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Ayane
Playable Character
Portrayed by Wakana Yamazaki, Gina Rose
Bass Armstrong
Playable Character
Portrayed by Daisuke Gouri, Terence McGovern
Bayman
Hidden Character
Portrayed by Banjo Ginga
Unlockable in DOA2: Hardcore, unavailable in other versions.
Ein
Playable Character
Portrayed by Hikaru Midorikawa
Gen Fu
Playable Character
Portrayed by Takeshi Aono, Roger L. Jackson
Helena Douglas
Playable Character
Portrayed by Yuka Koyama, Zoe Galvez
Jann Lee
Playable Character
Portrayed by Toshio Furukawa, Brian Vouglas
Kasumi
Playable Character
Portrayed by Sakura Tange, Lucy Kee
Leifang
Playable Character
Portrayed by Yumi Toma
Ryu Hayabusa
Playable Character
Portrayed by Hideyuki Hori
Tina Armstrong
Playable Character
Portrayed by Yuko Nagashima, Sally Dana
Zack
Playable Character
Portrayed by Bin Shimada

Ayane Cosplay
One of Ayane's costumes resembles Millennia from Kagero: Deception 2, a game developed by Tecmo....
Fighter Select
Releases
Naomi
10/16/1999
Dreamcast
2/29/2000
Playstation 2
10/25/2000
Did you know?
Ayane Cosplay
One of Ayane's costumes resembles Millennia from Kagero: Deception 2, a game developed by Tecmo.

Helena Cosplay
One of Helena's costumes resembles Reina from "Deception III: Dark Delusion", a game developed by Tecmo.

I Don't Want to Release a Game
According to a WIRED article, the original Playstation 2 version of DOA2 was rushed and released incomplete when a Tecmo sales manager snuck a test copy away to the manufacturing line. Director Tomonobu Itagaki felt so betrayed he thought he would quit making games, and had to spend time at home drinking profusely while repeatedly watching the film Armageddon and listening to Aerosmith's "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" with his three-year-old daughter.

Later his team would release DOA2 Hardcore as a "finished" product.


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