SNK vs. Capcom Card Fighters DS

SNK vs. Capcom Card Fighters DS

Compatible with Nintendo DS™ (NDS™)
Works on all systems sold worldwide.
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  • All-New Card Fighters game for the Nintendo DS
  • Use strategic card arrangements to win
  • More than 300 different cards to use, collect, and trade
  • Know your character and their special abilities and combine them for added value and strength


SNK brings its card battling series to a new generation of gamers. SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters Clash is the first new game in the series since 2000. Players build decks of characters pulled from the annals of SNK and Capcom gaming history for the ultimate strategic battle.

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Original Name  SNK VS CAPCOMカードファイターズDS
Official Release Date Dec 14, 2006
Genre Turn-based
Version  Japan
  CERO A (Free)
PAX-Code PAX0001289569
Catalog No.  NTR-P-AVSJ
Item Code  4964808700028


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PuNiao (365) on 29, Mar. 2007 19:59 (HKT)
SNK vs. Capcom Card Fighters DS
Ryu bolts forwards in a bold uppercut, his legendary dragon-punch greeting in mid-air. A dangerous R.E.D. flipkick from Kyo Kusanagi. Both contenders knock each other out. The dust quietly settles on an empty ring before - from out of nowhere - Megaman X, Dante and Phoenix Wright emerge. Shortly afterwards, Geese Howard, Ash Crimson and Mars People (aliens from Metal Slug 2) arrive to antagonise. Bot teams eyeball each other. Then, without warning, cheerleaders Tiffany (Capcom\'s Rival Schools) ans Carol (SNK\'s Savage Reign) sashay in mid dance around Mr Wright, raising his BP. No, not blood pressure, but Battle Points - the parameter on Phoenix\'s character card that shows the amount of damage his silly objections would dish out.

Owing to clever interpretations of SNK and Capcom\'s diverse assets, Cardfighters DS may seem full of strategies. Five hours in and countless cards later, it becomes apparent that the game is full of, well, to put i politely, unmentionable goo. Stuff such as its 400-plus card line-up, 95 per cent of which was put to waster the amount I stumbled upon the deadliest deck recipe possible: a bunch of cheap heavy-hitters that I threw together rather hastily.

The best bit about the game: Computer-controlled adversaries in story mode. The gameplay is broken. The story may be juvenile. But the card illustrations remain delectable. Question is, are you hardcore enough to pay money for an interactive art book?
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maceito (1) on 12, Feb. 2007 23:19 (HKT)
Snk vs capcom
Ah really nice game, preety funny and doesn\'t require a lot of japanese skills to go through it!!

pretty good if you are fan of snk or capcom, or both!!
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brownykid (4) on 02, Feb. 2007 13:23 (HKT)
This would have been better if it was like the marvel vs. capcom series. not cards.
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