Excerpt: There's never enough fighting games, especially on the Nintendo Wii and thankfully our friends at Capcom have created an extremely sturdy fighter that pits two legendary universes against each other in Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars . Broken down, Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars is your traditional Capcom fighter that may not offer the world of fighters anything awe-inspiring, however at its core, it's a pure fighter that is brimming with a jaw...
Conclusion: It’s playable and probably fun with a group of friends but in this day and age you need to do a bit more than this. Also what irks me about these games is how transient the line-ups are. Would it really be impossible for capcom to just include all of their characters? Especially when the meat of the game (punching people in the head) is so shallow.
Excerpt: Of all the Capcom vs. games that could have seen a physical release on the Wii, this would have been at the bottom of my list. I mean, how many people in the Wii’s target demographic have ever heard of Tatsunoko? I would have though Marvel vs. Capcom 3 would have been a better bet, but that’s neither here nor there.
Excerpt: Brand-new for Nintendo Wii: Tatsunoko Vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars! There are only a handful of fighting games available for the Wii system and that’s what makes this so exciting. Check out our review of all the action waiting for you in this game!
Conclusion: Even with this significant problem, however, Tatsunoko remains a must-buy for fighting fans. Its balance, variety, accessibility, and depth are unmatched on the Wii, and it gives even fighters on other consoles a run for their money.
Excerpt: As far as 2D fighting games go, there are few better than the fast-paced, action-packed Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes. But it's old. Ten years old, in fact. With unnerving regularity, the internet collectively wonders: "Dude, where's my Marvel vs. Capcom 3?" The answer is that it is a game that may never see the light of day; understandable, really, when you consider the licensing issues that would no doubt challenge such a release.
Summary: Parents need to know that this is a fighting game featuring stars from Capcom's series of games and Tatsunoko anime. Players choose between 26 characters to engage in a series of 2-on-2 brawls. Not only will players use their fists and feet, but weapons such as baseball bats and golf clubs. Also, some of the female fighters dress in little clothing. The game is playable online, a feature Common Sense Media does not recommend to children under the age of 12.