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Video Game: Capcom Fighting Evolution
Capcom Fighting Evolution (a.k.a. Capcom Fighting Jam in Japan and Europe), released in 2004, is a Massively Multiplayer Crossover between some of Capcom's popular fighting game series, including Street Fighter II, Street Fighter III, Street Fighter Alpha and Darkstalkers. Of special note is that this game represents the second chance North American players have had to play as characters from the arcade-only Red Earth (Tessa the Witch was playable in Super Gem Fighter).

Evolution is a standard one-on-one fighting game with a semi-tag function allowing players to change their current character after a round, with four characters each from their respective games, along with newcomer Ingrid (who was to appear in a 3D fighting game called Capcom Fighting All-Stars, which was eventually cancelled) and Final Boss Pyron from Darkstalkers. All characters fight using the rules from the games they came from - the Street Fighter II characters use the single Super Move meter from Super Street Fighter II, the Darkstalkers characters have the stacking Super Move meters, etc. Like most Capcom crossover games, there is no overarching storyline (although each character does have their own ending cutscene) - fight several opponents, then the final boss, and then watch the end credits.

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