There have been many great crossover games that have been released since the mid-90’s that are considered to be memorable to many people. Along with the Marvel vs. Capcom series the Capcom vs SNK series is considered to be among the best in terms of crossover games that have been released throughout for over the past fifteen years. When the Capcom vs SNK series had begun in 2000 many people were blown away by the concept of having multiple characters from both the Street Fighter and King of Fighters series in one game. A crossover between Street Fighter and the King of Fighters was something that fans of both series had dreamed about since the early 90’s before it had actually happened. When Capcom vs SNK 2 was released in 2001 it probably had the largest and most diverse roster that anyone would see in any crossover fighting game. The in game mechanics for Capcom vs SNK 2 was great along with the fact that players were allowed to select up to three characters prior to team battles.
Also, while selecting characters players had the ability to assign different grooves to them including C,A, P,S,N and K. The groove system was one of the many things about Capcom vs SNK 2 that stood out the most along with the various gameplay options that were included in the Sega Dreamcast version of the game. However, if there Capcom had decided to make a sequel for Capcom vs SNK 2 many people would be curious about certain things including what game consoles would it be available on. Also, in terms of the game itself should a potential sequel to Capcom vs SNK 2 still include the groove system or should they develop something completely different? The roster for Capcom vs SNK 2 was impressive and many people would probably love to see many of those same characters in a potential Capcom vs SNK 3 game if it ever happens.