History VideoGame / MarvelVsCapcom

9th Mar '18 6:17:27 PM nombretomado
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Capcom also produced a couple of side-scrolling action games for the SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem around the same time. Namely ''VideoGame/XMenMutantApocalypse'' in 1994 and ''VideoGame/MarvelSuperHeroesWarOfTheGems'' in 1996. Prior to those games, Capcom released the BeatEmUp ''VideoGame/{{The Punisher|Capcom}}''.

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Capcom also produced a couple of side-scrolling action games for the SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem around the same time. Namely ''VideoGame/XMenMutantApocalypse'' in 1994 and ''VideoGame/MarvelSuperHeroesWarOfTheGems'' in 1996. Prior to those games, Capcom released the BeatEmUp ''VideoGame/{{The Punisher|Capcom}}''.
6th Mar '18 3:08:31 PM AndyLA
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* AlternateUniverse: Marvel acknowledged the continuity of these crossovers (alongside ''X-Men: Children of the Atom'' and ''Marvel Super Heroes'') enough to assign them to their own official Marvel universe. Originally this reality was labeled "Earth-96169", but this was only found in the [[TheWikiRule Marvel Wiki]] and since no proof of being official was ever provided, the wiki eventually removed and replaced it with an unofficial "Temporary Reality Number" ([=TRN177=]). This was changed, however, when Marvel finally provided the official designation of this universe ([[http://marvel.wikia.com/Earth-30847 Earth-30847]]) in "Spider-Verse #2", alongside [[spoiler:the death of this universe's Spider-Man. Ouch. Time will tell how ''Infinite'' handles this]].

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* AlternateUniverse: Marvel acknowledged the continuity of these crossovers (alongside ''X-Men: Children of the Atom'' and ''Marvel Super Heroes'') enough to assign them to their own official Marvel universe. Originally this reality was labeled "Earth-96169", but this was only found in the [[TheWikiRule Marvel Wiki]] and since no proof of being official was ever provided, the wiki eventually removed and replaced it with an unofficial "Temporary Reality Number" ([=TRN177=]). This was changed, however, when Marvel finally provided the official designation of this universe ([[http://marvel.wikia.com/Earth-30847 Earth-30847]]) in "Spider-Verse #2", alongside [[spoiler:the death of this universe's Spider-Man. Ouch. Time will tell how ''Infinite'' handles this]].Spider-Man... Until it was retconned in ''Infinite'']].
5th Mar '18 12:38:23 PM AndyLA
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''Infinite'', however, broke the streak, as Marvel's decision to keep the Marvel characters owned by Fox out of the game means no Wolverine in the game.
4th Mar '18 3:25:18 PM AndyLA
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---> "You know, if this game was made in 1991[[note]]This was the year when Deadpool was created, and his current persona was established ''way'' later[[/note]], I'd be the one whacking YOU with a health bar."

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---> "You know, if this game was made in 1991[[note]]This was the year when Deadpool was created, and his current persona was established ''way'' later[[/note]], later; plus, Jen's solo title at the time, ''The Sensational She-Hulk'', was rife with fourth-wall breaking and comedy, traits that are more associated with Wade today[[/note]], I'd be the one whacking YOU with a health bar."
23rd Jan '18 9:21:47 AM Basara-kun
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* TrainingStage: In ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom2'' and ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'', the Danger Room from ''Franchise/XMen'' serves this purpose, as it did in the original comics. And before them, the Danger Room was already a normal stage in ''VideoGame/XMenChildrenOfTheAtom''.
9th Dec '17 12:55:19 PM SolidSonicTH
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** You can take this deeper. By ''Ultimate 3'' you've got guys like Frank West, Mike Haggar, Phoenix Wright, or Chris Redfield throwing down with cosmic entities like Dormammu, Shuma Gorath, or ''Galactus'' and, should the player be proficient enough, can solo these supreme entities.

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** You can take this deeper. By ''Ultimate 3'' you've got guys like Frank West, Mike Haggar, Phoenix Wright, or Chris Redfield throwing down with cosmic entities like Dormammu, Shuma Gorath, or ''Galactus'' and, should the player be proficient enough, can solo these supreme entities.transdimensional beings.
9th Dec '17 12:54:45 PM SolidSonicTH
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** You can take this deeper. By ''Ultimate 3'' you've got guys like Frank West, Phoenix Wright, or Chris Redfield throwing down with cosmic entities like Dormammu, Shuma Gorath, or ''Galactus'' and, should the player be proficient enough, can solo these supreme entities.

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** You can take this deeper. By ''Ultimate 3'' you've got guys like Frank West, Mike Haggar, Phoenix Wright, or Chris Redfield throwing down with cosmic entities like Dormammu, Shuma Gorath, or ''Galactus'' and, should the player be proficient enough, can solo these supreme entities.
9th Dec '17 12:53:52 PM SolidSonicTH
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** You can take this deeper. By ''Ultimate 3'' you've got guys like Frank West, Phoenix Wright, or Chris Redfield throwing down with cosmic entities like Dormammu, Shuma Gorath, or ''Galactus'' and, should the player be proficient enough, can solo these supreme entities.
22nd Nov '17 7:35:28 PM santos32
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** [[VideoGame/MegaManX Zero]]: While Creator/{{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 Creator/{{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). X in ''Infinite'' follows suit with attacks lifted from ''X'' to ''X4''.



** ''Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter'' saw all the Street Fighters get new themes. The Marvel cast was split: Spider-Man, Captain America, Shuma-Gorath and Blackheart gained new rearrangements for their ''Marvel Super Heroes'' themes, and similar treatment came for Omega Red, who returned from ''Children of the Atom''. Wolverine, Cyclops and the Hulk obtained new ones instead.

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** ''Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter'' saw all the Street Fighters get new themes. The Marvel cast was split: Spider-Man, Captain America, Shuma-Gorath and Blackheart gained new rearrangements for their ''Marvel Super Heroes'' themes, and similar treatment came for Omega Red, who returned from ''Children of the Atom''. Wolverine, Cyclops and Cyclops, the Hulk and Apocalypse obtained new ones instead.



** When character themes returned to ''Marvel vs. Capcom 3'', the Capcom characters all got remixes of specific themes associated to them from their source games. Marvel veterans got remixes of the theme used in their last playable appearance, while those newcomers received original ones.

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** When character themes returned to ''Marvel vs. Capcom 3'', the Capcom characters all got remixes of specific themes associated to them from their source games. Marvel veterans got remixes of the theme used in their last playable appearance, while those newcomers received original ones. Iron Man was a unique case wherein his theme was a remix of War Machine's, bringing their cases full-circle.
11th Nov '17 5:38:08 PM santos32
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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, 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, and Shuma-Gorath. The trends have varied in each game:
** In ''Children of the Atom'' and ''Marvel Super Heroes'', character themes played on their home stages, much like ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII''. Notably, the four characters from the former game who returned in the latter - Wolverine, Psylocke, Juggernaut and Magneto - did not retain their older themes.
** Come ''X-Men vs. Street Fighter'', the X-Men side received new themes whereas the Street Fighters had theirs recycled from ''Street Fighter II'' (same as ''Street Fighter Alpha''). The exceptions to this were the Alpha-era newcomer Charlie and Cammy, a veteran from ''II'' who received a new theme meant to represent her Shadaloo-era portrayal and carried over to the ''Alpha'' games.
** ''Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter'' saw all the Street Fighters get new themes. The Marvel cast was split: Spider-Man, Captain America, Shuma-Gorath and Blackheart gained new rearrangements for their ''Marvel Super Heroes'' themes, and similar treatment came for Omega Red, who returned from ''Children of the Atom''. Wolverine, Cyclops and the Hulk obtained new ones instead.
** In the first ''Marvel vs. Capcom'', new original compositions were given to a large chunk of the Capcom side sans the ''Street Fighter'' representatives and Strider Hiryu, who recycled music from their source games. Ryu in particular did not get his usual theme, but instead got the opening to ''Street Fighter II'' itself. On the Marvel side, Spider-Man, Captain America and Gambit got new remixes. War Machine's theme is a heavily remixed version of Iron Man's stage from ''Marvel Super Heroes'', and the same is true of the Hulk. Wolverine and Venom got original compositions.
** When character themes returned to ''Marvel vs. Capcom 3'', the Capcom characters all got remixes of specific themes associated to them from their source games. Marvel veterans got remixes of the theme used in their last playable appearance, while those newcomers received original ones.
** In an inversion, all of the Marvel representatives in ''Infinite'' got new orchestral compositions from a Marvel-approved sound team, with Captain America and Spider-Man's classic themes relegated to the credits. Capcom's sound team provided their own specific techno-inspired remixes for their characters.
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