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SNK vs. Capcom: SVC Chaos promotional art.

The SNK vs. Capcom (or alternately Capcom vs. SNK) series is a collection of fighting games by either Capcom or SNK featuring characters that appear in games created by both of these two companies. 

The games in this series either contain SNK vs. Capcom or Capcom vs. SNK, the first company name (in these cases) denoting the company behind the game's development. Games in this series appear for various platforms, including the Sega NAOMI (arcade), Neo*Geo (arcade and home system), PlayStation, PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube, Nintendo DS, Xbox, Neo Geo Pocket Color, and Dreamcast.

HistoryEdit

The supposed origin behind this series was an issue of the Arcadia magazine in which there were articles covering both The King of Fighters '98 and Street Fighter Alpha 3, both of which were released at around the same time. Readers had misread the cover, which said KOF vs. SF, suggesting that there was a fighting game that would pit characters from the Street Fighter and The King of Fighters series. Because of this uproar, Capcom and SNK supposedly signed a deal that would allow them to produce only two fighting games concerning both franchises in 1999 (the Card Fighters series were not fighting games and therefore were exempt from the rule).

It is possible that SNK vs. Capcom: SVC Chaos was made in order to fulfill the contract obligations[citation needed] that SNK made prior to the company filing bankruptcy and their eventual closing in 2000. If one company was the main developer of one game, the distributing company would gain the profits and not the company that licensed the characters for use. SNK gave the rights to use their characters to Capcom for the first Capcom vs. SNK game although SNK didn't profit from it.

There were interviews which SNK stated that it would be possible to renew their contract with Capcom to make new SNK vs. Capcom games[1] but in an another interview, both companies stated that they would not do any further collaboration with each other, SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters DS may possibly be the last crossover game between both companies.[2] However, in an interview from January 2009, Street Fighter producer Yoshinori Ono expressed interest in a possible third game if fans demand it.[3]

While obviously not a SNK vs. Capcom game, Bandai Namco's Tekken 7: Fated Retribution marks the first time in ten years (after Card Fighter DS' release) SNK and Capcom's characters clashes, in this case; Akuma and Geese Howard who both appeared as playable guest fighters in the 3D fighting game.

GamesEdit

SNK-producedEdit

Capcom-producedEdit

CharactersEdit

SNK CharactersEdit

The King of Fighters charactersEdit

Character appears in
The Match of the Millennium Millennium Fight 2000 Mark of the Millennium 2001 SVC Chaos
Benimaru Nikaido No Yes Yes No
Chang Koehan No No Yes No
Choi Bounge No No part of Chang's moveset Yes
Goenitz No No No Yes
Iori Yagami Yes Yes Yes Yes
Kyo Kusanagi Yes Yes Yes Yes
Leona Heidern Yes No No No
Mature No part of Vice's moveset part ofVice's moveset No
Orochi Iori Yes Yes Yes Yes
Rugal Bernstein No Yes Yes No
Vice No Yes Yes No

Fatal Fury charactersEdit

Character appears in
The Match of the Millennium Millennium Fight 2000 Mark of the Millennium 2001 SVC Chaos
Billy Kane Yes (DC LINK) No No No
Geese Howard Yes Yes Yes Yes
Joe Higashi No Yes Yes No
Kim Kaphwan No Yes Yes Yes
Mai Shiranui Yes Yes Yes Yes
Terry Bogard Yes Yes Yes Yes
Raiden No Yes Yes No
Rock Howard No No Yes No
Ryuji Yamazaki No Yes Yes No

Art of Fighting charactersEdit

Character appears in
The Match of the Millennium Millennium Fight 2000 Mark of the Millennium 2001 SVC Chaos
Kasumi Todoh No No No Yes
King No Yes Yes No
Mr. Karate No No No Yes
Ryo Sakazaki Yes Yes Yes Yes
Ryuhaku Todoh No No Yes No
Yuri Sakazaki Yes Yes Yes No

Samurai Shodown charactersEdit

Character appears in
The Match of the Millennium Millennium Fight 2000 Mark of the Millennium 2001 SVC Chaos
Earthquake No No No Yes
Gandara No No No During Shiki’s transformation by lose to Firebrand
Genjuro Kibagami No No No Yes
Half-Shaded Shiki No No No During Shiki’s transformation by Demitri's Midnight Bliss
Haohmaru Yes No Yes No
Jubei Yagyu Olympic Mode No No No
Kuroko Olympic Mode No No No
Nakoruru Yes Yes Yes No
Rimururu Olympic Mode No No No
Shiki No No No Yes

The Last Blade charactersEdit

Character appears in
The Match of the Millennium Millennium Fight 2000 Mark of the Millennium 2001 SVC Chaos
Akari Ichijou Yes No No No
Hibiki Takane No No Yes No

Metal Slug charactersEdit

Character appears in
The Match of the Millennium Millennium Fight 2000 Mark of the Millennium 2001 SVC Chaos
Fiolina Germi Olympic Mode No No No
Mars People Olympic Mode No No Yes
Marco Rossi Olympic Mode No No No

Other SNK charactersEdit

Character appears in
The Match of the Millennium Millennium Fight 2000 Mark of the Millennium 2001 SVC Chaos
Athena AsamiyaPsycho Soldier Yes Yes Yes No
AthenaAthena No No No Yes
Miss XSNK Gals' Fighters No No No During Wild Iori’s transformation by Demitri's Midnight Bliss

Capcom CharactersEdit

Street Fighter charactersEdit

Character appears in
The Match of the Millennium Millennium Fight 2000 Mark of the Millennium 2001 SVC Chaos
Akuma (Gouki) Yes Yes Yes Yes
Balrog No Yes Yes Yes
Blanka No Yes Yes Yes
Cammy No Yes Yes No
Chun-Li Yes Yes Yes Yes
Dan Yes Yes Yes Yes
Dhalsim No Yes Yes Yes
Eagle No No Yes No
Evil Ryu Yes Yes Yes No
E. Honda No Yes Yes No
Guile Yes Yes Yes Yes
Karin Olympic Mode No No No
Ken Yes Yes Yes Yes
M. Bison Yes Yes Yes Yes
Ryu Yes Yes Yes Yes
Sagat Olympic Mode Yes Yes Yes
Sakura Yes Yes Yes No
Shin Akuma No No Yes Yes
Vega Yes (DC LINK) Yes Yes Yes
Yang No No part of Yun's moveset No
Yun No No Yes No
Zangief Yes Yes Yes No

Final Fight charactersEdit

Character appears in
The Match of the Millennium Millennium Fight 2000 Mark of the Millennium 2001 SVC Chaos
Hugo No No No Yes
Maki No No Yes No
Poison No No No part of Hugo's moveset
Rolento No No Yes No

Darkstalkers charactersEdit

Character appears in
The Match of the Millennium Millennium Fight 2000 Mark of the Millennium 2001 SVC Chaos
Baby Bonnie Hood (Bulleta) Yes No No No
Demitri Maximoff No No No Yes
Felicia Yes No No No
Morrigan Aensland Yes Yes Yes No

Ghosts 'n Goblins charactersEdit

Character appears in
The Match of the Millennium Millennium Fight 2000 Mark of the Millennium 2001 SVC Chaos
Arthur Olympic Mode No No No
Firebrand Olympic Mode No No Yes

Other Capcom charactersEdit

Character appears in
The Match of the Millennium Millennium Fight 2000 Mark of the Millennium 2001 SVC Chaos
Kyosuke KagamiRival Schools series) No No Yes No
TessaRed Earth No No No Yes
ZeroMega Man Zero series) No No No Yes

Original CharactersEdit

Character appears in
The Match of the Millennium Millennium Fight 2000 Mark of the Millennium 2001 SVC Chaos
Serious Mr. Karate No No No Yes
Ultimate Rugal (God Rugal) No No Yes No
Violent Ken No No No Yes

References Edit

  1. http://www.cyberfanatix.com/index.php?m=single&id=606
  2. http://www.cyberfanatix.com/index.php?m=single&id=635
  3. http://www.gamercenteronline.net/2009/01/17/capcom-vs-snk-3-is-very-not-impossible

External Links Edit

SNK vs. Capcom series
Capcom-produced Capcom vs. SNK: Millennium Fight 2000 · Capcom vs. SNK 2: Mark of the Millennium 2001 (EO)
SNK-produced SNK vs. Capcom: The Match of the Millennium · SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters Clash · SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters 2 Expand Edition · SNK vs. Capcom: SVC Chaos · SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters DS

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