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Submitted by killatia 819d ago | review

Magicink Gaming | Cam's Eye View License Game Month Part 3 Marvel vs and Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3

For his 3 part of license game month Cam takes a look at the popular fighting game Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 and its Ultimate version as well. (Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds, PS Vita, PS3, Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3, Xbox 360) 8/10

N4Flamers  +   819d ago
Nice review. I honestly love, I mean love umvsc3 however as a game MK trumps it completely. MK has story mode, a 300 challenge mode, tourneys, go online with a friend, and tons of unlockables. MK just has more kontent.

I think you misunderstand that Mk released the komplete edition to repackage not redesign. Its literally the same game. Its not like capcom who brings out a new edition and shuns the old one. Its like a game of the year edition.

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