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Dream Mix TV World Fighters is, in very few words, what happened when Konami, Hudson Soft, and Takara decided to make a Mascot Fighter game together. Including a very particular roster characters that range from Simon Belmont to Bomberman to OptimusPrime, one can't help to feel that this game is a little bit... weird.

The story is simple yet convincing: There is a TvChannel (called DreamMix TV) that wants to get bigger ratings, so they invite different "celebrities" to participate and compete with each other. Enter the different characters from different companies.

Konami

Hudson Soft

Takara


Released in 2003 for the Game Cube and Play Station 2, this game never left Japan, so there is little chance for non-Japanese gamers to play it. In case you are want to see a little demo of the game, go here.[1]

Compare with Konami Krazy Racers, a Racing Crossover of Konami characters. Also contrast with Fighters Megamix, a Sega Crossover fighting game that also has ridiculous characters.


This game features the following tropes:

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