Review: Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 (PS3 & PS Vita)

Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3, which came out for the PS3 and 360 back in November and has been recently rereleased for the PS Vita, is one of the most fun fighting games out there. It is your typical 2D fighter with a huge cast of Marvel and Capcom characters, many (/most) poorly and hilariously voice-acted, pitted against each other in 3-on-3 matches. It isn’t precisely Marvel vs. Capcom; you could make a team of Ghost Rider, Ryu, and Chris Redfield, or an Avengers-themed team of the Hulk, Thor, and Iron Man, or a Capcom Devil Must Cry supergroup of Dante, Trish, and Virgil — really, it’s up to your imagination (and the character roster which is capped at 50). The characters range from the obviously-well known (Marvel’s Spiderman and Capcom’s Ryu) to the horribly obscure (like Marvel’s Rocket Raccoon and Capcom’s Arthur). Read the rest of this entry »

Marvel’s The Avengers

The Avengers, or more accurately called Marvel’s The Avengers (and more accurately described as Joss Whedon’s Marvel’s The Avengers) is the latest Marvel offering from… Marvel and it without a doubt raises the bar for what to expect in a superhero movie, the same way that Spiderman, X-Men, Ironman, and even Batman Begins did. It exceeded all my expectations and set out what it meant to just about flawlessly. Just about. Read the rest of this entry »