SNK vs Capcom Card Fighters was a decent game at least soemthing you might want to try. There was a few things that I had problems with though one was the person model type. and the people you encounter except bosses are the same model with different colored hair or clothes. They could have put a little effort into it. The other problem I had was how hard it was to earn money aswell as complete some of the goals like find this card to advance. That's like a needle in a haystack.
Once you get past all the collecting and cheesy dialogue is a pretty ok game. the battle scenes are not fancy but it is something to keep you interested. I would rate the game 7/10 WAY better than the first one ~Benglaas
I'm torn with how to react to this game: at its core is a fairly competent if simplified card game with a certain degree of challenge and customization. It doesn't take long to pick up, but a while to actually master, and too much rests on who wins the opening die roll sometimes. On top of that, sometimes you simply go up against opponents who feel too difficult to actually beat. All of this aside, the actual card game is fairly enjoyable.
Which is why its frustrating that it is presented so poorly. Beyond just the now infamous game-breaking glitch, the awful translations, repetative sprites and simply boring storyline, the whole thing just smacks of laziness. This no-frills approach has become SNK's trademark as of late, and its very discouraging that a game that has such a good core is packaged so horribly. In a sense, I really wish that this game would come out as an actual card game rather than me having the struggle with the second-string digital package that SNK provides here. Still, good for a few hours until the structure drives you absolutely mental.