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Marvel Vs Capcom 3: Fate Of Two Worlds

Released on 18 February 2011

Rating: 12+ (PEGI)

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After a decade of waiting, iconic Marvel and Capcom characters join forces again in a re-envisioned team fighting game for a new generation. Fill the shoes of legendary characters from the most beloved franchises in entertainment as you battle in a living comic book brought to life in a VS. fighting game for the first time by Capcom's MT Framework. Get set for the ultimate faceoff when Marvel vs. Capcom 3 hits in Spring 2011.

  • Innovative graphics and gameplay bring the Marvel and Capcom Universes to life: Powered by an advanced version of MT Framework, the engine used in Resident Evil 5 and Lost Planet 2, now comes to Marvel vs. Capcom 3, bringing beautiful backgrounds and character animations to the forefront

    Evolved VS. fighting system: Wild over-the-top gameplay complete with signature aerial combos, hyper combos and other original systems. The evolved battle system takes the exciting mind-reading game to a whole new level!

    3-on-3 tag team fighting: Players build their own perfect team and use Assist Attacks and each character's special moves to create their own unique fighting style

    Living comic book art style: See the most adored characters from the Capcom and Marvel universes brought to life in a "moving comic" style, blurring the boundaries between 2D and 3D graphics

    Marvel Vs Capcom 3

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 Average rating (10 reviews)

 Action Packed Adrenalin

| | See all RedOrban's reviews (2)

I played This Game At The Euro Gamer Convention in earls court a few months back , and it was one of the attractions that u had to wait a while to play & now I know why. This game is fast paced and full of brilliant & colourfull graphics a must buy for any beat em' up fan ...see u online pple :D

 Don't believe the hype

| | See all Ignota's reviews (5)

This review is primarily for people who have heard alot of hype and are wondering if they should buy it or if they should see elsewhere. I am a casual gamer so this review is mostly for people who are not super hardcore fighting game fans. I didnt like this game and here is why:

I have other hobbies and I have friends and a social life. So I dont play videogames 20+ hours a week. I especially dont like if a game is more of a chore than fun, and makes you practice tedious comboes for hours and hours and you have to learn the framerates of all the moves in order to enjoy the game on the most basic plan. And if you STILL dont get significantally better than a buttonmashing n00b, then the game is epic fail.

This game is like that.

All the Marvel vs Capcom 3 hype got to me and I bought this game. After spending a week with it, I am regretting. I played for 4 hours straight the day I got it and didn't understand anything! I have played everyday for one week now (totally 20+ hours!) and I am still not into the game or (the most important part) having the slightest fun.

I have read all the info in the booklet and read for 10 hours on Shoryuken.com and read other giudes at IGN.com to get the knowledge of the workings of this game and I have been in the practice mode a lot, but still I am not able to fully understand how to play it. You can buttonmash to victory a lot but there is no enjoyment at all. If a game is this much work to enjoy then it is nothing for me. This game is too much of a chore!

The game is an epic fail for casuals because its so fast and furious and everybody is all over the place and everything is so frantic, its not fun nor understandable at all! The over-the-top cartoonish visuals and flashy special effects are just plain confusing and seizure-causing.

And the Simple Mode is totally useless! Whats the point of that?!
The booklet says its for newcomers so you dont have to learn hard combos and such. It's not like you'll be better on normal mode or understand the game more. If anything, it confuses you and you don't know how or when to connect which moves. And besides, what is the fun in just pressing one button (yes ONE button for all regular moves and ONE button for all special moves) and the game playes out all the moves and connects them perfectly. But half of the moves are unavaileble so a pro in normal mode can easily beat a n00b who is palying in simple mode.

The gameplay is a bit broken too. You can kill someone in one combo!! Yes, ONE combo is all you have to do and the damage is so big that you can kill opponent before they even get to do anything! This goes for every character, not only Sentinel. When x-factor is activated (you press all four buttons and the character will glow making him stronger faster, jump higher etc) so you can combine attacks where comboes before were not possible. Sentinel can then kill you in three hits!! Bad choice from developers to include this.

Capcom really held back alot of content, because everybody knows they will make you pay for DLC to get some more costumes and some more playable characters. As matter of fact, only one day after releasing the game, Capcom announced such a pay-for-DLC pack with a shadow mode and some costumes. They will surely milk all the suckers that buy this game!

I gave it two stars because the production value of what is on the disc is good and I know the hardcore community seems to like this game, but for casuals this game is nothing special.

Dont buy this game if you are not hardcore fighting fan. I suggest you rather get Tekken 6 or wait for the new Mortal Kombat Kombat or Tekken Tag Tournament 2.


| | See all mrcheekychops's reviews (15)

Never been one for fighting games but love Marvel comics so gave this a go.
The graphics/animations are the best representation of Marvel Characters EVER in a video game, honestly, its just how you would want them designed. The mechanics of the fighting are fairly easy to get into and the more you play the better you get, online can be demoralising but keep at it, not everyone out there is a whizz kid! Playing at home offline versus is a blast and mission mode is great to master moves and unlock goodies. Just bought the DLC for 400MS for Steve Rogers SuperSoldier, Thor Classic and Iron Patriot! Beautiful! Shadow mode is free DLC where you can try beat the makers of the game! Can't put this baby down! Go Get, see you online - mrcheekychops

 Play it, play it now.

| | See all CaveTroIl's reviews (3)

I haven't played any of the previous Marvel Vs games so i've no idea how much it differs from the previous titles but this one is a keeper. Fantastic multiplayer for any beat em up fan with a ton to unlock and incredible replay value! No fight will be the same. I can't recommend it enough.

 Amazing gameplay, but lacking in variety.

| | See all Lbenohhh's reviews (22)

I assume if your reading this, then you know what the game is, and what its about, So I'm not going to go in to any of that stuff.

The game plays alot more smoothly than the previous game. Performing lengthly button combo's has been balanced out to be a difficult but rewarding task. Air Combo's are very fun to pull off, and are a good addition to the game.

To be honest though, I'm going to talk more about why the game doesnt deserve 5 stars and only 4: Its really lacking in variety. REALLY lacking.
I don't have any gripes with the game having less characters than the previous game. What annoys me, is the extreme lack of game modes, and the extent in which you can customize those game modes. There isn't a game mode where you can just say 'Okay, I want to be these 3, and I want to fight these 3 people.' Only can you do that in 2 player, where you need to be fighting another human player, and In order to do it in single player, you have to go in to training mode, and fiddle about with the settings. And after that, who ever wins the fight, there isn't even a victory pose or any thing, the fight just instantly resets.
The lack of customization in Online private matches also bothers me. It doesn't allow you to have infinite time during a match and other players in the lobby can not spectate an on going match. Why are these features not included? They were in MVC2, and that was and that was an Arcade game!
Out of the box, without any DLC, there's only about 3 games modes: Arcade, Mission and Online, and I suppose training mode. Why does Capcom expect us to download and wait for game-modes that are evidently already on the game disc.

Overall, dont get me wrong; This game is amazing fun, and great fun to play online, or with a friend on the same console. Get it if you're a die hard fan of the series. If you're unsure about it, I would recomend waiting for maybe a price drop, or wait until the future DLC comes out. Also, if you don't have access to Xbox Live, I wouldn't recommend this one. Not being able to download future DLC will really lack the experience for you, and you will find yourself getting bored of this game quite quickly if you just stick with the offline modes.

Also, 5 pounds Per downloadable character, Capcom?!

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Rating12+ (PEGI)