright wackiness and HotBlooded desire to fix problems will see them through. Instead of putting them all in the game, expect TheHero and FaceOfTheBand Bossun to take point while Himeko and Switch appear as [[AssistCharacters special attacks]], in a similar manner to Captain Commando in the older ''MarvelVsCapcom'' ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom'' games or Doronjo in ''TvC''.



** [[ResidentEvil6 Jake Mueller]]: Jake's whole design and movelist would work hand in hand with the type of foes he'd be facing in battle. Considering his dad Wesker's appearance in ''MarvelVsCapcom3'', he can make it in. He can play the role of a melee-firearm hybrid (or a cross between Chris and Wesker to be exact) which can see him bust out his father's old moves while mixing in assault rifles, revolvers, grenades and the like.

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** [[ResidentEvil6 Jake Mueller]]: Jake's whole design and movelist would work hand in hand with the type of foes he'd be facing in battle. Considering his dad Wesker's appearance in ''MarvelVsCapcom3'', ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'', he can make it in. He can play the role of a melee-firearm hybrid (or a cross between Chris and Wesker to be exact) which can see him bust out his father's old moves while mixing in assault rifles, revolvers, grenades and the like.

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