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Project X Zone 2, known in Japan as Project X Zone 2: Brave New World (プロジェクト クロスゾーン2:ブレイブニューワールド), is the direct sequel to Project X Zone. It was released in November 12, 2015 in Japan, February 16, 2016 in North America and Europe in February 12, 2016. As with each installment, new characters and franchises are being introduced to the series. The characters that are in Italic and franchises that are in Bold have made their first debut in this installment.


Playable Characters


Name Game/Series Company
Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine Resident Evil Revelations Capcom
Dante and Vergil Devil May Cry Capcom
X and Zero Mega Man X Capcom
Strider Hiryu and Hotsuma Strider & Shinobi Capcom & Sega
Ryu and Ken Masters Street Fighter Capcom
Chun-Li and Ling Xiaoyu Street Fighter & Tekken Capcom & Bandai Namco
Demitri Maximoff and Morrigan Aensland Darkstalkers Capcom
Akira Yuki and Kage-Maru Virtua Fighter Sega
Ichiro Ogami and Erica Fontaine Sakura Wars Sega
Sakura Shinguji and Gemini Sunrise Sakura Wars Sega
Kazuma Kiryu and Goro Majima Yakuza Sega
Zephyr and Vashyron Resonance of Fate Sega
Reiji Arisu and Xiaomu Namco x Capcom Bandai Namco
Jin Kazama and Kazuya Mishima Tekken Bandai Namco
Kite and Haseo .hack & .hack//G.U. Bandai Namco
Yuri Lowell and Flynn Scifo Tales of Vesperia Bandai Namco
Ciel Alencon and Nana Kouzuki God Eater 2 Bandai Namco
KOS-MOS and Fiora Xenosaga & Xenoblade Chronicles Bandai Namco & Nintendo
Chrom and Lucina Fire Emblem Awakening Nintendo


Name Game/Series Company
Leon S. Kennedy Resident Evil 6 Capcom
Phoenix Wright and Maya Fey Ace Attorney Capcom
Felicia Darkstalkers Capcom
Captain Commando Captain Commando Capcom
June Lin Milliam Star Gladiator Capcom
Ingrid Street Fighter Capcom
Ulala Space Channel 5 Sega
Axel Stone Streets of Rage Sega
Pai Chan Virtua Fighter Sega
Hibana Nightshade Sega
Leanne Resonance of Fate Sega
Segata Sanshiro* Sega Saturn Advertisements Sega
Ryo Hazuki Shenmue Sega
Valkyrie Adventures of Valkyrie Bandai Namco
Natsu Soulcalibur V Bandai Namco
Aty Summon Night 3 Bandai Namco
Alisa Ilinichina Amiella God Eater Bandai Namco
Heihachi Mishima Tekken Bandai Namco
Estellise Sidos Heurassein* Tales of Vesperia Bandai Namco

NOTE: Characters with * symbol are initially an enemy unit.


Name Game/Series Company
Sigma Mega Man X Capcom
Vile MK-II Mega Man X Capcom
Juri Han Street Fighter Capcom
M. Bison Street Fighter Capcom
Solo Strider Capcom
Tong Pooh Strider Capcom
B.B. Hood Darkstalkers Capcom
Nelo Angelo Devil May Cry Capcom
Druk Captain Commando Capcom
Shtrom Jr. Captain Commando Capcom
Shtrom Captain Commando Capcom
Ustanak Resident Evil 6 Capcom
Nemesis-T Type Resident Evil Capcom
Black Hayato Star Gladiator Capcom
Pyron Darkstalkers Capcom
Lord Raptor Darkstalkers Capcom
Dural Virtua Fighter Sega
Shadow Space Channel 5 Sega
Coco ★ Tapioca Space Channel 5 Sega
Kurohaganeα Nightshade Sega
Robot Axel Streets of Rage Sega
Ranmaru Sakura Wars Sega
Dokurobou Sakura Wars Sega
Aya-me Sakura Wars Sega
Ciseaux Sakura Wars Sega
Skeith .hack Bandai Namco
Byaku Shin Original Bandai Namco
Nine Nine (with Sheath) Original Bandai Namco
Saya Namco x Capcom Bandai Namco
Dokumezu Namco x Capcom Bandai Namco
Dokugozu Namco x Capcom Bandai Namco
Sheath Original Bandai Namco
Zagi Tales of Vesperia Bandai Namco
Azure Kite .hack//G.U Bandai Namco
Stehoney (one-time only) .hack Bandai Namco
Kamuz Adventures of Valkyrie Bandai Namco
T-elos Xenosaga Bandai Namco
Unknown Tekken Bandai Namco
Vajra God Eater Bandai Namco
Marduk God Eater Bandai Namco
Metal Face Xenoblade Chronicles Nintendo

Non-Playable Characters

Name Game/Series Company
Sylphie Forgotten Worlds Capcom
Ada Wong Resident Evil 6 Capcom
Miles Edgeworth Ace Attorney Capcom
Garigliano Resonance of Fate Sega
Chizuru Urashima Original Bandai Namco
Miyuki Chan Ordyne Bandai Namco
Tarosuke Yokai Dochuki Bandai Namco
Otohime Yokai Dochuki Bandai Namco
Aura .hack Bandai Namco
Tiki Fire Emblem Awakening Nintendo



  • Kamaitachi (Namco x Capcom)
  • Katana (Namco x Capcom)
  • Aku Tengu (Namco x Capcom)
  • Gou Tengu (Namco x Capcom)
  • Akatana (Project X Zone)
  • Byakuya X (Project X Zone)
  • Chaox (Adventures of Valkyrie)
  • Sizath (Adventures of Valkyrie)
  • Robodian (Adventures of Valkyrie)
  • Honorian (Adventures of Valkyrie)
  • Dadatta (Adventures of Valkyrie)
  • Gattuso (Tales of Vesperia)
  • Gentleman (Tales of Vesperia)
  • Beast Bear (Tales of Vesperia)
  • Egg Bear (Tales of Vesperia)
  • Hammer Golem (Tales of Vesperia)
  • Outbreaker (Tales of Vesperia)
  • Daybreaker (Tales of Vesperia)
  • Nightbreaker (Tales of Vesperia)
  • Predafish (Tales of Vesperia)
  • Gigafish (Tales of Vesperia)
  • God Arc Soldier (God Eater)
  • Zygote (God Eater)
  • Kongou (God Eater)
  • Ogretail (God Eater)
  • Cocoon Maiden (God Eater)
  • Gboro-Gboro (God Eater)
  • Dreadpike (God Eater)
  • Abaddon (God Eater)
  • Sword (Original)
  • Blue Hatter (Original)
  • Red Hatter (Original)
  • Orange Hatter (Original)
  • 18 (Original)
  • 88 (Original)
  • 15 (Original)
  • 55 (Original)
  • 12 (Original)
  • 22 (Original)
  • AIDA <Anna> (.hack)
  • Gigamouth (.hack)
  • Apititer (.hack)
  • Bugborn Alpha/Beta/Gamma (.hack)
  • Bug Queen Alpha/Beta/Gamma (.hack)
  • Goblin Mage (.hack)
  • Goblin Sage (.hack)
  • Olin Pack (.hack)
  • Strange Head (.hack)
  • Headhunter (.hack)
  • Headless King (.hack)
  • Goblin (Xenosaga)
  • Golem (Xenosaga)
  • Bugbear (Xenosaga)
  • 27-Series Asura (Xenosaga)
  • Armaros (Xenosaga)
  • Perun (Xenosaga)
  • Stribog (Xenosaga)
  • Svarozic (Xenosaga)
  • Mokujin (Tekken)
  • Tetsujin (Tekken)
  • Phantom Soldier (Summon Night 3)
  • Phantom Summoner (Summon Night 3)
  • Phantom Summoned Beast (Summon Night 3)


  • Mettaur C-15 (Mega Man X)
  • Mettaur D2 (Mega Man X)
  • Ride Armor (Mega Man X)
  • Gunbolt (Mega Man X)
  • Carol (Captain Commando)
  • Brenda (Captain Commando)
  • Wooky (Captain Commando)
  • Eddy (Captain Commando)
  • Z (Captain Commando)
  • Q-Bee (Darkstalkers)
  • Hunter Alpha (Resident Evil)
  • Ooze (Resident Evil)
  • Tricorne (Resident Evil)
  • Pincer (Resident Evil)
  • Tyrant T-002 (Resident Evil)
  • Super Tyrant (Resident Evil)
  • Marionette (Devil May Cry)
  • Bloody Mari (Devil May Cry)
  • Sin Scissors (Devil May Cry)
  • Hell Wrath (Devil May Cry)
  • Hell Pride (Devil May Cry)
  • Vector (Star Gladiator)


  • Robot X (Streets Of Rage 3)
  • Kouma Kagizume (Sakura Wars)
  • Kouma Sandan (Sakura Wars)
  • Kouma Ekisha (Sakura Wars)
  • Kouma Heiki Banrai (Sakura Wars)
  • Kouma Heiki Senkou (Sakura Wars)
  • Kouma Heiki Reppu (Sakura Wars)
  • Blanche (Sakura Wars)
  • Jaune (Sakura Wars)
  • Orange II (Sakura Wars)
  • Avalanche (Sakura Wars)
  • Thor (Sakura Wars)
  • Kyoukashinobi Kusa (Nightshade)
  • Kyoukashinobi Ouzutsu (Nightshade)
  • Kawarakitou (Nightshade)
  • Aggro (Yakuza: Dead Souls)
  • Hermit (Yakuza: Dead Souls)
  • Diptera (Yakuza: Dead Souls)
  • Arahabaki Prototype (Yakuza: Dead Souls)
  • Dolled-Up Dwellest (Resonance of Fate)
  • Safety Dwellest (Resonance of Fate)
  • Bazooka Dwellest (Resonance of Fate)
  • Tar Man (Resonance of Fate)
  • Treasure Mimic (Resonance of Fate)
  • Golden Mimic (Resonance of Fate)
  • Blood Doll Chainsaw (Resonance of Fate)
  • Blood Doll Flame (Resonance of Fate)
  • Blood Doll Omega (Resonance of Fate)
  • Yeti (Resonance of Fate)
  • Heat Yeti (Resonance of Fate)
  • Mad Yeti (Resonance of Fate)
  • Morolian (Space Channel 5)
  • Rhythm Robot (Space Channel 5)
  • Kin, Kon & Kan (Space Channel 5)


  • Fighter Risen (Fire Emblem Awakening)
  • Sorcerer Risen (Fire Emblem Awakening)
  • Archer Risen (Fire Emblem Awakening)
  • Revenant Risen (Fire Emblem Awakening)
  • Sage Risen (Fire Emblem Awakening)
  • Entombed Risen (Fire Emblem Awakening)
  • Mass-Produced Face (Xenoblade Chronicles)
  • M63 Harvester Unit (Xenoblade Chronicles)
  • M82X Melee Unit (Xenoblade Chronicles)
  • M83 Predator Unit (Xenoblade Chronicles)
  • Sentinel Mechon (Xenoblade Chronicles)
  • M85 Meteor Artillery (Xenoblade Chronicles)
  • Offensive Mechon Plus (Xenoblade Chronicles)
  • Offensive Seeker Unit (Xenoblade Chronicles)
  • M87 Prototype (Xenoblade Chronicles)


Name Type of Unit Character Summons
Valkyrie Solo Unit
  • Wagan (Wagan Land)
  • Pino and Acha (Toy Pop)
  • Solvalou (Xevious)
Phoenix Wright and Maya Fey Solo Unit
  • Steel Samurai (Ace Attorney)
  • Pink Princess (Ace Attorney)
Captain Commando Solo Unit
  • Michelle Heart (Legendary Wings)
  • Cyber Blue (Battle Circuit)
Ulala Solo Unit
  • Opa-Opa (Fantasy Zone)
  • Harrier (Space Harrier)
  • Alex Kidd (Alex Kidd in Shinobi World)
  • Main Character (Altered Beast)
Baby Bonnie Hood Boss Unit
  • Mobilsuits α & β (Side Arms Hyper Dyne)
Tong Pooh Boss Unit
  • Pei Pooh (Strider)
  • Sai Pooh (Strider)


  • Xiaoyu is the only playable character not seen standing behind Reiji and Xiaomu during the opening. She is only seen briefly from behind with Chun-Li and Morrigan near the end of the opening.
  • The main theme of Burning Rangers is used for the Space Channel 5 chapter in which you must take out fires by running through them.
  • There is also a Christmas mission referencing Resonance of Fate which also had a Christmas mission in the exact same area.
  • Unlike like the first game, some series stages are in order instead of random.
  • In one of the later missions, the party travels to an amusement park that is named "Marvel Land". However, this is not from The Adventure of Valkyrie; it is from the 80s Namco arcade game named Marvel Land, which was later ported to the Genesis.
  • Almost every Sega character knows who Segata Sanshiro is before they meet him in the game, since he is considered a legend among them. This excludes Gemini Sunrise.
  • Although she doesn't appear, Mii Koryuji, one of the two protagonists from the first Project X Zone, is mentioned. The Koryuuji estate also appears in one chapter. Also at the estate in the chapter, it is revealed that Mii is undergoing training at Shinra, despite her age.
    • Kogoro Tenzai was mentioned by his surname when he called Xiaomu to tell about Ouma's next move.
  • There are nineteen pair and solo units but the first game had twenty pair and solo units. Incidentally, Namco x Capcom also had an odd number of total playable units.
  • The Nightshade representation was actually shown early in the first screenshots, though no enemies from Shinobi (PS2) appear in the game because the events of that title have not yet transpired.
  • Ingrid Hunnigan from Resident Evil and the Darkstalkers characters Jedah, Lilith, Hsien-Ko and J. Talbain are mentioned in this game. Other characters mentioned are Repede, Raven, Rita, Karol, Judith, Patty and Duke from Tales of Vesperia, Kurino and Sabine from Adventures of Valkyrie who also appeared in Namco x Capcom alongside Ginzu, Baby Head and Mack from Captain Commando, who were mentioned in this game too. Shulk, Reyn, and Dunban from Xenoblade Chronicles are also mentioned.
  • In the character selection menu, there are several empty slots that are not filled in even after all the characters have joined the party, suggesting there may have been more characters planned to appear at one point during the development of the game.
  • The English version of the game contains some noticably fouler language than the first game.
  • 99 is referred to as "Kyuju Kyu" (the Japanese pronounciation of 99) in the English version of the game. It's possible this was done to prevent players from confusing it with Nine Nine.
  • A reference to the Super Mario Bros. series occurs in the final chapter of the game where Xiaomu says to Sheath that she has "the moral integrity of an Italian plumber", a reference to Mario, when it was revealed Sheath escaped from an exploding Nine Nine in the previous Chapter. Xiaomu seems to make rather light use of Mario references, as she mentioned both Warp Zones and the Rainbow Road track from the Mario Kart series in the previous game. After the party defeats Saya at Ryugu Castle, Xiaomu states that Ouma has triple red shells, an item in the Mario Kart series. 
  • There are several references to the Sonic the Hedgehog series in the western versions of the game:
    • In Chapter 6, Xiaomu says "gotta go fast", a reference to the English opening theme of Sonic X.
    • In Chapter 21, when Xiaomu is making suggestions for signs to look for, one of them is "The Two-Tailed Fox", a reference to Sonic's sidekick Miles "Tails" Prower, who is a fox with two tails.
    • Following the conclusion of Chapter 34, Segata Sanshiro mentions that he should have brought a spring from Spring Yard Zone "for perfectly consistent speed and trajectory".
  • In the final chapter, Felicia states the events of Namco x Capcom took place 10 years before the Project X Zone series. This is likely a translation error, as in Chapter 40, Xiaomu states that ten years ago was when Reiji's father, Shogo, died in battle, something that happened ten years prior to Namco x Capcom.
  • Ichiro and Erica are the only paired unit in this game who don't have any attacks that deal Cross Break damage, making this pair among the hardest to deal any serious damage without any damage boosting skills. On the other hand, Reiji and Xiaomu are the easiest to deal Cross Break damage with because all of their attacks are designed to inflict it.

Possible sequel

In an interview, Kensuke Tsukanaka stated that he would like to continue the series if the game was well received, or if fans demanded another crossover game. [1]

Hideki Kamiya of Platinum Games has stated he was approached about having Sega character Bayonetta included in this game, to which he refused as he wanted Bayonetta and Dante from Devil May Cry to meet "on his own terms". However, he has stated he has come to regret this decision due to realizing how the fans would have loved the two interacting, and that if there is a Project X Zone 3 he would be all for Bayonetta's inclusion.[2]


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