Summary: I love 2-D Capcom fighting games as much as anyone else but fighting evolution is just a huge let down. The game features characters from Street Fighter II, Darkstalkers, Street fighter III, Street Fighter Alpha and for what ever reason characters from Red Earth, while it does include fan favorites...
Summary: Hey guys... Today im reviewing Capcom Fighting Evolution... A good game in cartoon version... That has its flaws, but here we go. BASICS - 1. Its a good game... A great plan turned into a game with plenty of diversity! But the real problems lie in the game itself... SETUP - 1. Its a cartoon game...
Summary: I like the variety of characters they got into the game & the overall fighting system. I'm playing it for the 1st time in 2012 & it seems to hold up pretty well to me. Of coarse I would like more characters but for the time period it's from, I can't complaign.
Summary: I've been playing games since the 80s and I've always been a fan of 2D fighters. This is a fun little game. Yes, it could have been better, but it is what it is... a small collection of Capcom fighters. Despite the game not having tons of fighters, it is a good mix.
Summary: Well...it has a lot of characters never before available on the USA systems, as well as never characters from Red Earth a arcade only game in Japan. If you are a fan of 2d classic fighters, this is for you!
Summary: capcoms successful ploy of wasting your money and getting suck on a disk. Really bad game, Enough said. dont get it unless you need every fighting game but dont bother popping the disk in for a go
Geronimo Garcia "death metal, video games and kung fu movies", Amazon
25 March 2009
Summary: This is a game I would highly recommend you rent from a store or barrow from a friend to try out first. I was expecting this game to be a lot of what it wasn't. Normally I will keep tabs on capcom fighting games and I did on this one despite not a whole lot of promotion.