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The King of Fighters 2001
Publisher: Playmore
Developer:
System(s): Sega Dreamcast
Peripherals supported: Dreamcast VGA Box, Dreamcast Jump Pack, Dreamcast Arcade Stick
Genre: Fighting































Number of players: 1-2
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Dreamcast
JP
¥5,800 T-47304M
Sega Dreamcast
JP
(Dorikore)
¥2,800 T-47304M-1




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The King of Fighters 2001 (ザ・キング・オブ・ファイターズ2001) is an entry in the The King of Fighters series which was originally released on the Neo-Geo arcade hardware by SNK. The Sega Dreamcast version of the game was only released in Japan on December 2002.

Unlike it's predecessors on the Dreamcast, the game does not have any major changes from the original KoF 2001 other than the addition of additional stages from KoF '94 to KoF 2000, like it's predecessor, the game does not support the Dreamcast to Neo Geo Pocket Color link cable.

The game was followed by The King of Fighters 2002: Challenge to Ultimate Battle.

Production credits

Cast
  • K': Yuuki Matsuda
  • Maxima: Katsuyuki Konishi
  • Whip: Shiho Kikuchi
  • Lin: Takaya Kuroda
  • Kyo: Masahiro Nonaka
  • Benimaru: Monster Maeduka
  • Daimon: Masaki Usui
  • Shingo: Takehito Koyasu
  • Iori: Kunihiko Yasui
  • Vanessa: Kaori Minami
  • Seth: Hidetoshi Nakamura
  • Ramon: Eiji Takemoto
  • Leona: Masae Yumi
  • Ralf: Monster Maeduka
  • Clark: Yoshinori Shima
  • Heidern: Toshimitsu Arai
  • Terry: Satoshi Hashimoto
  • Andy: Keiichi Nanba
  • Joe: Nobuyuki Hiyama
  • Mary: Harumi Ikoma
  • Ryo: Masaki Usui
  • Robert: Koichi Mantarou
  • Yuri: Kaori Horie
  • Takuma: Eiji Tsuda
  • King: Harumi Ikoma
  • Mai: Akoya Sogi
  • Hinako: Ayako Kawasumi
  • Xiangfei: Mami Kingetsu
  • Kula: Yumi Kakazu
  • Foxy: Haruna Ikezawa
  • K9999: Nozomu Sasaki
  • Angel: Miina Tominaga
  • Athena: Haruna Ikezawa
  • Kensou: Eiji Yano
  • Chin: Tosikazu Nisimura
  • Bao: Kanako Nakano
  • Kim: Satoshi Hashimoto
  • Chang: Hiroyuki Arita
  • Choi: Monster Maeduka
  • May: Tomoko Kawakami
  • Zero: Toshimitsu Arai
  • Igniz: Norio Wakamoto
  • Ron: Takaya Kuroda
  • Krizalid: Eiji Yano
  • Diana: Haruna Ikezawa
  • Kogorou: Eiji Yano
  • Hizoku Bigmen (Sai): Takaya Kuroda
  • Hizoku Women (Lan): Yumi Kakazu
  • Hizoku Child (Chato): Yumi Kakazu
  • Announce: Mighty Inagaki
Staff
  • Executive Producer: Jen Ju Young, Jinno
  • Producer: Chil Suk Choi
  • Directer: Lee Sen Ho
  • System Engineer
    • Main Engineer: S.Fujinuki
    • Engineers: Nakamura, Koji Shinza, T.Hayashi, Fire Saba
  • Front Designer
    • K': Styleos
    • Maxima: C·A·Yamasaki
    • Whip: Kii & Kuu
    • Lin: C·A·Yamasaki
    • Kyo: Styleos
    • Benimaru: C·A·Yamasaki
    • Daimon: Dice
    • Shingo: Styleos
    • Iori: Styleos
    • Vanessa: Kamada
    • Seth: C·A·Yamasaki
    • Ramon: Taku & Takukko!
    • Leona: Kii & Kuu
    • Ralf: Kii & Kuu
    • Clark: Kii & Kuu
    • Heidern: Kii & Kuu
    • Terry: Dice
    • Andy: C·A·Yamasaki / Taku & Takukko!
    • Joe: Taku & Takukko!
    • Mary: Kii & Kuu
    • Ryo: Kamada
    • Robert: Kamada
    • Yuri: Dice
    • Takuma: Styleos
    • King: Kamada
    • Mai: C·A·Yamasaki
    • Hinako: C·A·Yamasaki
    • Xangfei: Unotti
    • Kula: Kii & Kuu
    • Foxy: Kii & Kuu
    • K9999: Styleos / Dice / Unotti
    • Angel: Styleos
    • Athena: Taku & Takukko!
    • Kensou: C·A·Yamasaki
    • Chin: Taku & Takukko!
    • Bao: Unotti
    • Kim: C·A·Yamasaki
    • Chang: Bandee / Taku & Takukko!
    • Choi: Taku & Takukko!
    • May: C·A·Yamasaki / Kamada
    • Zero: C·A·Yamasaki
    • Igniz: C·A·Yamasaki
  • Back Designer
    • Japan Stage: Guttyon
    • Italy Stage: Mae
    • Mexico Stage: Jaepe / Kobayashi
    • America Stage: ?
    • China Stage: Masae.M
    • Korea Stage: Kobayashi
    • Brazil Stage: ?
    • Zero Stage: Kobayashi
    • Igniz Stage: ?
  • Demo Designer: Norisato, Asuka, Eimotsu
  • Script Writer: Teampow
  • Chief Planner: H.Iga, Hatarow
  • Sequence Chief: Ruyun
  • Sub Planner: Kaba, UED_Aiko
  • Adjuster: T2000, Lix, Nakasan, Jun, U_Ske, Minaru, Fujiiri
  • Music & Sound Design: WBM M.Hataya, WBM Kidon
  • Title Design: Naohisa's Factory, Naohisa
  • Special Thanks to: Y.Yamate, Ume‑Zono, Kyabe, All Eolith Staff, All SNK Staff, All Brezza Staff
  • Presented by: Eolith


Magazine articles

Main article: The King of Fighters 2001/Magazine articles.

Promotional material

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Dorimaga JP 20021122 2002-21.pdf

PDF
Print advert in
Dorimaga (JP) #39: "2002-21 (2002-11-22)" (2002-11-08)

Physical scans

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
70 №733, p40
Sega Dreamcast
70
Based on
1 review

Dreamcast, JP
KoF2001 DC JP Box Back.jpgKoF2001 DC JP Box Front.jpg
Cover
Dreamcast, JP (Dorikore)

External links

  • Sega of Japan catalogue pages (Japanese): Dreamcast

References


The King of Fighters games for Sega systems / published by Sega
Sega Saturn
The King of Fighters '95 (1996) | The King of Fighters '96 (1996) | The King of Fighters '96 + '95: Gentei KOF Double Pack (1996) | The King of Fighters '97 (1998) | The King of Fighters Best Collection (1998)
Sega Dreamcast
The King of Fighters: Dream Match 1999 (1999) | The King of Fighters: Evolution (2000) | The King of Fighters 2000 (2002) | The King of Fighters 2001 (2002) | The King of Fighters 2002 (2003)
Arcade
The King of Fighters Neowave (2004) | The King of Fighters XI (2005)
Sony PlayStation 4
The King of Fighters XIV (2016)