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King of Fighters '96 Neo-Geo Collection (1997)

An in-depth look at "The King of Fighters '96" providing info on the story, the chance to "interview" the characters of the game and the voices behind them, and more!

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Credited cast:
Hiroyuki Arita ...
Chang Koehan / Himself (voice)
Satoshi Hashimoto ...
Terry Bogard / Kim Kaphwan / Himself (voice)
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Joe Higashi / Himself (voice)
Kaori Horie ...
Yuri Sakazaki / Herself (voice)
Harumi Ikoma ...
King / Herself (voice)
Mantarô Koichi ...
Robert Garcia / Himself (voice)
Kong Kuwata ...
Geese Howard / Himself (voice)
B.J. Love ...
Wolfgang Krauser / Himself (voice)
Monster Maetsuka ...
Benimaru Nikaido / Choi Bounge / Ralf Jones / Himself (voice) (as Monster Maezuka)
Masaru Naka ...
Mr. Big / Himself (voice)
Keiichi Nanba ...
Andy Bogard / Himself (voice)
Toshikazu Nishimura ...
Chin Gensai / Himself (voice)
Masahiro Nonaka ...
Kyô Kusanagi / Himself (voice)
Akiko Saitou ...
Chizuru Kagura / Herself (voice)
Tamao Satô ...
Athena Asamiya / Herself (voice)
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An in-depth look at "The King of Fighters '96" providing info on the story, the chance to "interview" the characters of the game and the voices behind them, and more!

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Despite being in Japanese, in 2004, SNK set up a 10th Anniversary page featuring the profiles for all the characters (including the ones for this game) in English up on a special website (see Miscellaneous Links). See more »

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