Capcom Fighting Jam

Capcom Fighting Jam (Japanese: カプコン ファイティング ジャム?), released in North America as Capcom Fighting Evolution, is a 2004 head-to-head fighting game from Capcom. It was originally released as a coin-operated arcade game for the Atomiswave hardware and ported to the PlayStation 2 and Xbox. The game features characters from three different incarnations of the Street Fighter series, as well as characters from the Darkstalkers series and the CPS III arcade game Red Earth, with each character employing the fighting system from the game which they represent.

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Capcom Fighting Jam - Reception
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Red Earth (video Game) - Legacy
... of the characters from Red Earth have appeared in other fighting games Tessa appeared as playable in SNK vs ... Capcom SVC Chaos and Super Gem Fighter, plus a cameo in Leo's ending in Capcom Fighting Jam ... Strange's ending in Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 ...

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