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Andy Bogard
Playable Character
Portrayed by Jun Hashimoto
Member of Italy team.
Athena Asamiya
Playable Character
Portrayed by Reiko Fukui
Member of China team.
Benimaru Nikaido
Playable Character
Portrayed by Monster Maetsuka
Member of Japan team
Brian Battler
Playable Character
Portrayed by Eiji Yano
Member of U.S.A. team
Chang Koehan
Playable Character
Portrayed by Yoshinori Shima
Member of Korea team.
Chin Gentsai
Playable Character
Portrayed by Toshikazu Nishimura
Member of China team.
Choi Bounge
Playable Character
Portrayed by Monster Maetsuka
Member of Korea team.
Clark Steel
Playable Character
Portrayed by Yoshinori Shima
Member of Brazil team.
Goro Daimon
Playable Character
Portrayed by Masaki Usui
Member of Japan team
Heavy D!
Playable Character
Portrayed by Toshikazu Nishimura
Member of U.S.A. team
Heidern
Playable Character
Portrayed by Toshimitsu Arai
Member of Brazil team.
Kensou
Playable Character
Portrayed by Eiji Yano
Member of China team.
Kim Kaphwan
Playable Character
Portrayed by Satoshi Hashimoto
Member of Korea team.
King
Playable Character
Portrayed by Harumi Ikoma
Member of England team.
Kyo Kusanagi
Playable Character
Portrayed by Masahiro Nonaka
Member of Japan team
Lucky Glauber
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kay Inage
Member of U.S.A. team
Mai Shiranui
Playable Character
Portrayed by Akoya Sogi
Member of England team.
Ralf Jones
Playable Character
Portrayed by Monster Maetsuka
Member of Brazil team.
Robert Garcia
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kay Inage
Member of Mexico team
Rugal Bernstein
Boss Character
Portrayed by Toshimitsu Arai
Ryo Sakazaki
Playable Character
Portrayed by Masaki Usui
Member of Mexico team
Saishu Kusanagi
Hidden Character
Portrayed by Toshimitsu Arai
Only available in KoF '94 Re-Bout
Takuma Sakazaki
Playable Character
Portrayed by Eiji Tsuda
Member of Mexico team
Terry Bogard
Playable Character
Portrayed by Satoshi Hashimoto
Member of Italy team.
Yuri Sakazaki
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kaori Horie
Member of England team.

Decent Exposure
Plotwise, King's true gender was revealed during when Ryo split her shirt open with a Koh Oh Ken, a feat that could be replicated if it was used as th...
Fighter Select
Releases
Neo Geo
8/25/1994
Neo Geo CD
11/02/1994
Playstation 2
12/28/2004
Includes original version and slightly upgraded version.
Playstation 2
05/05/2008
Compilation release.
Playstation Portable
5/5/2008
Compilation release.
Wii
7/29/2008
Compilation release.
Wii
10/28/2008
Compilation release.
Playstation Portable
10/28/2008
Compilation release.
Playstation 2
10/28/2008
Compilation release. Only available in the U.S. and European release.
Playstation Network
12/21/2010
Playstation Network
01/21/2015
PlayStation 4
10/27/2016
Xbox One
3/9/2017
Switch
3/16/2017
Windows
12/14/2017
Windows 10 release
PlayStation 4
6/26/2018
Compilation release.
Xbox

Developed as exclusive to the Xbox outside of Japan. Was advertised in magazines and in SNK game instruction manuals all the way up to the month it was scheduled to release, and then dropped from SNK's release schedule.
Did you know?
Decent Exposure
Plotwise, King's true gender was revealed during when Ryo split her shirt open with a Koh Oh Ken, a feat that could be replicated if it was used as the final blow in AoF1. This could also be performed on Yuri in AoF2, and even followed them both to the first few editions of KoF.

Gnawfest '94
Both Esaka (hero team theme) and Ketchaku (Rugal's second theme) contain samples of some kind of radio announcer from the Digital Underground song "Gutfest '89." Both Esaka and Ketchaku have the phrase "You can hear behind me now that's uh, I think they're called Blue Death" and Ketchaku contains the line "Yeah you can hear they're just having a ball and a hell of a time down here at Gutfest this year." The samples sound slightly distorted and lower in pitch.


Since 2006
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