If this trope is mentioned in a character's profile then it consequently does happen to the character in the story regardless of choice.
Zack & Wiki: Quest for Barbaros' Treasure, List of schools and organizations involved in the, https://archive.org/details/Sega_Saturn_Magazine_Issue_25_1997-11_EMAP_Images_GB/page/n93, CFN Portal: Round 2 - Hideaki Itsuno part 3, Eurogamer - The devil within: Hideaki Itsuno on 25 years at Capcom, https://archive.org/details/Sega_Saturn_Magazine_Issue_25_1997-11_EMAP_Images_GB/page/n12, https://capcom.fandom.com/wiki/Rival_Schools:_United_by_Fate?oldid=140372. Mode(s) His ending has him inspired by his experiences to begin studying hard in class, albeit without much success. Once the custom character was finished with the school year, it could be used in any of the normal fighting modes, save for the original Arcade game.
If two characters from the same school were selected (with a few exceptions), single-player would play in a progressing story with fights predetermined beforehand and each fight preceding and ending with short 2D cut-scenes to explain the story. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. A list of characters from the Rival Schools series. consists of 6 releases. The conversion also added two new characters, Hayato Nekketsu (a hotheaded physical education teacher) and Daigo Kazama (a teenage gang leader and the elder brother of Akira, who was a non-playable supporting character in the arcade version). In this mode, a player would be able to create a student and go through a typical school year. Hideo Shimazu (島津 英雄, Shimazu Hideo) first appears in Rival Schools, introduced as a Japanese language teacher who is sent along with Kyoko to recruit students to the school. A baseball player for Gorin High.
He is known for picking fights and his weapon of choice are knives.
A student at Justice High.
ArcadeJP November 1997NA November 1997EU November 1997PlayStationJP July 30, 1998NA September 30, 1998EU 1998PlayStation NetworkJP February 23, 2012 Instead, the character designs and facial expressions were used to make the 24 "extra" characters. After helping her in a number of scuffles, Shoma is betrayed by Momo and finds out she used him to help cause confusion among the various schools. Although the aforementioned in-game fights are one-on-one matches, United by Fate was one of the earliest known 3D fighting games to feature the "team fighting" concept. Ran Hibiki (ひびき 蘭, Hibiki Ran) is a student at Taiyo High who is working toward a career in journalism. Kyoko also appears as a playable character in Namco × Capcom alongside Hideo.
Justice High's school nurse (later, science teacher). Also, he is most likely named after soccer players Roberto Baggio (an Italian player very popular in Japan) and Kazuyoshi Miura (one of the first Japanese players ever to play in an European league). He helps Shoma and Natsu in their pursuit, as well as serves as mediator for arguments between the two. Raizo Imawano (忌野 雷蔵, Imawano Raizō) first appears in Rival Schools: United by Fate and is initially portrayed as the main antagonist in the game. A player chooses a team of two characters, and fights against another two character team. Top Rated Lists for Rival Schools: United by Fate 35 items Games that need a Remake or Port Plus 100 items StealthRUSH's Top 100 Favorite Fighting Games 10 items Top 10 Fighting Games Top contributors to this wiki. In this mode, a player would be able to create a student and go through a typical school year. The story of Rival Schools introduces the player to a Japanese city called Aoharu City, where several local schools are the victims of unknown attacks and kidnappings of students and staff.
He is a playable character in Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars, as well as Street Fighter Online: Mouse Generation, and a solo unit in Project X Zone. The first disc included the original arcade game and the standard modes included in most home versions of fighting games. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available from firstname.lastname@example.org. A Japanese language teacher. With a gifted ability in the martial arts, Hinata teams up with Batsu to solve the mystery of why students are disappearing. This creation mode also was never released outside of Japan due to localization issues. His most distinguishing features are his blonde hair, usually styled into tall spikes, his purple clothes, and his use of knives when fighting.