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|imagewidth = 250px
 
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|caption = Virtua Fighter 2 VS Tekken 2's title screen.
 
|caption = Virtua Fighter 2 VS Tekken 2's title screen.
|developer = [[Gamtec]](?)
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|developer = [[Gamtec]]?
 
|console = Sega Mega Drive
 
|console = Sega Mega Drive
|date = 1996-1997(?)
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|date = 1996-1997?
 
|engine = ''Virtua Fighter VS Tekken 2'' engine
 
|engine = ''Virtua Fighter VS Tekken 2'' engine
 
|sound = ''Wonder Boy III: Monster Lair'' (SMPS Z80)
 
|sound = ''Wonder Boy III: Monster Lair'' (SMPS Z80)
 
|alt = ''V.R Fighter VS Taken 2'' (Title screen)
 
|alt = ''V.R Fighter VS Taken 2'' (Title screen)
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}}'''''Virtua Fighter 2 VS Tekken 2''''' (referred to as '''''V.R Fighter VS Taken2''''' [sic] on the title screen) is a bootleg game based on ''Virtua Fighter 2'', ''Tekken 2'' and ''Fighters Megamix'' for the Sega Mega Drive.
'''''Virtua Fighter 2 VS Tekken 2''''' (referred to as '''''V.R Fighter VS Taken2''''' [sic] on the title screen) is a bootleg game based on ''Virtua Fighter 2'', ''Tekken 2'', and ''Fighters Megamix'' for the Sega Mega Drive.
 
   
 
== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
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== Connection with Gamtec ==
 
== Connection with Gamtec ==
''Virtua Fighter 2 VS Tekken 2'' seems to be the first of these Mega Drive bootleg games, as its engine has been reused in games such as ''[[Tekken 3 Special]]'', ''[[Soul Blade Super]]'' and many others. As mentioned, its control scheme is based on the original ''Virtua Fighter 2'' and many of these other games keep this. This is especially notable for games like ''Tekken 3 Special'', ''[[Samurai Spirits II]]'', and [[The King of Fighters '98 (Mega Drive)|''The King of Fighters '98'']] whose original source never used a block button. Many of these later fighting games have traces of Gamtec, either using PC Paint fonts or having an "MD Compatible" label on the spine.
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''Virtua Fighter 2 VS Tekken 2'' seems to be the first of these Mega Drive bootleg games, as its engine has been reused in games such as ''[[Tekken 3 Special]]'', ''[[Soul Blade Super]]'' and many others. As mentioned, its control scheme is based on the original ''Virtua Fighter 2'' and many of these other games keep this. This is especially notable for games like ''Tekken 3 Special'', ''[[Samurai Spirits II]]'' and ''[[King of Fighters '98]]'' whose original source never used a block button. Many of these later fighting games have traces of Gamtec, either using PC Paint fonts or having an "MD Compatible" label on the spine.
   
 
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]]''.
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**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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==References==
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== Gallery ==
 
== Gallery ==
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VF.jpg|Reprint cartridge featuring Wolf from VF2 and Terry from ''Garou: Mark of the Wolves''.
 
VF.jpg|Reprint cartridge featuring Wolf from VF2 and Terry from ''Garou: Mark of the Wolves''.
 
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== References ==
 
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[[Category:Games]]
 
[[Category:Games]]
 
[[Category:Mega Drive/Genesis games]]
 
[[Category:Mega Drive/Genesis games]]
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