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Virtua Fighter (バーチャファイター Bācha Faitā) is a 1995 anime based on the videogame developed by SEGA of the same name. The story tells the adventures of Akira Yuki who tries to save the daughter of a mobster.

Cast

Image Character Seiyū Dub Actor
Akira Yuki VFAnime.png Akira Yuuki Shinichirō Miki Tony Schnur
Pai Chan VFAnime.png Pai Chan Naoko Matsui Amy Tipton
Lau Chan VFAnime.png Lau Chan Shigeru Chiba Thomas Bruning
Jacky Bryant VFAnime.png Jacky Bryant Yasunori Matsumoto Michael Granberry
Sarah Bryant VFAnime.png Sarah Bryant Maya Okamoto Juliet Cesario
Shun Di VFAnime.png Shun Di Kōichi Kitamura Jason Hatfield
Lee Coleman VFAnime.png Lee Coleman Kazuhiro Nakata Alex Wharff
Blue Davis VFAnime.png Blues Davis ¿? Ed Wagenseller
Kage-maru Kiyoyuki Yanada Geoff Whitesell
Lion Rafale Tetsuya Iwanaga Jonathan Frappier
Wolf Hawkfield Unshō Ishizuka Kevin Potts
Jeffrey McWild Ryūzaburō Ōtomo Boise Holmes
Eva Durix Atsuko Tanaka Katherine Vernon
Liu Kowloon Taiten Kusunoki Scott Bailey
Virtua Fighter (Anime) Title.png Narrator Shigeru Chiba Chris Nubel

Additional Voices

  • Stephanie Anderson
  • Scott Bailey
  • Bryan Bolick
  • Sheila Brothers
  • Jeff Call
  • Michael Cassano
  • Steve Chsizmadia
  • Pia Connelly
  • Geancario D'Alessandro
  • Renea Davis
  • Bryan Keith Debose
  • Traci Dinwiddie
  • Cierra Doss
  • Brandon Thomas Evans
  • Bill Flaman
  • Rick Forrester
  • Gabrielle Gibbs
  • Scott Greene
  • Tommy Guinn
  • Treena Hales
  • Heather Hamilton
  • Megan Hancock
  • Courtney Wright Hatfield
  • Jason Hatfield
  • Will Hays
  • Kirby Heffner
  • Chris Hill
  • John Paul Houle
  • Paul Johnson
  • Michael Langley
  • Chris MacPherson
  • Andrew Masset
  • Marc Matney
  • Mary Anne McGonigal
  • Tom McGonigal
  • David Pickelsiemer
  • Rob Piper
  • Felicia Potts
  • Kevin Potts
  • Richard Prather
  • Rob Reville
  • Jordan Rhodes
  • Daniel Richani
  • Elizabeth Roberts
  • Robert Rogan
  • Ty Sears
  • Cameron Shirley
  • Scott Simpson
  • Jason Smith
  • Shane Smith
  • Deborah Spoto
  • Todd Squires
  • Drew Stinnett
  • Steven Stokes
  • Chip Straka
  • Alex Tulloch
  • Steve Tylor
  • Dave Underwood
  • Katherine Vernon
  • Ed Wagenseller
  • Alex Wharff
  • Robert Wicker
  • Jerry Winsett
  • Rob Zapple

Music

  • Opening 1/2: "Wild Vision"
Lead Vocals: Scott Bailey
Background Vocals: Amy Tipton, Pamela Weidner

Notes

  • Due to falling sales, Media Blasters had ended its distribution of the anime after dubbing 24 of the 35 episodes.

Video Releases

Distributor Year Format Content Region Country
Media Blasters 1999-2000 VHS.jpg Episodes 1-24 NTSC United States United States
6 Volumes
2003 DVD.jpg Episodes 1-24 1
NTSC
2 Volumes

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