Critical Gamer: TGS 2010: Marvel vs. Capcom 3 hands-on impressions

Critical Gamer writes: Capcom is a company on a mission; to make fighting games relevant to everyone. Rather than just trying to satisfy a niche audience, they have been taking steps to ensure that even casual fans of the genre can have a deep and rewarding experience. Street Fighter IV did so by taking the core of Street Fighter II, which many people were familiar with, and layering on top of that new mechanics. With the extensive tutorials, challenges, and the ability to watch replays of online matches they tried to encourage players to develop their skills. The focus was put not onto knowing how to pull off special moves, but when you should do so. Marvel vs. Capcom 3 is taking that concept to the next level with its newly announced simple mode.

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scruffy_bear2886d ago

I so want Marvel vs. Capcom 3, can't wait for Ryu vs Hulk

Mondayding2886d ago

Know what I'm holding out for? The Tekken/Street Fighter stuff. Love the idea of putting two games out with both characters in, both done in their own style. IE Tekken characters in SF style and vice versa

Cubes2886d ago

Absolutely! Both games look fantastic & after Street Fighter 4 the fighting genre's never been better supported