Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds
its a very good game check it out is got wesker it has ryu chris and modok spider man for the fans of him too so buy it
Kept my interest
I am not much into fighter games such as this one. They normally do not keep me interested but for this one I could not stop for a while. It brought some of my favorite characters into play from other games and the controls were easy to learn. I cannot tell you how many times I used Ryu. Overall this game is fun and entertaining and the best part is the entire family can play together.
For hardcore and tolerant gamers only
the fighting is awesome,but here is the problem unless you are a superpro of the game skip it.The tutorials are bad, and even if you are used to the game your going to end up having a hard time finding matches. Top that off with bad character endings and balancing issues and you've gotten yourself not only a disappointing game,but a slap in the face from capcom. Find something else.
MvsC at its addictive state!!
Marvel vs capcom has done it again this time. And they went all out with this one. So many crazy combinations you can come up with. Your mind will be blown when play this.
GAME NEEDS A LITTLE FIXING......
The game is pretty good the first couple times you play. Some of the qualities to the game are the graphics are great for how fast it moves. The character selection is large, but when you play you fight yourself, ex. ( when you play as hulk, you fight hulk) and there are way too many characters to fight yourself. Another problem is ,easy is too easy, but medium is way too hard. So take your time before you buy this game, and think if you like the old ones.
One of the best fighters out there!
Marvel vs Capcom 3 is a great fighting game! The design of the characters is cool and their moves! And each area to fight in are awesome as well! There is not much character selection, which is one of the down points of the game, but there is a good variety within the one's that you can play as! I tried the online, I wouldn't recommend it, but if you do like fighting against other people, you might as well try it! The part I like most about this game is just the fighting! You get three characters on your team, you get to pick them all, and your against three other characters. Then you battle it out against each other by punching, kicking, using powerful combos and moves, and you can even do a move in which you use all three of your characters special moves, which really puts on the damage!!! So if your a fan of fighting games, or just want to try one, I would recommend this! SOCK!!!
Fun to play, just not online.
I've had this game for a while and i think i've gotten pretty good at it....until i play online. This game is good to play by yourself or with friends. online can be very frustrating and unpredictable. You may get a person who is unexperienced or you may get a player who knows every single move of every single character and can pull out a finishing move in the middle of an attack or block for some strange reason. Online you have to be way too experienced.
#1 Fighting game!
Capcom is already my favorite. Especially my Street Fighter characters. And then you have my #1 killer Wolverine, my agile boy Spider-Man, and my favorite female X-23. All of these crazy combos you can make. MvsC has been taken to a whole new level with this game.
Best in class fighting
I had never played a MVC game before. I saw some screenshots and gameplay of this and thought, why not? When I first started playing the practice arena, the controls were easy enough, so I went on from there. I played through some of the characters stories, tried online and unlocked all the characters. The only downfall here was that there is not many characters, only a few to unlock. I didn't really like that, but there was good ones, like Hulk and Deadpool (moonwalk!) that got away with that. One thing I did really like about this game was the graphics. They feel like there from an actual comic book, and catch every detail with each move. Something they could have added was a main storyline, possibly for each character. But all we got was a short story complete with three-on-three fighting and an end boss battle. If you do defeat the boss though, you get stuff from your character like a story about them, a model viewer, facts about them and some other additional things. That's a plus for completing the game so your not just playing through every time getting nowhere. As for my first time playing a Marvel VS Capcom game, it was a good experience and worth trying.
You gotta love this combo
Marvel vs Capcom... At first it sounded like it would be mostly boring side scrolling fighting with complicated controls. I was only about half right, while it is a side scroller and the controls for advanced moves are difficult it is anything but boring. I personally love playing as deadpool, his random shout outs like "YOUR MAMA!" sometimes bring a smile to my face plus when I turn the analog back Deadpool will moonwalk in that direction (blows my mind... man). But Marvel vs Capcom 3 has more than just Deadpool (as if you really need anymore motivation) the game includes X-23, Hulk, Dr.Doom, Amaterasu and viewtiful joe. The attacks are perfectly coordinated and what's best is you can press the RB or LB buttons during an attack to have one of your partners fly in and land a few blows in between yours. The levels are amazingly detailed and the music is pretty fun given the 'world destruction' setting. Yet, despite the pros I would recommend buying it pre-owned. Even though it's alot of fun punching, kicking and shooting it does get alittle boring if you only use basic attacks. If your willing to memorise the advanced attacks then by all means buy it full price.