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Project X Zone has 200+ characters

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Project X Zone has more than 200 characters to play as and beat up.

The exact number of Sega, Namco, and Capcom characters that will appear in their crossover game, Project X Zone, hasn't been announced, but thanks to the game's official blog, we have a pretty good idea. Expect to see more than 200 familiar faces when the game launches.

That figure doesn't mean 200 playable characters, since many enemies and bosses will also be taken from various Capcom, Sega, and Namco franchises. Random NPC cameos are not included in the 200.

Still no news about a Western release, though the game's spiritual predecessor, Namcom x Capcom, was never released outside of Japan.

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Staff article by Rhody Tobin (June 25, 2012)

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