Marvel vs Capcom 3 Game Trailer
After a decade of waiting, the biggest names from the Marvel Universe clash head on with the combined might of Capcom’s best known and most feared roster of gaming characters. Powered by the mighty MT Framework engine, MARVEL VS. CAPCOM 3 delivers the best ever match up of legendary fighters and no holds barred fighting action. MARVEL VS. CAPCOM 3: Fate of Two Worlds is available on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. We have anticipated a few days playing Marvel vs. Capcom 3 after a long time with the long teeth of watching videos of it with fighting, presentations of characters, etc. His predecessor left the bar high with a team of great players (56 or more or less) and a huge fun even for people like me are not so keen on fighting games. Marvel vs. Capcom 2 was a long game that you spent time and again because this would unlock things really worth it: people. By itself, the main attraction of a fighting game is to get more and more characters using the expertise of the player, and when the skill is replaced by the wallet, the equation fails.
To make matters worse, the game suffers from a tremendous gap in terms of game modes and unacceptable flaws in the design. For starters, online games are held in rooms / lobbies where we can go with our friends and also we can open so anyone can enter. The main problem is its the same concept: the winner keeps playing, can only be one game at the same time and no spectator mode, just a ridiculous figure which is lower Aas life bars of those struggling at that time. This means that those who are not playing can spend waiting for their turn for a few minutes. Another important gap in the game that cries out to heaven, is that when there are several players on the same console, you can play online with other friends and the game only detects that a player comes out menu if you try to invite those locally on your console.
Fans of fighting games are counting the days for arrival this February 15, Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds, the next installment of one of the great dynasties of the genre. This is the sequel to one of the most successful games of this genre. A decade ago, at any location that had a machine with Marvel vs. Capcom 2 had a large group of youths caked around her. The loyalty of the fans is such that some still have their Sega Dreamcast connected to the TV with two controls ready for any challenge. On the side of Capcom game characters can expect classics such as Sir Arthur, the Knight of Ghosts n 'Goblins, Mike Haggar from Final Fight, and other more modern Dante, Devil May Cry, Zero, Mega Man X, and Viewtiful Joe, the game of the same name. While on the Marvel side, fans will have the opportunity to use characters like Thor, Deadpool, the Super Skull (who