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Submitted by Cat 2006d ago | review

Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars - ZTGD Review

ZeroTolerance writes: The Capcom versus series has always been among the most popular in the genre. Wii owners have been denied the glory of being able to experience one of these games, or just about any good fighting games since the console's launch. Capcom is remedying that with their latest release Tatsunoko vs. Capcom. Now when you hear the name you are likely confused unless you are a huge fan of anime, specifically old-school anime. Tatsunoko is not exactly a household name anywhere outside of Japan. In fact some people thought this game would never see the light of day over here due to licensing issues. Thankfully everything worked itself out and now Wii owners have a fantastic fighting game that they can truly call their own. (Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars, Wii) 9/10

darthv72  +   2006d ago
who cannot like...
battle of the planets characters vs street fighter characters? This game looks like total win.
SpoonyRedMage  +   2006d ago
It's an awesome game, the only actual flaw is the fact that the final boss is ridiculiously difficult. Unlocking the bonus game is also diffcult.
29usd0369   2006d ago | Spam
kold stare  +   2005d ago
i cant wait to play it i'm a big fan of the capcom vs series

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