Summary: Marvel vs. Capcom 3 does exactly what it says on the tin. It takes characters from the Marvel comics and the computer games of Capcom and pitches them in a three way tag-team bout of fighting. It's a simple concept, but an appealing one that allows the settling of playground arguments everywhere. Who would win in a fight between Hulk and Spiderman?
Pros: Superb comic book style graphics and fantastic over-the-top sound
Cons: Seriously short one-player mode; mis-matched characters; can descend into button mashing
Summary: As like with everyone else I was really excited about this game but it turn out to be the worse MVC game out there. The movie cut scenes however are awesome and the audio is great with great tracks and one liner. Sadly the game play don't keep up with this. Its fun playing the computer but as you know fighting games are mainly made for versing. The verse games tend to be way to annoying.
Summary: I waited patiently for this game, when i got it thought yeah here goes, and then was utterly dissapointed.... The intro makes you think there is a game game to be played, a bit more than just kicking the crap outta folk, but after you have done just that to about 5 or 6 teams, you face the end boss bloke, and its beat him, save the Earth, loose and the Earth is destroyed.
Two great companies clash again. But is it for the best?
23 March 2011
Excerpt: "...a brand new installment of Marvel vs Capcom is released! Although it may sound like I'm commending it, which I am it also does have a lot of problems. The game has very little when it comes to the story other than you are basically fighting against two major villains who have fused the worlds together in worlds together in order to create world domination later resulting in your team of fighters going against them and Galactus who is from Marvel ...
Pros: Great multiplayer, good range of characters (maybe not enough), fun in general
Cons: Not for the faint hearted, can be beaten easily, game is slightly broken
Gonna take you for a ride... just not a very exciting one.
John Clayton III, amazon.co.uk
3 March 2011
Summary: Ten years since the last game and we finally get a sequel to the inexplicably well loved Marvel vs Capcom 2, but in all honesty, did we need it? I personally wasn't quite as enamored with MvC2 as others due to it's near game breaking balancing issues(Remember Cable? The cheapest character ever to appear in a Capcom fighter) and overly chaotic, unintuitive structure.
Summary: Overall judgment: I'm not crazy about this franchise, but for example I really enjoyed Tatsunoko vs Capcom for Wii (which is a looot of fun). This third chapter of Marvel vs Capcom looks really good, but there is no much to play, few unlockables and no side-games. Online gaming might keep it alive for a couple of weeks more. Graphics: Looks great, no much to say about that. Sound: Personally, I found the music absolutely annoying, voices are cool though.
A fun but broken game with strange character choices!
26 February 2011
Excerpt: "...the latest installment in the Marvel vs. Capcom franchise! Guaranteed to get both comic book and video game fans alike to get their game on and say who is better! Storylinewise, there is none. You do fight some major villains of the series and get some cutscenes (comic book style) at the end of the game. The graphics are very beautiful and there truly is a comic book style feel to the game. Multiple playthroughs of the game allow you to unlock ...
Summary: This game is excellent but i have a few things that let the game down Pro's 1: graphics are excellent 2: games play is excellent Con's 1: where is KEN - i always fight with him and now i cant 2: three players - was expecting it to be like the arcade where you select 2 and are able to switch players