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Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 by Capcom

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Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 27.
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  • Platform: Xbox 360
  • Publisher: Capcom
  • Developer: Capcom
  • Category: Fighting

Product Details:

The ULTIMATE heroes from the Marvel and Capcom universes collide again in Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Every epic character from the original blockbuster returns to the fray alongside 12 new fighters, 8 over-the-top new stages, enhanced gameplay, and more surprises to be announced.

  • THE ULTIMATE ROSTER: Twelve new legends from Marvel and Capcom join the fray, bringing the total roster of characters up to 50.
  • MORE LEGENDS: Includes the first fighting game appearance of some of the most iconic and celebrated characters from the Marvel and Capcom universes, including Strider and Firebrand from the Capcom side and Ghost Rider and Hawkeye from the Marvel universe.
  • NEWLY BALANCED: Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 offers re-balanced gameplay that will provide accessible depth for both newcomers and pros alike.
  • ENHANCED MODES: After many fan requests, Spectator Mode is now available as part of an overall improved online experience along with other new modes and enhancements.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2014-06-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great game but get the Ultimate edition This is one of the best fighting game out the game play is very fun the only down fall's are 3 tag team system (its fun but sometimes I would like to just play one on one), and Capcom I don't know many of the characters and most of them aren't too good I hope they just make a marvel game but thats just me, the marvel roaster isn't too strong like how it was on Marvel vs Capcom 2 missing major characters like Venom and cyclops but in the end this game is near perfect for a fighting game.
Date published: 2014-06-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from MVC3 This is a good game, I enjoy the characters very much. It is very rare to find a game where the fighters are different speeds. Slow and fast moving characters are included in this game. Most games all the characters are the same speed. But in this game characters such as Spiderman or Deadpool are great if you want to pull off fast combos.
Date published: 2014-01-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome comic book game This is an awesome fighting game. If you sen the Avengers movie you will recognize most of these charters.
Date published: 2013-06-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Thoroughly enjoyed but wanted more Being a proud owner of MvC 2 on both PS2 and Xbox this was a no brainer to get. Of course I fell for it and my gf got me the original Mv3 instead of being somewhat patient for what was going to happen... an Ultimate version. Grr. The gameplay was slightly changed and attacks were more fluid then the choppy quick motions of games past. The combos were fun and the aerial combos linking all three characters are very pleasing. The special attacks are very flashy in true MvC form and some fun ways to finish off the last of your three opponents. The soundtrack, which I never really cry or go crazy for, was familiar to the MvC2 and new. Also the added muic when your last character is low on health, related to their theme adds to the drama. The stages bring back the good memories of games we all grew up with, and made it ok to stay with the classic 2D. Would have like to have some more interaction with them such as walls or different floors. The roster leaves the hxc fans whining But.. But.. But...! The burning question repeated by all, how do you go from the 50s to skimming the 30s. The new characters for Marvel, Hawkeye, Ghost Rider, and others were very fun. I enjoyed the Capcom new comers Viper, Arthur, and even the Final Fight Mayor with the stash made the Capcom guys fun to mix and match. I also wanted more modes. Its very bare bones with arcade, time attack, and Heros and Heralds mode. The newly added H&H mode was fun using cards to power up your characters. The cards were very addicting to achieve for the sheer fact of seeing who was on the cards next with the massive amout of characters from both sides, let alone their powers. The online play was fun, and ranking system was very effective. The lag wasn't that bad at times, but there was still the classic difference in speeds resulting in OH COME ON moments, blemishing your awesome record. Still a good buy, and never to late to get, even though there won't be a new Marvel Movie for a few months to make you want to pick it up and be a hero again.
Date published: 2012-12-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from DO NOT BUY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is just one of CAPCOMS DLC scams made only to suck more of this $$$$ out of u ,and slap you in the face again. FIND SOMETHING ELSE anything but this trash.
Date published: 2012-08-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from An amazing fighter This games is simply masterful in very was except the content department. Yes is did get the heroes and heralds mode but even then it still does have as much as other fighters. I also was surprised that the characters weren't released as dlc, but whatever I love this game so i was willing to cough up 40 bucks. I highly suggest everyone to at least try this game out.
Date published: 2012-08-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from An Average Game That Needs Desperate Improvment I like to break my reviews down into four categories, Gameplay, Sound, Graphics and Multiplayer (when applicable), so that's what I shall do here. Gameplay: Now, I fully admit I am not an expert at fighting games because, to me, most of them is who can button mash the fastest. Now I know, there are plenty of characters in this game, but that is one of the biggest problems; with such a big roster, almost all of the combo inputs end up being the same. Now for a beginner, that is actually helpful, to get into the learning curve, but for a more intermediate fighter as this game claims to be, I find the lack of tactics in the game to be frustrating at times. Also, as per old fighters, there is no block button. Yes I know you hold back, and it's supposed to activate a block, but for me it simply never worked. Even when I crouch blocked, any an all attacks would continue to hit me, thus leading into another game-play flaw; being unable to counter attacks. Now, when I say that, I don't mean you can't counter an attack by attacking faster, because you can. But unlike games with guard buttons, such as Soul Caliber, if you get hit in this game, there is practically a zero percent chance of you being able to guard or recover, with parrying and reflecting attacks being non-exsistant in this game. And that, for me, was the nail on the coffin, which sunk the entire gameplay experience for me. Sound: Now THIS, is where the game truly shines. For the most part, I enjoyed the soundtrack to this game. There were some hit and misses, but most of the stages and characters music, fit perfectly. Graphics: Now, after reading a lot of other reviewers, I have to disagree with many high grades in this category. For me, cell shading is ugly, especially when moving at a fast pace, which this game is. From what I could see, many of the capcom characters that I grew up with, simply do not have justice done to them. Truly, I miss the cartoonish graphics from MVC:2 in the Arcades. Multiplayer: Well....nothing I say can be good in this category. For the most part, I seemed to be stuck with laggey opponents, who spam cheap combo's. But lately, I have been having lots of trouble online with other people lagging, (it's not me, I range from anywhere from 7.45MB DLS, to 12.34DLS) so I will not penalize the multi-player aspect. Simply put, every problem I have in single-player, is carried over in folds to multiplayer. Overall: I can see why this gamers could enjoy this game, but it was just not for me. I like my fighters to be more on the tactical side, where button mashing will get your butt handed to you, and combo's aren't a death sentence. To improve upon this game would take a lot of work, something that clearly was NOT done from the other installment. For now, I shall leave my "fast-paced action" for my FPS'.
Date published: 2012-04-14
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