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King of Fighters '94, The
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kaori Horie
Member of England team.
King of Fighters '95, The
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kaori Horie
Member of the England team.
King of Fighters '96, The
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kaori Horie
Kyokugenryu team
King of Fighters '97, The
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kaori Horie
Art of Fighting Team
King of Fighters '98, The
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kaori Horie
Art of Fighting Team Available in KoF '94 style by holding Start during selection.
King of Fighters R-1
Playable Character
Heroine Team member.
King of Fighters R-2
Playable Character
Super Babe Team member.
King of Fighters '99, The
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kaori Horie
Art of Fighting Team
Capcom vs SNK
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kaori Horie
Ratio 1
SNK Gals' Fighters
Playable Character
King of Fighters 2000, The
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kaori Horie
Member of Women's Team
Capcom vs SNK Pro
Playable Character
Ratio 1 Normal and EX mode available
Capcom vs SNK 2
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kaori Horie
King of Fighters 2001, The
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kaori Horie
King of Fighters EX, The
Striker Character
Portrayed by Kaori Horie
King of Fighters 2002, The
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kaori Horie
Women Fighters Team
King of Fighters EX2
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kaori Horie
Kyoukugen Team member.
King of Fighters 2003, The
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kaori Horie
King of Fighters Neowave, The
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kaori Horie
King of Fighters: Maximum Impact
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kaori Horie
King of Fighters Mobile, The
Playable Character
King of Fighters 2006, The
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kaori Horie, Amy Walls
KOF Maximum Impact Regulation A
Playable Character
King of Fighters '98, The: Ultimate Match
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kaori Horie
Art of Fighting Team Member.
King of Fighters 2002 Unlimited Match, The
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kaori Horie
Member of the Art of Fighting Team.
King of Fighters 2002 Unlimited Match, The
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kaori Horie
Member of the Art of Fighting Team.
King of Fighters XIII, The
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kaori Horie
Member of the Women Fighters Team.
King of Fighters '98, The: Ultimate Match
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kaori Horie
Art of Fighting Team Member.
King of Fighters XIII, The
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kaori Horie
Member of the Women Fighters Team.
King of Fighters XI, The
Playable Character
Portrayed by Kaori Horie
King of Fighters XIV
Playable Character

Decent Exposure
Plotwise, King's true gender was revealed during when Ryo split her shirt open with a Koh Oh Ken, a feat that could be replicated if it was used as the final blow in AoF1. This could also be performed on Yuri in AoF2, and even followed them both to the first few editions of KoF.
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Copykugenryu Cat
As Dan is to Art of Fighting, so is Yuri to Street Fighter. Since KoF98, she has inherited at least move from Capcom's signature shotos per game albeit subtely renamed and reanimated.
Her Majesty's Secret Substitution
"Yuri is a disciple of Kyokugen Karate but her appearances in the KOF series are frequently as a member of the women fighters' team. Originally in KOF '94 there was no such team and production began on King Billy Big Bear as the English team. But Art of Fighting 2 was completed at that time and the designers pressed to put Yuri into KOF, replacing her with Big Bear, who was presenting various problems, for various reasons (hah, hah) concerning capacity. Enter Yuri, goodbye Billy! (A tragedy, we know) And so the originally planned team started life anew as the mighty women fighters' team." from KOF 10th anniversary website

Reduced Roster
According to some leftover data on the home version discs, The King of Fighters XII originally would have had Mai, Yuri, King, Vice, Takuma, Hwa Jai, "Billy", a "Dark" Ash, and a KoF '98 version of Iori, as well as a boss of unknown identity. KoF XII was well-known to have been rushed through development, so these characters all obviously got the axe due to budget and time constraints. Further supporting this is the fact that all of these characters made it info KoF XIII eventually (counting the home version).
Decent Exposure
Plotwise, King's true gender was revealed during when Ryo split her shirt open with a Koh Oh Ken, a feat that could be replicated if it was used as the final blow in AoF1. This could also be performed on Yuri in AoF2, and even followed them both to the first few editions of KoF.