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Marvel vs Capcom 2

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Also on:Xbox
GF Rating
9.0

1015 ratings

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GF Rating
10

Perfect

The Ultimate Showdown.

posted by GameBo1 (KISSIMMEE, FL) Aug 20, 2009

Member since Jun 2009

Capcom is the king of fighting games ever since Street Fighter II hit arcades and home consoles, Capcom has made sequels and other fighting game licenses ever since the success of Street Fighter II. Capcom also aquired the rights from Marvel to make Marvel and X-Men fighting games in the early ninties, and also three Capcom and Marvel crossover, with "X-Men vs Street Fighter" in 1996, "Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter" in 1997, and "Marvel vs. Capcom" in 1998. Gamers referred these games as some of the best 2D/crossover fighters in history, however in 2000, Capcom and Marvel's next sequel would shock and excite millions everywhere..... "Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes". Now on to the review....

Story: Very thin, but not important. A pirate, Ruby Heart, needs stop an evil being known as Abyss, to stop the Earth from dying off. She summons the worlds greatest warriors on her airship to stop and destroy Abyss.

Gameplay: I'll be honest, gameplay is a little broken(very), but it doesn't ruin the experience. MvC games usually range from a little under or over 20 characters, but MvC2 has a large roster of 56 characters, and rather than having a 2 Man team, its now 3. With 56 fighters, and a team of 3, combination possibilities are endless.

Audio: Fighting games and Lounge Jazz do not mix. The music sucks except for Abyss' stage, and the creepy clown stage, they're ok. Better grab your iPod and speaker.

Graphics: For 2000, its pretty awesome. Although I would prefer the 2D backgrounds from earlier games, these are cool. Today, they still stand as amazing for the old-school 3D stage, and the classic, smooth 2D sprite charecters.

Overall: Marvel vs. Capcom 2 is amazing. One of the best fighting games ever to be made, and a hit in the arcades, Dreamcast, PS2 and XBOX. Recently, it has been ported on PS3(I own), and XBOX 360, with HD support, along with online play, one of the best fighting games ever just got better.

Score: A perfect 10/10.

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GF Rating
10

Perfect

Great Game

posted by Willz916 (SACRAMENTO, CA) Apr 12, 2009

Member since Dec 2006

this is really one of my favs of all time i just finally picked it back up since back in the day right now u can get if for about 100 and up lol but i just paid 55 dollars i like using ryu and akuma graphicly its still great im hearing they might do an hd remix to it they have the lic. to do it and capcom may also be in the makes of a part 3 to the vs sceries hope this helps people out its not so much of a review but info for people who want this game

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GF Rating
10

Perfect

Best Fighting Game that's NEVER AVAILABLE!!!

posted by CloudRULZ (SAN FRANCISCO, CA) Jun 18, 2007

Member since Feb 2004

I love this game when i had dreamcast. Now I have PS2 but CAPCOM stopped making the games which explains the LOW AVAILABILITY!!! Oh sure you can get it on eBay for only about 80+ bucks!!!

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