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Submitted by kragg 740d ago | review

Marvel vs. Capcom Origins Review | Splitkick.com

Splitkick: Most of the Marvel vs. Capcom catalog has been lost in time. Trapped in arcade machines and inferior console ports, playing anything older than Marvel vs. Capcom 2 in its original form is mostly an exercise in futility. Capcom’s latest fighting game re-release, Marvel vs. Capcom Origins, aims to address that. (Marvel vs. Capcom Origins, PS3, Xbox 360) 6/10

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