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- Powered by an advanced version of MT Framework, the engine used in Resident Evil 5 and Lost Planet 2, Marvel vs. Capcom 3 brings beautiful backgrounds and character animations to the forefront
- 3-on-3 tag-team fighting action as players build their own perfect team, assigning unique "Assist Attacks" for each character and utilize each character's special moves to create their own unique fighting style
- Simple Mode with streamlined button mapping option that allows novice players to perform moves like a pro
- A mix of returning characters like Spider-Man, Ryu, Wolverine, Morrigan, Iron Man, Hulk and others, mixed with newbies Chris Redfield, Thor, Trish, Super-Skrull, Amaterasu, Dormammu, Wesker, X-23, Deadpool, Dante and more
- Physical and digital Special Edition extras including a steel case, a 12-page comic, 1 playable DLC characters and a subscription to Marvel Digital Comics
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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. Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds Special Edition. Those looking to dive deeper into this epic fighting experience will get the following: * Steelbook case featuring exclusive art work * Comic/Art book- A 12-page prologue comic, written by Marvel writer Frank Tieri, plus campaign art and a curated selection of fan art. * 1-month Subscription to Marvel Digital Comics, providing unlimited online access to Marvel content * 2 Playable DLC Characters – Shuma Gorath and Jill Valentine. Content is available 4 weeks post-launch.
Top Customer Reviews
I'm a LONG time fan of the fighting game series and when the announcement for the game was done ALL of my friends who were fans and me jumped for joy. I pre-ordered originally from Best Buy and long story short they sold my copy, cancelled ordered one on here that was about $80, made me wait 3 weeks until telling me their supplier could not get them the game. So one last time on Amazon and I happily received my game [...].
The game play is a simple 3 vs 3 tag team battle. Players fight using teams of both Capcom and Marvel characters. First person to lose all health on all 3 characters loses or the one with the lowest life loses. Players can "tag in" their team members anytime, while their opponent also can forcefully switch their team by performing a "snap-back". The other team members not being used can be also used as an assist who can jump in for a moment (along with the character you have control over currently), perform a move of combo and hop back off screen. There is also a specials bar meter that the player can store and use to pull off devastating special moves. The controls have 2 set of buttons "normal" or "simple". Normal has 6 button use:
"Light", "Medium", "Heavy", "Special" (Essentially the launch for air combos), "Partner 1", "Partner 2"
Where as simple mode makes it easy for players just starting:
"Attack"(Replaces "Light" and allows players to perform combos with one simple button, "Special" (Replacing "Medium" button does moves such as for Ryu, Hadouken), "Hyper Combo" (Replaces "Heavy" and does a bar special.), and the same 3 other buttons.
The current roster is 40 (38 without DLC characters). People complain about the character selection but I, along with others see no problem with it. Sure we lost old favorites (Megaman and Gambit to name an example) but we've gained new interesting notable ones (X-23 and Amaterasu for example). Future DLC characters are TBA but will eventually be out.
There is a training mode to practice new moves and combos. There's also mission mode which helps you get use to a character as well and improve your game play. Online has player (Friendly/Casual Like) and ranked(Serious/Competition Like) matches. There are online leader boards and statistic trackers so you can review yourself and compare yourself to friends/other players. There is also customizations for player title and emblem (not Black Ops custom level, think MW2 custom level). The gallery has character models and profile viewers to learn more of their origins.
Graphics are great and make me not mind the 3D model transaction opposed to the previous 2D model. Also like the comic feel and presentation of the endings with it. The gallery has concept art, character art.
Like the video I am very impressed although it was a given. Players also have the choice to change Capcom characters to either English or Japanese voices. (I prefer Street Fighter and Megaman Characters in Japanese while Devil May Cry, Viewtiful Joe, and Resident Evil characters in English voices.) There's also a gallery to view sounds or characters and BGM.
I hate to admit it but I love it as I do with all or most games. I even bought a Hori Real Arcade Pro V3 SA for it. The game is aimed at casual players with the simplified "normal" controls (rather than a standard fighting game Light, Medium, Heavy punch/kick. or the MvC2 buttons (Light/Heavy Punch, Light/Heavy Kick, Assist 1, Assist 2). I can still have fun with it and my friends who consider me good when I don't (Ha...) enjoy watching me and sometimes playing against me. The online may be an issue for some, but I have no problems. However like any fighting games there's also problems with some players (spammers, etc.) so be warned.
If you want tips or more info here's a game guide to it:
I give the game a 5/5.
Kinda feel ripped off that Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 is coming out so soon after this.
The game is great and these days, after having seen games like Playstation all-stars and others like that, it's very symilar. but it was the original of all these kind of crossovers... so it really is worth to have and play
I am having a blast, I really miss the points and shop system of yore and the fun of unlocking a huge stable of fighters for various pt amounts. However what is here is polished and humming along down the FUN lane at a slightly slower pace than before. Is the SE worth buying? Only if you really value the 2 characters, the comic book includes some fun narrative crossover -which the game needed more of-and some terrific character artwork. The streaming access to MARVEL COMICS online seems like it could be great for catching up on some old books, it does say no downloads which I would actually prefer. The STEELBOOK is great and a fancy way to hold the fury that is the 3rd of this ridiculous and MARVELous series. I am hopeful there will be some stages/characters/modes added down the line through DLC, and I am saddened that the team couldn't find a way for The SILVER SURFER to use his board as a weapon so he could be included.