|Developer(s)||Cavia and Type-Moon|
Fate/tiger colosseum (Japanese: フェイト/タイガーころしあむ Hepburn: Feito/taigā koroshiamu) is a 3D fighting video game based on the visual novel Fate/stay night, released for the PlayStation Portable by Capcom and Cavia in cooperation with Type-Moon. The characters are all rendered in a super deformed style. A sequel, Fate/tiger colosseum Upper, was released on August 28, 2008.
A bonus character was also seen as a new addition to the roster of characters. That character was revealed as Saber dressed in a lion costume (to represent her favorite animal) wielding a piece of meat. In the trailers all she says is "Gao Gao Gao!" which is a sound that a lion would make.
- Taiga Fujimura
- Shirō Emiya
- Rin Tōsaka
- Sakura Matō
- Dark Sakura
- Illyasviel von Einzbern
- Shinji Matō
- Sōichirō Kuzuki
- True Assassin
- Saber Alter
- Kirei Kotomine
- Bazett Fraga Mcremitz (from hollow ataraxia)
- Caren Ortensia (from hollow ataraxia)
- Saber Lion
- Lion costume form of Saber.
tiger colosseum Upper
- Kiritsugu Emiya
- Irisviel von Einzbern
- Avenger (from hollow ataraxia)
- Neco-Arc (from Tsukihime)
- Deutragonist of tiger colosseum Upper.
- A Magical girl form of Caren in Paper bag head and antagonist of tiger colosseum Upper.
- Kaleido-Ruby (from hollow ataraxia)
- A magical girl form of Rin.
Fate/tiger colosseum was the 4th best-selling game during its week of release in Japan according to sources from the Media Create Weekly Ranking, selling 54,880 copies. It then rose to 3rd place with 64,530 copies sold.
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