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Capcom Vs SNK: Millennium Fight 2000

by Capcom
Sega Dreamcast
Teen
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews) 80 / 100


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  • ASIN: B000053VWB
  • Item Weight: 5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,496 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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Two monster corporations at war. One solution. A massive martial arts event, Millennium Fight 2000, is organized to settle the score and eliminate all conflict between the two parties.

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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars What kept ya? November 13, 2000
At long last. One of the most anticipated fighting games of all time has finally arrived on our shores for the Dreamcast! The world's two biggest companies on the fighting circuit pit their baddest brawlers against each other in a no-holds-barred slugfest to see just who's the best. A lot of people have been waiting for this one to come out ever since Capcom and SNK announced late last year that they would be developing a game together, and now it's here in all its 2D glory. So, was it worth the wait? Does it live up to all the hype? Well...mostly. Overall, this is one of the most solid fighting games out there. The control is pure Capcom gold; tight and responsive (a little awkward for SNK veterans, but after a couple of games, it fits just fine). Four attack buttons instead of six means it even feels good on the standard DC controller. The gameplay is a little (okay, a lot) different than your average fighting game. You build a team of fighters using a points system. See, each fighter in the game has a rating of 1, 2, or 3, and you get 4 points to play with, meaning you can have anywhere from two to four fighters on your team! (The strongest characters have a rating of 3, the weakest a 1.) Not only that, you have two different fighting styles (Grooves) to choose from; an "SNK" style (which plays mostly like the King of Fighters series) or a "Capcom" style (which plays more like the Street Fighter Alpha series). Needless to say, strategy is this game's most important aspect, which is rare in a fighting game. The music is pretty much what you'd expect (some techno with guitar mixed in); nothing really memorable, but decent enough. Read more ›
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Compromise is always Imperfect September 14, 2001
I quite enjoy this fighter, but by trying to meld two different fighting styles Capcom has had to make unfortuante compromises. Indeed, this game proves outright that despite outward appearances, the SNK and Capcom fighters are really very different.
High points of the game include the presentation and overall graphics. Whoever said this is no better looking than SF Alpha 3 never played this game. The backgrounds are HIGH-RES and each is introduced with real pride and high production values. And many attacks take advantage of the DC in the high-res light show, the refined pyrotechnics, and more. In addition, most characters have been given increased animation frames and some restylings. Mai of SNK fame looks even better here than in the latest KOF. And for a character that in real life would cause unending traffic accidents from turning heads, that's saying something.
However, there is a notable exception in that a few Capcom characters use recycled sprites. Chun-Li DID not receive the freshening her SNK counterpart Mai did. In fact, coming from the remodeled Street Fighter 3 Chun-Li to this ancient sprite is very rough....whether this was done for cost/time or nostalgia reasons is unknown. A mistake either way.
Gameplay is engaging, but actually a wee bit simplistic, especiialy compared with the Street Fighter 3 series and KOF Evolution. SNK fighters have lost several moves to bring them down to Capcom power levels, though it is great fun sending Ryu into the ground with Terry Bogard, or pounding Rugal with Chun-Li. It is true, however, that this is really Street Fighter versus Fatal Fury. Just look at the cover. The game really could use at least additional characters from SF3 and Last Blade for instance (and yes, one character in CvSNK2 is coming from SF3--only their worst one!).
A very unique and fun fighting game, in sum. But it likely requires a predisposition to SNK characters to appreciate it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Deep, but it can be inaccessable August 24, 2001
... I really like this game in spite of it's drawbacks, hence the four stars. I've held battles against friends that have been as intense as any of the more polished and refined fighters I own (and I own LOTS of fighters) and have had just as much fun. The game itself feels almost like a throwback. The controls are tight, but less so than, say, SFIII, and game feels kind of slow in comparison to other recent fighters. The fights are much more down-to-earth, so to speak, with no super jumps or overpowered super moves to speak of. Even Ryu's Shinku-Hadoken looks like a slightly bigger version of his normal Hadoken, whereas even in Alpha 3 it was a little more menacing than his normal attacks. Fans of the over the top style of previous vs. games like Marvel vs. Capcom will find this game abysmally slow and boring by comparison. As for SNK fans, they fare a bit better in that this game more closely resembles KoF than the more recent Capcom games, though it's not the same feel by a long shot. Also, they get wonderfully good looking redrawn sprites, whereas Capcom just recycled the Alpha sprites AGAIN. Bison, Ryu, Ken and Akuma got redrawn, however, and Akuma in particular looks very, very good. Of course, then we have the hidden characters like Morrigan that look absolutely AWFUL, especially when compared to the new sprites. Pit Morrigan vs. Akuma to really see the difference. If you were to see a screenshot of such a fight, you'd probably assume Morrigan was photoshopped on there from another game, she looks SO out of place. The fighting system itself is badly flawed in some areas(Honda, Yuri, Benimaru, Vice, and Blanka are all far too powerful for level 1 characters) but it's still oddly fun. 4 slots are available, and the player chooses characters depending on how powerful they are. Read more ›
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5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing job Capcom and SNK!
This game is really good. Even though the DC really didn't do so well, this game really makes you wonder why. Read more
Published on May 5, 2005 by Dontay Minter
4.0 out of 5 stars Get Fatal Fury or Project Justice instead
You can not do any 10 hit airial combos because the screen does not pan up when you hit your opponent into the air.
The graphics are very bad. It look like a SNES game. Read more
Published on July 25, 2003 by Tim
5.0 out of 5 stars Capcom's VS. Series continues to DOMINATE!
After four vs. games with Marvel, Capcom continues on with this legacy with SNK. This game is cool since you get to play with fighters from the KOF (King of Fighters) Series and... Read more
Published on January 28, 2003 by "jandaminator"
5.0 out of 5 stars Loads of fun...
This review probably won't get printed as I'm going to let you in on a little secret.
Go to capcoms web-site and buy on-line for twenty dollars or go to ANY other on-line... Read more
Published on November 9, 2001 by J. DEATS
5.0 out of 5 stars A vibrant,thrilling, and excellent fighting game!!!
This is a very unique fighter, for it goes back to the old ways of Super Street Fighter 2. By this, I mean no air blocking, and character sprites similar to the 1993 CPS2 based... Read more
Published on October 28, 2001 by Zach Pisut
5.0 out of 5 stars Sweetness!! Pure and Simple 2-D Fighters are still the best!
Well where to begin. Let's see first there is the awesome sprites. Every single SNK character redone with Street Fighter III quality sprites. Read more
Published on October 28, 2001 by Mikey G
5.0 out of 5 stars Gotta Love It!!
If you liked any King of Fighters or Street Fighter games, then this is the game to play! It has two wonderful grooves to choose from and tons of great legendary Street Fighter... Read more
Published on October 14, 2001 by KamirineGoddess
5.0 out of 5 stars Capcom's best fighting game ever
For years many fighting game fans prayed and begged for the ultimate fighting game, and this is it. Capcom VS SNK is without a doubt a fighting fans dream come true. Read more
Published on October 1, 2001 by N. Durham
5.0 out of 5 stars A dream turned reality...
...Marvel vs Capcom 2 and Capcom vs SNK are without a doubt the best fighters on any system. Capcom vs SNK is a dream turned reality as you get to pit your favorite fighters from... Read more
Published on August 25, 2001 by "nightrida"
2.0 out of 5 stars Capcom Vs. SNK is a great concept, but the gameplay suffers
In theory, combining Capcom's and SNK's characters into one fighting game would be an awesome idea. Both companies are held in high regard when it comes to the fighting genre, but... Read more
Published on July 8, 2001 by "neomurtle"
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