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Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter

video game review video game review video game review Video Game Review: Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter Publisher: Capcom
Category: Action, Fighting
Platform: PS1
ESRB Rating: Teen    Release Date: February 1999

Overall Rating: 3 Stars out of 4

Review by Tom Allen
3 Stars out of 4

Capcom nabs the Marvel license once again with "Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter." Let's go through this game point by point. Good: The usual options are included for difficulty, time limit, and number of round adjustment.

Good: An awesome beginner mode that lets you get away with ONE-TOUCH combos. Just hold a button and the combo comes! A four year-old can do combos now! This is a first for fighting games. Nice feature, Capcom.

Bad: The controls seem a bit slow to respond, but the frame-rate is okay. Good: There's a turbo setting.

Good: The cross-over mode allows true tag team action, where one pair fights a clone of the same pair... Ken and Capt. America vs. Capt. America and Ken, for example.

Bad: Some backdrops look like carbon copies of previous Capcom games like X-Men vs. Street Fighter. Good: The Apocalypse boss fills up the entire screen. It's been a while since games had bosses this big.

Bad: Very stupid endings are available on the easiest setting. We got the ending for Zangief. Are these the real endings or are they just teasers? If they're teasers, Capcom should've cut them out or given us more. If they're actual endings, Capcom needs therapy. Our bet is the former. All in all, this game requires true skill, so fighting purists will be happy.

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