Aquapazza: Aquaplus Dream Match
|Aquapazza: Aquaplus Dream Match|
Japanese game cover
|Genre(s)||2D Versus fighting|
|Arcade system||Taito Type X²|
Aquapazza: Aquaplus Dream Match (アクアパッツァ アクアプラスドリームマッチ Akuapattsa Akuapurasu Dorīmu Matchi) is a 2011 2D arcade fighting game developed by Examu. It is a joint collaboration between Aquaplus and Leaf, who developed all the titles and featured characters. The "Dream Match" in the title references the characters of the game coming together from various Aquaplus titles, including Utawarerumono, Tears to Tiara, and To Heart.
The game was released in Japan on June 22, 2011, with a PlayStation 3 version later released on August 30, 2012, followed by a U.S. release on November 19, 2013. Two updated Japan-only versions called Aquapazza Version 1.5A and Aquapazza Version 2.0 added several new characters. Aquapazza and Version 2.0 were among the featured titles at the 2011 and 2012 Tougeki tournament.
- Hakuoro (ハクオロ) Player
- Karura (カルラ) Player
- Touka (トウカ) Player
- Oboro (オボロ) Player, Added in Aquapazza Version 2.0
- Urtori (ウルトリィ) Partner
- Kamyu (カミュ) Partner
From Tears to Tiara
- Arawn (アロウン) Player
- Morgan (モルガン) Player
- Riannon (リアンノン) Player
- Rathty (ラスティ) Partner
- Octavia (オクタヴィア) Partner
- Llyr (スィール) Partner, Added in Aquapazza Version 2.0
- Kousaka Tamaki (向坂環) Player
- Yuzuhara Konomi (柚原このみ) Player
- Komaki Manaka (小牧愛佳) Player
- Multi (マルチ) Player
- Kusugawa Sasara (久寿川ささら) Player, Added in Aquapazza Version 1.5A
- Tonami Yuma (十波由真) Partner
- Ma-ryan (まーりゃん) Partner, Boss
- Kurusugawa Serika (来栖川芹香) Partner, Added in Aquapazza Version 2.0
- Kashiwagi Chizuru (柏木千鶴) Player (Added in Aquapazza Version 2.0), Boss (Added in PlayStation 3 version)
- Yuasa Satsuki (湯浅皐月) Partner
From Comic Party
- Takase Mizuki (高瀬瑞希) Partner
- Inagawa Yu (猪名川由宇) Partner, Added in Aquapazza Version 1.5A
From White Album
- Morikawa Yuki (森川由綺) Partner
- Ogata Rina (緒方理奈) Partner
Bradly Hale of Hardcore Gamer said that "It may lack high-class refinement in certain areas, and the cast of fighters probably won’t be recognizable to those outside of the Japanese gaming scene, but those issues are incredibly minor when put up against the bigger picture — which in this case is a sound, robust fighting game."  Mandi Odoerfer of GameZone praised the game's Active Emotion System, saying that it "eliminates some of the fighting genre's biggest annoyances". In Japan, Famitsu gave it a score of two sevens and two sixes for a total of 26 out of 40.
- "『アクアパッツァ』アクアプラスから2D格闘ゲームが登場" [A 2D Fighting Game Arrives from Aquaplus: Aquapazza] (in Japanese). Famitsu. January 27, 2011. Retrieved December 27, 2012.
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- Odoerfer, Mandi (November 19, 2013). "Aquapazza: Aquaplus Dream Match Review". GameZone. Retrieved December 30, 2013.
- Ingenito, Vince (December 17, 2013). "Aquapazza [Aquaplus Dream Match] Review". IGN. Retrieved July 20, 2017.
- "AquaPazza: AquaPlus Dream Match review". Play UK. No. 239. January 2014. p. 72. Retrieved July 20, 2017.
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