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404 Game Re:Set Will Feature a Fatal Fury Crossover

During the first official livestream for 404 Game Re:Set, Sega revealed that the game will hold a crossover event with the Fatal Fury series. The game will add new playable characters inspired by the Fatal Fury series. The Anode version of the character is designed after Terry Bogard. In addition, in-game collectable figures based on Terry and Andy Bogard will appear as log-in bonuses and gacha prices. The event kicks off on May 30, 2023. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]

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As part of the collaboration event, 404 Game Re:Set will include two new playable Anode and Cathode versions of characters representing the Fatal Fury franchise. Both Anode and Cathode versions of the character will be voiced by Ayane Sakura. She is also known for voicing Ochako Uraraka in My Hero Academia, Gabi Braun in Attack on Titan, and Yotsuba Nakano in The Quintessential Quintuplets.

You can take a better look at the Anode and Cathode versions of the Fatal Fury characters being added to 404 Game Re:Set here:

404 Game Re:Set is a game set in an alternate universe where Sega took over the world and rules it with an iron fist. Players take control of Casts, the personification of classic arcade games, in order to take down Sega. Sega recently announced that the game achieved one million downloads.

404 Game Re:Set is now available to download on Android and iOS devices in Japan. Terry and Andy Bogard will appear in the upcoming Fatal Fury event, which starts in Japan on May 30, 2023.

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