|Hey Ash. Whatcha playin'? Pokemon? Groovy.|
|Hi Duo. How are you today?|
On the Korean team, the jumpy little bastard Choi got the boot, leaving Kim, Chang, and Jhun, returning after recovery.
|Did you hear something Kim? Me neither.|
|She's not important.|
Perhaps to discourage it, taunting was given a detrimental side-effect. Taunting in KOF 2003 and its sequel gives your opponent a boost to their super meter. That won’t stop me, of course. In fact, giving your opponent an edge by taunting makes it even more insulting. It’s like if you were to dodge an entire clip of gunfire and then toss the shooter another clip because you’re that confident you’ll dodge them too. Just don't get carried away.
|Lemme just stretch here for a sec.|
The whole game isn't much to write home about for the most part, but it’s still worth playing for fans thanks to its character selection and story. King of Fighters 11 does have far more characters overall, many of which were already in 2003, but there are a few who don’t come back for it, including Joe, Jhung, Hinako, Leona, and Ryuji.
|A stage exclusive to the console versions.|