Summary: Pros: - Fast paced - Flashy super moves - 3 characters per team - Up to 6 characters on the screen at a time - Combo system allows for many consecutive hits - Tons of levels and characters to unlock - Great cast of characters - Single player mode will keep you entertained for hours, day, weeks, and possibly even months. - Two player mode will keep you entertained for years!
Summary: don't buy this game, wait a few months PS3 & Xbox 360 Owners and you can get it on playstation network (store) and xbox live for $15 this summer. yes people marvel vs capcom 2 is coming to PS3 & Xbox 360 with updated visuals. i had the original game and sold it, my mistake. this is a great game. very fun to play but not worth the outrageous prices the sellers are asking for.
Summary: Let me start of like this the gameplay is awesome, characters from the marvel & capcom universe battling one another great plot I love the 3 on 3 battles you can switch your characters during combat I mostly use Ryu, Gambit & Cable. Well The music is kinda corny, The graphics are not that great it kinda looks like a cut and paste thing if you know what I mean but in the end the game is a classic because you can battle your buddy's and play for hours the prices are not...
Summary: I was luckly enough to find this at a local game store, and I have no complaints. It was pricey, but even the Dreamcast version is getting up there. I used to have the DC version and when I put this in my PS 2 I thought there would be some huge drop in quality based on the reviews. Bottom line, I didn't see it. The game looked fine to me. This is one of my all-time favorite games and I enjoyed it for hours immediately after I brought it home.
Summary: A great game for a fan of any of the capcom or marvel characters. But the only downsides: Graphics some what pixely, not bad I gueese. And the ending is same for each character, but why blame capcom? It would pretty dang had to make endings for each and every character. So those problems dont really matter much. Froget all your worries about the price and bad reviews, the game is worth it.
Summary: The game on the Dreamcast was pristine. By comparison to the arcade version, it was almost 100% identical. The PS2 version, doesn't do it justice in the least. There's laggy inputs, sound problems, sprite problems, hit detection problems, random freezing, and several other aspects that make this version virtually impossible to play in a competitive environment. It can still be used as a learning tool for the arcade and Dreamcast versions.
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?