Capcom vs. SNK 2 Mark of the Millennium

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"Live and let die! FIGHT"
- The announcer

Capcom vs. SNK 2: Mark Of The Millennium is the third installment (fourth, if you count the Updated Rerelease of CvS1) in the SNK vs. Capcom series. As the name suggests, it's developed by Capcom. It was released for arcades, the Sega Dreamcast, PlayStation 2, Game Cube and Xbox.

The game extended the roster to (almost) all the fighting line of both companies, along with the full CvS Pro cast returning:

SNK side[edit | hide]

The two bosses were created for this sole game: God/Ultimate Rugal and a special version of Shin Akuma[1], who were the result of one absorbing the other's power.

This time, the Ratio system was modified to allow the player to give ratios to the characters as they wished, and SIX grooves to choose from, plus a customized system which can be created by the player himself. Again, an Updated Rerelease of this game was available, called Capcom vs. SNK 2: Mark Of The Millennium EO, being EO both Extreme Offence or Easy Operations, depending on the version.


Tropes used in Capcom vs. SNK 2 Mark of the Millennium include:
  1. The shin here is 神 "god" rather than 真 "true"