History VideoGame / MarvelVsCapcom

15th May '16 11:03:11 AM nombretomado
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** {{Magneto}}: Capcom pretty much gathered every single power (except PsychicPowers) Magneto has ever had since his debut, so yeah, in the hands of [[DependingOnTheWriter some writers]] the Master of Magnetism indeed ''was'' capable of creating [[BarrierWarrior Force Fields]] that were not limited to deflecting just metal; attacking with [[KamehameHadoken Beams]] and [[KiAttacks Energy Blasts]] that were said to be just a [[RePower Second Mutation]] of his already powerful control over magnetism. Simply put, Magneto isn't shown to have all these powers in the [[AlternateContinuity same continuity]].

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** {{Magneto}}: ComicBook/{{Magneto}}: Capcom pretty much gathered every single power (except PsychicPowers) Magneto has ever had since his debut, so yeah, in the hands of [[DependingOnTheWriter some writers]] the Master of Magnetism indeed ''was'' capable of creating [[BarrierWarrior Force Fields]] that were not limited to deflecting just metal; attacking with [[KamehameHadoken Beams]] and [[KiAttacks Energy Blasts]] that were said to be just a [[RePower Second Mutation]] of his already powerful control over magnetism. Simply put, Magneto isn't shown to have all these powers in the [[AlternateContinuity same continuity]].
5th Mar '16 3:01:57 PM nombretomado
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* StrongAsTheyNeedToBe: You've got more or less "[[BadassNormal regular]]" fighters such as CaptainAmerica and [[CharlesAtlasSuperpower Ryu]], mixing it up with planet-busting immortals like Hulk... or even universe-ravaging entities like [[EldritchAbomination Shuma-Gorath]], who literally makes Doctor Doom seem like less than an insect in comparison. However, he even gives demons chills, and will gladly roast billions alive just to get some snack food, [[RuleOfCool so who cares]]?

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* StrongAsTheyNeedToBe: You've got more or less "[[BadassNormal regular]]" fighters such as CaptainAmerica ComicBook/CaptainAmerica and [[CharlesAtlasSuperpower Ryu]], mixing it up with planet-busting immortals like Hulk... or even universe-ravaging entities like [[EldritchAbomination Shuma-Gorath]], who literally makes Doctor Doom seem like less than an insect in comparison. However, he even gives demons chills, and will gladly roast billions alive just to get some snack food, [[RuleOfCool so who cares]]?



** CaptainAmerica, Spider-Man, and Hulk appeared in all the non-''X-Men'' games.

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** CaptainAmerica, ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, Spider-Man, and Hulk appeared in all the non-''X-Men'' games.
2nd Mar '16 5:12:09 PM Luigifan
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** {{Magneto}}: Capcom pretty much gathered every single power (except PsychicPowers) Magneto has ever had since his debut, so yeah, in the hands of [[DependingOnTheWriter some writters]] the Master of Magnetism indeed ''was'' capable of creating [[BarrierWarrior Force Fields]] that were not limited to deflecting just metal; attacking with [[KamehameHadoken Beams]] and [[KiAttacks Energy Blasts]] that were said to be just a [[RePower Second Mutation]] of his already powerful control over magnetism. Simply put, Magneto isn't shown to have all these powers in the [[AlternateContinuity same continuity]].

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** {{Magneto}}: Capcom pretty much gathered every single power (except PsychicPowers) Magneto has ever had since his debut, so yeah, in the hands of [[DependingOnTheWriter some writters]] writers]] the Master of Magnetism indeed ''was'' capable of creating [[BarrierWarrior Force Fields]] that were not limited to deflecting just metal; attacking with [[KamehameHadoken Beams]] and [[KiAttacks Energy Blasts]] that were said to be just a [[RePower Second Mutation]] of his already powerful control over magnetism. Simply put, Magneto isn't shown to have all these powers in the [[AlternateContinuity same continuity]].



** [[VideoGame/StreetFighter Ryu]]: Basically, Ryu was all of his incarnations into one up to ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom2''; placing in order, Ryu's appearance is that of his young self from VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha: white bandana, but his mannerisms (from his quotes) are that his older self from ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'' and beyond, were he should have Ken's red hair ribbon as a bandana to simbolize Ryu's maturity and confidence in his strength while he was troubled with it for his struggle with the [[SuperPoweredEvilSide Satsui no Hadou]] in ''Alpha'' (he wears it in the first ''[=MvC=]'', even though the animations are still the same as before), and he seems to know Sean from ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIII'' quite well to offer training sessions in his ending for ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcomClashOfSuperHeroes'', a character that Ryu will only meet half-a-decade later. ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'' came and returned Ryu's red bandana (''[=MvC2=]'' snapped back to his ''Alpha'' incarnation) and portrayed him as the full-fledged 30-something everyone came to know him as (his ''[=MvC3=]'' model derives from the ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'' one), pretty much fixing all the issues since those were the only notable changes in Ryu's character during his journey.
** ComicBook/SheHulk: Her costume and assertive personality is that of when Jennifer became an established character, but she seems to have some of her early LeaningOnTheFourthWall characteristics, from the time she didn't have a main uniform and was more irresponsible than playful.She even lampshades this when beating Deadpool:

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** [[VideoGame/StreetFighter Ryu]]: Basically, Ryu was all of his incarnations into one up to ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom2''; placing in order, Ryu's appearance is that of his young self from VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha: white bandana, but his mannerisms (from his quotes) are that his older self from ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'' and beyond, were where he should have Ken's red hair ribbon as a bandana to simbolize Ryu's maturity and confidence in his strength while he was troubled with it for his struggle with the [[SuperPoweredEvilSide Satsui no Hadou]] in ''Alpha'' (he wears it in the first ''[=MvC=]'', even though the animations are still the same as before), and he seems to know Sean from ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIII'' quite well to offer training sessions in his ending for ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcomClashOfSuperHeroes'', a character that Ryu will only meet half-a-decade later. ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'' came and returned Ryu's red bandana (''[=MvC2=]'' snapped back to his ''Alpha'' incarnation) and portrayed him as the full-fledged 30-something everyone came to know him as (his ''[=MvC3=]'' model derives from the ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'' one), pretty much fixing all the issues since those were the only notable changes in Ryu's character during his journey.
** ComicBook/SheHulk: Her costume and assertive personality is that of when Jennifer became an established character, but she seems to have some of her early LeaningOnTheFourthWall characteristics, from the time she didn't have a main uniform and was more irresponsible than playful. She even lampshades this when beating Deadpool:



** [[VideoGame/MegaManX Zero]]: While {{Capcom}} characters keep their power set mostly reserved from that ''one'' game they appear in, Zero's abilities are all over the place, it is a mix of pretty much ''VideoGame/MegaManX4'' to ''VideoGame/MegaManX8'' (i.e. at least one special technique from ''every'' main game he's been playable in).

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** [[VideoGame/MegaManX Zero]]: While {{Capcom}} characters keep their power set mostly reserved from that ''one'' game they appear in, Zero's abilities are all over the place, place; it is a mix of pretty much ''VideoGame/MegaManX4'' to ''VideoGame/MegaManX8'' (i.e. at least one special technique from ''every'' main game he's been playable in).



* {{Leitmotif}}: Save for ''2'', all games have featured this for every playable character. Out of all of them, Captain America and Spider-Man hold the distinction of having the same theme for every game they have been playable in, as well as Sentinel, Gambit, Blackheart and Shuma-Gorath.

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* {{Leitmotif}}: Save for ''2'', all games have featured this for every playable character. Out of all of them, Captain America and Spider-Man hold the distinction of having the same theme for every game they have been playable in, as well as Sentinel, Gambit, Blackheart Blackheart, and Shuma-Gorath.



** Magneto's Magnetic Shockwave, Venom's Death Bite, Hulk's Hyper Gamma Wave and Thor's Mighty Thunder deal more damage depending on far away from the wall the opponent is and how close you are to said opponent.

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** Magneto's Magnetic Shockwave, Venom's Death Bite, Hulk's Hyper Gamma Wave Wave, and Thor's Mighty Thunder deal more damage depending on far away from the wall the opponent is and how close you are to said opponent.



** [[TurnsRed X-Factor]] in ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'' has shades of this; it can be triggered anytime, but depending on how much of your teammates you've lost, the effects and duration of the mode will be increased dramatically.

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** [[TurnsRed X-Factor]] in ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'' has shades of this; it can be triggered anytime, but depending on how much many of your teammates you've lost, the effects and duration of the mode will be increased dramatically.



** MODOK's Hyper Psionic Blaster's damage depends on how much "levels of understanding" (via successful Analyze Cube attacks) he has stacked; it can do from minor damage to massive damage, even rivaling some Lv 3 Hypers.

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** MODOK's Hyper Psionic Blaster's damage depends on how much many "levels of understanding" (via successful Analyze Cube attacks) he has stacked; it can do from minor damage to massive damage, even rivaling some Lv 3 Hypers.



** Aside of him, Ryu and Chun-Li are the only Street Fighters to be featured in all the games of the series, excluding the Marvel-only fighters.

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** Aside of from him, Ryu and Chun-Li are the only Street Fighters to be featured in all the games of the series, excluding the Marvel-only fighters.



** Morrigan appeared in all the games, aside of the Marvel-only games and the ''Street Fighter'' crossovers.

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** Morrigan appeared in all the games, aside of from the Marvel-only games and the ''Street Fighter'' crossovers.
26th Jan '16 2:07:52 AM aye_amber
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[-[[caption-width-right:340:They surely want to beat the crap out of the other.]]-]

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[-[[caption-width-right:340:They [-[[caption-width-right:340: They surely want to beat the crap out of the other.]]-]
29th Dec '15 10:44:48 PM Arawn999
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* {{Bowdlerise}}: One of Morrigan's victory animations - featuring her in a dominatrix outfit that exposes her butt and Lilith dangling from a chain - was cut from international localizations of the game. It was retained in the sequel.
29th Dec '15 10:44:22 PM Arawn999
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* {{Bowdlerise}}: One of Morrigan's victory animations - featuring her in a dominatrix outfit that exposes her butt and Lilith dangling from a chain - was cut from international localizations of the game. It was retained in the sequel.
28th Dec '15 1:24:28 PM Anddrix
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* OrbitingParticleShield: DoctorDoom has a SpecialAttack called [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c1E_KPqekvE#t=29s Molecular Shield]], in which he levitates rocks and causes them to surround him as a defensive barrier, before [[SpamAttack flinging them]] at his opponent.

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* OrbitingParticleShield: DoctorDoom Doctor Doom has a SpecialAttack called [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c1E_KPqekvE#t=29s Molecular Shield]], in which he levitates rocks and causes them to surround him as a defensive barrier, before [[SpamAttack flinging them]] at his opponent.



* StrongAsTheyNeedToBe: You've got more or less "[[BadassNormal regular]]" fighters such as CaptainAmerica and [[CharlesAtlasSuperpower Ryu]], mixing it up with planet-busting immortals like Hulk... or even universe-ravaging entities like [[EldritchAbomination Shuma-Gorath]], who literally makes DoctorDoom seem like less than an insect in comparison. However, he even gives demons chills, and will gladly roast billions alive just to get some snack food, [[RuleOfCool so who cares]]?

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* StrongAsTheyNeedToBe: You've got more or less "[[BadassNormal regular]]" fighters such as CaptainAmerica and [[CharlesAtlasSuperpower Ryu]], mixing it up with planet-busting immortals like Hulk... or even universe-ravaging entities like [[EldritchAbomination Shuma-Gorath]], who literally makes DoctorDoom Doctor Doom seem like less than an insect in comparison. However, he even gives demons chills, and will gladly roast billions alive just to get some snack food, [[RuleOfCool so who cares]]?
19th Dec '15 5:38:39 PM nombretomado
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** SheHulk: Her costume and assertive personality is that of when Jennifer became an established character, but she seems to have some of her early LeaningOnTheFourthWall characteristics, from the time she didn't have a main uniform and was more irresponsible than playful.She even lampshades this when beating Deadpool:

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** SheHulk: ComicBook/SheHulk: Her costume and assertive personality is that of when Jennifer became an established character, but she seems to have some of her early LeaningOnTheFourthWall characteristics, from the time she didn't have a main uniform and was more irresponsible than playful.She even lampshades this when beating Deadpool:
30th Sep '15 4:15:48 PM nombretomado
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* AllThereInTheManual: ''Marvel vs. Capcom 1''-''3'' ''do'' share continuity, but you wouldn't know it from playing them. In summary, a rift opens between the Marvel and Capcom worlds after Professor Xavier becomes {{Onslaught}}. The heroes eventually return to their respective worlds, but are periodically called upon again to fight bigger threats.

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* AllThereInTheManual: ''Marvel vs. Capcom 1''-''3'' ''do'' share continuity, but you wouldn't know it from playing them. In summary, a rift opens between the Marvel and Capcom worlds after Professor Xavier becomes {{Onslaught}}.ComicBook/{{Onslaught}}. The heroes eventually return to their respective worlds, but are periodically called upon again to fight bigger threats.
23rd Sep '15 8:32:14 PM nombretomado
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* AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever: Apocalypse in ''X-Men vs. Street Fighter'' and ''Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter'', Onslaught in the first ''Marvel vs. Capcom'', two of Abyss's forms in ''Marvel vs. Capcom 2'' (first and third), and taken UpToEleven in ''Marvel vs. Capcom 3'' with {{Galactus}} as the end boss.

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* AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever: Apocalypse in ''X-Men vs. Street Fighter'' and ''Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter'', Onslaught in the first ''Marvel vs. Capcom'', two of Abyss's forms in ''Marvel vs. Capcom 2'' (first and third), and taken UpToEleven in ''Marvel vs. Capcom 3'' with {{Galactus}} ComicBook/{{Galactus}} as the end boss.
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