You can't play the extra characters... are you freaking kidding me
11 September 2014
Summary: Oh my God. Save your money and if you don't already have it, get the original Marvel Vs. Capcom and Marvel Vs. Capcom 2, since you don't have to BUY MORE CHARACTERS THAT ARE ACTUALLY ALREADY PROGRAMMED INTO THE GAME. (I obviously didn't know this, until I bought the game for my brother and we found out the bad news together) . The only good news is that I learned who Deadpool was from this. Funny guy.
Summary: Not a bad game but I hate Capcom for all the buy online content for this game. The gameplay is excellent but my main complaint is the buying of the online content like customs and characters. I hate when companies try to nickel and dime its customers to make more of a profit. Not good Capcom!!!!!!!!
Summary: I don't like the fact that I can't versus who I want. It has to be in practice but what's the point of that? The computer's combos can be ridiculous sometimes. I'm not a hardcore gamer, I just like to play when I have free time. It's entertaining but won't be something I play a lot.
Summary: I got this because I am a big Marvel Universe & Capcom fan. Merging of comic book characters & Capcom/Street Fighter characters sounded awesome to me. Only thing is all of the movement on the screen creates confusion during gameplay. I remember this game when we used to go to arcades, corner store, pizza shops (I'm a former NYC resident) to play video games. the game play on disc is unfamiliar to me.
Summary: Not really the "ultimate" version as I thought it would be when I waited to purchase it. Turns out there's still plenty of DLC to be purchased, even if you held off buying the original MVC3 in hopes that this Ultimate version would contain everything. Capcom says "Ha ha! Sorry!" to those hopes. Alternate costumes for every character, even two more characters to add to the roster!
Summary: As a stand alone product, it's great. You're getting tons of characters, new modes, new DLC to come, new moves, new stages, all crafted by true masters in the industry on this genre. But as a fighting game fan I own the original MvC3, so basiclly, the Ultimate Marvel vs CAPCOM Experience costed me almost 100 dollars.