Conclusion: Marvel vs. Capcom Origins is an acceptable package. While Iron Galaxy did a decent job updating these games in terms of visuals and online play, they couldn’t change the basic gameplay. One of the games included in this package is fun to play and the other is pretty poor.
Summary: This is yet another Capcom collection that pits two similar fighting games together for one cheap price. The good news is that both Marvel vs. Capcom and Marvel Super Heroes are great games that hold up well. Unfortunately, the bad news is that you're going to get stomped online.
Summary: When the original Marvel vs. Capcom fist hit arcades, Sam Raimi was years away from rebooting Spider-Man, Bryan Singer's X-Men was merely in the planning stages and Joss Whedon was too busy helming Buffy the Vampire Slayer to even consider writing and directing The Avengers.
Summary: is an odd game to consider. While Marvel Vs. Capcom 1 is still a classic, Marvel Super Heroes has less going for it. You can have fun with both games, but MvsC 1 is the clear winner, between both games. The inexplicable omissions of the other “Vs.
Marvel vs. Capcom Origins Review: Hitting the arcade
28 September 2012
Excerpt: If you spent plenty of hours at the arcades, chances are you might have spent a few quarters playing Marvel Vs. Capcom and Marvel Super Heroes. Aside from the Street Fighter titles, these two games were Capcom’s most popular titles in the 90s and have been now rereleased with added online...
Excerpt: If you grew up in the years of arcades, chances are you spent a few quarters on a Marvel Vs “something” game. Whether it was one of the many spin-offs or a numbered entry in the series, MVC has always been a haven for fighters who enjoy frantic action alongside a roster packed to the brim with...