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Unlike the later fighting games which use the ''High Seas Havoc'' sound driver, ''Virtua Fighter 2 VS Tekken 2'' rips theirs from ''Wonder Boy III: Monster Lair''. Gamtec has used this sound engine as well for a number of their games (mostly their later output) and it has shown up in ''Rockman X3'', another Gamtec-affilated game. Both this game and Rockman X3 had their compositions reused for ''[[Tekken 2]]''.
 
Unlike the later fighting games which use the ''High Seas Havoc'' sound driver, ''Virtua Fighter 2 VS Tekken 2'' rips theirs from ''Wonder Boy III: Monster Lair''. Gamtec has used this sound engine as well for a number of their games (mostly their later output) and it has shown up in ''Rockman X3'', another Gamtec-affilated game. Both this game and Rockman X3 had their compositions reused for ''[[Tekken 2]]''.
   
The ''Tekken'' side of the roster is the same as the one in ''Tekken 3 Special'' and ''Tekken 2'', only with Yoshimitsu added for both and Nina and Law for the former. While the sprites are not exactly the same, they seem to use the same models as a base and were redrawn in a similar style.
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The Tekken side of the roster is the same as the one in ''Tekken 3 Special'' and ''Tekken 2'', only with Yoshimitsu added for both and Nina and Law for the former. While the sprites are not exactly the same, they seem to use the same models as a base and were redrawn in a similar style.
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
*The title screen misspells the game as ''V.R. Fighter VS Taken 2''. The "V.R. Fighter" part can be explained in that it's a literal translation of the Chinese title for the ''Virtua Fighter'' series, which is "VR戰士" (VR Zhànshì).
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*The title screen misspells the game as V.R. Fighter VS Taken 2. The "V.R. Fighter" part can be explained in that it's a literal translation of the Chinese title for the Virtua Fighter series, which is "VR戰士" (VR Zhànshì).
 
*The box itself features several characters who do not show in-game:
 
*The box itself features several characters who do not show in-game:
**Nina William appears on the front of the box as the ''Tekken'' represenative but isn't on the roster.
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**Nina William appears on the front of the box as the Tekken represenative but isn't even part of the roster.
**The back of the box features the wrong portraits from some characters: Pai's portrait is edited off of Michelle Chang from ''Tekken'', Wolf has Jeffry McWild from ''Virtua Fighter'' in his portrait and Honey has an edited Nina in her portrait.
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**The back of the box features the wrong portraits from some characters: Pai's portrait is edited off of Michelle Chang from Tekken, Wolf has Jeffry McWild from Virtua Fighter in his portrait and Honey has an edited Nina in her portrait.
**There's also a description on the back of the box that makes reference to Yoshimitsu. However, this description is from a magazine ad used for ''Tekken 2''.<ref>https://twitter.com/Tenshimitsu/status/803304935290994688</ref>
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**There's also a description on the back of the box that makes reference to Yoshimitsu. However, this description is from a magazine ad used for Tekken 2.<ref>https://twitter.com/Tenshimitsu/status/803304935290994688</ref>
**The background of the back of the box features a swimsuit pic from a ''Tekken 2'' calender involving Michelle (as well as Nina but she is mostly obstructed by the ''Tekken 2'' screeshot)<ref>https://www.pinterest.com/pin/576108977323432666/</ref>
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**The background of the back of the box features a swimsuit pic from a Tekken 2 calender involving Michelle (as well as Nina but she is mostly obstructed by the Tekken 2 screeshot)<ref>https://www.pinterest.com/pin/576108977323432666/</ref>
**The ''Virtua Fighter 2'' screenshot shows Lau Chan who doesn't show up in-game.
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**The Virtua Fighter 2 screenshot shows Lau Chan who doesn't show up in-game.
*Lion's stage appears to feature three Kumachan waving flags. It's unknown if this variant of the stage has shown up in any of the ''Virtua Fighter'' games or in ''Fighters Megamix''.
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*Lion's stage appears to feature three Kumachan waving flags. It's unknown if this variant of the stage has shown up in any of the Virtua Fighter games or in Fighters Megamix.
*Jun, Paul, Kazuya and Heihachi all appear to be using their alternate outfits from ''Tekken 2'' instead of their default.
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*Jun, Paul, Kazuya and Heihachi all appear to be using their alternate outfits from Tekken 2 instead of their default.
 
**Heihachi's pants are incorrectly colored green while his second player palette has the correct color. This error is also carried over into ''Tekken 3 Special''.
 
**Heihachi's pants are incorrectly colored green while his second player palette has the correct color. This error is also carried over into ''Tekken 3 Special''.
 
*The options screen misspells "No Damage" as "No Demege".
 
*The options screen misspells "No Damage" as "No Demege".
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