Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 for PlayStation 3

Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3

Nov 15, 2011

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About this game

Developer: Capcom
Content Rating: Teen


In Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3, fill the shoes of legendary characters from both the Marvel and Capcom Universes --including massively popular characters such as Ryu, Wolverine, Iron Man, and Morrigan, as well as fan favorites such as Trish from Devil May Cry and the wise-cracking Deadpool. They all come to you battle in a living comic book art style powered by Capcom's MT Framework.

Critic Reviews

12 Reviews
Game TrailersNov 14, 2011
At its core, this maybe-too-soon sequel feels competent. Being able to watch online matches as a spectator while waiting for your shot is another show of goodwill, but hints of laziness here and there could still trigger resentment for value-minded fans. Disappointingly, most of the new stages are modified versions of old ones. Capcom also tries to fix what wasn’t broke by pointlessly tweaking meters and indicators, and the addition of a mode that lets you play as the slow, screen-filling boss Galactus is a throwaway novelty.
Maxwell McGeeNov 14, 2011
Ultimately, Ultimate is still a monster hiding under an attractive coat of flashy combos and familiar characters. It may feel inviting at first, but sink a little deeper, and you discover a game in which victory and defeat hinge on a fine line. It's a high-risk, high-reward system that buries you in a brightly colored light show on the slightest misstep. Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 is unquestionably the superior version, and while its feature set still feels lacking compared to other available fighters, the series' unique blend of structured insanity remains strong.
Steven HopperNov 14, 2011
If you skipped out on Marvel vs. Capcom 3 earlier this year or simply heard about the Ultimate version and opted to wait it out, you'll find a lot to love in Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3. The added characters round out the roster very nicely, bolstering the full lineup to potentially fifty. However, if you're looking for something more than added characters and stages, UMvC3 doesn't add much in the way of new features and modes, making the forty dollar price tag and retail-only package a little hard to swallow.

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