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Battle Arena ToshindenEdit

Battle Arena Toshinden (バトルアリーナ闘神伝, Batoru Arīna Tōshinden) is a weapons-based fighting game for the Plays
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tation, Sega Saturn and PC. Developed by Tamsoft, it was one of the first fighting games to boast polygonal characters in a 3D environment. It was an early killer game for the PlayStation, and Sony promoted it eagerly. However, they soon left the series, which was published by Playmates Interactive. By that time, fighting games like Tekken started emerging and Battle Arena Toshinden quickly declined in popularity. However it did spawn Battle Arena Toshinden 2, 3, and 4, along with many spin-offs and ports.

Battle Arena Toshinden was the first 3D weapons fighter, and was succeeded in spirit by Soul Edge and other games of the genre.

Battle Arena Toshinden 2Edit

Battle Arena Toshinden 2 for the PlayStation is the sequel to Battle Arena Toshinden. As with its precursor,
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it is a weapons-based 3D fighting game.

Though the core gameplay remains unchanged from the first game, Toshinden 2 includes a simple combo system. The 3D movement is also altered to create slightly better balance in battle.




Battle Arena Toshinden 3Edit

Battle Arena Toshinden 3 for PlayStation is a 3D weapons-based fighting game and sequel of Battle Arena Ts
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hinden 2. Toshinden 3 is the first of the main series not to be ported to other platforms. It is also the only game in the series that has game play differences between the Japanese version and subsequent US and European releases.

Whereas Toshinden 2 was largely built upon the first game, Toshinden 3 radically changes the series' gameplay. Most notably the arenas are now enclosed, allowing players to launch opponents into the walls and ceilings in order to juggle them with further attacks. The combo system has also been reworked, with every character possessing a preset list of combos.As well as the 14 starting fighters, the game also adds a huge 18 unlockable fighters bringing the total to 32, though most of them are largely mirror images of the original 14's fighting styles. I'm going to the end.

Toshinden 4Edit

Toshinden 4 (Toshinden Subaru in Japan) is the fourth installment of the fighting game series Battle Arena
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Toshinden. Unlike previous installments, it only saw release in Japan and the PAL region. It was released a total of three times in the UK.

It originally came out on August 21, 2000, and it was re-released on The White Label Range on April 12, 2001. It was re-released again by Play It On, November 20, 2003.




Toshinden(wii)Edit

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A new Toshinden game was unveiled in Weekly Famitsu in 2008. It is being developed by DreamFactory for the Wii and as of this post has no connection to the previous titles story-wise that anyone outside of Takara or Tamsoft knows. It is known as War Budokai, roughly translated as War Tournament. While the past Toshinden installments have featured mainly weapons-based combat, War Budokai will feature hand-to-hand combat alongside the weapons-based battles. A total of 8 characters have been unveiled in official illustrations. An official release date has yet to be announced.

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