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For detailed information about this series, see: Pocket Fighter on the Street Fighter Wiki

Pocket Fighter is a crossover fighting video game series by Capcom.

The series consists of a single entry, Pocket Fighter, released on September 4, 1997 for Arcades and later released on PlayStation, Sega Saturn and WonderSwan. For its English Arcade release the title was rebranded Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix, but later ports retained its original Japanese title.

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Puzzle Fighter19970904 September 04, 1997Pocket Fighter is a spin-off of Puzzle Fighter.1


4Arrow L Street Fighter19970904 September 04, 1997Pocket Fighter features various characters from Street Fighter; Asuka is seen playing the game in Street Fighter Alpha: The Movie, and the game was included in the Street Fighter Alpha Anthology.1


4Arrow L Darkstalkers19970904 September 04, 1997Morrigan, Felicia and Hsien-ko from Darkstalkers are selectable in Pocket Fighter.1


4Arrow L Red Earth19970904 September 04, 1997Tessa from Red Earth is selectable in Pocket Fighter.1


4Arrow L Final Fight19970904 September 04, 1997Guy, Rolento and Sodom from Final Fight make cameo appearances in Pocket Fighter.1


4Arrow L Resident Evil19970904 September 04, 1997Zombies from Resident Evil appear in Akuma's ending from Pocket Fighter. Chun-Li also cosplays as Jill Valentine in some of her attacks.1


4Arrow L Mega Man19970904 September 04, 1997In Pocket Fighter, Felicia dresses like Mega Man and performs his Charged Buster and Slide attacks, while characters from the Mega Man series make cameo appearances in the PlayStation and Saturn ports.1


4Arrow L Rival Schools19970904 September 04, 1997Tessa dresses as Kyouko Minazuki from Rival Schools in one of her Hypers from Pocket Fighter.2


4Arrow L SonSon19970904 September 04, 1997Sonson, Tonton and Suisui make a cameo appearance in Pocket Fighter.1


4Arrow L Cyberbots19970904 September 04, 1997Blodia from Cyberbots makes a cameo appearance in Pocket Fighter, while Devilot makes a cameo appearance in the PlayStation and Saturn ports.1


4Arrow L Star Gladiator19970904 September 04, 1997Various Star Gladiator characters make cameo appearances in Pocket Fighter, while Chun-Li cosplays as June Lin Milliam in some of her attacks and Felicia cosplays as Gamof and Rimgal in some of her attacks.1


4Arrow L Capcom Sports Club19970904 September 04, 1997Ken dresses as a soccer player from Capcom Sports Club in one of his attacks from Pocket Fighter.1


4Arrow L Buster Bros.19970904 September 04, 1997Don Tacos from Pang! 3 makes a cameo appearance in Pocket Fighter.1


4Arrow L Ghosts 'n Goblins19970904 September 04, 1997Pocket Fighter features Arthur's "turn-into-bones" death animation from the Ghosts 'n Goblins series.3


4Arrow L Art of Fighting19970904 September 04, 1997In Pocket Fighter, the appearance of Dan's father is a parody of Art of Fighting character Takuma Sakazaki when disguised as Mr. Karate.3


4Arrow L Breath of Fire19980611 June 11, 1998Characters from Breath of Fire III make cameo appearances in the PlayStation and Saturn ports of Pocket Fighter.1


4Arrow L Quiz Nanairo Dreams19980611 June 11, 1998Characters from Quiz Nanairo Dreams make cameo appearances in the PlayStation and Saturn ports of Pocket Fighter.1


5Arrow R Namco × Capcom20050526 May 26, 2005In Namco × Capcom Sylphie from Forgotten Worlds uses the Flash Combo mechanic from Pocket Fighter.3


5Arrow R Project X Zone20151112 November 12, 2015Felicia's Assist Attack in Project X Zone 2 uses techniques from her Pocket Fighter incarnation.3