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For detailed information about this series, see: Capcom Fighting Evolution on Wikipedia

Capcom Fighting is a crossover fighting video game series by Capcom.

Video Games

  • Capcom Fighting All-Stars: Code Holders. Arcade. The intended first entry in the series before its cancellation. It was a 3D fighting game in the vein of Rival Schools.
  • Capcom Fighting Evolution (October 2004). Arcade. Later released on PlayStation 2 and Xbox. A "salvaged" version of the above released in its place, a traditional 2D sprite-based fighting game. Known as Capcom Fighting Jam in Japan and Europe

Links to other series

Direction Series Date Description Type


4Arrow L Marvel vs. Capcom2002 2002Strider Hiryu's moveset from Capcom Fighting All-Stars featured moves from his Marvel vs. Capcom appearances.53


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Street Fighter200410 October 2004Twelve Street Fighter characters are selectable in Capcom Fighting Evolution; Ingrid is selectable in Street Fighter Alpha 3 MAX and the three original characters from Capcom Fighting All-Stars have been included in the online Street Fighter V character encyclopedia.1


4Arrow L Final Fight200410 October 2004Guy from Final Fight is selectable in Capcom Fighting Evolution and Haggar, Jessica and Carlos Miyamoto make a cameo appearance in Alex's ending.1


4Arrow L Darkstalkers200410 October 2004Anakaris, Demitri, Felicia and Jedah from Darkstalkers are selectable in Capcom Fighting Evolution.1


4Arrow L Red Earth200410 October 2004Leo, Kenji, Hauzer and Hydron from Red Earth are selectable in Capcom Fighting Evolution.1


4Arrow L Rival Schools200410 October 2004Characters from Rival Schools make cameo appearances in Capcom Fighting Evolution.1


4Arrow L Star Gladiator200410 October 2004June Lin Milliam and Ellie from Star Gladiator make cameos in Felicia's ending in Capcom Fighting Evolution.1


4Arrow L Strider200410 October 2004Tong Pooh from Strider makes a cameo in Felicia's ending in Capcom Fighting Evolution.1


4Arrow L Power Stone200410 October 2004Ayame and Rouge from Power Stone make cameos in Felicia's ending in Capcom Fighting Evolution.1


4Arrow L Battle Circuit200410 October 2004Yellow Iris from Battle Circuit makes a cameo in Felicia's ending in Capcom Fighting Evolution.1


4Arrow L Devil May Cry200410 October 2004Dante from Devil May Cry makes a cameo appearance in Jedah's ending from Capcom Fighting Evolution.1


4Arrow L Vulgus200410 October 2004The Yashichi enemy from Vulgus appears in Hydron's ending from Capcom Fighting Evolution.1


4Arrow L Forgotten Worlds200410 October 2004A statue of the War God from Forgotten Worlds makes a cameo in Guy's ending in Capcom Fighting Evolution.2


4Arrow L JoJo's Bizarre Adventure200410 October 2004Rose's "Midnight Bliss" form in Capcom Fighting Evolution is masked Lisa Lisa on a Gondola from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure part 2, while her secret "Midnight Bliss" form is Enya Geil from part 3.3


4Arrow L Gotcha Force200410 October 2004Guy's secret "Midnight Bliss" form in Capcom Fighting Evolution is Shadow Girl from Gotcha Force.3


4Arrow L Pocket Fighter200410 October 2004Chun-li's secret "Midnight Bliss" form in Capcom Fighting Evolution is one of her sprites from Pocket Fighter.3


4Arrow L Ace o Nerae!200410 October 2004Karin's "Midnight Bliss" form in Capcom Fighting Evolution is based on Reika Ryuzaki from Ace o Nerae!.3


5Arrow R Tatsunoko vs. Capcom200812 December 2008Ingrid from Capcom Fighting All-Stars was considered to be a playable character in Tatsunoko vs. Capcom.51


5Arrow R Otoranger20140124 January 24, 2014D.D., Rook and Ingrid from Capcom Fighting All-Stars are featured in Otoranger.1


5Arrow R Project X Zone20151112 November 12, 2015There are references to Capcom Fighting Evolution in Project X Zone 2.3