SNK vs Capcom: Card Fighters Conflict

SNK vs Capcom: Card Fighters Conflict

A screenshot of R. Mika being placed on the battlefield

This overview was initially revealed in Arcade problem 18, April 2000

SNK and Capcom deal a profitable hand

Psychological pictures may be humorous issues, however in the event you’ve at all times imagined card-playing periods to contain a set of knifescarred underworld hoodlums smoking cigars within the backroom of a seedy nightclub, then the brilliant, neon-lit, up all night time world of Card Fighters’ Conflict will fulfil your each fantasy.

It needs to be probably the most addictive and unique video games ever to grace any console, with an engrossing mixture of RPG and card recreation that regularly will get its hooks into you and gained’t let go.

Principally, your character travels across the Card Fighters world accumulating totally different playing cards, taking part in mini-games and battling different gamers with a pack that includes characters from SNK and Capcom video games. Should you defeat an opponent, you obtain extra taking part in playing cards so as to add to your assortment.

Initially, the sport may be daunting and fairly bewildering, with a algorithm to study and playing cards which have hit factors, soul factors and actions. However after a number of battles you begin to decide up the sport and develop into decided to gather extra highly effective playing cards to construct up a deck that may tackle the toughest of Card Fighters.

The graphics are giant, brilliant and vibrant. All the playing cards are plastered with comedian e-book representations of videogame stars resembling the beautiful Jill Valentine from Resident Evil and gangly Dhalsim from Road Fighter 2.

The position taking part in recreation bit includes visiting quite a few worlds, together with Capcom Plaza, Neo Geo Land and Misplaced World, which encompasses a very foolish dinosaur exhibit that roars whenever you pull a swap. There’s even a spooky Resident Evil mansion in SC Park, filled with cute zombies, hidden bonus playing cards and evil Card Fighter opponents.

The one-player recreation is great, but in addition included is a twoplayer link-up, enabling you to battle towards or commerce playing cards with your pals. Card Fighters’ Conflict is a type of uncommon titles that appears to look from nowhere, however surprises you by delivering a recreation that’s recent, enjoyable and extremely addictive. That is High Trumps for the brand new Millennium.

Jamie Sefton

Uppers & Downers

Ace of Spades 

  • Good graphics
  • Tons of character strikes
  • Addictive

Two of Golf equipment

  • Will take over your life.

Rating

5/5

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