Excerpt: I’ll be the first to admit that I tend to not like fighting game all that much, so maybe I don’t appreciate them enough simply because I have a natural aversion to them. However, I am somewhat of a closet comic book superhero fan girl, so I’ve always been a little partial to the Capcom fighters that...
Pros: + Err...pretty...colors?
Cons: - Broken game play, poor sound, and that damn cactus thing.
Excerpt: Capcom is known for releasing their games all over the place, and sometimes we give them a hard time for it. Other times, like right now while we're playing Marvel vs. Capcom 2 on the PS2 and Xbox, we're very happy that they keep their titles alive.
Pros: ups: 56 fighters; great graphics; fast, exciting and fun.
Cons: downs: Character balance is questionable; you'll neglect all of your other games for weeks at a time.
Excerpt: There's no doubting that it was Capcom's X-Men vs. Street Fighter that really set off the trend of tag-teaming in fighting games. It all initially started out with a secret character cameo in X-Men: Children of the Atom, as Akuma --a Street Fighter character-- was playable in an X-Men game.
Conclusion: Au final, ce Marvel VS Capcom 2 est un excellent jeu que tout fan du genre doit se procurer. Les autres peuvent aussi s’y intéresser car il est plus accessible que la plupart des autres jeux de baston 2D sur PS2. Techniquement, c’est ce qui se fait de mieux à l’heure actuelle.