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Video Game: Capcom vs. SNK: Millennium Fight 2000
Capcom vs. SNK: Millennium Fight 2000 is the second entry in the SNK vs. Capcom series, part as well of the Capcom vs. Whatever series. It was developed by Capcom and released in 2000 for arcades, PlayStation and the Sega Dreamcast.

This game is notorious for containing almost only Street Fighter and The King of Fighters characters:

Capcom side:

SNK side:

The gameplay features the use of the Ratio, which gives all the characters a specific rating from 1 to 4, thus determining the amount of places in the team (whose ratio shouldn't be more of 4 as of the combined team) said character would occupy. The game also contains two grooves: SNK's The King of Fighters '94-'98 groove, and Capcom's Street Fighter Alpha one.

An Updated Re-release of this game would follow, called Capcom vs. SNK Pro would contain all these characters unlocked from the start, plus the inclusion of Dan Hibiki and Joe Higashi.

The game shows examples of:


SNK vs. CapcomSega DreamcastCapcom vs. SNK 2: Mark Of The Millennium
Bubble BobblePlay StationCaptain Commando
Cannon SpikeArcade GameCapcom vs. SNK 2: Mark Of The Millennium
SNK vs. Capcom: Match of the MillenniumFighting GameCapcom vs. SNK 2: Mark Of The Millennium
SNK vs. CapcomUsefulNotes/The Sixth Generation of Console Video GamesCapcom vs. SNK 2: Mark Of The Millennium
SNK vs. CapcomCreator/CapcomCapcom vs. SNK 2: Mark Of The Millennium
SNK vs. Capcom: Match of the MillenniumVideoGame/Capcom vs. WhateverCapcom vs. SNK 2: Mark Of The Millennium

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