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SVC Chaos: SNK vs. Capcom Review
11 March 2010
Conclusion: SVC Chaos is one of those games that you’ll either love or hate. There’s not a lot of room for a middle ground here. Some players, particularly the hardcore fans, may find the stripped down feel and presentation a cheap reflection of the franchise while others may find the more streamlined gameplay easier to jump into.
Summary: Taking the legendary companies' brawling
series to another new cross-over, the release of SNK Vs. Capcom: SVC Chaos
remakes the series with a distinctive SNK feel. The game's mixture of
characters, brilliant 2D design and deep moves lists, with new combo attacks and
a fantastic Exceed move, adds to the strategy and depth. SNK vs.
Excerpt: If you’ve been into fighting games for a while, then you’ll probably recognize a ton of familiar faces in SVC Chaos. And with that nostalgia kick you have just about the only thing recommendable about the game.
Excerpt: SNK brings us some 2D online goodness with SNK vs. Capcom: SVC Chaos. Even still, the redundancy of the title, sluggish controls and even more sluggish online play are opponents this little fighter just can't KO. It ain't great; it ain't bad. It's thoroughly mediocre. Check the review for Matt's complete writeup.
Excerpt: The good news is that SNK is back in action, and if they play their cards right, they won't be going away again anytime soon. The bad news is that SVC Chaos , the fourth game in the series of crossovers between Japan's two leading 2D fighting franchises, isn't all that great. It's not that bad, but it's not all that great.
Excerpt: 2D fighting games are dead, right? At least that was the general consensus a few years ago, before Capcom, SNK and Sammy unleashed a veritable flood of sprite-based beat-em-ups on the market. Obviously, that was a premature assessment, because 2D brawlers are not only not dead, but happily flourishing alongside their more ìadvancedî 3D cousins. Enter SNKís take on the whole Capcom vs. SNK issue — the aptly titled, SNK vs.
Excerpt: An incredible Who's Who of fighting game superstars is largely squandered on SVC Chaos for the Xbox, which is an Xbox Live-enabled port of a NeoGeo fighting game. Much like the Capcom-developed Capcom vs. SNK games, SVC Chaos combines tons of different characters from each publisher's respective decades-old fighting game franchises, and lets them (and you) have at it in traditional one-on-one martial arts matches.