The Capcom fighting greats in one of the last of its kind.
C.W. Fitch, Amazon
1 April 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.
A short list of fighters, but 1 brand new, + 4 new to US!
1 April 2006
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.
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: 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.
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.