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Marvel Vs. Capcom 2 gets ERSB rating

Monday, 13th October 2008 21:49 GMT By Mike

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NeoGAF members have discovered that Marvel Vs. Capcom 2 has received an ERSB rating for both PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

The natural assumption is that the arcade fighter will soon be making an appearance on Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network, but nothing is concrete just yet.

Thanks, Kotaku.

By Mike Bowden

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  1. cachucha

    ooh hope its soon and with multiplayer in live

    #1 6 years ago
  2. Esha

    I had the Dreamcast version of this, it made for much happy-making. With matches like Wolverine versus Megaman, how could I not?

    If it’s on the cheapish side, I’ll likely be picking this up. I can’t see them charging a lot for it though, because as fun as Marvel vs Capcom 2 was, it wasn’t Capcom’s finest hour. It was horribly imbalanced compared to the Capcom fighters that came before it, and that didn’t work in its favour. But it was fun, oh fun.

    #2 6 years ago
  3. cachucha

    I think its one of the finest fighters out there, it may be unbalanced(you could say that about any king of fighters and I would say the apposite), and as an old arcade gamer(in my country arcade were huge), it was a good succes, probably the last great arcade fighter game worldwide. With tons of characters combinations, nice graphics(just crap music), to me its a perfect fighting game.

    #3 6 years ago
  4. Esha

    Actually, I wouldn’t say that about King of Fighters but you apparently would, given the point of reference?

    Opposedly, many people I’ve known have said that Marvel vs Capcom 2 is seriously imbalanced. I used to have a fighter fanatic of a friend who cussed frequently about this, especially how Megaman was so much shorter than everyone else and could therefore pull off some really cheap victories by exploiting the game engine which didn’t quite know how to deal with short characters.

    As I said though, this doesn’t tarnish the fun factor but it doesn’t make it Street Fighter: Third Strike either, and nor should it be considered as an equal to such games. On the Capcom fighter ladder, it’s at about the same place as the Dark Stalkers games.

    It’s just a difference of opinion really, but I happen to be a long time fighting fan too so I think I’m entitled to it.

    #4 6 years ago