Conclusion: Top-to-bottom, Marvel vs. Capcom 2 ’s Achievements are a true challenge. This isn’t surprising, considering that the game is designed to constantly push a fighter’s fast-twitch skills to the limit.
Conclusion: CONTROLS (10/10) - This being a capcom fighter, the motions for moves are very responsive and they even took it a step further by taking out all the double moves (for instance ryu's super fireball is no longer D,DF,F*2 + PP) that are usually included in their other fighters (street fighter) and...
Summary: Believe it or not, Marvel vs. Capcom 2 is different enough from all of the other fighting games on the Xbox Live Arcade to warrant a purchase. With 56 characters and a fun online component, it's going to take a long time before you get sick of this must-own game!
Excerpt: I've been watching the scores for Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes on GameRankings (which I prefer to the competition). One thing that might strike you is that the downloadable game is getting far better review scores than it did when released on the PlayStation and Dreamcast.
Excerpt: It's been almost ten years since Capcom released Marvel vs. Capcom 2 , one of its most ambitious fighting games, and in those years it's become clear that no game before or since was quite like it.
Marvel vs. Capcom 2 Review - The Game's Aged Like a Fine Wine or a Hot Mom
29 July 2009
Excerpt: Sometimes it's kind of tough to keep track of the action here, what with the insane amount of flashy effects, teammates hopping in to help from the sidelines, and ridiculously quick fighting. But dang, Marvel vs. Capcom 2 holds up reaaaaaaaaally well.
Pros: you like the idea of effortlessly executing long chains of sweet combos, you're a button masher and you have a remote interest in fighting games
Cons: you're epileptic, a DC snob or your Dreamcast is still hooked up or awesome online fighting doesn't interest you