Marvel Vs Capcom 3 scores have begun to trickle in from throughout the internet and the game has received most favorable reviews up to this point. Of almost 20 reviews on the metacritic scale 100% of the reviews have been positive, which means the game has scored an 80/100 or higher from each reviewer. With reviews already in from the biggest sites, the metacritic score has already hit 86/100. The sexy fighter has even been earning perfect scores from some of the toughest critics.
Joystiq gave the game a perfect 5/5 on it’s review scale. And had this to say about the game:
A game made great by an enormous amount of love and attention to detail. It’s a worthy sequel to one of the most beloved fighting games of all time, brought to a current-gen level. Expect this one to be in heavy rotation among fans of fighting games for a long time coming.
G4 gave the game a perfect 5/5 on it’s review scale And had this to say:
Capcom is already adding one new mode and at least two DLC characters so hopefully we’ll see additional modes and tweaks after launch. Sure, there are a few issues and the story is a missed opportunity, but there’s nothing that stands out as any reason not to go and get this game right now.
The lowest review score I have seen so far is an 79 and that was from Computer and Video Games
True, MVC3 has issues, but there’s so much care and detail in the realisation of its characters, their movesets and interactions, that it almost transcends them. And it really does look spectacular.
Of course we reviewed the game as well, and loved it, am loving it, will be loving it for some time to come. It’s a great effort by Capcom.
Capcom is running neck and neck at this point with it’s only competition being itself. The lip service to the fans of Marvel and Capcom wrapped in a completely diverse and addictive collection of game modes, will have you yearning to perfect your game, and earn all unlockables.
It’s really nice to see the critics giving Marvel Vs Capcom 3 the love it deserves.
- This article was updated on:March 7th, 2018