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SNK vs. Capcom: SVC Chaos is a 2003 arcade fighting game developed by SNK.
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SNK vs. Capcom SVC Chaos Intro

Intro

It was released for the Playstation 2 on December 25, 2003, and for Xbox on October 7, 2004. Promotional art was handled by Nona, Falcoon and Shinkiro. Nona did the main illustrations for the characters.

Characters Edit

SVCShinkiro

Art by Shinkiro.

SVCArt

Promotional art.

Capcom Edit

Playable Fighters
Akuma
Balrog
Chun-Li
Dan
Demitri
Dhalsim
Red Arremer (Secret Boss)
Guile
Hugo
Ken Masters
M. Bison
Ryu
Sagat
Shin Akuma - (Boss)
Tessa
Vega
Violent Ken- (Sub Boss)
Zero
Cameo Appearances
Astaroth
Ciel
Damnd
Juli
Juni
Mega Man X
Poison
Sodom

SNK Edit

Playable Fighters
Athena - (Secret Boss)
Choi Bounge
Earthquake
Geese Howard
Genjuro Kibagami
Goenitz
Honki ni Natta Mr. Karate - (Boss)
Iori Yagami
Kasumi Todoh
Kim Kaphwan
Kyo Kusanagi
Mai Shiranui
Mars People
Mr. Karate
Ryo Sakazaki
Shiki
Terry Bogard
Wild Iori - (Sub Boss)
Cameo Appearances
Andy Bogard
Bao
Billy Kane
Chizuru Kagura
Chang Koehan
Eri Kasamoto
Fiolina Germi
Heavy D!
Hokutomaru
Joe Higashi
Lee Pai Long
Lucky Glauber
Marco Rossi
May Lee
Robert Garcia
Ryuhaku Todoh
Tarma Roving
Yuri Sakazaki

Gameplay Edit

SNK vs. Capcom: SVC Chaos primarily utilizes the command system of The King of Fighters series, incorporating light/strong kicks, punches, cancels, and charging attacks. Unlike its predecessor, Capcom vs. SNK 2, SVC Chaos features no air guards and lacks a "groove system", instead focusing on quicker gameplay. Characters are provided with a basic 3-bar system for executing super-special attacks on varying levels, with basic filling options attributed to strikes and damage. Additionally, the sprites from the various series received new models and some special effects were changed in command lists.

Trivia Edit

  • An eight-volume graphic novel series of translated Chinese manhua was published in the U.S. by DrMaster Publications Inc., originally created by Happy Comics Ltd.

Box Art Edit

Merchandise and Advertisement Edit

External Links Edit

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