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Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds is the sequel to the popular Marvel vs Capcom 2 that was over 10 years in the making.

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Pros

X-Factor system makes for some intense and spectacular comebacks

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Graphics are amazing

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Top of the line Character roster

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Easier to get down the basics than games like Street Fighter 4

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Very diverse set of characters

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Team combinations allows for a ridiculous number of possibilities so you can play a lot without getting bored

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A lot of fun

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Landing a long combo string is extremely satisfying

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With simple mode people that don't know how to play fighting games can still do flashy moves and have fun

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Isn't so simplified that skill doesn't matter. Good players will still dominate weaker players

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Galactus - the last boss in arcade mode - is pretty cool

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Training mode has a lot of options which is useful for learning

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You can play training mode while searching for online games

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Action is crazy and a lot of fun to watch

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Mission mode teaches you basic combos pretty well

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Cons

Combo's are easier to pull off and don't require strict timing

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Can be overwhelming to players new to the franchise

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Inferior game-play when compared to StreetFighter 4

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Online matchmaking is pretty random as you'll be put against players much weaker than you, or much stronger

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Can be difficult to get into an online game with many disconnection messages

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Sentinel with 3rd level X-Factor can completely destroy an opposing team

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No spectators in online mode

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Lots of "cheap" tactics that new players will have difficulty overcoming

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Ending videos are pretty lame

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Some players that use a "keep away" style can be extremely frustrating to play against

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Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds is the sequel to the popular Marvel vs Capcom 2 that was over 10 years in the making. MvC3 continue the franchise's main aspects of being a 2D fighter pitting a team of 3 warriors against one another in a chaotic and fast paced battle. Half the cast comes from the Marvel universe including popular characters like Captain America and Wolverine, alongside some more obscure villains such as MODOK and Dormammu. Capcom's side includes Street Fighter characters such as Ryu, alongside characters from other Capcom franchises like Wesker from the Resident Evil series and Arthur from Ghosts N Goblins.

Features
  • offline modes
    • arcade
    • training
    • mission mode
  • online modes
    • ranked match
    • player match
    • lobbies
  • 38 characters at launch
    • 19 Marvel
    • 19 Capcom
  • multiple downloadable characters
Post Review
Omar
02/25/2011 04:18

Ever since I played this game at E3 2010 I've been anticipating it. It's just so much damn fun. I know that it can be overwhelming to beginner players new to fighters. But for a fighting game fan like me, the fast paced visceral action, and the ebb and flow that happens during the course of a match is really satisfying.

This game puts less emphasis on strict technical timing when performing combos like with #super_street_fighter_iv and more on the overall strategies you employ. Yes the professionals that can do crazy long combo strings will have an advantage, but you can still make it pretty far by using "bread and butter" combos that do quite a bit of damage.

I like the game so much in fact that I'm going to be playing in some tournaments... well I'll try to anyway. Here's a couple of videos of my first foray into "serious" gaming.



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