Summary: Let me start out by saying I had this game on the original Xbox and loved it. SNK makes awesome fighters, especially the KOF series. I sold my Xbox and all the games a few years ago when I went off to college. A few months ago I picked up a 360 Elite and decided to get my fighters' collection going again. Backwards compatibility was one of the selling points, and the Xbox website has this game as listed 360 compatible. Silly me to just confide in that alone.
Summary: I just want to inform anyone else who is wondering. Only 2002 works for the 360. 2003 doesn't work, but for some reason the xbox website says they both work. I love this game, even though I can only play 2002. The only gripe I have with KOF 2002 is the graphics. And it's probably because of the 360's backwards compatibility, but on the 360 when you play the game, you can clearly see grid lines on pretty much every character.
One Great "Retro" Fighting Game! Nice Annimation & sound.
L. Hill "AMSTERDAMNED!", Amazon
3 November 2008
Summary: I am a fan of "retro" fighting games, and I found this 2 disc edition to be especially fun. We all know that 2-d games are never as challenging as the current 3-d standards of today. But a games "fun" factor and ease of play are also important! For me, playing King of Fighters 2002/2003 was easy vs. the computer, but I quickly found winning against my friends to be more of a challenge! Game-play and character movement is fast, precise, and relatively easy.
Summary: Looks like I'll be the first to review this item. This game actually includes two games. One KoF 2002 and KoF 2003. 2002 is good, a little hard here and there but nothing serious. It has a large selection of characters, even ones from the first Art of Fighting. Ryo and Robert. The best one in my opinion is KoF 2003, because it actually has a storyline! :0 KoF hasn't had a storyline since 98' I believe.
Summary: Well I've been playing the King of Fighters series ever since the 96 installment and although having it's ups and downs in the series I can definitely say this installment into the series doesn't fail to deliver. The first thing that hit me was that this King of Fighters game actually has a decent number of game modes in comparison to the previous games and also has a colour edit mode (exactly the same as you may have seen in CvS2), you have your basic training mode and...