Sunday vs Magazine: Shūketsu! Chōjō Daikessen

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Sunday VS Magazine: Shūketsu! Chōjō Daikessen
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Developer(s)Konami Computer Entertainment Aomori
Hudson Soft
Publisher(s)Konami
Platform(s)PlayStation Portable
Release
  • JP: March 26, 2009
Genre(s)Fighting
Mode(s)Single-player
Two-player

Sunday VS Magazine: Shūketsu! Chōjō Daikessen (サンデー VS マガジン 集結! 頂上大決戦, Sandē Bāsasu Magajin Shūketsu! Chōjō Daikessen) is a fighting game developed by Konami Computer Entertainment Aomori and Hudson Soft and published by Konami for the PlayStation Portable (PSP). The game celebrates the 50th anniversaries of shōnen manga magazines Weekly Shōnen Sunday and Weekly Shōnen Magazine published by Shogakukan and Kodansha, respectively, featuring prominent manga characters from both publications as playable fighters.[1][2]

Playable characters[edit]

Weekly Shōnen Sunday characters Weekly Shōnen Magazine characters
Recca Hanabishi (Flame of Recca) Itsuki Minami (Air Gear)
Hayate Ayasaki (Hayate the Combat Butler) Ringo Noyamano (Air Gear)
Takizawa Noboru (Honō no Tenkōsei) Joe Yabuki (Ashita no Joe)
Inuyasha (Inuyasha) Shinichi Mechazawa (Cromartie High School)
Yoshimori Sumimura (Kekkaishi) Joe Shimamura (Cyborg 009)
Tokine Yukimura (Kekkaishi) Akira Fudo (Devilman)
Kenichi Shirahama (Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple) Natsu Dragneel (Fairy Tail)
Miu Fūrinji (Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple) Lucy Heartfilia (Fairy Tail)
R. Ichiro Tanaka (Kyūkyoku Chōjin R) Ban Midou (GetBackers)
Kosuke Ueki (The Law of Ueki) Ippo Makunouchi (Hajime no Ippo)
Ryo Takatsuki (Project ARMS) Mamoru Takamura (Hajime no Ippo)
Ushio Aotsuki (Ushio and Tora) Kōtarō Shindō (Kōtarō Makaritōru!)
Yaiba Kurogane (Yaiba) Negi Springfield (Negima! Magister Negi Magi)
Kaoru Akashi (Zettai Karen Children) Demon Eyes Kyo (Samurai Deeper Kyo)
Naoto Date (Tiger Mask)

References[edit]

  1. ^ IGN staff (January 5, 2009). "Sunday Faces off Against Magazine". IGN. Retrieved March 15, 2012.
  2. ^ Spencer (January 29, 2009). "Konami Mashes Manga Characters Together For PSP Fighter". Siliconera. Retrieved March 15, 2012.

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