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GF Rating
7.0

5352 ratings

Critic & User Reviews

GF Rating
8

Very Good

Prety good but lacking.

posted by KOJIRU12345 (JACKSON, MS) Mar 7, 2011

Member since Mar 2011

I like MVsC3 but it lacks alot MVsC2 had more characters for one, 2. NO STORY MODE. I was highly disapointed when i found out it had NO story :( other then that the graphics are very beautifull,clear and sharp some trophies wont show up till 3 mins later though other then soem flaws i love this mixed fighter.

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GF Rating
10

Perfect

Awesome

posted by Ciscocv (STOCKTON, CA) Mar 6, 2011

Member since Mar 2011

Great game, great players and hidden characters, fun and brings back tons of memories.

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GF Rating
6

Above Average

Fun for the hardcore, but that's about it.

posted by Ryuraidon (DOVER, TN) Mar 4, 2011

Member since Mar 2011

As the title states, if you are not a hardcore fighting game fan there isn't much for you to enjoy here. Don't get me wrong, the fighting is fast paced and can be very fun if you're willing to spend a lot of time learning combos and button timing. If you enjoy fighting games but not so much that you're willing to spend hours learning to do a single combo, the enjoyment you get out of this game, I daresay, is going to be very limited.

There's no difficulty setting that I could find in the options, merely a "Simple" and "Normal" control scheme. I'm not terrible at this game but being able to tune it down slightly would have been very welcome.

"Mission Mode" is a bald-faced lie. Those are not missions, they are "Training Mode+" The missions range from "Do simple attack A" to "Do very complex combo Z." Expecting actual misisons, perhaps similar to Soul Calibur-type extra modes/fights, I was very disappointed indeed.

There is no versus mode to play against the CPU. Versus only lets you fight against other players, with no way to simply fight CPU enemies outside of arcade mode. Arcade mode being 5-6 normal fights and then a boring gimmicky boss fight.

I love the character roster, the attacks, and the overall style of the game. There's just nothing to attract you to the game if you're not hardcore into fighters already.

I can certainly understand why MANY players love this game. But if you're not of the more hardcore variety of Fighting Game player, you might consider passing this one up. The single player mode is lackluster and short. Mission mode is a lie. If you want to play Versus against the CPU just to have a little fun and de-stress, too bad. If you're not willing to spend a LONG time learning a character's moveset inside out and backwards, you'll likely get your butt kicked.

If you love fighters, pick this game up and give it a try. It's fast paced and can be a lot of fun. If you're more casual towards fighters? Save your time and money.

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