Snk vs. capcom: card fighters clash

SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters 2 Expansion Edition and SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters DS redirect here.

SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters Clash is a series of SNK Playmore games between 1999 and 2006 for hand-held consoles. It has a collectible card game theme, spun off from the popular series of fighting games by SNK and Capcom, and also including references to many other kinds of games from both companies. The game uses cards based on Capcom and SNK characters from a variety of earlier games. The first two versions of this game were released for Neo-Geo Pocket Color, and a new version for the Nintendo DS was released in 2007.

SVC: Card Fighter's Clash

SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters Clash
Developer(s) SNK
Publisher(s) SNK
Platform(s) Neo Geo Pocket Color
Release date(s) November 21, 1999
Genre(s) Collectible card game
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer

The first game in the series, released in 1999 for the Neo Geo Pocket Color handheld console, was the first crossover between SNK and Capcom. Characters in the game are illustrated in the super deformed art style. There are two complementary versions of the game: the SNK version and the Capcom version. Each version of the game has a different starting deck and different exclusive cards that can be obtained, but the game-play remains the same.

SVC: Card Fighters 2 Expand Edition

SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters 2 Expand Edition
Developer(s) SNK
Publisher(s) SNK
Platform(s) Neo Geo Pocket Color
Release date(s)
  • JP September 13, 2001
Genre(s) Collectible card game
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer

This Japan-only sequel to SVC: Card Fighters' Clash was released in 2001 for the Neo Geo Pocket Color after Capcom vs. SNK 2. In addition to the 240 character and 60 action cards from the first game, 124 new cards are added, including 40 reaction cards similar that can be used during the opponent's attack. Another new feature is special character cards with alternate versions of various characters depicted with regular artwork instead of the super deformed style. Instead of being released as two versions (SNK and Capcom), this game was released as a single version that lets the players decide to either start with a SNK deck or a Capcom deck. It was the last game to be released for the Neo Geo Pocket Color in Japan.

In 2008, an English translation of the game titled as Card Fighters' Clash 2 (CFC2) was released in the form of a fan translation patch to the original game file. This project is aimed at bringing the second Card Fighters' Clash game to a wider audience.

SVC: Card Fighters DS

SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters DS
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Developer(s) SNK Playmore
Publisher(s) SNK Playmore
Platform(s) Nintendo DS
Release date(s)
  • JP December 14, 2006
  • NA April 24, 2007[1]
  • AUS February 15, 2008
Genre(s) Collectible card game
Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer

This Nintendo DS game was released on December 14, 2006 in Japan and was released on April 24, 2007 in the United States. In addition, there are key features:

Almost immediately after the American NDS version was released, an unavoidable bug was discovered in the game. The bug occurs on the ninth floor of the tower, during the second play through. The game crashes after talking to an opponent named Jon, who has to be defeated in order to finish the game.[2] On June 6, SNK announced that the replacement cartridge would be available in stores on June 25 and began the process of implementing a recall. These cartridges have been sent by mail along with a package of five King of Fighters trading cards. The recall ended in January 2008. Fixed versions of the game features a black and white graphic behind the title font on the cartridge's label, while bugged versions feature the label in full color. The European version of the game did not contain the above-mentioned glitch.

References

  • Orlando, Greg (January 2007). "SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters DS". Newtype USA 6 (1): 131.

External links

  • official website (Japanese)
  • official website (Japanese)
  • official website (Japanese)
  • Card Fighters Project website
  • English translation
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