Shaman King: Funbari Spirits

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Shaman King: Funbari Spirits
Shaman King - Funbari Spirits Coverart.jpg
SeriesShaman King
Platform(s)PlayStation 2
  • JP: April 4, 2004
Genre(s)3D Fighting
Mode(s)Single player, Multiplayer

Shaman King: Funbari Spirits (Japanese: シャーマンキング ふんばりスピリッツ, Hepburn: Shāman Kingu Funbari Supirittsu), is a cel-shaded 2D style fighting game released in Japan only on April 4, 2004. It is not to be confused with Shaman King: Power of Spirit, a game produced by Konami to go along with the 4kids Entertainment dub. It is a pseudo-sequel to Shaman King: Spirit of Shamans, a 2D fighting game for the PlayStation. This game is based upon the manga. This is the last Shaman King game to be released in Japan.


Funbari Spirits features simple controls and plays like a 2D fighter despite being 3D. The modes include a 2 player mode, an adventure mode, a mini game mode, and a free play mode along with a training mode. The game also has the voice actors from the original anime, as well as cel-shaded graphics. All of the main characters are present as playable characters, along with a few characters that only appear in this game.

Yoh fighting Satei.


  • Yoh Asakura
  • Tao Ren
  • Ryu
  • Horohoro
  • Faust VIII
  • Chocolove
  • Lyserg Diethel
  • Marco
  • Iron Maiden Jeanne
  • Anna Kyoyama
  • Manta Oyamada
  • Hao Asakura
  • Redseb (only appeared in the manga)
  • Sati Saigan (only appeared in the manga)
  • Sennjuu (from Hiroyuki Takei's first manga, Butsu Zone)


The game was criticized for having a tedious combat system.

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