Summary: Got this game for my nephews...it is really fun and flashy, but some things could have used improvement. The online is just atrocious, they should have improved it greatly before releasing this game. There are a lot of characters which is nice. Besides Jill/Shuma (which aren't that great IMO), the DLC is pretty crappy. I wish the arcade mode would be longer. Sometimes the game seems kind of hectic, but this is to be expected with MvC.
Summary: the game is FUN and easy to play. it could have been a great game with a little tweeking. cons 1.the on-line mode has serious issues with uneven matching of fighters! i got tossed into a fight with someone who had more than 40 consecutive wins and my win loss ration is 15W/20L. go figure he mopped the floor with me. 2.the roster of characters is limited IMO. 36 fighters is nice but older VS. games have more! why? 3. 100% combos. really..... WTF capcom?
Summary: Thi is a game with lots of fun... The problem is the endings and some characters could have been included but besides that is a great game... Other problem they did not fix is whe you win a match with some characters, the voice sound is like delayed compared with their moves (deadpool) and Haggar opens his mouth like screaming, but no sound when you win a match with him, and when you taunt, guess what!!?? There is a scream!! WTF!!!
Summary: The rigid addictive overblown 3 player action from MvC2 is replicated for a new era with MUCH easier controls -not even using the new "SIMPLE" scheme-. The mechanics of the game specifically an even easier to use special moves and combos set combined with hyper power make for an eye splitting screen filling joy in 720pHD. The character models, animations and voice work are some of the best ever seen in a 2D/3D fighter.
Summary: Despite being a Special Edition, the game doesn't come with much extra content. A tiny comic book with some art work? Waste of space. Tossed it away after securing the code for the DLC characters that will come out next month. The special case is nice though. This is a fun game to play and the action is fast paced. With so much going on this game can be overwhelming for people not used to the fighting genre. Probably helps if you have a touch of ADHD.
Summary: People will give their major let down reviews comparison to the legendary MvC2, but not everyone is the same. I see this game as a totally different creature from its predecessor. I picked this game up in hope that it'll bring back the excitement and thrill that I once had when I first tried MvC2 with my friends; this game is AWESOME and then the drop then the awesome kicks back in!
Summary: This is a very fun game. If you're a fan of Marvel VS Capcom or even Tatsunoko vs. Capcom, then this is a game you'll want to play. I had MvC 2 for PS2 and it got scratched and didn't work anymore. So I even bought the DLC on the PSN network and played that online. Games are a blast to play with friends or even just battle random people online. If you're expecting a great story or a bunch of game modes, then you'll be disappointed.
Summary: First off let me start by saying this game is really good. Regardless of what the people who gripe about it say this game has a lot of potential. Let me give a brief summary for those with little time and then I will go into detail. Pros: Great Graphics Some really good characters some dope combos to be made tagging in and out of combos mid-air Super moves are great Cons: Even though there are some good characters there are some really stupid ones regular movement is too...
Summary: MvC3 is a extremely fun game. It does what its supposed to do as a capcom vs series game, but I can't really say that this game is perfect. There are some minor flaws in the game such as lack of replay modes and record/replay option in the training mode. However, considering the nature of this game attracting more casual players than the usual fighting games, I guess lack of these things are somewhat tolerable. In terms of gameplay itself, the game seems perfectly fine.