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Post by Dan @ 04:34pm 22/02/11 | 2 Comments
On shelves last week for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds; the latest fighting title from genre-heavyweights Capcom, was among the year's most hotly anticipated titles, and we present it to you today in reviewed form.

Now over 10-years since the last addition in the franchise-blending fan-favourite series, MvC returns on the back of Street Fighter 4's retail and critical success, offering a huge new roster of characters.

A seasoned fighting-game fan, Chad has been giving this one a heavy workout on behalf of AusGamers and you can find out all his thoughts in this in-depth review.



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Fixah
Posted 04:49pm 22/2/11
mode but the s***tiest thing is there is no option of watching other players battles while you wait. You have to sit in a lobby watching their license cards dance about on screen with their character’s energy bars dropping. Sorry but that’s just s***, what were Capcom thinking?
I agree, and so does this guy:

jpr333
Posted 08:37pm 23/2/11
As a hardcore fighting game player this game is anything but basic lol

Fair review tho, hopefully they patch up the online stuff
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