Conclusion: MVC2 fairs well with its Capcom counterparts and offers a great game worth owning. It features many reasons to play over and over with the vast array of character combinations, as well as the Secret Factor shop. To me, and I’m sure most of you will agree, it is the replay value that makes a fighter truly great. Playing MVC2 has never been a let down to me, and I am still unlocking all the goodies it offers.
Excerpt: Originally released for the DreamCast and arcades, Marvel VS Capcom 2 finally made its way to Sony's newest machine. It offers the same type of lightning-fast gameplay, the same characters found in the other versions, and the rich 3D backgrounds.
Pros: Lots of replay value, Huge character roster, Dual Shock controller works great with this game, Huge cast of well-balance characters, Lots of replay value, Fast-paced action
Cons: Sound effects sometimes are iffy, No Xbox Live support, Nothing new
Excerpt: Lets face it, one thing the Xbox Live Arcade isn’t short of is fighting games. So releasing yet another one seems odd, especially when original games like Shatter, from New Zealand Company Sidhe, are apparently turned down by Microsoft. But giving that Marvel vs. Capcom 2 is touted as one of the best, lets see how it fares in the cut and thrust genre of 2D Beat’em Ups.
Excerpt: "Marvel Vs. Capcom 2 on keskinkertaista mätkintää tarjoava peli, jossa Capcomin ja Marvelin sankarit ottavat mittaa toisistaan. Edes pelin suhteellisen hauskasta kaksinpelimahdollisuudestaan huolimatta vanhentunutta ulkoasua ja ylilyötyjä erikoisliikkeitä ei hevin sulata.
Pros: + Kaksinpelinä hauskaa, + Paljon hahmoja
Cons: - Erikoisliikkeet on vedetty hieman överiksi, - Vanhahtava grafiikka, - Musiikki ärsyttää