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Virtua Fighter

Alternative Titles

Japanese: バーチャファイター


Type: TV
Episodes: 35
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 9, 1995 to Jun 27, 1996
Premiered: Fall 1995
Broadcast: Mondays at 18:30 (JST)
Licensors: Media Blasters
Source: Game
Duration: 25 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 7.131 (scored by 2,653 users)
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Ranked: #32032
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Popularity: #5069
Members: 5,726
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Akira Yuki has spent years honing his Bajiquan skills under the guidance of his grandfather. He yearns to see the constellation of the eight stars of heaven, which are only revealed to those with real strength. This burning desire urges him to embark on travels, so as to learn more about how to see the stars.

Meanwhile, a nefarious robotics scientist, Eva Durix, desires to create the perfect soldier. Eva's group, Judgment 6, tracks down and kidnaps Sarah Bryant, a college student and close acquaintance of Akira who is investigating a mysterious accident concerning her brother. Akira must now fight his way to Sarah to save her from the clutches of Judgement 6, a perilous path sure to be paved with countless challenges.


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Characters & Voice Actors


Yoshida, Reiko
Kamio, Ryuu
Script, Series Composition
Mitsuyoshi, Takenobu
Theme Song Performance
Matsumoto, Toshiaki
Theme Song Composition

Edit Opening Theme

#1: "Wild Vision" by Ishikawa Masatoshi (eps 1-24)
#2: "Ai ga Tarinai ze (愛がたりないぜ)" by Takenobu Mitsuyoshi (eps 25-35)

Edit Ending Theme

#1: "Kuchibiru no Shinwa (くちびるの神話)" by Vivian Hsu
#2: "Kyouhansha (共犯者)" by Vivian Hsu

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Oct 11, 2008
ParaParaJMo (All reviews)
I feel with a traditional martial arts story in relation to anime, I feel it could go in certain specific ways and I felt it was a damned if you do, damned if you don’t situation with what your typical martial arts movie or series could be. Allow me to explain, in the games, Akira is portrayed more as a serious old school style martial artist and tends to really have no sense of humor. While in the anime, his behavior is juvenile, sarcastic, and has an appetite like Gokuu from Dragon Ball. Despite that, he still has a deep respect for the martial arts read more


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