Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All Stars
its really fun
i enjoyed it a lot, and i think anyone can get into the game. wish it would was for the systems xbox and ps3 though.
This game is alright but not good enough
I think this game was pretty fun at first but then after a couple of hours it got kind of boring. im returning it to get another better game
better than i expected
when i first got the game i was kinda stuck but with my classic controller i was perfect this game is pretty good if u have the right controller or friends but it was worser than i expected because there was not enough characters but if u like marvel vs capcom u should buy this game
Not an average fighter
This is a good fighting game considering its for the wii. If you are used to playing mvc i reccommend using a classic controller or a gamecube remote. there are also different characters but it is still a good game. The gameplay is very well even though it is a wii game. This could probably get a sequel hopefully on xbox and ps3.
An aweful fighting game that was more a prototype of marvel vs capcom 3. This game offers little replay value because there is nothing to work for. I can win any match I want to simply by hitting random buttons really fast.
Best arcade fighter on the Wii, hands down
Capcom finally gives the Wii a piece of the fighting game pie with Tatsunoko Vs. Capcom. It's a flashy, 2-on-2 tag-team fighter that focuses on over-the-top special attacks, air combos, and simplified controls (if you've ever played any of the Marvel Vs. Capcom games, you know the drill). The graphics are comprised of 3D polygons, but the gameplay takes place on a strictly 2D field--with cel-shaded textures that give it a beautiful, hand-drawn look.
Most gamers are familiar with the Capcom cast (Street Fighter, Darkstalkers, Onimusha, ect.), but you may be asking yourself: Who or what is Tatsunoko? Tatsunoko is a Japanese animation company...most of their characters are akin to super heroes but are little-known here in the US (think of them as a Japanese Marvel Comics). Gatchaman, Yatterman, and Tekkaman are the main properties represented here, along with a few others.
But really, it doesn't matter. Tatsunoko Vs. Capcom is a blast to play even if you aren't familiar with the characters. There's only around 25 fighters, but everything oozes quality: The graphics are sharp for a Wii game, each character is represented skillfully, and the load times are barely noticable (save for a couple of short loading screens during the last boss as he changes forms).
Oh, and one more thing: I highly recommend you use either an arcade stick or classic controller with this game--the Wii remote just won't cut it, trust me.
I love this game I just got it. I played arcade and I was impressed. Controls were easy to use, Gameplay was fun, and it wasn't as challenging as other capcom games. It is the best vs. capcom game I have played. I wanna play online because I bet it is fun. It is pricy but don't let that get you down I recommend it. Luckily I got it through a trade with a friend.
Lage free online! Lots of guys to play and fight with. Movies that are fun to wach and pull off! AMZING shell shade art still that fits the mode of the game. Easy to lern Hard to master. lots of modes and a miny game thats fun and awsome! you can play with the wii mont and wii mont and nomchuk the classic conchroler and the gamecube conchroller even 3rd party arcade stickes! the conchrolls are prifed and the game is fast and fun! all fighting game fans BUY IT NOWWWWW!
on the wii
good fighter for the wii but $30 is a little pricy.
Fun for a MEDIUM amount of time.
YES! I got my Tatsunoko vs. Capcom at last! It's super fun, and super awesome. And you know what's also special about this game? It's my first console fighting game! It's first because i don't have a PS3 OR AN XBOX360. Very sad, indeed. The game is fun but for a MEDIUM AMOUNT OF TIME. Not short, not long. JUST MEDIUM.