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The original Marvel vs. Capcom was a strong 2D fighter that first dipped it's digital toes into the over the top fireworks show fighting game genre. Although Capcom had cross overs in the past, and in the future, the ability to have a balanced match between Strider and Iron man was a new and engrossing experience. Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes was the perfection of this formula.In regards to gameplay, the controls were tight, which is saying a lot considering the debachle that was the...4 out of 5 found this review helpful.
For real. What can be better than teaming up the best Marvel characters with the best Capcom characters.Its basic.You pick three members from a collection of the Marvel univierse and Capcom universe. Then you battle three other members from the same collection.The more battles you win the more points you earn that you can take into the store and then buy more characters.During battle you can use the characters primal abilities. Such as when battling with Cable, you're able to use his handgun ...3 out of 7 found this review helpful.
While lookin' for some good fighting games for the Dreamcast (more like another awesome fighter from Capcom), I went out for this one, as there was a ton of hype for this game, and unlike with Metroid Prime, this game, did not disappoint! All sorts of high paced action, great combo's you could pull off, and amazing Team Ultimate's (that are surprisingly able to be pulled off pretty easy), and the game was pretty much perfect. When it comes to graphics, they're great 2D graphics, with 3D backgro...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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