Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds Review

 [ XBOX 360 ]

Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds Review :

A new challenger approaches!

by Noncreativename Apr 15, 2011

It was the year 2000 when Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes was released. Boasting an enormous roster of 52 characters and taking and improving the fighting system of Capcom's past games, New Age of Heroes rose to become one of the most popular fighting games of all time. This game has seen many tournaments and many players for roughtly 11 years, gaining intense notoriety from players and spectators alike. And now...
A new challenger approaches!
Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds!
Marvel vs. Capcom 3 plays host to 36 characters, some very beloved faces and some fresh new ones. The solid 3-on-3 fighting action from Marvel vs. Capcom 2 is back, along with some very new tweaks in the system. This game contains an Arcade Mode, a traditional fight-to-the-end deal, a Training Mode to brush up on your skills, a Mission Mode to learn some cool combos, and of course, multiplayer fighting action.

11 long years of fan demand and tournaments. Was it worth the wait?

  CheatsGuru rating and opinion
4Story line
Dr. Doom and Wesker team up to take over the universes of Marvel and Capcom, accidently releasing a bigger, stronger threat in the process. What? You wanted more? You ARE playing a fighting game, you know.
Sharp. Very sharp. The detail put into the stages and characters is very fine. Some of these models are very nice to look at, and not just because the girls are mostly extremely revealing.
Some people may think that the remixes and original tunes that MvC3 brings to the table are all very fantastic. Others may feel that Capcom has butchered Ryu's theme beyond recognition. The ability to switch between two different sound styles is a nice touch.
Here we are, the meat and potatoes that made the Marvel vs. Capcom series so famous. The fighting system is solid enough to satisfy the hardcore players while also allowing newer players to jump in. Beyond the fighting, however, the experience is very bare bones.
6Lasting Appeal
As previously mentioned, this game doesn't go very far beyond the fighting. With other fighting games slowly coming over the horizon, this game may not see the light of day for very long. It still manages to offer some entertainment, though.
(Out of 10)


zhouchaojie    wrote on apr 21, 2011 1:57 am

sstt1986    wrote on may 15, 2011 4:20 am


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