Posted on 19 March, 2011 by belgavion
OXCGN’s Marvel vs. Capcom 3:
Fate Of Two Worlds Review
Marvel v’s Capcom 3 gets a lot of things right, most notably, the characters
by : Belgavion
©2011 Gav Ross
With the resurgence in popularity of fighting games as well as the countless Marvel films that continue to hit the silver screen, the time is more than ripe for the first new Marvel vs. Capcom installment in more than a decade.
As anyone familiar with the franchise would already know, MvC3 is a team-based fighter where it’s always 3-on-3.
This means that not only do players need to master multiple fighters, they need to ascertain which trio work best together and, more importantly, in which order to utilise them.
Simply starting a round with your best fighter and moving onto the next once they’ve been defeated isn’t going to get you anywhere.
Who will win, Marvel or Capcom . . .
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Posted on 17 September, 2009 by darkmurder
© 2009 Noel Schneider
Marvel vs Capcom 2 returns to the Xbox Live Arcade (XBLA) as one of the true classic fighting games. Now sporting an online mode, the question is does Capcom’s classic fighter still have the legs to be a fighting powerhouse in today’s saturated market of fighter games?
The game has three possible modes of play with an arcade mode, training mode and score attack mode. Arcade mode consists of the classic play where you and two other characters from the Capcom or Marvel universe pit it out against each other. Training mode is the perfect way to master the complex moves that the game entails, whilst score attack mode allows you to battle the computer controlled characters for high scores.
• Marvel V’s Capcom 2 Gameplay
The Clash of The Titian . . . >
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Posted on 5 June, 2008 by
Iron Man – A game to give to people you hate.
© 2008 Jim McIntyre
“`You know a game is bad when you actively procrastinate playing it. I can safely say that I have never before done as much housework as I did when I had to play Iron Man. Games are meant to be enjoyable, entertaining, and most importantly fun. I’m here to tell you that I found Iron Man to be none of those things.
“`The only way you will be able to garner any sort of enjoyment that lasts longer than 20 seconds from this title, is if you happen to be 4 years old or younger. Even then you will probably want to go back to murdering hookers in GTA after 5 minutes of what I will hesitantly refer to as “game-play”.
As Tony Stark you get to fly around environments that feel very much the same, blasting foes who seem very much the same, as you attempt to accomplish objectives that are very much the same. The only thing I had fun with was flying around, but even that is swiftly tarnished by the horribly repetitive game-play this game consists of.
More review and pics after the jump:-
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