For the Capcom-produced fighting game, see Capcom vs. SNK: Millennium Fight 2000. Capcom or alternately Capcom vs. SNK series is a collection of by either or featuring characters that appear in games created by both of these two companies. As a rule, games in this series either contain SNK vs. Capcom or Capcom vs. SNK, the first company denoting the company behind the game's development. Games in this series appear for various platforms, including the , arcade , , , , , , , , and. Readers had misread the cover, which said KOF vs. SF, to mean that there was a fighting game that would pit characters from and. It is highly suggested that SNK vs. Capcom: SVC Chaos was only made in order to fulfill the contract obligations that SNK made prior to the company filing and their eventual closing in. Also, if one company was the main creator of one game, the distributing company would gain the profits and not the company that licensed the characters for use although SNK gave the rights to use the SNK characters to Capcom for the first Capcom vs. SNK game, SNK didn't profit from the game, which didn't help their financial problems. There were interviews with SNK that it would be possible to renew their contract with Capcom to make new SNK vs. Capcom games, but in another interview, both companies stated that they would not do any further collaboration with each other. Capcom: Card Fighters DS will probably be the last crossover game between both companies. However, in an interview from January 2009, Yoshinori Ono, the producer of , expressed interest in a possible 3rd game if fans demand it. SNK: Millennium Fight 2000 - Released for 's arcade hardware in and ported to the during the same year, the original Capcom vs. SNK Pro, released for the arcades and Dreamcast in Japan and ported to the PlayStation in 2001, which adds and to the character roster they originally appeared only in the ending sequence of the original game. The game also discards the shop option to earn extra characters and colors, having all of them available by default. SNK 2: Millionaire Fighting 2001 in Japan. Released for the NAOMI hardware in and ported to the Dreamcast in Japan only and during the same year. Capcom: The Match of the Millennium A portable fighting game developed by and released for the. The game features three different playing rules to choose from Single Battle, Tag Match, and Team Battle. Capcom: Card Fighters Clash - Also released for the Neo Geo Pocket Color, a collectable card game featuring trading card based on SNK's and Capcom's properties. Two versions were produced; the SNK Supporter's Version and the Capcom Supporter's Version. Capcom: Card Fighters 2 Expand Edition - The sequel to Card Fighters Clash, released the Neo Geo Pocket Color in Japan and Asia only. Includes cards based on Capcom vs. Capcom: SVC Chaos - Released for the arcade and home platform and ported to the PlayStation 2 and Xbox. A one-on-one fighting game featuring 36 characters. Capcom: Card Fighters DS - A Card Fighters Clash sequel released for the. References : Teen Followed by Series This is the first game in the Capcom vs. For other games in the series see the. SNK is a fighting game that was developed by and released in. It features characters from various and franchises, most notably and. It is the first release by Capcom in the Capcom vs. The creation of this game was seen as an impossible dream come true to many fighting game fans. Long before this game was announced, Capcom and SNK were heated rivals for the quarters of arcade fans. The rivalry began when a one of the designers of Capcom's incredibly popular and successful jumped ship and joined rival company SNK and proceeded to develop fighting games for their system of arcade hardware. The competition between the two companies was a win for arcade fans, and the companies drove each other to out-do one another in terms of innovative fighting game design. As the Street Fighter and Darkstalker series evolved, so too did the Fatal Fury and The King of Fighters series, leading hardcore fighting fans to wonder what it would be like if Ryu could face Kyo, or if Ken could fight against Terry. With this game, players finally learned the answer. Every character has a ratio, based on strength and popularity, and a team's ration can only add up to four. So you could have various combinations of teams. Each player could choose between the Capcom groove, which played very much like series, or the SNK groove, which played very much like series. The first Capcom vs. SNK was released only released outside of the arcades for the. It was followed by a small revision and update, known as. Pro introduce two extra characters, Dan and Joe, and changed a few of the moves of the existing characters. It was not, however, the very first chance that Capcom and SNK characters got to duke it out, as that honor goes to the version of SNK vs. Capcom: Match of the Millennium, which came out one year prior. Of particular note, is the fact that this is one of the few games that allows you to link the to the. If you have a NGPC and the game SNK vs. Capcom: Match of the Millenium, you can connect the two systems and transfer Versus Points back and forth between them which enable you to purchase secret options in CvS, or secret Super Combos in SvC: MotM. Versus Points can be sent in either direction across the two systems.