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#31 The Dead Texan

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Posted 23 April 2011 - 08:54 AM

Mvc2 is eternal. No fighting game has ever come close to it's complexity and deep engine. It is a game that requires not only skill in execution, but very strong mind games and a heightened sense of awareness. Street fighter bows down to it.

*I apologize if this comes off as trolling, but I try to back up my statements with sound logic and reasoning.


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#32 darkitachi

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Posted 23 April 2011 - 08:58 AM

What's so funny specialist? =)

#33 HisDivineOrder

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Posted 23 April 2011 - 10:13 AM

Everyone who says they will wait for a new "complete" version are just ill informed. Yes Capcom has done similar things with the Street Fighter series but not with every game they put out. If you choose to wait for a version of the game that doesn't exist yet, fine, but don't discourage other from playing a good game now in hope of a better version down the line.



Street Fighter 2, Street Fighter 2 Championship Edition, Street Fighter 2: Hyper Edition, Super Street Fighter 2, Super Street Fighter 2: Somethingsomething...

Haha, I still remember how many times they re-released Street Fighter 2. Capcom's not changed since the old days. They'll milk anything people are willing to keep paying for.

I would totally go back and play a 10 year old fighter when there was an updated version thats just as fun and has the same features if not more, but hey thats just me.



If the 10 year old fighter is a helluva lot cheaper and apparently is "just as fun," then well yeah, I'd probably just play the old one I'm used to. ;) Plus, I'm pretty sure lacking a number of characters is more than a small amount of missing in MvC3.

Newer is not always better.

Anyways, I'm waiting for this one to hit $15-20, then I'll get it. Just too much taken from the classic game for anyone to pay $40-60 for imo.

#34 The Dead Texan

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Posted 23 April 2011 - 10:30 AM

Street Fighter 2, Street Fighter 2 Championship Edition, Street Fighter 2: Hyper Edition, Super Street Fighter 2, Super Street Fighter 2: Somethingsomething...

Haha, I still remember how many times they re-released Street Fighter 2. Capcom's not changed since the old days. They'll milk anything people are willing to keep paying for.


There's never been a "Super" version in the VS series. If anything I'd expect a GOTY version with the DLC characters on disc somewhere down the line, but the same can be said about virtually every game released nowadays. The only thing close to Super was when CvS 1 & 2 were released on different platforms.


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#35 AwRy108

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Posted 23 April 2011 - 11:45 AM

Mvc2 is eternal. No fighting game has ever come close to it's complexity and deep engine. It is a game that requires not only skill in execution, but very strong mind games and a heightened sense of awareness. Street fighter bows down to it.

*I apologize if this comes off as trolling, but I try to back up my statements with sound logic and reasoning.


You, Sir or Ms., are a very confused individual. So much so that I can see it's not even worth the time to further debate this with you. Have fun in your little world. :roll:

#36 Enuf

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Posted 23 April 2011 - 11:53 AM

but at least I got a $15 gift card out of the deal at TRU.

I got it day 1 $45 @ BB with a pm of the same TRU offer so I can't complain been playing it alot. Will get a decent TIV for it to put towards the complete edition whatever they will call it.

But anybody can get it for $30 now @ TRU if you another $60 game to go with the b1g1 50% off. Chances are you still should be able to get $25-$30 for it if you don't like it.

If MK sales blow MVC3's out maybe this will change capcom's strategy down the line.

#37 mrbomb

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Posted 23 April 2011 - 02:05 PM

If the 10 year old fighter is a helluva lot cheaper and apparently is "just as fun," then well yeah, I'd probably just play the old one I'm used to. ;) Plus, I'm pretty sure lacking a number of characters is more than a small amount of missing in MvC3.

Newer is not always better.

Anyways, I'm waiting for this one to hit $15-20, then I'll get it. Just too much taken from the classic game for anyone to pay $40-60 for imo.


All pricing aside the game isn't god awful like most people say, and even though it doesn't have a big roster of characters the ones chosen are pretty sweet (Mike fuckin Haggar).
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#38 oasisboy

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Posted 23 April 2011 - 02:58 PM

Waiting for the Super Deluxe Mega Ultra version with DLC characters and new play modes.

Give me Megaman and Ken please!!!!
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#39 agentcoop007

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Posted 23 April 2011 - 03:13 PM

Been very tempted by this as i'm much more of a MvC guy then a MK guy, i'd love to hear more feedback between the two
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#40 mrbomb

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Posted 23 April 2011 - 03:52 PM

Been very tempted by this as i'm much more of a MvC guy then a MK guy, i'd love to hear more feedback between the two


MK is definitely worth full price since it has soooo much stuff to do (awesome story mode, 300 challenges, etc) and plays like the old school ones (its on a 2d plane). MvC3 is fun (plays like a mix between Tatsunoko vs Capcom and MvC2) but your basically going to be buying it for arcade and versus. If you want more bang for your buck go with MK, I own them both though.
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#41 Naramie

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Posted 23 April 2011 - 04:41 PM

All I know is I paid extra for Street Fighter IV to get the Collector's Edition with the crappy Anime movie, Cheap Plastic Figurine and free DLC Brawler costume pack. When Super Street Fighter IV came out, they gave away the DLC Brawler costume pack for free. Slap in the face one. So I'm like you know I'll buy Super Street Fighter IV and be done with it all, months later they announce Arcade Edition... I'm like you are you serious, bro? Definitely the last Capcom game I buy for a while.

Then I hear about Marvel Vs. Capcom 3, I enjoyed playing MVC2 back in the day. I was tempted to buy it but remember what they did with SF4. A few months later I'm seeing that they're pulling the same type of crap.

#42 The Dead Texan

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Posted 23 April 2011 - 08:42 PM

That sounds like a real shame, bro.

#43 elessar123

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Posted 23 April 2011 - 09:08 PM

Mvc2 is eternal. No fighting game has ever come close to it's complexity and deep engine. It is a game that requires not only skill in execution, but very strong mind games and a heightened sense of awareness. Street fighter bows down to it.

*I apologize if this comes off as trolling, but I try to back up my statements with sound logic and reasoning.


lol... MvC2 has one of the simplest engines, which is why it was so popular. If you want a complex game, go learn Tekken, Arcana Heart, BlazBlue, Guilty Gear... pretty much most other fighting games.

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#44 darkitachi

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Posted 23 April 2011 - 11:38 PM

lol... MvC2 has one of the simplest engines, which is why it was so popular. If you want a complex game, go learn Tekken, Arcana Heart, BlazBlue, Guilty Gear... pretty much most other fighting games.


It was easy to pick up, but certainly not master. Tekken, and blazblue are great! I find that street fighter players (because of its popularity) believe that mvc2 is far inferior, but it is those same players who can't hold a candle to the mvc2 players while players that play mvc2 can play street fighter quite well. do you play mvc2, and are you any good?

#45 Strider Turbulence

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Posted 24 April 2011 - 12:52 AM

MvC2 and Alpha 3 (when played at a high level) are pretty much the most advanced and complex fighters Capcom ever put out.

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#46 The Dead Texan

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Posted 24 April 2011 - 01:19 AM

V-ism ruined any chance of balance in Alpha 3.

#47 elessar123

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Posted 24 April 2011 - 02:33 AM

MvC2 and Alpha 3 (when played at a high level) are pretty much the most advanced and complex fighters Capcom ever put out.


Don't disagree with you there. But I do disagree that MvC2 is the most complex of fighters, like someone else was suggesting.

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