Capcom Fighting Jam (known as Capcom Fighting Evolution in America) is a 2D fighting game that saw an arcade release in 2004. It was ported to the Playstation 2 and Xbox in 2005, with the latter version having online play. The game is a internal cross-over, with characters from Darkstalkers, Red Earth and three different versions of Street Fighter all making an appearance. The main draw for Final Fight fans is the fact that Guy is in the game, lumped with the Street Fighter Alpha characters (Rose, Sakura and Karin). Guy has all of his moves from Street Fighter Alpha 2 and can also use the custom combos featured in the V-ISM setting from Street Fighter Alpha 3. You can unlock his music from Street Fighter Alpha 2 by beating the game with him.
Some Final Fight characters also make cameo appearances in two of the game's appallingly animated backgrounds. One stage features Cody (in his prisoner outfit) along with Hugo and some graffiti of Sodom on a wall. Another stage has Maki make an appearance. She's stood in front of a tram.
Upon release, Capcom Fighting Jam bombed and was widely criticized for having poor graphics and animation (especially in the backgrounds), weak music, a small character roster and unbalanced gameplay. It reached bargain buckets pretty quickly if you want to check it out, but I'll go with the crowd on this one -don't bother.