The release of Marvel Vs Capcom 3 has come and gone, but how did critics stack the latest from Capcom up against the competition? Surprisingly well it turns out. Marvel Vs Capcom 3 has seen its share of criticism for possibly being a little too ‘noob’ friendly. What’s not debatable, is that Marvel Vs Capcom 3 is a great looking game. It’s a common theme among reviewers the art style has been enjoyed by most if not all that have come across its path.
Good fighters are a rarity these days, hell, any fighters are a rarity these days. This generation has seen some major releases in the genre, with a new iteration of Street Fighter in Street Fighter IV and Super Street Fighter IV. Namco released Tekken 6, and Team Ninja released Dead or Alive 4 very early on in the generation. More recently, Blaz Blue and Tatsunoko Vs Capcom released as well.
Among all of this stiff competition, Marvel Vs Capcom 3 resides near the top standing shoulder to shoulder with some of the best fighters of this generation. With most reviews now in its rear view mirror Marvel Vs Capcom 3’s Metacritic score now stands at a very respectable 85 out of 100. This score puts Marvel Vs Capcom 3 right in the middle of some of the highest rated fighters of this generation.
Metacritic Scores for a sampling of the highest rated fighters of this generation.