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.
ITS ALRIGHT, THOUGH I LIKE THE CAPCOM VS SNK SERIES WAY BETTER
G-FRESH , GameStop
27 June 2008
Summary: I may get alot of hate for not loving this game as much as about 95% of other people who play it but what can i say? Reviews are just someones personal opinion, and this is my review/opinion. What i think is good: Marvel vs Capcom 2 has an incredible 58 characters to choose from (though a HUGE majority of them most be unlocked). Characters range from Ryu, Spider-man, Ken, Captain America, M.Bison, Wolverine, Guile, Doctor Doom, etc.
Summary: You have got to be kidding, $500.00 for a video game? I have heard of price gouging but this is ridiculous, this is a fun game but to not be able to find it for under $75.00 is unheard of and that's for a used one with scratches on it.How are kids supposed to be able to afford something like this, heck I cant afford it! It's really too bad this happens so often and since most of these wont sell (hopefully) then what are these sellers going to do?
Summary: Marvel Vs. Capcom 2 is a great fighting game that gamers got obsessive with it over the last few years. The home console version is great nonetheless,but after a while it gets extremely repetitive and find it too easy. And stupidly enough Capcom produced few copies of the game,making it extremely hard to find(A NIP cost around $70). This is strongely recommended for the fanboys(girls). It is not worth paying more than $60 for this.
It'll keep you entertained for hours and hours.....
Jeffery Cox, Amazon
20 November 2004
Summary: but you might hate the fact that all the fighters are practically the same in moves. That makes the game easier to learn I guess. The combo system is hard for me to get down, though I'm not much of a hardcore fighting game enthusiast. I loved the huge selection of fighters, 56 I think, from all the Capcom and Marvel Comics universe. From Jill Valentine with her zombie army, to the powerful Sentinal, the invincible Juggernaut, and many more.
Summary: The characters of Marvel and Capcom collide into an all out three on three battle. Marvel vs. Capcom 2 is better than the first one hands down. If anyone tells you different label their brain isn't working. I've heard people say this game was too easy well, that's why you can adjust the difficulty level, hmmm that took some brain power. But anyways all of the fighters have moves which compliment them and seem fitting for that fighter.
Summary: I got this game about 2 weeks ago and I soooo love this game.(I liked Virtua Fighter 4, but that only held me for a week, or so, Tekken 4 was a tad short and I am still waiting for Soul Calibur 2) The 56 total character is insane!(I have 46 as of this review)You start out with 24 characters and you can unlock soooo many things. 32 characters, 7 new levels, artwork, and different colored costumes, so you will get hooked for weeks.
Summary: I just got it for christmas. I did play this for Dreamcast before. There is nothing wrong with this game, but it just doesn't feel right. The game is already 2 years old. Would feel better if it were a more recent game. THis should have been one of the first games availible for Ps2. But anyway, the game is great. I like how you can do a special and trade off to another characters special. One flaw in this game is the music. Its way to sly and jazzy.
Summary: This game has everything you could want in a Capcom Vs. game. You start out with a roster of 26 characters, then you buy the rest in gallery mode with the points you earned from playing the game for 56 total! The best thing in the game is the comboability. Every character in the game can pull of some of the most notorious combos and Hyper Combos ever known to a CAPCOM game.
Great PS2 game, but not as good as the Dreamcast version.
19 August 2003
Summary: This is one of the best 2D fighters out there. Lots of characters and good replay value with it's secret factor mode that lets you uncover hidden characters with value points earned during gaming. But again, it's disapointing to find out that this game is a bit short of what it was in the Dreamcast format. Yes, I did own that version as well. I noticed that the sound quality got worse. You can hardly understand what the game announcer is saying half the time.