In turn, '97's Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter marked a stark deviation for the Street Fighters, as none of them retained their iconic leitmotifs, giving Capcom the chance to get creative. Make sure to tune in to stuff like Ryu,Ken,Chun-Li,Sakura, and Dan.
Nemesis' theme, a RE5 remix of his RE3 theme, gives an extremely menacing feel.
Vergil's theme is an awesome, yet slightly melancholy, symphonic rock remix of his second boss battle theme from Devil May Cry 3. Seeing as it was technically the only time Dante and Vergil were on even ground, this is perfect.
Iron Fist's theme, which mixes Chinese instruments, pop, and rock together in a glorious fashion.
Nova's theme takes spacefaring theme elements, like a sweeping chorus, synthesizer sounds, and sweet guitar riffs, and puts them together in one incredible, high-energy piece.
The character select themes in Ultimate MvC3 manage to build on the ones in the vanilla version and sound more awesome for it. The classic version adds an electric guitar into the mix. The dynamic version? It adds a freaking chorus.
While MvC2 was notorious for its music, it still had some good tracks, like this one.
You don't need many reasons to win but here's one: To listen to this victory theme.
The Carnival stage from MvC2. The only theme in the game that not only suits its background, but also gets the player super pumped up.
Despite only being an eight-second loop of music, the first MvC character selection screen is completely awesome! It has got so much energy to it that it just gets you pumped up for battle as you choose a fighter!
The opening/intro song "Fly Across the Border" is different depending on the game's version,, the English one is softer, has some rap and gets pretty jazzy near the end, while the Japanese one rocks with eletric guitars, fast beats and effects. Don't try to argue which is better, both are AWESOME!
Cross Generation of Heroes is chockful of it simply because every Anime Theme Song for the Tatsunoko characters and each Capcom character's respective Awesome Music is mashed together into one game. The reworkings of some of those themes makes these even more awesome than their original counterparts:
Well apparently, Lion - Irony of Fate has taken tips from Trombe to override the whole Tales of Destiny soundtrack for this game. Hell, whenever Judas appears, the enemy turn theme gets overriden with its awesomeness!
Speaking of Mishima Estate, Mishima Estate Round 2 throws us in what seems to be a gentle theme...until it kicks into Heihachi's Tekken 3 arcade theme. Suddenly, that nostalgic metal guitar from his theme kicks in, with mild electronics throw in, all while a shout of "Hey!" ties the theme all together.
Urban war zone is quite iconic thanks to the reveals of the Playstation-exclusive characters (Mega Man, Pac-Man, Toro, Kuro, Cole). It's got electric synth sounds mixed in with some sweet guitar playing and it makes you want to say "This is my destiny!".