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<p style="margin: 0in 0in 0pt">[[File:VCMatchingService.png|thumb|Vampire Chronicle (Dreamcast Port)]]'''Vampire Chronicle for Matching Service''' is a version of ''[[Vampire Hunter 2/Vampire Savior 2]]'' released by [[Capcom]] in 2000 for the Sega Dreamcast as a mail-order game via Dreamcast Direct.</p>
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'''Vampire Chronicle for Matching Service''' is a 2D fighting game and a version of the ''[[Darkstalkers (series)|Darkstalkers]]'' games ''[[Vampire Hunter 2/Vampire Savior 2]]'' released by [[Capcom]] in 2000 for the Sega Dreamcast as a mail-order game via Dreamcast Direct. In 2004, the game was ported to the PlayStation Portable. This version was released in North America and Europe in 2005 under the title of ''[[Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower|Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower]]''. The PSP version includes all the features from the Dreamcast original, but the online mode is replaced with an exclusive single-player "Chaos Tower" mode and contain small additional features.
   
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== Gameplay ==
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This version allows players to select between four fighting styles based on each ''Darkstalkers'' game (''[[Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors|Vampire]]'', ''[[Night Warriors: Darkstalkers' Revenge|Vampire Hunter]]'', ''[[Darkstalkers 3|Vampire Savior]]'', ''Vampire Savior 2'' and ''Vampire Hunter 2''). This version also features an online versus mode.
   
<p style="margin: 0in 0in 0pt">This version allows players to select between four fighting styles based on each ''[[Darkstalkers Series|Darkstalkers]]'' game (''[[Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors|Vampire]]'', ''[[Night Warriors: Darkstalkers' Revenge|Vampire Hunter]]'', ''[[Darkstalkers 3|Vampire Savior]]'', ''Vampire Savior 2'' and ''Vampire Hunter 2''). This version also features an online versus mode.</p>
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==Characters==
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{| class="wikitable sortable"
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! Fighters
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|'''[[Anakaris]]'''
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|'''[[Baby Bonnie Hood]]'''
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|-
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|'''[[Bishamon]]'''
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|-
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|'''[[Demitri]]'''
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|-
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|'''[[Donovan]]'''
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|-
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|'''[[Felicia]]'''
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|-
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|'''[[Hsien-Ko]]'''
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|-
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|'''[[Huitzil]]'''
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|-
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|'''[[Jedah]]'''
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|-
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|'''[[Jon Talbain]]'''
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|-
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|'''[[Lilith]]'''
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|-
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|'''[[Lord Raptor]]'''
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|-
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|'''[[Morrigan]]'''
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|-
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|'''[[Pyron]]'''
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|-
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|'''[[Q-Bee]]'''
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|-
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|'''[[Rikuo]]'''
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|-
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|'''[[Sasquatch]]'''
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|-
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|'''[[Victor]]'''
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|}
   
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<p style="margin: 0in 0in 0pt">In 2004, the game was ported to the PlayStation Portable. This version was released in North America and Europe in 2005 under the title of</p>
 
 
<p style="margin: 0in 0in 0pt">''[[Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower|'''Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower''']]''.</p>
 
 
<p style="margin: 0in 0in 0pt">The PSP version includes all the features from the Dreamcast original, but the online mode is replaced with an exclusive single-player "Chaos Tower" mode and contain small additional features.</p>
 
 
==Credits==
 
==Credits==
 
'''Program Design:''' [[Nobuaki Minomiya]], [[Hisashi Kuramoto]]<br />'''Scroll Design:''' Sawatch<br />'''Music:''' [[Tetsuya Shibata]], [[Yuko Takehara]]<br />'''Sound:''' [[Hiroaki Kondo|Hiroaki "X68K" Kondo]], [[Takeshi Kitamura|(Moe・T) Takeshi Kitamura]]<br />'''Planner:''' Buruma (Kojimax), Oni-Suzuki<br />'''Title Design:''' [[Shoei]]<br />'''Instruction Card Design:''' Mizuho Toyonaga<br />'''Opening Movie:''' Naoto Satou, [[Takuji Mishima]]<br />'''Network:''' Kaz Yunde, [[Kentaro Kaneko]], [[Mineyuki Noda]], Net Man, Shin., [[Tomohiro Ueno]], [[Kohei Akiyama]]<br />'''Test Player:''' Kobashu, Mukaism, Masapi, T‑Ono, Ume‑Zono, Izumi, Nipanda<br />'''Special Thanks:''' Cham, Meijin, Senor, Hyper Shinchan, [[Haruo Murata]]<br />'''Director:''' [[Hideaki Itsuno]]<br />'''Producer:''' [[Yoshihiro Sudo]]u<br />'''General Producer:''' [[Noritaka Funamizu]]<br />'''Executive Producer:''' [[Yoshiki Okamoto]]<br />'''Special Thanks (continued):''' and Capcom All Staff<br />'''Presented by:''' [[Capcom]]
 
'''Program Design:''' [[Nobuaki Minomiya]], [[Hisashi Kuramoto]]<br />'''Scroll Design:''' Sawatch<br />'''Music:''' [[Tetsuya Shibata]], [[Yuko Takehara]]<br />'''Sound:''' [[Hiroaki Kondo|Hiroaki "X68K" Kondo]], [[Takeshi Kitamura|(Moe・T) Takeshi Kitamura]]<br />'''Planner:''' Buruma (Kojimax), Oni-Suzuki<br />'''Title Design:''' [[Shoei]]<br />'''Instruction Card Design:''' Mizuho Toyonaga<br />'''Opening Movie:''' Naoto Satou, [[Takuji Mishima]]<br />'''Network:''' Kaz Yunde, [[Kentaro Kaneko]], [[Mineyuki Noda]], Net Man, Shin., [[Tomohiro Ueno]], [[Kohei Akiyama]]<br />'''Test Player:''' Kobashu, Mukaism, Masapi, T‑Ono, Ume‑Zono, Izumi, Nipanda<br />'''Special Thanks:''' Cham, Meijin, Senor, Hyper Shinchan, [[Haruo Murata]]<br />'''Director:''' [[Hideaki Itsuno]]<br />'''Producer:''' [[Yoshihiro Sudo]]u<br />'''General Producer:''' [[Noritaka Funamizu]]<br />'''Executive Producer:''' [[Yoshiki Okamoto]]<br />'''Special Thanks (continued):''' and Capcom All Staff<br />'''Presented by:''' [[Capcom]]
==External link==
 
   
<p style="margin: 0in 0in 0pt">'''[http://www.capcom.co.jp/newproducts/consumer/chronicle/waza/index.html Official Website (Japanese)]'''</p>
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==External Links==
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*[http://www.capcom.co.jp/newproducts/consumer/chronicle/waza/index.html Official website] (Japanese)
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*[[w:c:darkstalkers:Vampire Chronicle for Matching Service|''Darkstalkers'' wikia article]]
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*[http://segaretro.org/Vampire_Chronicle_for_Matching_Service Sega Retro article]
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[[Category:2D Fighting Games]]
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[[Category:Fighting Games]]
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[[Category:Horror-themed Games]]
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[[Category:Fantasy Games]]
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[[Category:Japan-only Games]]
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[[Category:Dreamcast Games]]
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Latest revision as of 17:47, October 29, 2019

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Vampire Chronicle for Matching Service is a 2D fighting game and a version of the Darkstalkers games Vampire Hunter 2/Vampire Savior 2 released by Capcom in 2000 for the Sega Dreamcast as a mail-order game via Dreamcast Direct. In 2004, the game was ported to the PlayStation Portable. This version was released in North America and Europe in 2005 under the title of Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower. The PSP version includes all the features from the Dreamcast original, but the online mode is replaced with an exclusive single-player "Chaos Tower" mode and contain small additional features.

Gameplay Edit

This version allows players to select between four fighting styles based on each Darkstalkers game (Vampire, Vampire Hunter, Vampire Savior, Vampire Savior 2 and Vampire Hunter 2). This version also features an online versus mode.

CharactersEdit

Fighters
Anakaris
Baby Bonnie Hood
Bishamon
Demitri
Donovan
Felicia
Hsien-Ko
Huitzil
Jedah
Jon Talbain
Lilith
Lord Raptor
Morrigan
Pyron
Q-Bee
Rikuo
Sasquatch
Victor

CreditsEdit

Program Design: Nobuaki Minomiya, Hisashi Kuramoto
Scroll Design: Sawatch
Music: Tetsuya Shibata, Yuko Takehara
Sound: Hiroaki "X68K" Kondo, (Moe・T) Takeshi Kitamura
Planner: Buruma (Kojimax), Oni-Suzuki
Title Design: Shoei
Instruction Card Design: Mizuho Toyonaga
Opening Movie: Naoto Satou, Takuji Mishima
Network: Kaz Yunde, Kentaro Kaneko, Mineyuki Noda, Net Man, Shin., Tomohiro Ueno, Kohei Akiyama
Test Player: Kobashu, Mukaism, Masapi, T‑Ono, Ume‑Zono, Izumi, Nipanda
Special Thanks: Cham, Meijin, Senor, Hyper Shinchan, Haruo Murata
Director: Hideaki Itsuno
Producer: Yoshihiro Sudou
General Producer: Noritaka Funamizu
Executive Producer: Yoshiki Okamoto
Special Thanks (continued): and Capcom All Staff
Presented by: Capcom

External LinksEdit

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