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... Literally. The moves are quite lifelike and will entertain you, but the settings you fight in are disastrous!
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. Unlocks I will say you basically have to finish a fighter off using a super move twice somewhere against the 1st 3 opponents & then beat Ingrid when she comes in to unlock her.
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. I bought this and excitedly started playing with some other die-hard fans/friends. I wasn't disappointed per say but I wasn't too thrilled either.
Summary: After several games where Capcom characters fights characters from other companies, such as Marvel and SNK, it was about time when a game with the most famous Capcom characters of all Capcom fighting games was released. Street Fighter 2, 3 and Alpha, Darkstalkers and Red Earth, they're all there.It's a good oldschool game, worth having if you're a hardcore Capcom fighting games fan.
Fun at First, but You Realize it Could Have Been So much More
D. Mccright "D.M.", Amazon
17 February 2008
Summary: Capcoms take on an all Capcom Brawler. While the idea sounded great on paper, the overall product left a lot to be desired unless you're a die hard Capcom or 2D fighting game fan. Graphics For the most part, recycled from previous Capcom titles. This is not a huge complaint as graphics do not make a good game; however, a lot of the character sprites do clash with one another and the static backgrounds aren't all that appealing to look at.
Summary: The game overall is OK. Though by making some points of how it is good and how it is bad will have influences on nmay other opinions. The GOOOD -Shin Akuma -Varied Combo Bars -$20.00 THE BAD -Some fighters Lack Combos (ie: wheres Ryu's Shinku Tatsumaki?) -only 21 fighters wow -some super combos ex4ecute a few seconds later after the button commands -Pyron is cheesy and so Is that Mummy Guy (lol) -Where is Ken, Sagat, E. Honda, Blanka, and other Street Fighter Characters?
Summary: What strange turn of events has prompted yet another combination of characters from various 2D fighting realms? Surely not the surge of 3D fighters such as Dead or Alive and Mortal Kombat! Once a powerhouse in the 2D fighting-game arena, Capcom's latest amalgam of pastel-shaded brawlers quickly relegates itself to more-of-the same status.
Summary: Well first of all I love 2-D fighting games and I am especially fond of Capcom fighting games, While Fighting Evolution was fun after the first week of playing it I got bored fast for these reasons: 1. I dont like it when Capcom upgrades and downgrades some characters moves and there original playing systems from the original games they appeared in (especially the Third Strike characters). 2. There are not many modes of play in Fighting evolution.