Retro arcade game featuring Marvel Super Heroes Vs. Street Fighter.
Amazing fighting game with amazing combos, graphics, and animation.
Are you on team marvel or team street fighter?
*UPDATED WITH 2 PLAYER MODE. Battle with your friends on your local computer as Captain America Vs Spiderman, or any other combinations.
|Blackheart||Marvel Super Heroes|
|Captain America||Marvel Super Heroes|
|Cyclops||X-Men: Children of the Atom|
|Hulk||Marvel Super Heroes|
|Omega Red||X-Men: Children of the Atom|
|Shuma-Gorath||Marvel Super Heroes|
|Spider-Man||Marvel Super Heroes|
|Wolverine||X-Men: Children of the Atom||Street Fighter|
|Super Street Fighter II Turbo|
|Chun-Li||Street Fighter II|
|Dan||Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors’ Dreams|
|Dhalsim||Street Fighter II|
|Street Fighter II|
|Sakura||Street Fighter Alpha 2|
|Zangief||Street Fighter II|
|Apocalypse||Serves as a boss character in the game, like he did in the previous game.|
|An amped up, cyborg version of Akuma created by Apocalypse. Also serves as the game’s final boss.|
|U.S. Agent||Although a distinctly different character than Captain America in the Marvel universe, he is just a palette swap in the game.|
|Mephisto||A palette swap of Blackheart. His physical basic attacks ignite the opponent when they connect, but this is just an aesthetic difference. He is Blackheart’s father in the comics.|
|Armored Spider-Man||A gray version of Spider-Man that has limited armor, based on a metallic suit he wore in the comics. He jumps sightly lower than before due to the heaviness of his armor.|
Street Fighter sideEdit
|Mech-Zangief||A version of Zangief that can neither block nor be put into hit stun. He trades the Banishing Flat for the Siberian Breath, a Yoga Flame-like move.|
|Dark Sakura||A tanned-skin version of Sakura who can perform the Hadoken horizontally instead of diagonally. She possesses Akuma’s Ashura Senku and can perform the Raging Demon.|
|Shadow||A darkened robotic version of Charlie with powerful super moves that have incredible start-up lag. Shadow was brainwashed and suffered harsh experiments at Bison’s hands, and now serves him.|
|Norimaro||An original character created and owned by Japanese comedian Noritake Kinashi who represents neither Marvel nor Capcom. He appears as a regular character only in the Japanese arcade and console versions of the game, but was removed in all the overseas versions. He portrays a nerdish, cowardly schoolboy-type guy armed with a camera; who throws common school items, mini-Gouki dolls, and plushies as projectiles; and would attempt to ask for his opponent’s autograph mid-battle (can be seen when the player presses the START button during a match).|