Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds Review - VideoGamer

It's early days yet, but the opening screen of Marvel vs. Capcom 3 is a strong contender for Understatement of the Year. "This game contains sequences with rapidly flashing images," it reads, as if the visual hysteria were limited to one or two select occasions. It's not. MvC3 is a non-stop carnival of lasers, explosions and meteorological spells, orbiting a six-person orgy conducted by people in silly costumes.

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Noami2767d ago

I like the game.. but this game feels so incomplete in character quantity like mvsc2 did not.. i miss alot of character that did not make it on this game i know dlc exist but i mean you had to pay 65$ over almost ¥7,000 for and incomplete game.. i did dislike that and quite disappointing, but that's my personal opinion i know alot people have different ones.

Baka-akaB2767d ago (Edited 2767d ago )

still most of the missing chars were clones for their moveset . Hell we even had multiple versions of wolverine and Iron man .

At the very least , even if greed and dlc envy ultimately spoke , we get 18 less characters , but with many more varied ones and types in counterpart .

The game isnt incomplete imo in that regard . It still got 36 (not counting dlcs) characters wich is a lot to play with . It just got less than mvc2