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Taisen Net Gimmick: Capcom & Psikyo All Stars

Released June 28, 2001 · consists of 1 releases.

Psikyo and Capcom's top dogs clash in an epic battle of... mahjong!?

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Taisen Net Gimmick: Capcom & Psikyo All Stars

First release date June 28, 2001
Platform Dreamcast
Developer Psikyo
Publisher Capcom
Genre Card Game
Theme
Franchises Capcom Versus , Taisen Hot Gimmick
Aliases

Overview

Taisen Net Gimmick: Capcom & Psikyo All Stars is a mahjong (two-player variant) game developed by Psikyo and published by Capcom for the Sega Dreamcast in Japan on June 28, 2001.

The third collaboration between Psikyo and Capcom (after Capcom released Gunbird 2 and Psikyo developed the action game Cannon Spike), Taisen Net Gimmick is a spin-off of the Taisen Hot Gimmick series of "strip mahjong" games. In lieu of the eroge and "penalty game" components of the series, the game allows players to play against a variety of characters from both companies (including Capcom's Street Fighter Alpha 3 and numerous Psikyo shoot-'em-ups and fighting games).

As the name implies, the game also features online multiplayer in "Network Mode".

Opponents

Capcom

All characters are based on their appearance in Street Fighter Alpha 3, including their character art and musical theme.

  1. Ryu
  2. Birdie
  3. Sakura
  4. Sodom
  5. Guy
  6. Dan
  7. Rolento
  8. Rose
  9. Cody
  10. Chun-Li
  11. Dhalsim
  12. Adon
  13. Gen
  14. E. Honda
  15. Ken
  16. Blanka
  17. Nash
  18. Guile
  19. R. Mika
  20. Zangief
  21. Dee Jay
  22. T. Hawk
  23. Fei-Long
  24. Cammy
  25. Juli
  26. Juni
  27. M. Bison
  28. Balrog
  29. Sagat
  30. Vega
  31. Gouki

Psikyo

All characters are from numerous Psikyo games, each with new artwork.

  1. Marion Sorn (Gunbird)
  2. Ash (Gunbird)
  3. Valnus (Gunbird)
  4. Yuan-Nang (Gunbird)
  5. Tetsu (Gunbird)
  6. Pomme-Pomme (Gunbird)
  7. Togashi Koyori (Sengoku Ace)
  8. Kano Tengai (Sengoku Ace)
  9. Fujisaki Kenn-Ohmaru (Sengoku Ace)
  10. Jane Farant (Sengoku Ace)
  11. Hirano Gen-nai (Sengoku Ace)
  12. Vorg (Sol Divide)
  13. Tyora Sterado (Sol Divide)
  14. Kashon (Sol Divide)
  15. Junis Farant (Sengoku Blade)
  16. Mikami Shomaru (Sengoku Blade)
  17. Togashi Koyori (Sengoku Blade)
  18. Hagane (Sengoku Blade)
  19. Kasuga Kirie (Sengoku Blade)
  20. Ayn Shine (Sengoku Blade)
  21. Tyssa Willing (Battle K-Road)
  22. Yuki Fujiwara (Battle K-Road)
  23. Cool (Daraku Tenshi)
  24. Roche (Daraku Tenshi)
  25. Torao (Daraku Tenshi)
  26. Harry Ness (Daraku Tenshi)
  27. Taro (Daraku Tenshi)
  28. Kaen (Sengoku Blade)
  29. Enki (Sengoku Blade)
  30. Nebiros (Dragon Blaze)

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Specific release details

Taisen Net Gimmick: Capcom & Psikyo All Stars
Taisen Net Gimmick: Capcom & Psikyo All Stars
Platform Dreamcast
Region Japan
Developer
Publisher
Release date June 28, 2001
Product code None
Company code None
Rating
Minimum Players 1
Maximum Players N/A
Resolutions N/A
Sound Systems N/A
Single player Features N/A
Multi player Features N/A
Widescreen Support No
Notes N/A

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