History VideoGame / MarvelSuperheroesVsStreetFighter

6th May '16 1:22:11 PM santos32
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** Mephisto has a few winquotes exclusive to him while adding fire effects to some of his moves.

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** Mephisto has a few winquotes exclusive to him while adding fire effects to some of his moves.moves, which are based on his son Blackheart.



** Shadow is unique in that he is a palette swap of Charlie, who was not retained from his appearance in the first game.

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** Shadow is unique in that he is a palette swap of Charlie, who was not retained from his appearance in the first XMenVsStreetFighter. His moves have altered properties compared to Charlie's in that game.
5th May '16 11:55:51 PM GoldenSeals
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* OriginalGeneration: Norimaro. To a much lesser extent, Cyber-Akuma could count as well, being a variant created only for their sole appearance.

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* OriginalGeneration: Norimaro. To a much lesser extent, Cyber-Akuma could count as well, Cyber-Akuma, being a variant created only for their sole appearance.
16th Nov '15 2:43:25 AM X2X
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-->''"Are you ready, True Believers? Capcom and Marvel have joined forces once again to bring you..."''\\

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-->''"Are you ready, [[Creator/StanLee True Believers? Believers]]? Capcom and Marvel have joined forces once again to bring you..."''\\



The Marvel roster retained ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} and ComicBook/{{Cyclops}} (and brought back [[Franchise/XMen Omega Red]] from ''[[VideoGame/XMenChildrenOfTheAtom Children of the Atom]]'') and was extended with ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, Franchise/SpiderMan, [[ComicBook/DoctorStrange Shuma-Gorath]], ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk, and [[ComicBook/GhostRider Blackheart]]. The ''Franchise/StreetFighter'' side was pretty much left alone, with the exceptions of [[VideoGame/StreetFighterII Cammy]] and [[VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha Charlie]] (who were replaced by [[VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha Dan and Sakura]]). The game also featured a number of hidden [[PaletteSwap character variants]], such as [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica U.S. Agent]], [[ComicBook/GhostRider Mephisto]], an armored Spider-Man, and an alternate version of [[VideoGame/StreetFighterII Zangief]], Mecha Zangief, that couldn't block but had hyper armor (i.e. [[ImmuneToFlinching he was immune to hitstun]]) and could [[BreathWeapon breathe fire]] -- as well as Shadow (the result of Charlie being subjected to horrific experiments by Bison). The Japanese version also had an exclusive {{original|character}}: Norimaro, a JokeCharacter [[NoCelebritiesWereHarmed based on]] Japanese comedian Noritake Kinashi.

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The Marvel roster retained ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} and ComicBook/{{Cyclops}} (and brought back [[Franchise/XMen Omega Red]] from ''[[VideoGame/XMenChildrenOfTheAtom Children of the Atom]]'') and was extended with ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, Franchise/SpiderMan, [[ComicBook/DoctorStrange Shuma-Gorath]], ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk, and [[ComicBook/GhostRider Blackheart]].Blackheart]], all of whom were last seen in ''VideoGame/MarvelSuperHeroes''. The ''Franchise/StreetFighter'' side was pretty much left alone, with the exceptions of [[VideoGame/StreetFighterII Cammy]] and [[VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha Charlie]] (who were replaced by [[VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha Dan and Sakura]]). The game also featured a number of hidden [[SecretCharacter hidden]] [[PaletteSwap character variants]], such as [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica U.S. Agent]], [[ComicBook/GhostRider Mephisto]], an armored Spider-Man, and an alternate version of [[VideoGame/StreetFighterII Zangief]], Mecha Zangief, that couldn't block but had hyper armor (i.e. [[ImmuneToFlinching he was immune to hitstun]]) and could [[BreathWeapon breathe fire]] -- as well as Shadow (the result of Charlie being subjected to horrific experiments by Bison). The Japanese version also had an exclusive {{original|character}}: Norimaro, a JokeCharacter [[NoCelebritiesWereHarmed based on]] Japanese comedian Noritake Kinashi.



** Mephisto/Blackheart's Armageddon summons a meteor storm to the battlefield.

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** Mephisto/Blackheart's Blackheart/Mephisto's Armageddon summons a meteor storm to the battlefield.



* FireBreathingDiner: Mecha Zangief had a move where he spewed blue fire.

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* FireBreathingDiner: Mecha Zangief had has a move where he spewed spews blue fire.



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Averted. Norimaro was supposed to have a [[AssShove "Kancho"]] throw in the Japanese port of the game, but when Marvel found out about it, it was promptly removed. [[http://tcrf.net/Marvel_Super_Heroes_vs._Street_Fighter_(Arcade) More details here.]]

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Averted. Norimaro was supposed to have a [[AssShove "Kancho"]] ''[[AssShove kancho]]'' throw in the Japanese port of the game, but when Marvel found out about it, it was promptly removed. [[http://tcrf.net/Marvel_Super_Heroes_vs._Street_Fighter_(Arcade) More details here.]]



* {{Leitmotif}}: A notable aversion. Like ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIII'', which was released previously that year, ''none'' of the Street Fighters retained [[BootstrappedTheme their iconic themes]] from ''II'' and ''Alpha'', instead being given new music for this game. On the Marvel side, only Spidey, Cap, Omega Red, and Shuma would keep their themes from previous outings (though Shuma received a remix of his ''Marvel Super Heroes'' theme as opposed to a simple re-arrangement). This was mostly amended in [[VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcomClashOfSuperHeroes the following game]] and completely reversed by the time of ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3''.

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* {{Leitmotif}}: A notable aversion. Like ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIII'', which was released previously that year, ''none'' of the Street Fighters retained [[BootstrappedTheme their iconic themes]] from ''II'' and ''Alpha'', instead being given new music for this game. On the Marvel side, only Spidey, Cap, Omega Red, Shuma, and Shuma Blackheart would keep their themes from previous outings (though Shuma received a remix of his ''Marvel Super Heroes'' theme as opposed to a simple re-arrangement). This was mostly amended in [[VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcomClashOfSuperHeroes the following game]] and completely reversed by the time of ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3''.



** Mephisto has a few win-quotes exclusive to him while adding fire effects to some of his moves.

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** Mephisto has a few win-quotes winquotes exclusive to him while adding fire effects to some of his moves.
10th Nov '15 3:17:52 AM X2X
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-->''Are you ready, True Believers? Capcom and Marvel have joined forces once again to bring you...''\\
''IT'S '''MARVEL SUPER HEROES VS. STREET FIGHTER'''!''

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-->''Are -->''"Are you ready, True Believers? Capcom and Marvel have joined forces once again to bring you...''\\
''IT'S
"''\\
''"IT'S
'''MARVEL SUPER HEROES VS. STREET FIGHTER'''!''FIGHTER'''!"''



''VideoGame/XMenVsStreetFighter'' was a huge hit, and in 1997, Capcom followed it up with '''''Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter'''''.

The Marvel roster retained Wolverine and Cyclops (and brought back Omega Red from ''[=CotA=]'') and was extended with CaptainAmerica, {{Spider-Man}}, [[Comicbook/DoctorStrange Shuma-Gorath]], Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk and Blackheart. The ''StreetFighter'' side was pretty much left alone, with the exceptions of Cammy and Charlie (who were replaced by Dan and Sakura). The game also featured a number of hidden [[PaletteSwap character variants]], such as U.S. Agent, Mephisto, an armored Spider-Man, and a Zangief that couldn't block but was never hit-stunned - as well as Shadow (the result of Charlie being subjected to horrific experiments by Bison). The Japanese version also had an exclusive [[OriginalGeneration original]] character: Norimaro, a JokeCharacter [[NoCelebritiesWereHarmed based on]] Japanese comedian Noritake Kinashi.

The gameplay remained mostly the same as the previous game in fact even using the same backgrounds only remixed. Theres also the addition of being able to call your partner in for an attack without switching out.

Apocalypse is still featured as a boss fight, but instead of fighting your partner after defeating him, the final fight is now against Cyber-Akuma, a version of Akuma who appears to have been somehow transported from this continuity's Age of Apocalypse timeline after having been turn into one of his Horsemen.

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''VideoGame/XMenVsStreetFighter'' was a huge hit, and in 1997, Capcom Creator/{{Capcom}} followed it up with '''''Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter'''''.

The Marvel roster retained Wolverine ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} and Cyclops ComicBook/{{Cyclops}} (and brought back [[Franchise/XMen Omega Red Red]] from ''[=CotA=]'') ''[[VideoGame/XMenChildrenOfTheAtom Children of the Atom]]'') and was extended with CaptainAmerica, {{Spider-Man}}, [[Comicbook/DoctorStrange ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, Franchise/SpiderMan, [[ComicBook/DoctorStrange Shuma-Gorath]], Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk, and Blackheart. [[ComicBook/GhostRider Blackheart]]. The ''StreetFighter'' ''Franchise/StreetFighter'' side was pretty much left alone, with the exceptions of Cammy [[VideoGame/StreetFighterII Cammy]] and Charlie [[VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha Charlie]] (who were replaced by [[VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha Dan and Sakura). Sakura]]). The game also featured a number of hidden [[PaletteSwap character variants]], such as [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica U.S. Agent, Mephisto, Agent]], [[ComicBook/GhostRider Mephisto]], an armored Spider-Man, and a Zangief an alternate version of [[VideoGame/StreetFighterII Zangief]], Mecha Zangief, that couldn't block but had hyper armor (i.e. [[ImmuneToFlinching he was never hit-stunned - immune to hitstun]]) and could [[BreathWeapon breathe fire]] -- as well as Shadow (the result of Charlie being subjected to horrific experiments by Bison). The Japanese version also had an exclusive [[OriginalGeneration original]] character: {{original|character}}: Norimaro, a JokeCharacter [[NoCelebritiesWereHarmed based on]] Japanese comedian Noritake Kinashi.

The gameplay remained mostly the same as the previous game in fact game, even using the same backgrounds from ''X-Men vs. Street Fighter'', only remixed. Theres also the addition of being able {{remixed|Level}}. This game additionally allowed players to call your their partner in for an attack without [[SwitchOutMove switching out.

out]], which would become a staple element of the ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom'' series.

Apocalypse is still featured as a boss fight, but instead of fighting your partner after defeating him, the final fight is now against Cyber-Akuma, [[{{Cyborg}} Cyber-Akuma]], a [[ShapedLikeItself cybernetic]] version of Akuma who appears to have been somehow transported from this continuity's Age of Apocalypse ''ComicBook/AgeOfApocalypse'' timeline after having been turn turned into one of his Horsemen.



* AGodAmI:
** M. Bison. His ending has him using the same technology used in Cyber-Akuma to make [[spoiler:Cyber-Charlie]], and Bison orders him to destroy everything at will. Also, one of his winquotes:
--> ''"I shall rule all in this pathetic world!"''
** Shuma-Gorath. His ending has him starting to multiply, taking the universe with him. There's also this winquote:
--> ''"I am the eye of the storm to come!"''
** In tone with his character, Apocalypse:
--> ''"I alone prevail... You cannot stop me!"''
--> ''"I am eternal. None can withstand me."''
--> ''"I am eternal. You did not stand a chance, fool!"''
--> ''"I create history your grandchildren will read!"''
--> ''"I was the first. And I alone will be the last!"''
** One of Blackheart's winquotes:
--> ''"I shall rule the universe with my power!"''
* AllJustADream: Ken's ending. Ryu wakes him up before their training, and Ken notes a strange dream he had fighting alongside super heroes. Helps explain [[PowerCreepPowerSeep why he wasn't killed as soon as a Marvel hero hit him with any of their super powers.]]
* AWinnerIsYou: None of the secret characters get a proper ending, at least in the English version.

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* AGodAmI:
** M. Bison. His ending has him using the same technology used in Cyber-Akuma to make [[spoiler:Cyber-Charlie]], and Bison orders him to destroy everything at will. Also, one of his winquotes:
--> ''"I shall rule all in this pathetic world!"''
** Shuma-Gorath. His ending has him starting to multiply, taking the universe with him. There's also this winquote:
--> ''"I am the eye of the storm to come!"''
** In tone with his character, Apocalypse:
--> ''"I alone prevail... You cannot stop me!"''
--> ''"I am eternal. None can withstand me."''
--> ''"I am eternal. You did not stand a chance, fool!"''
--> ''"I create history your grandchildren will read!"''
--> ''"I was the first. And I alone will be the last!"''
** One of Blackheart's winquotes:
--> ''"I shall rule the universe with my power!"''
* AllJustADream: Ken's ending. Ryu wakes him up before their training, and Ken notes a strange dream he had fighting alongside super heroes. superheroes. Helps explain [[PowerCreepPowerSeep why he wasn't killed as soon as a Marvel hero hit him with any of their super powers.]]
superpowers]].
* AWinnerIsYou: None of the secret characters get a proper ending, at least in the English version.AnnouncerChatter: "'''WELCOME TO THE ADVENTURE!!!'''"



* AnnouncerChatter: '''WELCOME TO THE ADVENTURE!!!'''



--> '''Akuma''': ''[[AboveGoodAndEvil There is no good or evil, only Akuma.]]''
--> '''Cyber-Akuma''': ''There is no greater power than me...''

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--> '''Akuma''': '''Akuma:''' ''[[AboveGoodAndEvil There "There is no good or evil, only Akuma.]]''
"]]''
--> '''Cyber-Akuma''': ''There '''Cyber-Akuma:''' ''[[SNKBoss "There is no greater power than me...''"]]''



* BloodKnight: Akuma. It gets worse with his Cyber-self:

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* BloodKnight: Akuma. It gets worse with his Cyber-self:Cyber self:



--> '''Norimaro:''' ''I've only got a quarter! ...Sorry!''
* ButForMeItWasTuesday: Omega Red's ending has [[spoiler:him killing Ryu offscreen, and Ken is kneeling next to his corpse]].
--> [[spoiler:'''Ken''': ''How many lives have you ended?'']]
--> [[spoiler:'''Omega Red''': ''[[Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure Do you count the number of breaths you've taken?]]'']]
--> [[spoiler:(Cue Ken's offscreen death)]]

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--> '''Norimaro:''' ''I've ''"I've only got a quarter! ...Sorry!''
Sorry!"''
* ButForMeItWasTuesday: Omega Red's ending has [[spoiler:him killing Ryu offscreen, off-screen, and Ken is kneeling next to his corpse]].
--> [[spoiler:'''Ken''': ''How [[spoiler:'''Ken:''' ''"How many lives have you ended?'']]
ended?"'']]
--> [[spoiler:'''Omega Red''': Red:''' ''[[Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure Do "Do you count the number of breaths you've taken?]]'']]
taken?"]]'']]
--> [[spoiler:(Cue [[spoiler:(''cue Ken's offscreen death)]]off-screen death'')]]



*** The [[LargeHam Announcer]] even gets in on the fun by announcing the Hyper Combos used to win a match. Hearing the announcer yell '''SHINKUUTATSUMAKISENPUUKYAKUUUU''' at the end of a match [[CrowningMomentOfFunny has to be heard to be believed]].

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*** The [[LargeHam Announcer]] even gets in on the fun by announcing the Hyper Combos used to win a match. Hearing the announcer yell '''SHINKUUTATSUMAKISENPUUKYAKUUUU''' at the end of a match [[CrowningMomentOfFunny [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments has to be heard to be believed]].



* CombinationAttack: Double Supers.

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* CombinationAttack: Double Supers.Hypers.



--> '''Dan:''' ''I will put the big hurt on you!''
--> '''Apocalypse:''' ''Who are you, posturing idiot?!''

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--> '''Dan:''' ''I ''"I will put the big hurt on you!''
you!"''
--> '''Apocalypse:''' ''Who ''"Who are you, posturing idiot?!''idiot?!"''



* GeniusBruiser: The Hulk, where he's in the guise of the Merged Hulk/Professor persona. (remember, The Green Scar from ''Planet Hulk'' and ''WorldWarHulk'' had yet to be created at the time)
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Averted. Norimaro was supposed to have a "Kancho" throw in the Japanese port of the game, but when Marvel found out about it, it was promptly removed. More details [[http://tcrf.net/Marvel_Super_Heroes_vs._Street_Fighter_(Arcade) here.]]

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* GeniusBruiser: The Hulk, where he's in the guise of the Merged Hulk/Professor persona. (remember, The (The Green Scar from ''Planet Hulk'' and ''WorldWarHulk'' [[ComicBook/PlanetHulk had yet to be be]] [[ComicBook/WorldWarHulk created at the time)
time]].)
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Averted. Norimaro was supposed to have a "Kancho" [[AssShove "Kancho"]] throw in the Japanese port of the game, but when Marvel found out about it, it was promptly removed. More details [[http://tcrf.net/Marvel_Super_Heroes_vs._Street_Fighter_(Arcade) More details here.]]



* AGodAmI:
** M. Bison. His ending has him using the same technology used in Cyber-Akuma to make [[spoiler:Cyber-Charlie]], and Bison orders him to destroy everything at will. Also, one of his winquotes:
--> ''"I shall rule all in this pathetic world!"''
** Shuma-Gorath. His ending has him starting to multiply, taking the universe with him. There's also this winquote:
--> ''"I am the eye of the storm to come!"''
** In tone with his character, Apocalypse:
--> ''"I alone prevail... You cannot stop me!"''
--> ''"I am eternal. None can withstand me."''
--> ''"I am eternal. You did not stand a chance, fool!"''
--> ''"I create history your grandchildren will read!"''
--> ''"I was the first. And I alone will be the last!"''
** One of Blackheart's winquotes:
--> ''"I shall rule the universe with my power!"''



--> '''(Against Apocalypse) :''' ''Hulk hates Apocalypse! HULK SMASH!''

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--> '''(Against Apocalypse) :''' ''Hulk (''against Apocalypse'') ''"Hulk hates Apocalypse! HULK SMASH!''SMASH!"''



** Mecha-Zangief, a cybernetic version of Zangief. While not a proper Mecha, this version of Zangief [[TheJuggernaut couldn't flinch and took reduced damage]] from pretty much any attack. He could also use a [[PlayingWithFire fiery]] [[BreathWeapon breath]] attack as Mech-Zangief, the Siberian Breath, similar to Dhalsim's Yoga Blast. The downside is his inability to block in this form.
** Cyber Akuma, (Mecha Gouki in Japan) a roboticized version created by Apocalypse, as the game's final boss. He's a more powerful and faster Akuma that possess the greatest attack and defense of any character in the game, and comes complete with mechanical wings and {{rocket punch}}es.

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** Mecha-Zangief, Mecha Zangief, a cybernetic version of Zangief. While not a proper Mecha, mecha, this version of Zangief [[ImmuneToFlinching couldn't flinch]] [[TheJuggernaut couldn't flinch and took reduced damage]] from pretty much any attack. He could also use a [[PlayingWithFire fiery]] [[BreathWeapon breath]] attack as Mech-Zangief, the Siberian Breath, similar to Dhalsim's Yoga Blast. The downside is his inability to block in this form.
** Cyber Akuma, Akuma (Mecha Gouki in Japan) Japan), a roboticized version created by Apocalypse, as the game's final boss. He's a more powerful and faster Akuma that possess the greatest attack and defense of any character in the game, and comes complete with mechanical wings and {{rocket punch}}es. He can fire two Zankuu Hadoukens while midair, much like Shin Akuma, and can also perform an ''aerial'' [[strike:Shun Goku Satsu]] Shining Gou Shock, something that wouldn't be seen again in ''Street Fighter''-related media until the introduction of Oni in 2012's ''Super VideoGame/StreetFighterIV: Arcade Edition''.



* {{Leitmotif}}: A notable aversion. Like ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIII'', which was released previously that year, ''none'' of the Street Fighters retained [[BootstrappedTheme their iconic themes]] from ''II'' and ''Alpha'', instead being given new music for this game. On the Marvel side, only Spidey, Cap, Omega Red, and Shuma would keep their themes from previous outings (though Shuma received a remix of his ''Marvel Super Heroes'' theme as opposed to a simple re-arrangement). This was mostly amended in [[VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcomClashOfSuperHeroes the following game]] and completely reversed by the time of ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3''.



* MadlibsDialogue:
** Beat the game to get dialogue like this before the character endings: "We make a great team (insert name here)", "We shall meet again (insert name here)".
** It also has another form of it present via the [[CombinationAttack Team Hyper]] finishes: winning a match with one combines their names together which is then displayed in a huge font. The name is tweaked depending on who was the point character at the time. For example, performing a Team Hyper with Spider-Man and Ryu (in that order) is called the "Crawler Hadouken", whereas Ryu and Spider-Man's super is the "Shinkuu Assault." Works with most of them, although some of the time the end result is somewhere in the lines of "Shinkuu Miracle Treasure" or "Knee Press Star". Reaches its most ridiculous with Captain America and US Agent or Blackheart and Mephisto as a team, whose Team Hyper names combine into "Star Star" and "Armageddon Armageddon" respectively.

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* MadlibsDialogue:
MadLibsDialogue:
** Beat the game to get dialogue like this before the character endings: "We make a great team (insert name here)", "We shall meet again (insert name here)".
here)."
** It also has another form of it present via the [[CombinationAttack Team Hyper]] finishes: winning a match with one combines their names together which is then displayed in a huge font. The name is tweaked depending on who was the point character at the time. For example, performing a Team Hyper with Spider-Man and Ryu (in that order) is called the "Crawler Hadouken", Hadouken," whereas Ryu and Spider-Man's super is the "Shinkuu Assault." Works with most of them, although some of the time the end result is somewhere in the lines of "Shinkuu Miracle Treasure" or "Knee Press Star". Star." Reaches its most ridiculous with Captain America and US U.S. Agent or Blackheart and Mephisto as a team, whose Team Hyper names combine into "Star Star" and "Armageddon Armageddon" respectively.



* TheManBehindTheMan: [[spoiler:Apocalypse, for Cyber-Akuma]].
* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: Cyber Akuma, a cyborg version of an evil BloodKnight who is also a {{Badass}}, and a martial artist, how does ''that'' not count? Oh, and he has a freaking ''ArmCannon'' as well as wings.

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* TheManBehindTheMan: [[spoiler:Apocalypse, for Cyber-Akuma]].
Cyber-Akuma.]]
* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: Cyber Akuma, Cyber-Akuma, a cyborg version of an evil BloodKnight who is also a {{Badass}}, and a martial artist, how does ''that'' not count? Oh, and he has a freaking ''ArmCannon'' as well as wings.



** Dark Sakura fires the Shinkuu Hadouken forward and obtains some of Akuma's properties, including the Shun Goku Satsu.

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** Dark Sunburned/Dark Sakura [[note]]the official Japanese term for this form is ''Hiyakeshita'', which translates to the former[[/note]] fires the Shinkuu Hadouken forward and obtains some of Akuma's properties, including the Shun Goku Satsu.



* {{Shotoclone}}: Aside from the 5 examples of Ryu and Ken, Spider-Man, CaptainAmerica, and Cyclops qualify for this.

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* {{Shotoclone}}: Aside from the 5 examples of Ryu and carryovers from ''Street Fighter'' (Ryu, Ken, Akuma, Dan, Sakura), Spider-Man, CaptainAmerica, Captain America, and Cyclops qualify for this.



* SNKBoss: Cyber-Akuma, a Shin Akuma variant based on Apocalypse either cloning or mechanizing Akuma.
* {{Stripperific}}: In the men's side, Hulk, Zangief and Dhalsim.
* SuperpoweredEvilSide: Sunburned Sakura (WhatIf Sakura chose to follow Akuma instead of Ryu?).

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* SNKBoss: Cyber-Akuma, a Shin Akuma variant based on brought about by Apocalypse either cloning or mechanizing Akuma.
* {{Stripperific}}: In On the men's side, Hulk, Zangief Zangief, and Dhalsim.
* SuperpoweredEvilSide: Sunburned Sakura, a WhatIf version of Sakura (WhatIf Sakura depicting what she'd be like if she chose to follow Akuma instead of Ryu?).Ryu.



** Also, if Spidey's TakeThat against the Clone Saga in ''VideoGame/MarvelSuperHeroes'' wasn't enough:

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** Also, if Spidey's TakeThat against the Clone Saga ''ComicBook/TheCloneSaga'' in ''VideoGame/MarvelSuperHeroes'' wasn't enough:



* UnexpectedCharacter: Shuma-Gorath. Omega Red as well, as he hadn't been featured since ''VideoGame/XMenChildrenOfTheAtom.''

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* UnexpectedCharacter: Shuma-Gorath.Shuma-Gorath [[VideoGame/MarvelSuperHeroes once again]]. Omega Red as well, as he hadn't been featured since ''VideoGame/XMenChildrenOfTheAtom.''''
* AWinnerIsYou: None of the secret characters get a proper ending, at least in the English version.
* YourSoulIsMine:
--> '''Mephisto:''' ''"Now I tell you a truth. Your soul belongs to me."''



* YourSoulIsMine:
--> '''Mephisto:''' ''Now I tell you a truth. Your soul belongs to me.''
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-->''Are you ready, True Believers? Capcom and Marvel have joined forces once again to bring you...''\\
''IT'S '''MARVEL SUPER HEROES VS. STREET FIGHTER'''!''
-->-- Opening narration
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* AllJustADream: Ken's ending. Ryu wakes him up before their training, and Ken notes a strange dream he had fighting alongside super heroes. Helps explain [[PowerCreepPowerSeep why he wasn't killed as soon as a Marvel hero hit him with any of their super powers.]]
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** It also has another form of it present via the [[CombinationAttack Team Hyper]] finishes: winning a match with one combines their names together which is then displayed in a huge font. The name is tweaked depending on who was the point character at the time. For example, performing a Team Hyper with Spider-Man and Ryu (in that order) is called the "Crawler Hadouken", whereas Ryu and Spider-Man's super is the "Shinkuu Assault." Works with most of them, although some of the time the end result is somewhere in the lines of "Shinkuu Miracle Treasure" or "Knee Press Star". Reaches its most ridiculous with Captain America and US Agent as a team, whose Team Hyper names combine into "Star Star".

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** It also has another form of it present via the [[CombinationAttack Team Hyper]] finishes: winning a match with one combines their names together which is then displayed in a huge font. The name is tweaked depending on who was the point character at the time. For example, performing a Team Hyper with Spider-Man and Ryu (in that order) is called the "Crawler Hadouken", whereas Ryu and Spider-Man's super is the "Shinkuu Assault." Works with most of them, although some of the time the end result is somewhere in the lines of "Shinkuu Miracle Treasure" or "Knee Press Star". Reaches its most ridiculous with Captain America and US Agent or Blackheart and Mephisto as a team, whose Team Hyper names combine into "Star Star".Star" and "Armageddon Armageddon" respectively.
18th Apr '15 5:54:25 PM TitoMosquito
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''VideoGame/XMenVsStreetFighter'' was a huge hit, and in 1997, Capcom followed it up with '''Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter'''.

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''VideoGame/XMenVsStreetFighter'' was a huge hit, and in 1997, Capcom followed it up with '''Marvel '''''Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter'''.
Fighter'''''.
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--> ''"No one can compare to me. [[FinalFight Not even a mayor!]]"''

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--> ''"No one can compare to me. [[FinalFight [[VideoGame/FinalFight Not even a mayor!]]"''
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''VideoGame/{{X-Men Vs Street Fighter}}'' was a huge hit, and in 1997, Capcom followed it up with '''Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter'''.

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''VideoGame/{{X-Men Vs Street Fighter}}'' ''VideoGame/XMenVsStreetFighter'' was a huge hit, and in 1997, Capcom followed it up with '''Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter'''.



** '''''[[MemeticMutation BEHOLD!]]''''' '''''[[Comicbook/{{X-Men}} OPTIC BLAST!]]'''''
** '''''[[CaptainAmerica FINAL JUSTICE!]]'''''
** '''''[[IncredibleHulk GAMMA CRUSH!]]'''''
** '''''[[Comicbook/{{Spider-Man}} WEB SWING!]]'''''

to:

** '''''[[MemeticMutation BEHOLD!]]''''' '''''[[Comicbook/{{X-Men}} '''''[[ComicBook/{{Cyclops}} OPTIC BLAST!]]'''''
** '''''[[CaptainAmerica '''''[[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica FINAL JUSTICE!]]'''''
** '''''[[IncredibleHulk '''''[[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk GAMMA CRUSH!]]'''''
** '''''[[Comicbook/{{Spider-Man}} '''''[[ComicBook/SpiderMan WEB SWING!]]'''''
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