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SVC Chaos: SNK vs. Capcom (2003)


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Masahiro Nonaka ... Kyô Kusanagi (voice) (as Nonaka Masahiro)
... Ryu (voice) (as Morikawa Toshiyuki)
Kunihiko Yasui ... Iori Yagami / Bosou Iori (voice) (as Yasui Kunihiko)
Monster Maetsuka ... Choi Bounge / Ken / Violent Ken (voice)
Masaki Usui ... Ryo Sakazaki / Earthquake (voice) (as Usui Masaki)
Mari Jitsukawa ... Chun-Li (voice) (as Jitukawa Mari)
Satoshi Hashimoto ... Terry Bogard / Kim Kaphwan (voice) (as Hashimoto Satoshi)
Takenosuke Nishikawa ... Guile (voice) (as Nishikawa Takenosuke)
Akoya Sogi ... Mai Shiranui (voice) (as Sogi Akoya)
Eiji Yano ... Dhalsim (voice) (as Yano Eiji)
Masae Yumi ... Kasumi Todo / Poison (voice) (as Yumi Masae)
Eiji Tsuda ... Mr. Karate / Honki Ni Natta Mr. Karate (voice) (as Tsuda Eiji)
Sounosuke Nagashiro ... Balrog (M. Bison in Japan) (voice) (as Nagashiro Sounosuke)
Kiyotomi Narikinya ... Vega (Balrog in Japan) / Red Arremer (voice) (as Narikinya Kiyotomi)
Kong Kuwata ... Genjûrô Kibagami / Geese Howard (voice)


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To crush, or to be crushed... there can only be one way. Not a match. Struggle!!









Release Date:

20 July 2003 (Japan)  »

Also Known As:

SNK vs. Capcom: SVC Chaos  »

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A missed opportunity.
22 November 2005 | by See all my reviews

Capcoms fighting games may have always had the upper hand over SNK in terms of popularity and user friendliness, but when it game to presentation, SNK were always superior.

The graphics they used for their games were always so much more detailed better looking than capcoms cartoonish sprites.

So the fact that SNK vs capcom (a beat em up where characters from the two companies games battle each other)would be presented in SNKs style of graphics and animation is a good thing indeed! However thats perhaps the only good thing in this game.

The amount of characters you get to fight with is pretty minuscule compared to the tons of fighters playable in capcom vs snk 2. And the selection of characters themselves isn't really the line up i was hoping for.Also the music is awful and the backdrops are uninspired.

Great looking, but undeniably a missed opportunity .

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