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|The King of Fighters 2003|
JP December 12, 2003
INT March 11, 2003
JP March 28, 2004
EU April 2006
AUS January 16, 2007
JP August 25, 2005
JP April 15, 2015
|Game modes||3-on-3 Tag Battle; Up to 2 players simultaneously|
|Platform(s)||Arcade, Neo Geo, PlayStation 2, Xbox, PlayStation Network|
The King of Fighters 2003 is the tenth game in The King of Fighters series. It is the last King of Fighters game to be based on the Neo-Geo MVS hardware, and the first game in the series developed and published by SNK Playmore under their current moniker.
As indicated by the game's name, it takes place two years after the last canon King of Fighters game, The King of Fighters 2001. According to the game's storyline, a new King of Fighters tournament is organized by an unknown host. The several new rules are instituted, including a whole new team system.
At the end of the tournament, depending on how players defeat the midgame boss, Kusanagi, the players will either face Adelheid Bernstein or learn that the tournament organizer is Chizuru Kagura and that a group known as "His Distant Land" is working in a secretive plot. After defeating the mysterious stone fighter known as Mukai, Ash Crimson appears before Chizuru, attacks her in her weakened state and steals her powers. Kyo Kusanagi and Iori Yagami come to Chizuru's aid as Ash tells Iori that he's his next target.
Fatal Fury TeamEdit
Art of Fighting TeamEdit
Women Fighters TeamEdit
High School Girls TeamEdit
- Kusanagi (unlockable)
Special Edit TeamEdit
3 Sacred Treasures TeamEdit
- Kyo Kusanagi
- Iori Yagami
- Chizuru Kagura
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