Project X Zone 2

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Project X Zone 2
Developer Monolith Soft
Publisher Bandai Namco Entertainment
Platforms Nintendo 3DS
Released JP: November 12, 2015
EU: February 12, 2016
AU: February 12, 2016
NA: February 16, 2016
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Project X Zone 2 is a strategy role-playing video game that contains characters that cross over from various series owned by Bandai Namco, Capcom, Nintendo, and Sega.

It was developed by Monolith Soft and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment for the Nintendo 3DS in Japan on November 12, 2015, in Europe on February 12, 2016, in Australia on February 12, 2016, and in North America on February 16, 2016.

Project X Zone 2, the third part of a trilogy, added Nintendo characters. The original Namco x Capcom only had Namco and Capcom characters. The direct predecessor, Project X Zone, added Sega characters.

Playable characters

Like the original Project X Zone, Project X Zone 2 includes dozens of characters that cross over from popular video game franchises. It contains characters that fight in teams of two as well as solo fighters which can provide assistance to the teams.

It includes one more cooperating studio than before, as Nintendo characters are playable. A total of fifty-eight playable characters are included in the game. Two characters which were created for the Project X Zone trilogy, Reiji Arisu and Xiaomu, return from Namco x Capcom.

Character roster

Character Series Partner Studio
Morrigan Aensland Darkstalkers Demitri Maximoff Capcom
Ciel Alençon God Eater Nana Kazuki Bandai Namco
Alisa Illinichina Amiella God Eater Solo Bandai Namco
Reiji Arisu Namco x Capcom Xiaomu Bandai Namco
Aty Summon Night Solo Bandai Namco
Captain Commando Captain Commando Solo Capcom
Pai Chan Virtua Fighter Solo Sega
Chrom Fire Emblem Lucina Nintendo
Chun-Li Street Fighter Ling Xaioyu Capcom
Dante Devil May Cry Vergil Capcom
Felicia Darkstalkers Solo Capcom
Fiora Xenoblade Chronicles KOS-MOS Nintendo
Erica Fontaine Sakura Wars Ichirō Ōgami Sega
Haseo .hack Kite Bandai Namco
Ryo Hazuki Shenmue Solo Sega
Estellise Sidos Heurassein Tales of series Solo Bandai Namco
Hibana Nightshade Solo Sega
Strider Hiryu Strider Hotsuma Capcom
Hotsuma Shinobi Strider Hiryu Sega
Ingrid Capcom Fighting Jam Solo Capcom
Kage-Maru Virtua Fighter Akira Yuki Sega
Nana Kazuki God Eater Ciel Alençon Bandai Namco
Jin Kazama Tekken Kazuya Mishima Bandai Namco
Kazuma Kiryu Like a Dragon Goro Majima Sega
Leon S. Kennedy Resident Evil Solo Capcom
Kite .hack Haseo Bandai Namco
KOS-MOS Xenosaga Fiora Bandai Namco
Leanne Resonance of Fate Solo Sega
Yuri Lowell Tales of series Flynn Scifo Bandai Namco
Lucina Fire Emblem Chrom Nintendo
Goro Majima Like a Dragon Kazuma Kiryu Sega
Ken Masters Street Fighter Ryu Capcom
Dmitri Maximoff Darkstalkers Morrigan Aensland Capcom
Xaioyu Ling Street Fighter Chun-Li Capcom
June Lin Milliam Star Gladiator Solo Capcom
Heihachi Mishima Tekken Solo Bandai Namco
Kazuya Mishima Tekken Jin Kazama Bandai Namco
Natsu Soulcalibur Solo Bandai Namco
Ichirō Ōgami Sakura Wars Erica Fontaine Sega
Chris Redfield Resident Evil Jill Valentine Capcom
Ryu Street Fighter Ken Masters Capcom
Flynn Scifo Tales of series Yuri Lowell Bandai Namco
Sanshiro Segata Segata Sanshiro Solo Sega
Sakura Shinguji Sakura Wars Gemini Sunrise Sega
Axel Stone Streets of Rage Solo Sega
Gemini Sunrise Sakura Wars Sakura Shinguji Sega
Ulala Space Channel 5 Solo Sega
Jill Valentine Resident Evil Chris Redfield Capcom
Valkyrie The Legend of Valkyrie Solo Bandai Namco
Vashyron Resonance of Fate Zephyr Sega
Vergil Devil May Cry Dante Capcom
Phoenix Wright
Maya Fey
Ace Attorney Solo Capcom
X Mega Man X Zero Capcom
Xiaomu Namco x Capcom Reiji Arisu Bandai Namco
Akira Yuki Virtua Fighter Kage-Maru Sega
Zephyr Resonance of Fate Vashyron Sega
Zero Mega Man X X Capcom