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Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds (2011)

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Doctor Doom has assembled the greatest villains of the Marvel Universe and has joined forces with Albert Wesker in order to unite their respective universes in an effort to conquer both.

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Hiroki Takahashi ... Ryu (voice)
... Chun-Li (voice)
Hiroki Touchi ... Chris Redfield (voice)
... Albert Wesker (voice)
... Viewtiful Joe (voice)
... Dante (voice)
... Trish (voice)
Takaya Kuroda ... Nathan Spencer (voice)
... Arthur (voice)
... Zero (voice)
... Tron Bonne (voice) (as Mayumi Iizuka)
Rie Tanaka ... Morrigan Aensland (voice)
Kana Asumi ... Felicia (voice)
Mie Sonozaki ... Crimson Viper (voice)
Taketora ... Gouki (voice)
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Doctor Doom has assembled the greatest villains of the Marvel Universe and has joined forces with Albert Wesker in order to unite their respective universes in an effort to conquer both.

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Dormammu: [after defeating Dante] As you can see, not all demons are created equal. Stick to fighting Mundus, boy.
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Pretty good fighting game
14 October 2013 | by See all my reviews

So here is basically your standard 2-Dimensional fighting game along the lines of Street Fighter or Mortal Kombat. Except this time it is characters from the Marvel comic book label and the video game company of Capcom. So naturally, because I like Arcade-style fighting games as much as the next gamer so this actually does things well. Because I never played a Capcom game I enjoyed trying out some of those characters and looking through what they can do. Some of them look really advertising for me to play some of the games they come from while others... Are just the opposite. The gameplay is fun and unlike Thor God Of Thunder, when you select "Easy" it actually is easy instead of being hard to the point of ridiculousness. But aside from that I really can't talk that much about a game that literally is about fighting. This might be nostalgic for some but if you didn't live in the era of the 2 Dimensional fighting game (which I didn't) then this can also be fun to play.


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