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Author: pickhut
Posted: July 05, 2012 (11:58 PM)
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This is actually the first time in 12 years that I'm a little bit excited at all at possibly purchasing a Marvel vs. Capcom game. Of the three, this was the MvC game I had the most fun with when it came out. Granted, I'll probably get my ass handed to me in online if it works decently.


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Author: Sise-Neg
Posted: July 06, 2012 (08:12 PM)
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Marvel Super Heroes was the BEST Marvel fighting game, in my opinion. Loved the music and the stages, and that it was based on the Infinity War arc from Marvel comics.


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