Rated 0 out of 10
by Arcade Buy it again and again??? I am!!!
Bought the Special Edition,and got it signed by the artists so I wont be trading in my copy. I love These games and I'll paying to play,so what?
I see people do the same EVERY year for Madden? Talking to the guys that made this game,and putting input that we wanted works for me! So what if a couple of main guys are missing...DLC and Sending Capcom more $$$ for what I wanna play!!!!
Rated 9 out of 10
by Supermcawsomevill Awesome comic book game
This is an awesome fighting game. If you sen the Avengers movie you will recognize most of these charters.
Rated 4 out of 10 by Mugdog Everyone is overpowered
This game is a ton of fun. I can't get enough of it. Fighting the CPU's and learning new combos and such is a lot of fun to do. I usually play it casually. All the characters in this game are overpowered. I'm new to these types of games but it's sheer madness how overpowered the characters can be. Do not play online if you're new. I get frustrated and throw stuff because I always get myself stuck in combos that always killing my character. My new character will show up and BAM you get sent right into another character killing combo. And if that doesn't happen then someone gets you into decent combos and when they begin to lose or know you can beat them with one of your characters... They will always shoot as much stuff at you as possible. I can't play at all and have a good time with the Xbox live community because everyone is usually a lot better than me or has to use cheap combos, projectiles, and everything under the sun. This game is fun offline... Online this game sucks... I feel like I'm playing with a 12 year old when someone shoots as much stuff as possible.
Rated 10 out of 10 by MLGRo Solid
Its pretty decent. Of course its very reminiscent to mvc3 but with this version, it seems to be "slightly" faster when it comes to knocking people back down to the ground. The extra characters are a plus, and the new extra spark(moves) you get from the "s" button to knock them up in the air with. For example, ryu gets like an extra flame hadoken and stuff. Everyone has their own special move they get with that button which i think is a good plus. Some of the characters I can tell are going to be a problem with, like Nemesis(OP). But over all the game is pretty solid Im glad i ordered it. Now if they could make some "good" dlc to back this up and not just "2" characters and 5-10 different modes which are all the same. I mean solid dlc like 10 characters, bonus stages, and 3 different modes if u wish to expand a good game. This is suppose to be a legacy, so lets keep it that way.
Rated 0 out of 10 by Rahv 40$ of Disappointment
Wow, this really is for die hard MVC3 fans... I will not fork over 40$ for characters/stages/spectator mode for a stupid add-on. And the character selection is quite disappointing as well. No megaman, but phoenix wright? Really? If this sells, it would be for people who would only play as phoenix wright for like 30 mins getting their butts kicked online. This ruins the point of the first game, and defeats the purpose of getting it for 60$. This adds up and you still gotta count the dlc characters... Word of advice, don't get this add-on, wait till capcom gets the message and releases the characters separately. Lastly, Rebalanced characters should have been done with a patch, not having to buy a stupid expansion... This gets 1/5 for me... D: Spend your hard earned money on a cheaper game like soul calibur or theres plenty other games available for less than this.
Rated 0 out of 10 by Ripclaw It's a steal a $40
I keep hearing a lot of complaints about this game's release. The most popular one being that all the additional characters could be DLC and it would only cost like $20. That would be true if you only pay for what you want when it comes to DLC. Sony and Microsoft both force your online transactions to be a minimum of $5 (400 points). The purchase of a DLC character takes up roughly 2/3 of this money ($2 or 160 points) leaving you with useless amount. Therefor you would have to give Microsoft and Sony another $5 to purchase your next character. 12 new characters at $5 a piece comes out to $60, JUST FOR THE CHARACTERS ALONE! Not to mention the new stages and costume colors. In all reality Capcom is doing their fans a HUGE favor by releasing a new game for a very reasonable price instead of letting Sony and Microsoft dig their greedy palms into our pockets.
Rated 0 out of 10 by ToastyMan No MegaMan? No Sale!
So they sell you an incomplete game, then sell you DLC characters, THEN they sell an upgraded version of the same game....
It's like they're printing their own money and we're not getting any value for our bucks. So they added a few new characters, some of which were voted on at Capcom-Unity and all the top voted characters made it in... EXCEPT THE GUY WHO WAS VOTED #1 MOST WANTED: MegaMan X.
First it was "MegaMan doesn't lend himself well to the fighting game genre".. Now it's "You've got Zero and Tron, that's enough representation of the MegaMan series"....
BITE ME, CAPCOM! This game should be jam-packed with characters that appeal to ALL your loyal fans. You don't omit your #1 mascot just because you've got it in for the franchise that earned for you and put you on the home console map.
No MegaMan? No X? Then you can kiss my $40 goodbye!
Rated 0 out of 10 by Kheaven Just my opinion..
As a die hard Marvel and Capcom fan this game like any game is a blessing. I'm glad that they realized that they gave us only a decent game but being halfassed on certain things will not cut it. I understand that a lot of people are upset that they spent $60 on MvC3 and do not want to spend another $40 on UMvC3 but that won't take anything away from this being a good game. Fortunately for me I didn't have my Xbox at the time of MvC3 so I didn't buy the game but my roommate got it and it was and still is a great game. Anyway, to all the people that are not getting the game just because they feel Capcom screwed them out of a good game enjoy playing the original and to all that are extremely excited for the new version to come out have lots of fun! I feel like this will be a completely new experience.
Rated 6 out of 10 by BreadDog1 Crapcom's decent game hiding as a cash grab
MvC3 was a decent game. It had good fighting mechanics and was pretty fun. However the problem with it was that it had very little replayability, especially if you didn't play online and had no friends to play with that game. So when the ultimate version was announced, I thought it'd improve on the game. But nope! The only new things Crapcom added was eight new stages, which added nothing by the way, twelve new characters that could've been added as DLC, and a spectator mode. That's it. The game is exactly the same as the lackluster Mvc3 only with new balancing that could've been added as free patches! The game is just as bad as the original, maybe even worse. It's just a cash grab by Crapcom. There are better fighting games than this.
Rated 0 out of 10 by blacksourhaze Ultimate you say?......Not Worth It
Im a big fan of the marvel vs capcom series and have loved and played all of them but marvel vs capcom 3 defintly was a let down. Just cause they are adding new players i dont think itll make any difference at all. People will still be spamming phoneix and pros will still get wooped by people just button mashing. I also dont like the fact you cant just do one on one doing 3 way battles get dull and boring. they should of done this in the beginning instead of making everyone buy the game and wasting 60 bucks wen in a couple months they made a new one. there is also no lasting appeal, once you played for 30 minutes u ready to go do something else. No megaman coming into this one either so dont give ur hopes up. Trust me it aint worth it save your money.