Summary: Marvel Vs Capcom 3 was a really good game but it need some more extras, graphics and audio are great crisp and clean. I like how there was new additions to the fighters list, and how the character interact with certain characters. I wasn't really impressed with the game and however i enjoyed it. However i was hoping for more special features to unlock and more unlock-able characters. I just was hoping for more characters and large variety of stages.
Summary: I'm not a MvC fan, but in general I play everything that is a fighting game since 1991 with SFII, you name it, i've played it, SS, KoF, AoF, FF, SSF2T, GGXX, KI, MK, Tekken, SC... so I know what i'm talking about. Maybe I'm wrong, but I feel there is a lack of depth in this game, stages are mediocre, music completely forgettable, and the character roster, could have been a lot better (m.o.d.o.k delete that character please, and dormammu ...
Summary: I bought the special edition and the packaging is very cool. The game is fun, but there are some drawbacks. The booklet is cool for about a minute. The offline playing is wayyyy too short. You can beat it on arcade in ten minutes without it being a challenge. As far as playing online. Why can't you watch the other players battle while your waiting in the lobby? It's boring to just sit there and watch their licenses bounce up and down and wait.
Summary: The button layout needs to go back to MVC2 style...not Tatsunoku vs Capcom. I have a tournament stick and this is just a pointless game if I cant use the stick. They need to give an update for more button customization. X-23 and Deadpool are welcomed additions. The DLC for Shuma and Jill V is not included until March..WTF?
Summary: Ok, I'm going to review the gameplay mechanics and the whole gamer experience. The first thing that needs to be discussed is the ridiculous control scheme. It is pathetic. I mean I had trouble connecting my combos since the buttons with the movement of the joystick or even the control pads produce many variables from punches to kicks. It takes a lot of learning curve to master the game controls. This is a button smasher which makes it a "first time" user friendly.
good game for a good value, considering it was almost impossible to find
David Muñoz "xmellykat", Amazon
26 November 2008
Summary: this edition is great, due to the steelbook, and also due to the packaging itself. Unfortunately the DLC were expired and I couldn't redeem them, but still is a great edition to have. The game is great and these days, after having seen games like Playstation all-stars and others like that, it's very symilar. but it was the original of all these kind of crossovers...
A fun game, particularly in two player mode, but not without its flaws
9 March 2012
Excerpt: 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?
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.