One of the most underrated handheld card games back in the day is finally making its return to the Nintendo Switch! As part of the NEOGEO Pocket Color Selection series SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters’ Clash was originally released as two games for the NEOGEO Pocket Color in SNK Cardfighter’s Version and the Capcom Cardfighter’s Version respectively. These games were made when fighting game collaborations were all the rage back in the day in both arcades and consoles and this is their portable version where instead of punches and kicks, players duke it out with a custom deck of cards.
This version combines the two card games into one title.
Dive to the nostalgia in the trailer below:
Characters from SNK and Capcom clash in this epic card fighting game!
Introducing! SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters’ Clash, a white-hot card fighting game for NEOGEO Pocket Color (released in 1999), is coming to Nintendo Switch!
Back then, SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters’ Clash was sold as two separate games; the SNK Cardfighter’s Version and the Capcom Cardfighter’s Version. But now, both have been combined into one game! There’s nothing stopping you from collecting all the cards!
- SNK icons like Terry, Nakoruru, and Marco clash against Capcom legends Ryu, Chun-Li, and Mega Man in this insane card fighter!
- There are 300 cards in total, where characters from both SNK and Capcom appear as Character Cards for fighting, and Action Cards for support during battle. Go out there and make the strongest fighting deck in the world!
- You can trade between both the SNK Cardfighter’s Version and the Capcom Cardfighter’s Version. What’s more, you can even use their individual save data to have them battle each other!
- You may switch between the SNK Cardfighter’s Version and Capcom Cardfighter’s Version at any time, but each has their own save data.
- You may switch between the Japanese and English versions at any time, but each has their own save data.
- Trading between Japanese and English versions is not possible.
- The manual included in the game it is from NEOGEO Pocket Color edition. Therefore, some of the controls may vary on Nintendo Switch.