This page features the moves of all characters in the upcoming fighting game SEGA vs. Capcom: Fighters of the Millennium. Characters who have previously appeared in a fighting game and therefore have their moveset retained from that game will not have their moveset written here, but only a brief description. Normal moves will not be listed here, only the special moves will be listed for each character.
Because of its very big size, the page is broken up into 3 parts, two of which contain 25 characters and one for the secret characters. Please click here for the rest characters.
AkiraAkira is the protagonist of the highly acclaimed fighting series Virtua Fighter produced by SEGA. He, along with Ryu, are the simplest characters in the game, suitable for beginners to start with. He is a balanced character, middleweight with many similar traits with Ryu. His moveset overall is based on his moveset from the Virtua Fighter games and from Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax. He has many attacks that can combo very quick and efficiently in the hands of a skilled player, while his speed and air play are mediocre. Akira's theme is Akira's theme from Virtua Fighter V.
Alicia MelchiottThe protagonist of Valkyria Chronicles, having made an appearance in all 4 games of the series, starting with the 2007 PS3 game Valkyria Chronicles, along with Selvaria Bles. Both represent the Valkyria Chronicles, a relatively new title, produced by SEGA. Alicia Melchiott's fighting style involves the usage of various firearms, such as her grenades, missiles, rifles, hammers etc, which are a core concept in her games. As such, Alicia focuses primarily on projectiles. In her Hyper Combo level 1, Alicia summons her fellow troops to attack with a barrage of gunfire. Hyper Combo level 2 has her summoning a tank and firing three shots. The shots can be directed by moving the analogue stick. In her level 3 Hyper Combo, Alicia acquires the Valkyur Spirit. She gains a powerful sword and shield, much like Selvaria, and delivers a series of attacks, finishing off with a beam from her sword. Alicia's theme is Valkyria Chronicles - Main Theme.
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Amaterasu comes from the Okami series, produced by Capcom. Amaterasu is a goddess in wolf form, hence, her attacks are very powerful. Her moveset remains the same as it was in Marvel vs. Capcom 3, with some minor improvements. Her theme is Theme of Amaterasu.
Axel StoneWhen Streets of Rage was released by SEGA in 1991, the game became an instant success and over the years it spanned numerous sequels, now considered as cult-classics. Axel Stone, the protagonist of all of the games in the series, appears as a playable fighter. Axel's fighting style resembles much that of his rival's, Cody Travers. Many of their attacks are similar, but Axel's are more fire based. He also draws some attacks from his games. In addition, Axel shares an identical move with Cody using a knife. The knife can be picked up and thrown at any time and Axel can pick up Cody's knife and vice versa. Axel retains his trademark Grand Upper, which also serves as his Level 1 Hyper Combo in an upgraded form.
BayonettaBayonetta is one of the most recent titles of SEGA and one of the most successful. The protagonist of the game, Bayonetta, appears as a playable character here, having previously appeared in a fighting game called Anarchy Reigns, also produced by SEGA. Therefore, many of her moves are directly borrowed from there. Bayonetta is a middleweight fighter and her moveset mirrors that of Dante. She is fast, agile and her attacks are nimble, but inflict a lot of damage. She has a very versatile moveset, using a wide arsenal of weaponry and magic, but also punches and kicks for close combat. Like Dante, most of her attacks combo very well with each other. Her arsenal comprises of Kulshedra, a Shuraba, Scarborough Fair, Odette, Chernobog, Sai Fung, Durga her trademark hair attacks termed Wicked Weaves and many more, including herTorture attacks. Overall, Bayonetta is a very dangerous fighter with a huge number of commands. Bayonetta's theme is Fly Me to the Moon.
BeastIn the Phantasy Star games, you are given the opportunity at the start of the game to create your own character by selecting a class. Classes range between Humans, Dumans, Elves etc. One of them is Beast. Here, the male Beast avatar appears as a playabe character, representing the Phantasy Star series. His appearance is that of the male Beast from Phantasy Star Portable II. The Beast battles using raw force and close combat attacks using his artificial claws, which can also emit electricity and fire. His gameplay is similar to that of Wolverine from Marvel vs. Capcom. His theme is Ignite Infinity.
Sarah BryantSarah Bryant is a deuteragonist of the Virtua Fighter series. Her moveset is based on that from the previous games she appeared in. Like Akira, Ryu and Chun-Li, she is a balanced character suitable for beginners. Sarah's most advantageous play is her grabing attacks. Her theme song is Aurora.
Jack CaymanJack is the only character, along with CAPCOM's Cody, who hails from two different universes. These are MadWorld, a game produced by SEGA for the Wii and Anarchy Reigns, a 2012 beat 'em up game, also produced by SEGA. Jack is a heavyweight and fights with his bare hands on his normal attacks. He uses a chainsaw for his special attacks. Many of his attacks and combos derive from Anarchy Reigns. His attacks in general and slow, but deal a lot of damage. Jack's theme is Ending Theme.
Cody debuted in the Final Fight series where he served as one of the protagonists from the very first game of the series, when eventually he became a cast of the Street Fighter games. In the game, he appears as a representative of his original title, the Final Fight series. His moveset is directly borrowed from Street Fighter x Tekken, with some added improvements and additional Hyper Combos. His theme is Theme of Cody Travers.
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Chun-Li reappears as one of the representatives of the Street Fighter series. As usual, her moveset remains unchanged from her past games. She is overall a balanced fighter with some notable advantages and disadvantages. Chun-Li's theme is Chun-Li's theme.
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Dante comes from the Devil May Cry series, also produced by Capcom. Like the rest Capcom characters that appeared previously in the Marvel vs. Capcom series, his moveset remains basically the same as it was in Marvel vs Capcom 3. He is notable for having the most versatile moveset of all characters in the game and his gameplay is similar to that of Bayonetta from SEGA's side. Hence, they are rivals. Dante's theme is Dante's theme.
DateDate hails from the Sengoku Basara series produced by Capcom where he serves as the protagonist. Date is a very fast character, able to execute swift combos one after the other with his sword. His moveset functions slightly different than the rest characters where pressing simple commands allows Date to enter a combo state, similarly to how Hayato could execute his combo attacks in Marvel vs Capcom 2. Date can enter this state provided the player holds the analog stick backward and then forward while pressing the appropriate buttons.
In addtion to his sword, Date uses other minor weapons. A unique feature of Date is his ability to access a 6-sword mode where he uses all of his 6 swords at once for his attacks. His moveset does not change, but his attacks become much stronger and gains additional combos, in a similar manner to Frank West. This can happen only once the player's gauge fills up, which is located at the bottom corner of the screen, similarly to Phoenix Wright's Trial mode. Once the meter fills up, the player can input the command. This special command can be used continuously to increase Date's swords by 1 each time it is inputed. Once Date draws all 6 swords, the move cannot be used again The meter can be replenished by performing combos. The longer the combo, the quicker the meter fills. Date's theme is Date's Theme.
Sam GideonFrom Vanquish, a 2010 shooter game by SEGA. Sam battles in his armour and primarily uses state-of-the-art firearms. He has a special where he can change weapons to execute different attacks. In addition to his long range projectiles, Sam has the ability to boost. Many attacks can combo with this boost, e.g. once he reaches the opponent, he can either knock him back or follow up with a strong special attack. Sam Gideon relies havily on weaponry but he does have some close melee attacks. Sam's theme is Final Battle.
KnucklesKnuckles debuted in the 1994 game Sonic the Hedgehog 3 and since then, he has been part of the main cast of the Sonic franchise. Knuckles is a fighter who relies mostly on raw power. While Knuckles does have some original attacks, some of his moveset is taken from Sonic Battle. He mainly attacks with punches that are slow, but deal lots of damage and can be comboed well enough. Knuckles can dig underground and attack from below, glide and charge some of his attacks. His walking speed is slow and is heavy but his small size makes up for this. Knuckles' theme is With Me.
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Morrigan is one of the main characters of the Darkstalkers series by Capcom. Her moveset is directly borrowed from the previous games she has appeared in. She shares a Millennium Hyper Combo with some hidden characters of the game. Her theme is Morrigan's Theme.
Ryo HazukiRyo Hazuki, the star of Shenmue, one of the most prestigious games of the Dreamcast, makes his fighting debut. Ryo is a defensive fighter, a counter master possessing the most special and normal commands that can counter, than any other character in the game. Taunt and Hurling act as normal commands that can counter any attack, except projectiles. In Comeback Counter, Ryo can chain with a counter attack, though the timing has to be precise. Ryo even has a counter attack when he is lying on the floor defenseless. When the S button appears on the screen, the player can tap it to have Ryo perform Reversal. He has average speed, weight and KO capabilities, placing him somewhere in the middle of the tier list. Ryo does not possess any projectiles.
Ryo has 3 Hyper Combos, 2 level 1 and 1 level 3 hyper combos. Forklift gives Ryo the advantage of starting an air combo right after the Hyper Combo finishes. Ryo summons his trademark forklift and drives forward. The attack can also hit the opponent while on the ground. In the end of the move, the forklift lifts the opponent in the air. In Arcade, an arcade booth falls on top of the opponent. If the move succeeds, Ryo will approach the arcade and will press buttons and move the joystick as if he's playing an arcade game. The duration and power of the move can be increased by button mashing. Then, the arcade explodes and deals additional damage. Martial Art Combination is Ryo's level 3 Hyper Combo. It is a counter attack. Ryo's theme is Shenmue - Main Theme.
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Chris Redfield is the protagonist of the Resident Evil games produced by Capcom. His gameplay remains largely the same as it was in Marvel vs Capcom 3. He does have some new buffs and nerfs but tend to compensate each other. Chris' theme is Chris' theme from Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of 2 Worlds.
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Ryu's moveset remains largely the same as it was in Marvel vs Capcom 3. He is a balanced character, who shares many gameplay elements with Akira. Ryu has good combo capabilities, average speed and good aerial game, as some of his special attacks are activated only in mid air. Ryu's theme song is Ryu's theme from Street Fighter IV.
SakuraA swordwielder, heiling from the Sakura Wars, a series of role-playing/ dating sim games produced by SEGA. She is a 17 year old girl and member of the Flower Division of the Imperial Assault Force. As a fighter Sakura is a very straight forward character with her attacks primarily being based on her sword. Her specials and assists involve her steam mech. She is a mediocre fighter, with good combos and aerial game, but also some notable drawbacks, such as her easily punishable moves and lack of projectiles. Nevertheless, Sakura can be easily mastered by a novice player. Sakura's theme is Opening theme of Sakura Taisen.
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Sanada YukimuraA deuteragonist of the Sengoku Basara series and a strong rival of Date, Yukimura's battle style reflects largely his philosophy; to walk the path of the warrior. His attacks as fierce, fast, nimble and can combo neatly with each other. He battles using his two Cross Spears. Many of his attacks are directly borrowed from the games he has appeared in. He has a Millennium Hyper Combo with Date. His theme is Yukimura's Theme.
Selvaria BlesOne of the main antagonists of the Valkyria Chronicles, having made an appearance in all 4 instalments of the series. Selvaria Bles wields a large, bulky sword, which she uses for most of her attacks, and a shield, which does not have much use. Her moveset is largely based on that from Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax, where she made her fighting debut. She is normally middlewight, but is rather slow because of the weight of her weapons. She has long-reaching normals, which deal a lot of damage and many moves to combo with. On the other side, she has poor recovery and bad aerial game, even though she has many special attacks in air.
Sonic is the eponymous protagonist of the Sonic the Hedgehog series created by SEGA in 1991. As a fighter, he is middleweight with an overall fast executing moveset which involves mostly punches, kicks and spin attacks. Many of his attacks are based off his Sonic Battle moveset. He also has some projectiles and techniques that enable him to slip by from opponents or leap into the air, thus escaping in bad situations. His dash attack is also very helpful to get inside the opponent's territory His height has been altered from the games to be slightly taller.
Sonic's trademark ability is his speed, which is unmatched by any other fighter in the game. His speed is equivalent to that of a character with X-factor. Three of his moves hit OTG: Lightning Tackle, the Light variant of Ride the Wind, which also knocks the opponent to the wall and a fully charged Sonic Wave. With the exception of the latter, all of them can be used to continue a combo Windmill is a faster variant of Ryu's Tatsumaki Senpukyaku. Instant Dash works similarly to Akuma's Ashura Senku. Sonic Boost has Sonic running on the opponent at super speed and is one of his trademark moves. Sonic is not a very defensive character nor very strategic but his incredible speed makes up for this. Sonic has 5 Hyper Combos, 3 during his normal form and 2 as Super Sonic. His second one transforms him into Super Sonic. His theme song is His World remix by Crush 40.
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Viewtiful Joe is a lightweight character and his moveset is basically the same as it was in Marvel vs. Capcom 3. He has received some buffs and has overall a very efficient aerial game. Viewtiful Joe's major drawback is his slow speed. He comes from the Viewtiful Joe, a series from Capcom. His theme is Viewtiful Joe's Theme.
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Wesker is the main antagonist of the Resident Evil series. His moveset is basically the same as it was in Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Wesker is very fast and his attacks can combo exceptionally well. He has long range attacks, can teleport and finish off opponents very quickly if caught up in his attacks. Wesker's theme is Wesker's theme.