Samurai Shodown II
Samurai Shodown II
Nicotine Caffeine's name originated from Adachi's addiction to coffee and cigarettes during the game's development.

"I came up with the name "Nicotine Caffeine" because I was addicted to coffee and cigarettes when we were developing the game. I took the words "caffeine" and "nicotine" and changed them to kanji characters. I no longer smoke cigarettes."
Contributed by DrakeVagabond
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In the Devil's Island - Dinner battle stage, there is a large cauldron in the background being tended to by two creatures that resemble Gen-An Shiranui as they appear to be boiling three human heads and a Xenomorph from the Alien franchise in a vat of blood.
Contributed by MehDeletingLater
Ryuhaku Todoh from Art of Fighting makes a cameo appearance in Gen-An's ending as one of his opponents.
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The Korean version of Samurai Shodown II has several differences compared to the other versions:
• Attract mode is completely silent. There are no music or sound effects regardless of the settings in the options menu.
• All blood is recolored to white.
• There are no in-game fatalities, though the referees still take away the opponent's corpse after the match ends.
• The background on the title screen is completely different.
Contributed by MeleeWaluigi