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-Intro

The King of Fighters '98 Ultimate Match (ザ・キング・オブ・ファイターズ '98ナインティエイト アルティメットマッチ) is a standalone upgrade of The King of Fighters '98 which includes all characters that were present up to The King of Fighters '97 (making it the second dream match game with the most complete roster of characters based to date within the KOF series as a whole, with 64 characters).

Additionally, new alternate versions of characters were added (such as EX Blue Mary and EX Yamazaki). Meanwhile, other alternate versions of characters (barring the Orochi/New Faces Team and Omega Rugal) gain brand new portraits from their original versions (both on the order select and on the character select/HP-bar mugshot), first seen in the console versions of the original KOF '98.

New adjustments to stages (as well as new stages themselves) come along with adjustments to gameplay via re-balancing and new moves. Extra Mode in particular, has many new revisions which makes it more on-par with Advanced Mode:

  • It now has a manual MAX Mode of its own and having a stock at full charge, thus no longer entering a MAX Mode automatically via this method.
    • Also added is Quick Max Mode, which only in Extra Mode can be accessed on any connecting hit that does not count as a true grab/throw, cancelling the attack into a Max Mode activation without the power-up-pose startup. This can effectively be used to extend various combos or push an offensive advantage in general.
  • The gauge charge is now much faster, along with the recovery from the charging animation.
  • Sidesteps/dodges are also faster on recovery.
  • The advantage carry-over for later members of a player's team no longer involves the power bar's length, but instead increases the threshold for the critical HP range (from low HP to near-half HP) to use normal DMs with no cost and/or to allow for SDMs.
  • The HP bar will no longer flash for a while via a cooldown period if a free DM is used in critical HP range, preventing the player from spamming free DM's.
  • To make up for the stationary dodge's drawbacks compared to rolling in Advanced Mode, walking movement speed is slightly increased in Extra Mode.

A new and notable mode of play for this game is known as Ultimate Mode, where similar to the EX Grooves of Capcom vs. SNK 2, players are able to customize their gauge systems and the mechanics that go along with them, with it being able to select between Advanced or Extra (the gauge style, the method of dodging, and method of quick forward movement).

The game was released in Japanese arcades on March 18, 2008 and later on the PlayStation 2. Ultimate Match is also available on Xbox 360 Live Arcade. The American port was released by Ignition Entertainment March 3, 2009 and packaged with an extra DVD containing trailers and wallpapers for the game and The King of Fighters XII. Also released in 2009 was the Chinese version of the arcade game, titled The King of Fighters '98 Ultimate Match HERO. It's published by New Channel instead of SNK, and runs on the significantly less powerful PolyGame Master 2 hardware (developed by Taiwanese company IGS) instead of the Taito Type X hardware.[1]

The home version of the game, similar to The King of Fighters Neowave for its home version, uses full 3D-rendered versions of its backgrounds (though an option exists to convert them back into the classic-styled backgrounds in the original '98). The home version also comes with its own arranged soundtrack of the original '98 and most of the game's new soundtracks for UM, as well as a new Neo Geo mode, which allows for a demo of the original Neo Geo-port perfect version of the classic KOF '98. An animated intro included with the Dreamcast port of the original can be accessed as an unlockable extra in Ultimate Match.

A new version of the game named The King of Fighters '98 Ultimate Match Final Edition has been released as well (containing various tweaks to the characters and game mechanics), initially for the arcades, and has been released to the PC through Steam in December 16, 2014. Also was released a version for Humble Bundle, in January 9, 2016, and a GOG version in June 1, 2018. This version also features the arranged versions of the BGMs by default during gameplay.

During the first day of TOKYO GAME SHOW 2021, it has been confirmed that the game will receive a major update, which will include netcode rollback, developed by Code Mystics, which aimed to improve online matches. The update will arrive in this Winter. The same process occurred with The King of Fighters 2002 Unlimited Match, Garou: Mark of the Wolves and the two games of The Last Blade series. The first rollback test occurred between October 19th and 29th. A second beta test occurred between November 29th and December 4th, with two features: the Online Lobbies and Spectator Mode. The update was released officially in December 20, 2021, and also includes the original soundtrack as a downloadable feature.

Characters

The roster consists of not only everyone from the original KOF '98, but also every character who was playable at least once in KOF '94, KOF '95, KOF '96 and KOF '97 (all canonical chapters of the Orochi Saga). Additionally, all alternate versions of certain characters are also available. Some of them also appears in the original game.

Official Team Roster

Hero Team (A.K.A. Japan Team or Protagonist Team)

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Kyo Kusanagi
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Benimaru Nikaido
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Goro Daimon

Fatal Fury Team (A.K.A. Garou Densetsu Team)

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Terry Bogard
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Andy Bogard
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Joe Higashi

Art of Fighting Team (A.K.A. Kyokugenryu Team)

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Ryo Sakazaki
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Robert Garcia
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Yuri Sakazaki

Ikari Warriors Team

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Leona Heidern
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Ralf Jones
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Clark Still

Psycho Soldier Team

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Athena Asamiya
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Sie Kensou
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Chin Gentsai

Women Fighters Team

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Chizuru Kagura
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Mai Shiranui
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King

Korea Justice Team (A.K.A. Kim Team)

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Kim Kaphwan
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Chang Koehan
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Choi Bounge

New Faces Team (A.K.A. Orochi Team)

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Yashiro Nanakase
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Shermie
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Chris

'97 Special Team

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Ryuji Yamazaki
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Blue Mary
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Billy Kane

Yagami Team

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Iori Yagami
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Mature
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Vice

Masters Team

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Heidern
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Takuma Sakazaki
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Saisyu Kusanagi

American Sports Team

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Heavy-D!
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Lucky Glauber
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Brian Battler

Edit Team

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Eiji Kisaragi
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Kasumi Todoh
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Shingo Yabuki

Awakened Orochi Team

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Orochi Yashiro
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Orochi Shermie
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Orochi Chris

'96 Bosses Team

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Geese Howard
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Wolfgang Krauser
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Mr. Big


Mid-Bosses

Note: Unlike the prior games, there are multiple different Mid-Bosses, with all of them requiring different conditions to fight a certain opponent. Each Mid-Boss is fought as a Solo Character, without being a Team.
Fighters
Conditions
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Eiji Kisaragi
Finish 3-5 fights with a Super Special Move or MAX Super Special Move.
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Kasumi Todoh
Finish 3-5 fights with a Super Special Move or MAX Super Special Move.
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Rugal Bernstein
Finish 6-9 fights with a Super Special Move or MAX Super Special Move, do not lose a single round before Stage 4.
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Orochi Iori
Finish 6-9 fights with a Super Special Move or MAX Super Special Move, do not lose a single round before Stage 4.
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Orochi Leona
Finish 6-9 fights with a Super Special Move or MAX Super Special Move, do not lose a single round before Stage 4.
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Shingo Yabuki
Failed to meet any of the above requirements.

Sub-Boss Teams

Note: Unlike the prior games, there are multiple different Sub-Bosses, with all of them requiring different conditions to fight a certain opponent. If you reach a certain Team, you a guaranteed a certain Boss.
Teams
Game's Final Similiarity
Conditions

Geese96.gif Krauser96.gif Mrbig96.gif

'96 Bosses Team (Geese Howard, Wolfgang Krauser & Mr. Big)
The King of Fighters '96
Finish 3-5 fights with a Super Special Move or MAX Super Special Move by Stage 6.

Orochiyashiro97.gif Orochishermie97.gif Orochichris98.gif

Awakened Orochi Team (Orochi Yashiro, Orochi Shermie & Orochi Chris)
The King of Fighters '97
Finish 6-9 fights with a Super Special Move or MAX Super Special Move by Stage 6.

Iori96.gif Mature98.gif Vice98.gif

Yagami Team (Iori Yagami, Mature & Vice)
The King of Fighters '98
Failed to meet any of the above requirements.

Heidern98.gif Takuma98.gif

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Masters Team (Heidern, Takuma Sakazaki & Saisyu Kusanagi)
The King of Fighters '98
Failed to meet any of the above requirements.

Heavyd98.gif Lucky98.gif

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American Sports Team (Heavy-D!, Lucky Glauber & Brian Battler)
The King of Fighters '98
Failed to meet any of the above requirements.

Final Bosses

Note: Similarly to the Mid-Bosses, there are multiple different Final Bosses, with all of them requiring different conditions to fight.
Boss (es)
Game's Final Similiarity
Conditions
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Goenitz
The King of Fighters '96
Defeat the '96 Bosses Team.
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Orochi
The King of Fighters '97
Defeat the Awakened Orochi Team.
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Omega Rugal
The King of Fighters '98
Defeat the Yagami, Masters or American Sports Teams.

Alternate Character Versions

Note: These characters are alternate versions of some Characters, having either modified moves or a completely different moveset. On the Character Select Screen, hold Select on a certain Character.

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EX Kyo Kusanagi (Based on his moveset from The King of Fighters '95)
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EX Terry Bogard (Based on his moveset from Real Bout Fatal Fury 2)
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EX Andy Bogard (Based on his moveset from Real Bout Fatal Fury 2)
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EX Joe Higashi (Based on his moveset from The King of Fighters '94)
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EX Mai Shiranui (Based on her moveset from Real Bout Fatal Fury 2)
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EX Ryuji Yamazaki (Based on his moveset from Real Bout Fatal Fury 2)
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EX Blue Mary (Based on her moveset from Real Bout Fatal Fury 2)
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EX Billy Kane (Based on his moveset from Real Bout Fatal Fury 2)
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EX Geese Howard (Based on his Nightmare counterpart's moveset)
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EX Ryo Sakazaki (Based on his moveset from The King of Fighters '94)
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EX Robert Garcia (Based on his moveset from The King of Fighters '94)
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EX Yuri Sakazaki (Based on her moveset from The King of Fighters '94)
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EX King (Based on her moveset from Art of Fighting 2)

Special Edit Teams

Special formations (non-official) present in the game.

Sacred Treasures Team

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Kyo Kusanagi
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Iori Yagami
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Chizuru Kagura

Shingo Team

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Kyo Kusanagi
Iori96.gif
Iori Yagami
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Shingo Yabuki

KOF '98 UM Bosses Team

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Orochi
Rugal98.gif
Rugal Bernstein
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Goenitz

Rugal Team

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Rugal Bernstein
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Mature
Vice98.gif
Vice

Assembled Heroes Team

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Kyo Kusanagi
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Terry Bogard
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Ryo Sakazaki

No. 2 Team

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Benimaru Nikaido
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Andy Bogard
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Robert Garcia

No. 3 Team

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Goro Daimon
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Joe Higashi
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Yuri Sakazaki

Baseball Team

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Ralf Jones
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Blue Mary
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Lucky Glauber

Father Team

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Kim Kaphwan
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Takuma Sakazaki
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Saisyu Kusanagi

Button Mashing Team

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Billy Kane
Chang96.gif
Chang Koehan
Joe96.gif
Joe Higashi

Serpent Wave Team

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Kyo Kusanagi
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Saisyu Kusanagi
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Orochi Chris

Sakazaki Family Team

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Ryo Sakazaki
Yuri98.gif
Yuri Sakazaki
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Takuma Sakazaki

Teen Team

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Shingo Yabuki
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Sie Kensou
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Chris

Orochi Ladies Team

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Shermie
Mature98.gif
Mature
Vice98.gif
Vice

Orochi Men Team

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Yashiro Nanakase
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Chris
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Ryuji Yamazaki

Kusanagi Style Team

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Kyo Kusanagi
Saisyu98.gif
Saisyu Kusanagi
Shingo98.gif
Shingo Yabuki

Comedians Team

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Robert Garcia
Kensou98.gif
Sie Kensou
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Choi Bounge

"Cute" Team

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Choi Bounge
Chin96.gif
Chin Gentsai
Chang96.gif
Chang Koehan

Cap Team

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Terry Bogard
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Lucky Glauber
Clark96.gif
Clark Still

Fake Hero Team

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Benimaru Nikaido
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Goro Daimon
Shingo98.gif
Shingo Yabuki

Other Ikari Warriors Team

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Leona
Ralf96.gif
Ralf Jones
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Heidern

Neo Heroines Team

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Athena Asamiya
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Mai Shiranui
Yuri98.gif
Yuri Sakazaki

Destructors Team

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Ralf Jones
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Brian Battler
Chang96.gif
Chang Koehan

April 8th Birthday Team

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King
Mature98.gif
Mature
Shingo98.gif
Shingo Yabuki

Former Art of Fighting Team (KOF '94 Mexico Team)

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Ryo Sakazaki
Robert 97 animation 3.gif
Robert Garcia
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Takuma Sakazaki

Former Ikari Warriors Team (KOF '94 Brazil Team)

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Heidern
Ralf96.gif
Ralf Jones
Clark96.gif
Clark Still

Former Women Fighters Team (KOF '94 England Team)

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King
Mai96.gif
Mai Shiranui
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Yuri Sakazaki

KOF '95 Rivals Team

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Iori Yagami
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Eiji Kisaragi
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Billy Kane

Ninja Team

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Andy Bogard
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Mai Shiranui
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Eiji Kisaragi

KOF '96 Women Fighters Team

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Kasumi Todoh
Mai96.gif
Mai Shiranui
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King

Young Teenage Girls Team

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Athena Asamiya
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Kasumi Todoh
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Leona Heidern

Skin Head Team

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Mr. Big
Chang96.gif
Chang Koehan
Choi96.gif
Choi Bounge

Anti-Art of Fighting Team (A.K.A. Anti-Kyokugenryu Team)

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Eiji Kisaragi
Kasumi96.gif
Kasumi Todoh
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Mr. Big

Shingo Detests Team

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Iori Yagami
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Yashiro Nanakase
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Ryuji Yamazaki

Awakened Team

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Orochi
Wildiori97.gif
Orochi Iori
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Orochi Leona

Grown Arms Team

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Ryuji Yamazaki
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Mature
Vice98.gif
Vice

Orochi Heavenly Kings Team

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Goenitz
Orochiyashiro97.gif Orochishermie97.gif Orochichris98.gif
Next two members can either be: Orochi Yashiro, Orochi Shermie and/or Orochi Chris

Hard Punch Team

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Yashiro Nanakase
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Ryo Sakazaki
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Heavy-D!

New & Exclusive Stages

In addition to the original stages in a reimagined version in 3D (only in PS2 and PS4 versions), SNK Playmore also added the scenarios of the finals of KOF '96 ('96 Bosses Team and Goenitz) and KOF '97 (Awakened Orochi Team and Orochi), along with some new stages:

Gameplay of Mai vs. Chin in one of the stages reimagined in 3D.

  • China WallThe Great Wall of China. The fight takes place on a broken section of the wall.
    • Changes: In the first round, it's empty and it's morning; in second and third rounds, people are watching the fight in the background; and in the last rounds, it's sunset.
  • Hong Kong: A commercial center in the Central District, with various vehicles spectators cheering with some advertisements in the background. Similar to Lee Pai Long's stage in AOF 2 and the Hong Kong Stage in RBFFS.
    • Changes: In the first and second rounds, it's morning, with a few people watching the fight, inside and outside the train; in the third and fourth rounds, it is afternoon and there is a crowd watching the battle; and in the last round takes place at night, and people can be seen inside the train next to the characters. The battle takes place next to the train tracks.
  • Taiwan: The entrance of the National Palace Museum, in Taipei. The fight takes in the middle of the square and next to some statues, beside some flags.
    • Changes: In the 1st round, people are cheering and holding a flag with words in Chinese, besides a woman sitting at a table with a sun umbrella under sunny weather; in the 2nd round, the stage is empty and cloudy; from the 3rd round, the stage gets full again, with the same people from the 1st round and in the light of the sunset.

Gameplay of Kasumi vs. Ryo in one of the new stages.

  • Saudi Arabia: The fight takes in front of the Masmak Fort, in Riyadh. This stage features palm trees, women wearing burqas and various shieks.
    • Changes: In the 1st round, the weather is sunny; in the 2nd round, can be seen a sunset, and more sheikhs on the left and the right; from the 3rd round, it's already night and more sheikhs can be seen in the background, and bonfires on both sides.
  • Chinese Village: The village of Xitang. Some residences can be seen in the background as the fighters battle on top of a cobblestoned road.
    • Changes: In the 1st round, people and pandas are cheering with the fight, holding posters with the game's name, and the weather is sunny; in 2nd round, the stage is empty and the sky is cloudy; from the 3rd round, it's already night and few people are in the stage.
  • Chinese Temple: The Famen Temple, in Xi'an.
    • Changes: in the first round, can be seen some people next to the river, and the weather is sunny; in the 2nd round, can be seen a sunset; from the 3rd round, the stage is empty and it's already night; also can be seen some lights coming from the temple.
  • Bousou — Orochi Iori & Orochi Leona: The bloody version of China Village and Saudi Arabia, like in the stages of KOF '97.
Note 1: All the new stages, with exception of Sub-Boss Stages, Bosses Stages and Bousou Stages, don't appear in Team Play and Single Play, but appear in Versus Play and Practice Mode.
Note 2: In this remake, a new version of the famous cameo of the bicycle can be seen in the Japan Street stage, with a backpacking man in a lab coat and slippers carrying a mascot of SNK, Neo-Poke-Kun.
Note 3: All the stages have the 2D and 3D versions, which can be changed in the game settings (only in PS2 and PS4 versions).

Reception

GameRankings gave Ultimate Match a 77% based on 14 reviews for the PlayStation 2 version and 74% based on 5 reviews for the Xbox 360 version. Metacritic gave it a 73 out of 100 for both the PlayStation 2 and Xbox 360 versions based on 11 reviews and 4 reviews respectively. Various publications for video games and other media have commented on Ultimate Match with IGN writer Ryan Clements giving it a 7.8, saying that probably this game should only be recommended to fans of The King of Fighters due to how old its graphics are as well as the little balance it has with 60 characters being playable.

James Mielke from 1UP.com complained on how the game is very similar to KOF '98, but found the controls to be comfortable and intuitive for any fans of 2D fighting games. However, Heath Hooker from GameZone found that the gameplay and sound from the game make up for the graphics even though there is not much difference between KOF '98 and KOF '98: Ultimate Match. In 2013, KOF '98 Ultimate Match was ranked as the 15th best arcade game of the 1990s by Complex, who also called it "possibly the greatest SNK fighting game of them all," and included it on their list of 25 best 2D fighting games of all time in 2013.

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References

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Remakes Dream Match 1999'99 Evolution'94 Re-Bout'98 Ultimate Match2002 Unlimited Match
Offshoots R-1R-2EX: Neo BloodEX2: Howling BloodNeowave
Spin-offs Quiz King of FightersThe King of Fighters: KyoBattle de ParadiseKOF: Maximum ImpactKOF: Maximum Impact 2KOF Maximum Impact Regulation "A"KOF Sky StageOnline'98 Ultimate Match WebSNK Heroines Tag Team Frenzy
Mobile The King of Fighters -Mobile- / R-2-Volleyball-KOF Gals MahjongThe King of MillionaireThe King of ReversiMahjongKOF Kentei - Mezase Cult Quiz Ou!Moeyo! KOF DaiundokaiKOF x Garou DensetsuBattle Festa-i/AndroidEncounterThe Rhythm of Fighters'98 Ultimate Match OnlineBeast Busters featuring KOFWorldDestinyAll StarOrochi GoM: Fighting Stars AssemblyKOF: Chroniclefor Girls
Pachinko The King of FightersChapter of NESTSMaximum ImpactIIICR The King of Fighters
Compilations Orochi CollectionThe Orochi SagaNESTS Collection
Cancelled Online (UnoTechnology)Fighters' WorldKOF MI "A2"KOF: Maximum Impact 360Online (DragonFly/Triple A Games)
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The King of Fighters games
Prologue The King of Fighters '94
Orochi Saga The King of Fighters '95The King of Fighters '96The King of Fighters '97
NESTS Chronicles The King of Fighters '99The King of Fighters 2000The King of Fighters 2001
Tales of Ash The King of Fighters 2003The King of Fighters XIThe King of Fighters XIII
Shun'ei Saga The King of Fighters XIVThe King of Fighters XV
Dream Matches The King of Fighters '98The King of Fighters 2002The King of Fighters XII
Remakes The King of Fighters: Dream Match 1999The King of Fighters '99 EvolutionThe King of Fighters '94 Re-BoutThe King of Fighters '98 Ultimate MatchThe King of Fighters 2002 Unlimited Match
Maximum Impact series KOF: Maximum ImpactKOF: Maximum Impact 2KOF Maximum Impact Regulation "A"
Offshoots King of Fighters R-1King of Fighters R-2The King of Fighters EX: Neo BloodThe King of Fighters EX2: Howling BloodThe King of Fighters Neowave
Spin-offs Quiz King of FightersThe King of Fighters: KyoThe King of Fighters: Battle de ParadiseKOF Sky StageThe King of Fighters Online (DragonFly)The King of Fighters '98: Ultimate Match WebSNK Heroines Tag Team Frenzy
Mobile The King of Fighters -Mobile- / R-2The King of Fighters -Volleyball-KOF Gals MahjongThe King of MillionaireThe King of ReversiMahjongKOF Kentei - Mezase Cult Quiz Ou!Moeyo! KOF DaiundokaiKOF x Garou DensetsuBattle Festa-i/AndroidEncounterThe Rhythm of FightersThe King of Fighters '98 Ultimate Match OnlineBeast Busters featuring KOFThe King of Fighters: WorldThe King of Fighters Destiny (Game)The King of Fighters All StarOrochi GoThe King of Fighters M: Fighting Stars AssemblyKOF: ChronicleThe King of Fighters for Girls
Pachinko The King of FightersChapter of NESTSMaximum ImpactIIICR The King of Fighters
Compilations The King of Fighters Orochi CollectionThe King of Fighters Collection: The Orochi SagaThe King of Fighters NESTS Collection
Cancelled The King of Fighters Online (UnoTechnology)The King of Fighters' WorldKOF Maximum Impact Regulation "A2"KOF: Maximum Impact 360The King of Fighters Online (Cancelled)
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