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King of Fighters '95, The
Member of U.S.A. / Southtown team.

Real Bout Fatal Fury Special
Available in EX mode with code

King of Fighters '97, The
'97 Special Team

King of Fighters '98, The
'97 Special Team Available in Real Bout 2 style by holding Start during selection.

King of Fighters '99, The
Available only in Dreamcast version.

King of Fighters 2000, The
Fatal Fury Team's "another striker"

King of Fighters 2002: Unlimited Match, The
Member of the '97 Special Team.

King of Fighters 2002: Unlimited Match, The
Member of the '97 Special Team.

King of Fighters 13, The
Console version only. Sub-boss fought in Arcade Mode by performing at least 2 Target Actions in each preceeding match. Unlocked upon defeat.

Don't Break My Ribs, Whoa Whoa Tonight

Billy Estevez (Emilio Kane)
Fatal Fury 2
Boss Character
3/5/1993
Portrayed by Katsuhisa Namase
King of Fighters '95, The
Playable Character
7/25/1995
Member of U.S.A. / Southtown team.
Real Bout Fatal Fury
Playable Character
12/11/1995
Portrayed by Atsushi Yamanishi
Real Bout Fatal Fury Special
Playable Character
1/28/1997
Available in EX mode with code
Portrayed by Atsushi Yamanishi
King of Fighters '97, The
Playable Character
7/28/1997
'97 Special Team
Portrayed by Atsushi Yamanishi
Real Bout Fatal Fury 2
Playable Character
3/20/1998
Portrayed by Atsushi Yamanishi
Real Bout Fatal Fury Special: Dominated Mind
Playable Character
6/25/1998
Portrayed by Atsushi Yamanishi
King of Fighters '98, The
Playable Character
7/22/1998
'97 Special Team Available in Real Bout 2 style by holding Start during selection.
Portrayed by Atsushi Yamanishi
Fatal Fury: Wild Ambition
Playable Character
1/28/1999
Portrayed by Atsushi Yamanishi
The King of Fighters '99: Evolution
Striker Character
3/30/2000
Available only in Dreamcast version.
Portrayed by Atsushi Yamanishi
King of Fighters 2000, The
Playable Character
7/26/2000
Fatal Fury Team's "another striker"
Portrayed by Atsushi Yamanishi
King of Fighters 2002, The
Playable Character
10/10/2002
'97 Team
Portrayed by Atsushi Yamanishi
King of Fighters 2003, The
Playable Character
12/12/2003
Portrayed by Seijiro
King of Fighters Neowave, The
Playable Character
7/30/2004
Portrayed by Atsushi Yamanishi
King of Fighters 2006, The
Playable Character
4/27/2006
Portrayed by Atsushi Yamanishi, Marc Donovan
King of Fighters '98, The: Ultimate Match
Playable Character
1/20/2008
Portrayed by Atsushi Yamanishi
King of Fighters 2002: Unlimited Match, The
Playable Character
2/26/2009
Member of the '97 Special Team.
Portrayed by Atsushi Yamanishi
The King of Fighters 2002 Unlimited Match Tougeki Version
Playable Character
6/24/2010
Member of the '97 Special Team.
Portrayed by Atsushi Yamanishi
King of Fighters 13, The
Boss Character
Console version only. Sub-boss fought in Arcade Mode by performing at least 2 Target Actions in each preceeding match. Unlocked upon defeat.
Portrayed by Seijiro
Did you know?

Reduced Roster
According to some leftover data on the home version discs, The King of Fighters XII originally would have had Mai, Yuri, King, Vice, Takuma, Hwa Jai, "Billy", a "Dark" Ash, and a KoF '98 version of Iori, as well as a boss of unknown identity. KoF XII was well-known to have been rushed through development, so these characters all obviously got the axe due to budget and time constraints. Further supporting this is the fact that all of these characters made it info KoF XIII eventually (counting the home version).
Don't Break My Ribs, Whoa Whoa Tonight
Referencing the way Iori broke the team up at the end of KOF'95 (by beating Eiji and Billy within an inch of their lives), Billy and Iori have special intros together in '97, '98, and '02.

In '97, Billy simply points his pole at Iori and says "I WISH I COULD TEAR HIM APART!" (presumably he can't because of Geese's orders).

Billy still wishes he could tear him apart in '98, but now Eiji appears behind him and they both shake their fists. Eiji disappears leaving Billy confused.

In '02 Billy drops the line but Eiji still pops in to leer menacingly. By 2003, both of them have apparently gotten over it.
Billy Estevez (Emilio Kane)
According to a sidebar in an issue of Neo Geo Freak, Billy Kane was originally modelled on Emilio Estevez.

At least, I am pretty sure that's what it's saying.

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