Dan/Cyclops playthrough – Marvel Super Heroes vs Street Fighter (Arcade)
Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter is the fourth Marvel Comics-licensed fighting game produced by Capcom and the second installment in the Marvel vs. Capcom series. It is a sequel to X-Men vs. Street Fighter which replaces most of the X-Men characters with characters from Marvel Super Heroes. In an attempt to balance the previous game’s problems, the game engine was altered, although it remained aesthetically the same which is what the game was criticized for. The game was released for the arcade in 1997. The game uses the same tag-team format previously employed in X-Men vs. Street Fighter. Like in X-Men vs. Street Fighter, the single-player mode consists of matches against other tag-teams and a two-on-one fight against Apocalypse. However, the match against the player’s default character and his partner is replaced with another two-on-one match, this time against a cyborg version of Akuma. The character who deals the finishing blow to Cyber-Akuma will have their ending played.
Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter features a roster of 18 immediately playable fighters, with nine characters from the Street Fighter universe (Akuma, Chun-Li, Dan Hibiki, Dhalsim, Ken Masters, M. Bison, Ryu, Sakura Kasugano and Zangief), eight heroes from the Marvel Universe (Blackheart, Captain America, Cyclops, Hulk, Omega Red, Shuma-Gorath, Spider-Man and Wolverine) as well as Norimaro, a Japanese explusive original character created and owned by Japanese comedian Noritake Kinashi who represents neither Marvel nor Capcom. Additionally there are 6 secret characters that are palette swaps of existing fighters with different moveset properties (U.S. Agent, Mephisto, Armored Spider-Man, Mech-Zangief, Dark Sakura and Shadow) and two bosses (Apocalypse and Cyber Akuma) totalling at 26 characters in the game.
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