Excerpt: Though Capcom was on call with Street Fighter for the launch of the 3DS, this time it’s all about Marvel as Sony’s latest handheld disembarks on store shelves. Of all the terms accumulating on Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3’s ever expanding list of descriptors, ‘portable’ is the one sure to give many fighting game fans pause. Does this miniaturized version of last year’s celebrated slugfest deliver on the hype?
Conclusion: Get ready for 10 more years of nonsense and trickery. Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 truly showcases the Vita's power, packing every last mode and feature from the PS3 version into the palm of your hand. No rookie or veteran fight fan should miss it.
Conclusion: Concept: Give Capcom’s crossover fighter a shot in the arm with a dozen new combatants
Graphics: Crisp and frantic, just like the original. The heavily shaded models still impress
Sound: The music is largely forgettable, but the fighters’ quips earn the occasional chuckle
Playability: Playing with an arcade stick is the true way to experience this game.
Excerpt: Capcom knows a good thing when it sees it, and cross license games are a big thing for them. One of their most notable cross license franchise is Marvel vs. Capcom, and it is one that has seen a few releases on home consoles. Well, it seems that Capcom hasn’t forgotten fighting fans who love gaming on the go, as the PS Vita has been blessed with a portable version of the latest release in the series. Ultimate Marvel vs.