YMMV: SNK vs. Capcom: SVC Chaos

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  • Crowning Moment of Heartwarming: Guile's, Dhalsim's and Ken's endings have them reuniting with their families after all of their fights. (Or in the case of Ken, reuniting with his wife Eliza.) Shiki's ending has her finding and adopting a baby, who may or may not be her kid Mikoto.
  • Evil Is Sexy: Shiki, for a given value of evil.
  • Game Breaker: Zero and Geese. Getting cornered against either of them is very hazardous to your health.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight:
    • Dan Hibiki has his hilarious moments on SVC Chaos, given his origins. Mainly, by getting constantly confused by Robert Garcia. Here's an example:
      Kasumi Todoh What? Robert Garcia! Defend yourself! I'll avenge you, father!
      Dan: No! No! No! I'm Dan Hibiki. Get it right!
      Kasumi Todoh It's useless to feign innocence. Defend yourself!
      • Of course, when he fights against Ryo:
        Ryo: What a waste of time...
        Dan: It's fight time... you Kyokugen wanna-be!
        Ryo: What a waste of time...
      • Or even himself:
        Dan 1: So it's you?! You, that Robert guy!
        Dan 2: You gotta be Robert! For I am Dan Hibiki of the Saikyo Groove!
        Dan 1: I'm the one who's Dan! You whacked-out freak!
        Dan 2: You cheap bastard! I'm gonna pummel you!
      • And finally, by confusing Mr. Karate for his father, which is even more hilarious when you remember all the Mr. Karate gags they used for Dan in Pocket Fighter:
        Dan: ... Are you... father?
        Mr. Karate: What the... ?
        Dan: No, you can't be. My father's dead! You imposter! You dare play with my damaged psyche.
    • Iori's "Get Thee to a Nunnery" line to Chun-Li. Iori may have just called Chun-Li a whore, WITH SHAKESPEARE!
      • Even better, almost ten years later, [[Self Demonstrating/Loki someone else]] would do the same thing in [1].
  • Mexicans Love Speedy Gonzales: Choi Bounge's inclusion can be attribued to his popularity with the Koreans.
  • So Okay, It's Average: The game earned a 3 out of 5 from Metacritic, and a 6.0 from IGN. To be fair, the game's system is pretty bare-bones compared to the other Capcom/SNK crossover fighters with their Groove System, and the graphics go the Real Is Brown route, making the game look pretty dull. It's not a bad game, it just needed something more done for it.
  • Squick: Demitri's Midnight Bliss move turns Hugo into... Poison or Roxy?note 
  • Suspiciously Similar Song
    • The song for the Power Generation Room stage sounds kinda like Foregone Destruction.
    • The train stage theme is a rather odd re-arrangement of Geese's theme.