Summary: What do you get when you take one of the best portable card games of all time and resurrect it for the Nintendo DS? If you're SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters DS then you get one of the most disappointing games in recent history. Between the bad graphics, broken gameplay and game ending bug, this update only harms the franchise. Avoid this game at all cost! Tweet This product was submitted by the publisher for review.
Excerpt: SNK vs. Capcom. That phrase conjures up images of dozens of martial artists slaughtering each other with a slew of fireballs and flurries of kicks and punches. Those epic clashes were a fighting game fan’s dream come true; who could imagine that Street Fighter’s Ryu would ever trade blows with Fatal Fury’s Terry Bogard? Accordingly, the crossover games were a huge success; they were so popular that they even got their own spin-off titles. Thus SNK vs.
Summary: SNK vs. Capcom Card Fighters DS is a unique strategy card fighting game with RPG elements and baseball card trade-ability. Play as your favorite SNK character or play as your favorite CAPCOM character in this intense card fighting strategy game.
Excerpt: Naturally, placing cards isn’t as simple as sorting through all of your options and proving yourself clever. You are instead the victim of chance. Later matches even mostly come down to who draws the best hand from the start. Each round, a new card presents itself. You might find it useless or be stunned by its value.
Excerpt: In terms of fanservice, few companies do it better than SNK Playmore and Capcom. The ongoing series of SNK vs. Capcom fighting games cram as many characters as possible into an arena and let the zany matchups take center stage. Back when the Neo Geo Pocket Color was still around, there was a card battling spin-off series called SNK vs. Capcom Card Fighters Clash. Unfortunately, the series faded into obscurity after only two releases.
Pros: Hundreds of collectible cards featuring familiar SNK and Capcom characters, simple battle system is straightforward and easy to learn, catchy battle music
Cons: Terrible translation, weak single-player opponents make the game too easy, a serious game-freezing glitch
Excerpt: The warning signs were all there, but I ignored them all. I’ll be
completely honest, even when I saw the screenshots, I had a sinking
feeling, so I didn’t expect this game to be as great of a classic as
the original, but I thought it would have some semblance to the
original (or its slightly modified Japan-only sequel). The latter was
true, but, well...
Summary: In einer nicht weit entfernten Zukunft haben die Card Battles Spielkonsolen, Fernseher und das tägliche Fußballspielen auf dem Sportplatz abgelöst. Wie programmierte Zombies strömen Jugendliche aus allen Herren Ländern zu weltweiten Turnieren, um den Besten der Besten unter sich auszumachen. Um den Andrang des diesjährigen Card Battle Tournament zu bewältigen, hat der Master Card Fighter Makito, der sein Leben lang von Spielkarten fasziniert war, einen Turm erschaffen.
Pros: Über 300 SNK- und Capcomkarten, Taktische Card Battles, Wireless Multiplayer
Cons: Präsentation unter dem Durchschnitt, Kein Onlinemodus, Schwieriger Einstieg