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Heroes from two disparate publishers come together for three-on-three brawls in this continuation of the Marvel vs. Capcom tag-team fighting series. Projectile attacks, slams, jump kicks, punches, and over-the-top "hyper" combos are all possible with your choice of 32 characters. Representing Marvel are Iron Man, Deadpool, Storm, Magneto, Spider-Man, Captain America, Thor, Hulk, She-Hulk, Doctor Doom, Wolverine, Super-Skrull, X-23, Phoenix, M.O.D.O.K., and Dormammu.

Characters lifted from Capcom's vaults include Mike Haggar, Viewtiful Joe, Dante, Ryu, Morrigan, Chris Redfield, Felicia, Chun-Li, Trish, Amaterasu, Tron Bonne, Wesker, Nathan Spencer, Zero, Crimson Viper, and Arthur. A simple mode lets those new to the series perform combos with a single button press, while other difficulty settings require more intricate controls but rewards players with more attacks to choose from. Marvel vs. Capcom 3 also includes online support in a number of tournament-style play modes.

Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds -- Special Edition includes a number of bonuses in addition to the game. The packaging features a steelbook case featuring exclusive artwork, a one-month subscription to Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited, an exclusive 12-page comic book, and a voucher for two additional playable characters, available via digital download: Jill Valentine and Shuma Gorath.

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GameMarvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds -- Special Edition

Key Features
PlatformXbox 360

Tech Details
ESRB DescriptorMild Language, Partial Nudity, Sexual Themes, Violence
Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
Number of Players1-8
Release Year2011
Game Special Features
  • Master the all-new team aerial combo battle system

  • Features a "living comic book art style" that combines elements of 2D and 3D visuals

  • Pick your team from an assortment of new characters, including Thor, Deadpool, Chris Redfield, and Dante

  • Game SeriesMarvel vs. Capcom Series

    eBay Product ID: EPID97026251

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    Created: 02/16/11

    MvC3 changes the fighting genre for the better!

    Graphics: 4/5
    Sound: 5/5
    Controls: 5/5
    Gameplay: 4/5
    Replay: 5/5
    Overall: 4.5/5

    Graphics: 4/5
    The graphics are very good in this game. The 3D art style transposed to a 2D game is once again well done by Capcom. The frame rate and the smoothness of this game is very impressive, which is key in a fighting game. I went into the game with low expectations (considering that the last MvC game was released 10 years ago). The in-game rendering, images, and colors really put you into the game. It moves so fast that you really don’t see the flaws unless you are looking for them. The most interesting thing that this game does well are the special aerial-combos and the tag animations, and the animations of the hyper combos (especially a level 3 finish). The shadows, lighting effects, and motions are good, and get you into the game. The charm is the comic art style, yet it is not as detailed as Super Street Fighter 4.

    Sound: 5/5
    What gives this game a 4/5 in the sound department is the soundtrack, the speech, and the sound effects. A lot of care and love went into making sure there was an impact when hits were made. The voice acting is superb and it really brings back the days of the arcade from Marvel vs. Capcom 1 + 2.

    Controls: 5/5
    Marvel vs. Capcom 3 is easy to pick up and play if you are new to the fighting genre, yet deep enough that you can make it as complex (for you veterans) as you wish. As an example, let’s compare the control schemes between Marvel vs. Capcom 3 and Street Fighter 4. Having a Tournament Edition stick from the release of Street Fighter 4, it is the same layout and button configuration as the MvC3 Tournament Edition stick. In using this stick with this game, I am starting to prefer using the standard controller that comes with the system. You can tell the developers wanted as much adoption as possible to this game, and made it nice with the button layout and intuitive to use, especially in the heat of the moment. I must say that compared to a traditional fighting game, the standard controller may be better than the fight stick, and is the way to go for this title – however, it is up to the users preference.

    Gameplay: 4/5
    Let me start by saying that when playing this game with a friend, there is nothing better. I have logged in 6 hours so far in the game, and only stopped because of work and sleep. This is a fun multiplayer game. However, if you have to go it solo, this is still a fun experience. This game can be completed in about 4-8 hours (depending on skill level and difficulty setting) to unlock everything, but it is an enjoyable experience. It is a through back to some fun gaming without the serious overtones found in many games. The reason it isn’t perfect is because playing online can sometimes be brutal, especially if new to the scene.

    Replay Value – 5/5
    This is a great game, and a fun game, to play. The game is not too serious, and an awesome title that has been 10 years in the making. Though it is a shift from the standard fighting genre and control layout (as well as complexity), it is a must have in my book. All this being said, this was an enjoyable playing experience, especially in co-op mode/on-line mode, to play... and I have many more hours that I know I am going to invest in this title. All I can say is that if you disregarded this game because of it being a fighting game, or the because of the new control scheme, please take anothe

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    Created: 04/13/11


    Special edition is awesome this game is for the comic fans and fighting genre lovers alike. Although theskillset is easier than usual fighting games which dissapointed me, the gameplay is fun and there seems to be many different combos althought the skill level to use them has been lowered. 100% worh the price

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    Created: 04/10/11

    Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds (SE)

    I like the graphics and the way dialogue is character specific. I disliked that all of the characters from previous Marvel vs. Capcom games are not available for play (I would have liked more characters to have been available in the game or at least via download. Examples, playable final villains, Silver Surfer, Thanos, Venom, Colossus, Dahlsim, Dee Jay, Zangief, M. Bison to name some). Plus, Chun Li's ending is an obvious error.

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    Created: 02/24/11

    Great Value!!!

    This is a must have for any Fighting genre video gamer in general! It is nice to finally see a decent price range for a collectors edition :)

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    Created: 03/01/11

    Great Accessible Fighter

    This game is incredibly accessible, but in a good way. I played Super Street Fighter IV, and picked up a lot of skills that i carried into this game, and chaining together combos is incredibly fun. The only problem is the shoddy online, and hopefully Capcom will fix this, and add some more modes through dlc rather than have us pay for another game like they always do. Anyway, if your not sure if you'll like this game, try renting it, but if this is your first fighter, and your willing to put in the effort in training mode and arcade, the rewards of kicking a human opponent from side to side on the screen is priceless. Excellent fighting game.

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