Virtua Fighter 5

Rise through the ranks in the fifth world tournament with lightning quick combos and complex martial arts moves. Fight as one of 17 characters and master their specialized fighting styles.

  • 2006
  • Sega
  • 2 Players
  • Fighting


The Fourth World Fighting Tournament had come down to one final fight between Kage-Maru and Shun Di. But as Kage-Maru was about to deliver the final blow to Shun, the glowing, silver form of Dural interrupted the match.

"Mother..." Kage-Maru whispered, facing the transformed being that had once been Tsukikage. Knowing full well that it was too late to save his mother, Kage-Maru destroyed her with own hands. But when he looked at her face, his expression froze. "This is..."

Concerned by Dural's defeat, Judgement 6 captured Vanessa for the next phase of the Dural program. But before they could could turn her into the next Dural, she disappeared -- apparently with inside help of someone. But they had already captured her combat data into the production-model Dural, and thus J6 announced the Fifth World Fighting Tournament to test the abilities of the new V-Dural and to determine the identity of the traitors with J6.

All the invitations for the Fifth World Fighting Tournament have been sent and now the 17 best fighters in the world begin their final phases of preparation. They must learn from prior mistakes and perfect every aspect of their mind, body, and soul - for there is no room for mistakes in this competition.

How to Play

Virtua Fighter 5 is primarily played using a Joystick and three Buttons, Guard, Punch and Kick. Users can learn and use an array of combo's to take on their enemies by combining a certain series button and directional movements.

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