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Battle Arena Toshinden (1996)

For one year, Master Swordsman Eiji Shinjo has been haunted by the memory of his battle with the renegade champion, Gaia - a battle that was cut short by the forces of the malevolent syndicate known as "the organization.

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Eiji (voice)
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Kayin (voice) (as Hideo Seaver)
Alfred DeButler ...
Gaia (voice)
Emma Rayda ...
Uranus (voice)
Chris Yates ...
Chaos / Sho (voice)
Debora Rabbai ...
Sofia (voice) (as Debbie Rabbai)
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Ellis (voice)
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Tracey (voice)
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Fo Fai (voice) (as Carter Cathcart)
Greg Wolfe ...
Rungo (voice)
Terri Muuss ...
Chris (voice) (as Teri Muus)
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Daisuke Gôri ...
Gaia (voice)
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Ellis (voice)
Kikuko Inoue ...
Uranus (voice)
Yukimasa Kishino ...
Mondo (voice)
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For one year, Master Swordsman Eiji Shinjo has been haunted by the memory of his battle with the renegade champion, Gaia - a battle that was cut short by the forces of the malevolent syndicate known as "the organization.

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Based upon characters from the best-selling video games Battle Arena Toshinden and Battle Arena Toshinden II by Takara. Originally released in the U.S. in two versions: an edited PG-13 version and an uncut version (currently available on DVD). See more »

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Followed by Toshinden sha shou Hao (1998) See more »

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Makenaide Fly Away
Performed by Hikami Kyoko
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somewhat disappointing
31 May 1999 | by See all my reviews

As a devoted fan of the video game, I was a bit disappointed in the animated movie. Many of the characters were hardly in it, though they all appear eventually, and the fights were often too brief. But it was interesting enough to rent if you really like the game.


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