Index:
* ''YMMV/XMenChildrenOfTheAtom''
* ''YMMV/MarvelSuperHeroes''
* ''YMMV/XMenVsStreetFighter''
* ''YMMV/MarvelSuperHeroesVsStreetFighter''
* ''YMMV/MarvelVsCapcomClashOfSuperHeroes''
* ''YMMV/MarvelVsCapcom2''
* ''YMMV/MarvelVsCapcom3''

See also:
* [[AwesomeMusic/CapcomVsWhatever Awesome Music - Capcom vs. Whatever]]
* [[Memes/CapcomVsWhatever Memetic Mutation - Capcom vs. Whatever]]

* CharacterTiers
* CommonKnowledge: Many believe that the ''Marvel vs. Capcom'' games are {{Fake Crossover}}s, but on the contrary, 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 called [[http://marvel.wikia.com/Earth-30847 "Earth-30847."]]
* DamnYouMuscleMemory: Wolverine's movesets have slight changes to them from game to game. For example, his divekick in ''VideoGame/XMenVsStreetFighter'' resembles his divekick from ''VideoGame/MarvelSuperHeroes'', but his divekick in ''VideoGame/MarvelSuperHeroesVsStreetFighter'' oddly enough both resembles his straight down dive stomp from ''VideoGame/XMenChildrenOfTheAtom'' AND is mapped to a different command altogether.
* EarWorm: Captain America's theme.
* EnsembleDarkhorse:
** [[VideoGame/{{Strider}} Strider Hiryu]]. [[http://www.capcom-unity.com/jgonzo/blog/2010/04/21/research%21_vote_for_your_favorite_street_fighter_or_marvel_vs._capcom_characters%21 Capcom's poll]] for best character of the ''Marvel vs. Capcom'' and ''Street Fighter'' games has him in third place, only surpassed by VideoGame/{{Mega Man|Classic}} and [[VideoGame/FinalFight Poison]]. He's been in only a handful of games, a short and relatively unremarkable manga, and nothing else, getting something of 4% of the votes. This might not sound like much, but since there's [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters 111 different voting options]] and most everyone with 3% or 4% have appeared much more frequently and are more mainstream. This probably has to do with his appearances in the previous ''Marvel vs. Capcom'' games, where he was one of the favorite characters of many a fan.
*** Fan demand was ''the'' factor in Capcom deciding to strike another deal with Moto Kikaku over his copyright status to get Hiryu into ''Ultimate [=MvC3=]'' after he skipped out on the vanilla edition. It's telling that out of the 12 new characters introduced in the ''Ultimate'' update, he is the only one returning from a previous game.
** To a lesser extent, Ruby Heart and Amingo from ''2'' were popular enough to merit a few cameos over the years. Not bad, [[OriginalGeneration all things considering]].
** Shuma-Gorath, oddly enough. A surprising amount of people were happy to see him return (even if it is as DLC).
** There's been a lot of clamor to get VideoGame/CaptainCommando and [[VideoGame/{{Cyberbots}} Jin Saotome]] into ''[=MvC3=]'', even if it's DLC.
** Psylocke, Gambit, and Venom are recurring mentions on polls for characters fan want to see in ''[=MvC3=]'', almost always (if not always) ranking in the Top 5. For more details, see the respective YMMV pages for ''X-Men: [=CotA=]'', ''[=XvsSF=]'', and ''[=MvC1=]''.
* PortingDisaster: The early ''Marvel vs. Capcom'' games were usually ported to the [=PlayStation=] 1 and Sega Saturn, the former not having enough memory for an arcade-perfect port. ''X-Men vs. Street Fighter'' and ''Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter'' in particular were stripped of their tag-team mechanics as a result (though they tried making up for it with Cross Over Mode, and the second character could still appear for assists). The Saturn ports manage to avert this via the [=4MB=] RAM cartridge, which allowed ports that were at least closer to the arcade version, and the Dreamcast port of ''Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes'' is the first one to avert this trope by being almost arcade perfect right out of the box.
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