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Submitted by shaneryanTB 756d ago | review

Marvel vs. Capcom Origins review | Thunderbolt

Converting classic games to high def has been something akin to matter transporting, and after all we’ve witnessed coming out of Capcom’s HD telepods it’d seem that the concept of fly paper completely escapes the staff. With two re-releases botched, two that hold very special places in the hearts of fans, Capcom has already begun banking on the red. Nevertheless, the push into personal territory continues with the touch up of not just one, but two, cult classics.

[Stew Chyou, Thunderbolt] (Marvel vs. Capcom Origins, PS3) 8/10

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