Summary: This game is great for partys, I remember playing this game on the sega saturn as a kid, it really brings back memories seeing this and the endless hours played as a kid. when played with friends, this game never gets old.
Summary: I am very disappointed because I wanted to come on here and rate this legendary game a 10/10... but I can only give it a 7/10 for its frustrating controls that takes long periods of time in Training mode to get used to, it was a ride to hell and back trying to unlock everyone and the frame rate is average. Why would Capcom waste such a great opportunity and just do a lazy job on this game!?
Summary: I remember wasting a bucket full of quarters on the MvC 2 arcade machine at the laundromat the game was so much fun and action packed and when I got the game 3 years later for the PS2 it bought so many memories.WAY BETTER THAN MARVEL vs CAPCOM 3.
Summary: MVC2 is a gem. Shore, the graphics might not be the best to todays standards, but ask yourself, do graphics realy mater if the game is amazing. Answer: No. This game has a fight machanic and custimizable fighting opitions that blend together so smoothly that playing this hardcore fighting game feels in no way, shape, or form clunky or stale.
Summary: Odd port. First off, this uses devices from mostly 4th generation and up which is ridiculous. Second off, it run not so great on the Ipod touch 4th Generation as well as THIS IS A PORT OF A 12 YEAR OLD GAME!!! But, it is a pretty terrible one. The controls suck on ALL DEVICES and pulling off those awesome combos is more of a pain in the ass. Second off, NO ONLINE PLAY while a much better game Street Fighter IV Volt has online play and much smoother controls.