is a 3Dfighting game developed by Sega-AM3 on the Sega Model 2 mainboard. This is one of the first motion captured weapon fighting games released in Japanese game centers in 1996, the other was Soul Edge. Home versions, shortened to Last Bronx, were produced for contemporary Sega game console and Windows systems. In Japan, the Last Bronx was novelized and serialized into comics and radio drama. A VHS video documenting the motion capture process used for the game and introducing the characters was released in 1996. A year later, Takashi Shimizu directed the live-action movie (V-Cinema). On June 29, 2006, Sega released Tokyo Bangaichi on PlayStation 2 as a tenth anniversary celebration.
Yusaku Kudo (工藤 優作) is the 19-year-old boss of street-gang (or "crew", as they are referred to in Last Bronx) "Neo-Soul" from Haneda airport. Yusaku is 171 cm tall and weighs 66 kg. His preferred weapon is a metal sansetsukon; his in-game alternate weapon was a Shinkansen scale model.
Joe Inagaki (稲垣 丈) is the 23-year-old boss of the "Shinjuku Mad" (新宿マド) gang from Shinjuku. His preferred weapons are metal nunchaku; his in-game alternate weapons are corn ears. Joe is 179 cm tall and weighs 76 kg.