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Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds

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Date Released: Feb 15, 2011

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Description

After a decade of waiting, iconic Marvel and Capcom characters join forces again in Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds, a re-envisioned team fighting game for a new generation of gamers. Fill the shoes of legendary characters from both the Marvel and Capcom universes as you engage in 3-on-3 battles within living comic book art style environments powered by Capcom's MT Framework, an advanced version of the graphics engine used for Resident Evil 5. Additional features include: a single player story and online multiplayer modes, new playable character additions, a simplified three-button control scheme and a character-specific "Simple" Mode which can function as a tutorial.

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Tag-Team Gameplay

Although Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds features a single player story mode in which you can play the Fate of Two Worlds storyline out in the role of each of the playable characters, the game is primarily a one-on-one crossover fighting game featuring heroes and villains from the Marvel Comics and Capcom video game universes. In this, action is team-based as players, either fighting against AI or a human opponent select three characters to stand against their opponent's three characters. Battles are essentially tag-team events, as at any time players can choose to switch characters as they look to string together combos that will do the most damage against opponents. All characters have special moves. In addition, special combos can be unleashed by each character after filling their power gauge while playing. Team combos can also be unleashed by switching between certain characters at specific times during fights.

She-Hulk, Hulk and Wolverine ready for action as a team in Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds
3-on-3 Marvel vs. Capcom battles like never before.
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Single Player Story Mode

The respective arch villains of the Marvel and Capcom universes, Doctor Doom, nemesis to the Fantastic Four and Albert Wesker, STARS turncoat and flunky for the Umbrella Corporation in the Resident Evil franchise, have joined forces in a quest for overall conquest in both worlds. Marvel and Capcom heroes stand ready to do all that must be done to stop the fiends, but may have to set aside their quest for justice and join forces with their sworn enemies as an unforeseen evil rises as the result of the initial actions of Doom and Wesker.

Key Game Features

  • Innovative Graphics and Gameplay - 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.
  • Evolved VS. Fighting System - Wild over-the-top gameplay complete with signature aerial combos, hyper combos and other original systems. The evolved new battle system, the "Team Aerial Combo," takes the action to a whole new level.
  • 3-on-3 Tag Team Fighting - Players build their own perfect team by assigning unique "Assist Attacks" for each character and utilize each character's special moves to create their own unique fighting style.
  • Simple Mode - Streamlined button mapping option will allow novice players to perform moves like a pro.
  • Living Comic Book Art Style - See the most adored characters from the Capcom and Marvel Universes brought to life in a "moving comic" style, blurring the boundaries between 2D and 3D graphics.
  • New Characters - Popular returning characters include Spider-Man, Ryu, Wolverine, Morrigan, Iron Man, Hulk, Captain America, Felicia, Chun-Li, Tron Bonne, Magneto and Doctor Doom. Viewtiful Joe will make his debut in the Marvel vs. Capcom franchise. Additional characters joining the playable cast for the first time in fighting game history include Chris Redfield, Thor, Trish, Super-Skrull, Amaterasu, Dormammu, Wesker, X-23, Arthur, Deadpool, Nathan Spencer, M.O.D.O.K. And Dante.

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Chun-Li and Doctor Doom matching kick for kick in Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds
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Spider-Man wrapping Dante up tight in Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds
Special abilities & combos.
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Cutscene featuring Iron Man from Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds
Comic book art style.
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Tron Bonne smacking Captain America in Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds
Tag-team combat action.
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NOT FOR KIDS

I played this game the other day and was sooooo disappointed with the sexually charged characters in this game. If I were a parent that didn't pay attention, my kid could have had its first intro to pornography. The girl characters are half nude, make sexual gestures, and there is a lot of crude language. PARENTS BEWARE!!!!!
 

WHEN FOOTSIES ATTACK (but still a great game).

GREAT game. great production values. but..some BIG problems.

heres a few:

magneto's infinite wall spam trap.
akuma/ryu's wall spam traps
chunli's never stop kick
super-counters border on the wtf? Marvel as you watch your shot go righ through your opponent while you get hit..after you started already...oh yeah its awesome.
foot blocking is laughable, even though that's where all the combos will start. awesome!
somehow online seem small- the same cheesy players pop up in your games again and again. no way to block a cheeseball. Man capcom is just stupid for that one.
too many specials bars: take away the screen shooters, and half the cheese goes away. too many people can fight without actual fighting.


and the best for last..


FOOTSIES can counter ANYTHING. the problem with these 'robot combos' (no skill to dial them in, doesn't push out at all, always hits) is that once someone learns them, then can just do the same thing over and over and the match ends. Touch the controller...it wont mean much, as you will basically sit back helplessly while u are being trounced around the screen.

Its sad because there's so much fun to be had here. but yes, its still a purchase just keep those things in mind. Sessions tend to go really quick because u will end up putting the controller down because you have run into yet another footsie-->air combo master. Its not even worth it at that point.

 

great!!!

too bad it doesnt have a story mode by overall its fun, it have like 36 characters to choose from and it have need exclusive people such as Dante
 

Awsome!

Preety tight. I love this style game whrere I can press anything and something happens lol. They took out some of the best character but dante was a great addition. Over all pretty solid and highly rec!
 

Interesting new take on a classic

I don't play many videos games at all, and the only ones I do are Street Fighters. With that said, I've always been a huge fan of the first and second Marvel vs. Capcom 3 games, and so far this one doesn't disappoint. The new buttons need some getting used to, but I really enjoy the comic-book flavor of the entire game, and how the graphics really do make the game look like you're playing within one. I wish there were more characters however, but I suspect Capcom will be releasing more down the line through DLC (although this would make the game worse, since Capcom charges an arm and a leg for DLC and new characters). The game is versatile in the way that people with little to no skill in the game can do a lot of things and have fun, and is challenging and complex enough to keep combo-thirsty veterans engaged for long periods of time. Overall a great game (although I prefer Super Street Fighter 4: Arcade Edition because it's not as "crazy" as this game with 10,000 characters flying across the screen). A good buy.
 

What zone is the disc?

Can anybody who buys from Bestsku tell me what zone is the disc? Look at the price my guess would be zone 2 or 3, but I want a zone 1 disc
 

character's? what happened?

I had a lot of fun playing this game, and i still play it.....that being said I feel the online mode kind of sux, and my biggest beef with the game is the character choices.

they did away with a lot cool characters like cyclops, shuma gorrath....so many more....and they could have put in more streetfighter charcters like zangief. I just thought the character choice was kind of dull, shehulk sux, as do many of the other newcomers.....deadpool was awesome, but why no punisher, or cyclops, or fantastic four, i mean they have an endless list of cool characters that could be incorporated into the game but they just didn't try too hard. The endings were terrible also, 2 images with lines underneath explaining the story ending of a charcter is a horrible way to finish the game. cmon people, can we have atleast a short fmv sequence, maybe with some animation instead of stills. i played tekken 3 for ps2 and they had much better endings, some comical and some really cool, but the point being they animated it and made it follow the story line....and thats ps2.....and why can't we get to use galactus? i mean my beefs with this game can go on and on...but as much as i like to complain about this game. i have to admit that game play is really cleaned up and cool, i love the "simple mode"...my 4 year old son can play without having the frustration of daddy i can't do this move....he can push one button and do a special, or a super or even a triple charcter super finish. i mean i watched his face light up when he realized he could actually pull off some of these moves....it meant a lot to him.

all in all the game is pretty cool, but to think what it could have been if they put more thought and time into it. enjoy
 

Awesome

Graphics and overall gaming was great! Could probably use more characters but thats the negative to the game. Overall, I am very pleased with my investment.
 

The best PS3 game I've played

Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 Is far cooler & faster then the original game & it's a LOT funner. I know from playing both... 3 is much better... however... I still don't care for marvel, So this is a review of (mostly) all Capcom Characters I like.

Although Megaman Has been kicked out of the fighting line-up, Capcom made sure to please fans by adding someone WAY cooler: Zer0. Although fast, Zero is sorta hard to play with, as most of his moves are for close range combat, & special moves require harder combos to get damage done. It's not impossible, but for people who aren't used to pressing the analog stick in 5 directions at once they will find he's one of the harder characters to control. But if you're still missing Megaman, either select Zero with the square button, or beat the game with Tron Bonne for a mega-cameo.

Dante & Trish form Devil May Cry are also included (Thank GOD they don't have Nero!). Trish (DMC1 version) comes equipped with Sparda & electricity. Her defense is quite lacking, so the best way to win with her is to keep stunning opponents with lightning, then use any move where she throws her sword. And she can fly (for a little while), so when you go to beat the game, She can easily dodge Galactica's fist's & maybe a few lasers... And you get to kick him in the face =)

Now for Dante (DMC3 version). He comes equipped with, well... EVERYTHING! Rebellion, Ebony/Ivory, Cerberus, Nevan, Agni/Rudra, Beowolf, Artemis, even Kalina Ann (Lady's bazooka). I've been playing as him through every fight and found all the weapons get at lest 2 moves (Except beowolf, but maybe there's a 2nd move for it yet). Dante normally isn't fast, but his moves & combos are quite easy to link up. Distance is also of no matter And I found he can easily beat 3 people in a row, so none of your other team-mates need not bother. And while trying not to spoil Dante's ending story to much, he's the only one I've played as so far who's aware he's in a video game... Kinda...

Morrigan & Felica (Darkstalkers) are pretty much the same: fast, crappy defense, don't do much damage, sound like a monkey when you rapidly hit them (But Morrigan can fly, so I guess that's a difference). So, I'm skipping to the cute (Un-lockable) dead girl: Hsien-Ko. She's one of the few girls in the game who don't die after 3 hits (Nor does she sound like a monkey when you hit her)...But her moves are a bit odd... as she throws: axes, knives, and spiked balls at the opponent... & did I mention she has giant blades coming from the ground to skewer people? While she is kinda slow, at least she does (major) damage!

Sentinal... Big robot = BIG damage! It's slow, but when you have lasers, who cares? It's got a rocket booster so ground attacks & close range combat is no problem to skip over. It can kick & punch everything (hur-rah for extending limbs!) Only downside is for new players who haven't unlocked it yet... They are Sooo gonna get creamed.

Now there's still a lot more characters (Marvel & Capcom)... But they just aren't cool enough to make it (Except Dr. Doom... maybe), So I'll end my review saying this: Always remember to start & finish fights as Dante, as he has the best taunts!
 

Awesome Fun, and just the Tip of the Ice Berg!

Be prepared for a super edition of this game! This is just a taste of whats to come! Soon as I put this game into the console I was having a total blast! Super fun and beautiful animations! Some of the reviews seem too critical, this is game is super fun and is a must for any fan of Marvel Comics, Capcom, or fighters, Period.

Additional info for Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds

Features:

Powered by an advanced version of MT Framework, the engine used in Resident Evil 5 and Lost Planet 2, Marvel vs. Capcom 3

3-on-3 tag-team fighting action as players build their own perfect team, assigning unique "Assist Attacks" for each character

Simple Mode with streamlined button mapping option that allows novice players to perform moves like a pro

See the most adored characters from the Capcom and Marvel Universes brought to life in a "moving comic" style

A mix of returning characters like Spider-Man, Ryu, Wolverine, Morrigan, Iron Man, Hulk and others