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Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter (1997)

When the danger of Apocalypse grows, the Street Fighters and the X-Men enlist the rest of the Marvel universe to help.

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Tetsuya Iwanaga ...
Ken Masters (voice)
Yûko Miyamura ...
Chun-Li (voice)
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Zangief / Mech Zangief (voice)
Tomomichi Nishimura ...
M. Bison / Akuma / Cyber-Akuma (voice)
Osamu Hosoi ...
Dan Hibiki (voice)
Yûko Sasamoto ...
Sakura Kasugano / Dark Sakura (voice)
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Hulk (voice)
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Ryu / Shadow (voice)
Yoshiharu Yamada ...
Dhalsim (voice)
Cathal J. Dodd ...
Wolverine / Captain America / U.S. Agent (voice) (as Cathal Dodd)
Frank Perry ...
Shuma-Gorath (voice)
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Blackheart / Mephisto (voice) (as Jaimz Woolvet)
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Omega Red (voice)
Lorne Kennedy ...
Apocalypse (voice)
Norm Spencer ...
Cyclops (voice)
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When the danger of Apocalypse grows, the Street Fighters and the X-Men enlist the rest of the Marvel universe to help.

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This is the 25th game to be released for the Capcom Play System-II. See more »

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Followed by Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds (2011) See more »

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A pathetic excuse for a fighting game!

I rented this game expecting another great capcom game, and I was disappointed! All that it is is 'x-men vs street fighter' repackaged, a few new characters, and they try to rip it off as a new game! It has the same moves, same bad guys and same backgrounds! It might be worth a shot if you have never played 'x men vs street fighter' but if you have, avoid this one! You will be furious at it!


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