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. I like some of the backgrounds but some of them are very soft looking without much detail. I like how each character has a super meter that corresponds to the game they are from.
Summary: Capcom Fighting Evolution doesn't do anything spectacular. It is basically a standard 2d fighter with a small character selection and it only gets smaller when you realize how terrible the "NEW" Red Earth characters are. Pros -It's a 2d fighting game. -The AI is pretty hard in arcade mode -Provides great multiplayer fun (so long as you and your opponent are around the same skill level Cons -Tiny character selection, too small of samples from the 5 games -Some characters...
The Capcom fighting greats in one of the last of its kind.
C.W. Fitch, Amazon
11 March 2006
Summary: I've been playing fighting video games for about 15 years now, and I will never tire of 2-dimensional fighting games featuring hand-drawn characters and backgrounds. It's a lost art nowadays, what with most if not all fighting games being 3-D and animated entirely by computer. In fact, "Capcom Fighting Evolution" will likely be one of the last fighting games of its kind (if not THE last) for any video game system, arcade or home.
Summary: First, I would like to let you know, that you should NOT compare this game to other Capcom games. This game is a budget game, made on a very tight budget. That means no redrawn sprites, and less detailed rendering. Despite that, this game is great. It is about 20% graphics and sound, and 80 % gameplay. Since I should make this review short, let me begin. The gameplay here is awesome.
A short list of fighters, but 1 brand new, + 4 new to US!
23 November 2004
Summary: Okay, here is the gimmick. Capcom takes 4 characters from each of five previously released games and throws them together, old school moves, power bars and all. The result is an amazingly engaging 2-D'er from the respective kings of 2-D fighting games. There are 8 new backgrounds (1 unlockable), and 23 fighters (2 unlockable bosses and an all new character). My complaint, is that this is a very bare bones game.
Summary: É um jogo bem diferente dos demais jogos de luta! Tem uma ótima jogabilidade! O interessante do jogo é que ele se parece como um Mugen, possui 5 quartetos e 1 challenger de jogos bem opostos! Vale a pena conferir!