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Capcom Fighting All-Stars is a 2.5D fighting game developed by Zeta Labs and Capcom and published by Capcom. It serves as a celebration towards Capcom's many franchises. It is being developed on the same engine as Street Fighter V and it features character and stage representation of pretty much every Capcom franchise from 1942 to Rival Schools and etc.
It is set to be released on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Wii U and PC. The title comes from a cancelled Capcom crossover that would be later remade into Capcom Fighting Evolution.
Capcom Fighting All-Stars is a 2D fighter, which can be best sumarized as a blend of Capcom fighting games. The controls can be played in a Simple or Advanced gameplay style, the first makes special moves inputs easier to new players while Advanced is pretty much the usual Street Fighter six-button gameplay style. During the battle, "Power Stones" (from the game of the same name) can randomly appear in the arena, which can serve as an upgrade to the player, making them more powerful and faster for a short time (in the case for the characters originated from Power Stone, they get their Power Drive instead, but it works pretty much the same). The game also has a Counter mechanic, that is only used for the Advanced gameplay style, because it requires the player inputting an attack command at the same time the opponent's attack hits, this feature is included so that infinites (combo chains that can easily defeat an opponent) don't occour in tournament play, making the game more balanced to play. Simple gameplay style has a feature to prevent the same thing, making the player immune to the opponent's attack in case an infinite is detected and allowing the player to input an attack to stop the chain. Players can also attack from a defense stance as well cancel their attack animation and go into a block to defend an attack (both gameplay mechanics from Rival Schools).
Like in Cyberbots: Fullmetal Madness, each part of the character's body can be damaged to a point that can make that part unusable (such as the arms), which make their defense weaker and makes them unable to use certain attacks. To heal, it is required that the hurt player rests for a while or utilize a full bar from their Super Meter to heal instantly.
Matches can be played in either 1v1, 2v2 or 3v3. In 2v2 and 3v3 fights, a gameplay mechanic is introduced known as "Vigor" (named after a mechanic from Rival Schools), which can be resulted by doing a team attack, a team superattack or a team defense succesfully. Doing so, it will increase the current character's and the partner's attack slightly. Vigor can be depleted by simply taking damage from the opponent.
As for game modes, the game is separted into Quest Mode and Versus Mode (similar to Red Earth). In Quest Mode, the players can go through their characters stories and level them up as well unlock alternate skills (something similar to the Costume Attacks in Super Smash Bros.) for their characters. Versus Mode is your standard battle mode, separted into match types (as seen above). Matches can award players coins which can unlock alternate costumes and new stages.
|Ryu||Street Fighter I||The world warrior, Ryu travels around the world in order to find new challenges and improve himself not only as a fighter but as a person. Ryu's abilities comes from his mentor Gouken, which taught him his most famous techniques and his fighting style, Shotokan. He is the most balanced character in the cast and he has a returning ability from X-Men vs. Street Fighter, in which he can change modes, each mode representing a Shotoclone from his series. allowing him to use Ken's, Sean's and even Akuma's abilities in battle. He can also turn into the devious Evil Ryu in matches.
|Chun-Li||Street Fighter II||An interpol agent, Chun-Li swore revenge towards M. Bison, leader of Shadaloo and murderer of her father and to do so, Chun-Li joined the World Warrior tournament, to have a chance to fight against the man himself. Her fighting style is based upon chinese martial arts and her most famous techinque is the Lightning Kick, although she is able to perform the Hadoken. Her moveset is based upon her latest appearances in the Street Fighter series, as well her Shadow Lady appearance in Marvel vs. Capcom.
|Q||Street Fighter III||No one knows a thing about Q. He traveled around the world and was the suspect of the cause of many disasters. Is he human, is he a robot? No one knows. One of the strongest world warriors, even stronger than the dangerous Akuma. His fightning style involves the use of pure brute force and he is incredibly slow, although with an amazing defense, allowing him to not even flinch towards the strongest moves and high stamina.
|Juri Han||Street Fighter IV||A nasty member of S.I.N., Juri Han seeks the thrill of the battle, but not like Ryu, she enjoys inflicting pain in others instead of Ryu's thrill to battle to seek meaning. She is vengeful and ruthless, who likes making suggestive remarks to her opponents. She uses Tae Kwon Do, which focuses on combat on her legs, most of her moveset involves kicks, although her use of Tae Kwon Do is more sadistic, she is a character that generally focuses on fast attacks to attack the opponent off-guard.
|250x250px||Charlie||Street Fighter Alpha||A war veteran who fought alongside Guile, Charlie (also known as Nash) was thought to be dead after a special mission in Thailand that got both him and Guile captured but only Guile escaped. He returned years later to participate in the Street Fighter tournament and to once and for all end M. Bison's operations. Charlie has the same abilities as Guile, such as Guile's trademarks "Sonic Boom" and "Flash Kick", although he is the one that taught Guile those abilities, and as such his abilities are much stronger. He is also a very powerful character but without a good defense.
|Skullomania||Street Fighter EX||Once an ordinary salesman who had to find a way to get better sales or else be fired, Saburo Nishikoyama decided one day to dress as a skeleton superhero. One day, he decided to leave his job as a salesman to become the superhero, Skullomania. But he is not really a fighter as much as he is a comedian, he is not really strong but his orthodox battle style can confuse opponents making them lower their defense open to Skullomania to strike. He is a really weird character in terms of gameplay and attacks.
|Mike Haggar||Final Fight||Once a wrestler, Major Mike Haggar isn't the kind of politician that stays with his ass on the chair. No, when Mike's city needs him, he is going full in to defeat crime himself. Mike Haggar is a retired pro wrestler, but he hasn't forgotten the good old days, as his fighting style is pretty much based upon pro wrestling moves. He can take pretty much anything that he finds an turn into a improvised weapon, such as iron pipes and even barrels. He is a monster on the ground but his air play is not good at all, which is his major disadvantage.
|Maki||Final Fight 2||A ninja who was taught the same way Guy was trained. She used to be a deliquent and leader of a biker gang in the past but all of that changed after her father and sister were captured by the Mad Gear who went on a worldwide plan to take over the world. Since then, she joined the cast of heroes of the Final Fight series. She focuses on speed and is one of the fastest characters in the game. She utilizes a tonfa, which is used for both offensive and defensive purposes. Like many speed characters, she is not very powerful but she has great defensive capabilities.
|Lucia||Final Fight 3||An old friend of Cody, Lucia is a detective of Metro City who participated in the events of Final Fight 3 being the new helper of the crew and alongside Guy, Mike and Dean. Lucia, like Maki, is a speed character but to make up for it, she has a different gameplay mechanic that involves charging her attacks. While charging takes a while to do, it can do some pretty powerful moves that can shock the opponent. She can also perform a Super Move without requiring a super bar, but if it connects, it takes away a bit of her own health.
|Ray "Justice" Turner||Armored Warriors||An alien military bureaucrat who was sent to Earth as a Ambassador of Eternal Peace between Earth and the Raian Kingdom. But alas, he had to return to his homeplanet alongside a special human force known as the Bloody Armor to save the citizens against the wrath of former Raian army captain Azreal. He pilots the SVA-6L REPTOS, a Strategic Variant Armor that is pretty light and made for easy manuvering. Justice battles as himself, although he can summon REPTOS for some of his attacks. Like his machine, he is pretty light and fast, making him easy to do combos with but not a powerful character.
|Jin Saotome||Cyberbots||Jin Saotome was the son of a great mecha pilot Ken Saotome that died in what was thought to be an accident one year before the events of the VA Battle Circuit. In order to honor his father, Jin became the best VA pilot and piloted what was considered the best mecha, the BX-02 BLOODIA. As a fighter, Jin is a mix of a fast and powerful character, as his moves are quite deadly and are pretty strong. He can summon the BLOODIA for his attacks, which are predictable attacks but pretty strong capable to KOing an opponent very fast. He lacks defense capabilities besides his own block, which is one of the weakest blocks in the game.
|Biff Slamkovich||Saturday Night Slam Masters||Son of a senior Russian bureaucrat, Biff was trained to wrestle ever since he was a kid. He practiced many different martial arts, such as sambo, karate, etc. and won many CWA championships. He was trained in Mike Haggar's gym and he is not one to show off, as he carefully thinks his attacks and the outcomes on his head before performing it. Biff is the jack of all trades, a character without any significant advantage or disadvante. His fighting style is based off many martial arts and he has one of the highest blocks in the game, as well one of the best defensive skills in the games, as he is one of the few characters with special movies dedicated to defensive purposes.
|Black Widow||Ring of Destruction: Slam Masters 2||A mysterious wrestler from Germany, Black Widow sports a very muscular and lean body but is Black Widow a he or a she? Widow has a very androgynous voice which confused many players at the time about Widow's gender. It was revealed at the end of Widow's Story Mode that she was a female, who faked to be a male in order to register in the CWA. Black Widow focuses on melee attacks of a long distance, as well focusing on strong and fast attacks. She has a special attack skill known as the Franksteiner, which allows her to basically shock the opponent as if they were struck by lightning. When she is on low health, her costume turns silver. Like Biff, she has no major advantages or disadvantes to speak of.|
|Batsu Ichimonji||Rival Schools||Batsu in a few words: Foul-mouthed, belligerent and impulsive. A transfer student of Taiyo High who moved on there to find his long lost mother. He is pretty rough and often misunderstood because of that. Batsu is a fighter that is better for 2v2 and 3v3 battles, as most of his attacks are better as team attacks. Batsu has two game battle modes, Normal Batsu and Burning Batsu. To achieve Burning Batsu, the player has to perform a perfect combo on the opponent, which triggers him into the Burning Batsu mode after the combo ends. In Burning Batsu mode, he has a bigger moveset and recieves an attack and speed boost but this mode is temporary, which ends after a while. Normal Batsu has a limited moveset and is a somewhat powerful move, while Burning Batsu is pretty much a better version of him.
|Kurow Kirishima||Project Justice||TBA|
|Jill Valentine||Resident Evil||TBA|
|Leon S. Kennedy||Resident Evil 2||TBA|
|Nemesis||Resident Evil 3||TBA|
|Jack Krauser||Resident Evil 4||TBA|
|Josh Stone||Resident Evil 5||TBA|
|Barry Burton||Resident Evil Gaiden||TBA|
|Steve Burnside||Resident Evil: Code Veronica||TBA|
|Julia Whitepearl||Power Stone 2||TBA|
|Arthur||Ghosts 'n' Goblins||TBA|
|Maximo||Maximo: Ghosts to Glory||TBA|
|Captain Commando||Captain Commando||TBA|
|Hsien-Ko||Night Warriors: Darkstalkers' Revenge||TBA|
|Baby Bonnie Hood||Darkstalkers 3||TBA|
|Aaron||Beat Down: Fists of Vengance||TBA|
|Nathan Spencer||Bionic Commando||TBA|
|Sõki||Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams||TBA|
|William Grey||Dark Void||TBA|
|Ryu Bateson||Breath of Fire||TBA|
|Nina||Breath of Fire II||TBA|
|Rei||Breath of Fire III||TBA|
|Ershin||Breath of Fire IV||TBA|
|Shiba Shintaro||Three Wonders/Cannon Spike||TBA|
|Simone||Alien vs. Predator/Cannon Spike||TBA|
|Frank West||Dead Rising||TBA|
|Chuck Greene||Dead Rising 2||TBA|
|Nick Ramos||Dead Rising 3||TBA|
|Kou Shishido||Gotcha Force||TBA|
|Mega Man||Mega Man||TBA|
|X||Mega Man X||TBA|
|Volnutt||Mega Man Legends||TBA|
|MegaMan.EXE||Mega Man Battle Network||TBA|
|Geo Stellar||Mega Man Star Force||TBA|
|Zero||Mega Man Zero||TBA|
|Vent/Aile||Mega Man ZX||TBA|
|Viewtiful Joe||Viewtiful Joe||TBA|
|Dante||Devil May Cry||TBA|
|250x250px||Vergil||Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening||TBA|
|Saki||Capcom Adventure Quiz||TBA|
|Allosaurus||Dino Crisis 2||TBA|
|Phoenix Wright||Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney||TBA|
|Yellow Iris||Battle Circuit||TBA|
|250x250px||Mask de Smith||Killer7||TBA|
|Ruby Heart||Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes||TBA|
|Zack & Wiki||Zack & Wiki||TBA|
|Unknown Soldier||Forgotten Worlds||TBA|
|G. Kaiser||Tech Romancer||TBA|
|Pure & Fur||Capcom Adventure Quiz||TBA|
|Brave One||Magic Sword||TBA|
|Michelle Heart||Legendary Wings||TBA|
|Black Tiger||Black Tiger||TBA|
|Retsu's Dojo||Street Fighter||TBA|
|Suzaku Castle||Street Fighter II||TBA|
|Seafood Restaurant||Street Fighter III||TBA|
|Drive-In At Night||Street Fighter IV|
|Metro City Detention Center||Street Fighter Alpha|
|Dr. Wily||Mega Man||TBA|
|Sigma||Mega Man X||TBA|
|Cyber Akuma||Marvel vs. Capcom||TBA|
Virtual Console Support
On The V² version of the console, if the player has downloaded certain Virtual Console titles, they get exclusive content, such as new alts and new music, depending on the game purchased.
- Pocket Fighter
- Marvel vs. Capcom 2
- Dino Crisis
- Dino Crisis 2
|Nanme||Difficulty||How to Get It|
|It's A Game About Punching People||Very Easy||Hit your opponent.|
|Dragon Kick Your Ass Into the Milky Way!|
|Normal||Defeat an opponent by launching them upwards.|
|Boston Rolls Over New York 104-59||Normal||Win a match with a big amount of health.|
|Hitting With The Silicy||Normal||Defeat an opponent with a kick.|
|It's Rude to Cut Someone Off||Normal||Interrupt an opponent's special move.|
|Denied||Normal||Interrupt an opponent's assist.|
|Is Sanity the Price to Pay for Power?||Hard||Play 1,000 matches|
|Fill This Dark Fight With Light||Hard||Recover health by blocking the opponent's attack at the last possible moment.|
|This Party Is Getting Crazy!||Hard||Perform a combo with 50 hits or more.|
|Superior Tech||Hard||Interrupt an enemy combo and then input one of your own and defeat the opponent.|
|Curleh Mustache||Hard||Break the opponent's guard and then launch them upwards, performing an air combo and defeating him in the process.|
|Welcome to USA||Very Hard||Perform a combo that takes away 90% of the opponents health.|
|The Effin' Fist of the North Star||Very Hard||Perform a combo with 50 hits or more, only utilizing fists and defeating the enemy in the process.|
|It's Almost Shakesperian||Very Hard||On very low health, defeat your opponent without taking damage in a short time.|
|Never Over Until It's Over||Very Hard||With the lowest health possible and with the last character and against a team with full health, win the match.|
- Originally, there was supposed to be a character representation for Street Fighter V and Resident Evil 6. V's character representation removal was due the game not being released yet and 6's character representation removal was due poor reception from fans of the game, and so the developers instead put Barry Burton representing Gaiden.
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