No instruction booklet, complicated for us old-school SFII fans
Amazon Customer, Amazon
7 March 2014
Summary: I'm a big Marvel fan, and thought this game would be awesome to play. As a thirty-something who was weaned on SF-II, Mortal Kombat, etc., I of course new that the fighting games had started to get more and more complicated with multiple combos, bringing in 2nd and third tag-team fighters, etc. But GEEZ, are the controls on this complicated! The game comes with NO instruction booklet, though I'm sure I could track one down on-line.
Summary: Love it, but missing the likes of MegaMan and more Capcom villains. Both companies have a large universe and I want to see maybe 30 more characters minimum before they do the franchise justice. Then again now that Disney owns them maybe we could do Marvel V.S. Capcom V.S. Disney!
Summary: Once again, Capcom has made a solid fighting game. Heaven forbid you play by yourself these days though. The modes are sparse and unless you play with friends or online you'll put this down fairly quickly. There are plenty of sweet characters and interesting mechanics for the hardcore fighters out there, but I still can't get over how sparse it is. You fight, that's about it. The endings are lazy, unlike the awesome cutscenes they used to market this title.
Summary: If you like Marvel Capcom 2 it's 10x better than that the graphics are good, I love most of the character selections I just wish Ken was in there too. There's alot of stuff to do here, but since the "Ultimate" version of this is out now there's no reason to buy this. The delivery of this item was quick and fast and was exactly as the seller advertised.
Summary: As an avid gamer who enjoys some action...this game is a fun versus fighting game. The graphics are fairly decent and the special moves are pretty cool. I would recommend this game to players who enjoy games like Street Fighter or Mortal Kombat.