X-Men v.s. Street Fighter
Several months after announcing that X-Men Vs. Street Fighter would be coming home to the Saturn, Capcom finally unveiled a playable version of the game (at TGS in September). The game, which will come bundled with a special 4 Megabyte RAM cartridge, is nearly finished and looks spectacular. The animation is smooth and fast, and there's hardly any load times during play (thank the RAM cart for that).
In case you've never played XMVSF, it's basically an upgraded X-Men: CotA with both X-Men and Street Fighter characters and a new system where each player picks two fighters and can freely switch between the two during play (they each have their own life bars). Gameplay, like in X-Men, is fast and furious, and super moves are greatly exaggerated (moreso than in Marvel Super Heroes), making for some cool visual effects.
Unfortunately, unlike Marvel Super Heroes, which doesn't require the older 2 Megabyte RAM cart to play (it's a nice option, but not necessary), XMVSF requires the new 4 Meg cart, which means it's unlikely that the game will be released anywhere outside of )apan (bundling it in would mean raising the price to about $75--something Capcom U.S.A. is probably not too excited about). Still, Capcom says the game will reach the U.S., so we'll just have to wait and see if they can keep the price down or release it without the cart.
MANUFACTURER - Capcom
THEME - Fighting
NUMBER OF PLAYERS - 1 or 2
Processor: PC compatible, P-200
OS: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game Features:Single game mode Multiplayer (Hotseat)