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  1. Marvel vs. Capcom Origins, a compilation game which includes Marvel Super Heroes and Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes, was released for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 through the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade, respectively, in 2012. It features high-definition visuals, online multiplayer, dynamic challenges, and unlockables.

  2. Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes (マーヴル VS. カプコン クラッシュ オブ スーパーヒーローズ, Māvuru vs. Kapukon Kurasshu Obu Sūpā Hīrōzu?) is the fifth Marvel Comics-licensed fighting game by Capcom, the third to feature Capcom characters and the third installment in the Marvel vs. Capcom series.

  3. Out of all the fighting games, you will be hard pressed to find one that has so few flaws as Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes. This game really is a timeless classic and remains a fan favourite despite modern titles such as Street Fighter 5 boasting realistic graphics and advanced gameplay.

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    In the trivia section, it states Mega Man can use Onslaught's attack as a hyper combo: "However, on the Playstation version, beating the game with him allows you to use another version of Mega Man with Onslaught's "Magnetic Shockwave" available as a Hyper Combo." But I can't verify this, and I've heard it as just a rumour. Can anyone tell me the supposed button combo? Flamefury01:36, 23 May 2007 (UTC) 1. I believe it's QCB+PP (quarter-circle-back plus two punches). Plus, you have to hold Start while selecting Mega Man, and it's only on the PlayStation version. It's real because I've seen it done in-game before. JuJube01:43, 23 May 2007 (UTC)

    According to the infobox the game was first released in march '99. Although this might be true for the ports, the arcade version was released in '98 , January . Where should the release dates for the ports go? This would be one solution. --elias.hc21:59, 26 May 2006 (UTC)

    Sorry for not logging in when making the edit ( I added an external link to the Fanlistings Network-approved fanlisting for Marvel vs. Capcom, which was removed in the next edit. Why was this? I checked other Wikipedia pages before editing and they have listed their articles' fanlistings for quite some time. I thought I wasn't being inconsistent in this edit. Thanks for your time. :) - Reinhart08:37, 10 November 2006 (UTC)

    The story section claims M. Bison wants to steal the power of Onslaught for himself but what source did this come from? How exactly do we know Bison wants Onslaughts power if he's not even playable? Bison only appears in a few endings so exactly how does someone know this? Can they provide a source? I don't know about you but I smell original research and/or fancruft. Please elaborate. MightyKombat07:25, 25 June 2007 (UTC) 1. I've wondered this myself, you would think he would have more involvment in the game if this were true. 阿修羅9620:47, 26 June 2007 (UTC) Exactly. I'm considering deleting that bit of info. Why put something about a character that barely makes a few more seconds of appearence? But I'd like a vote on the move. What say you people about me deleting the Bison bit in the storyline? I reckon I should delete it. After all, Bison only appears in a few select endings (Chun Li's and shadow Lady's) and he doesn't so much as even look in Onslaught's direction with a hungry l...

    Came here via the reassessment tag in the talk page template; reassessing this to B-class. I don't really have any suggestions for improvement; I see that you've incorporated suggestions I've made for prior games, so any such review would essentially be a GA review at this point- which I assume you'll be doing next! --PresN13:44, 8 July 2015 (UTC)

    Issue 48 of Official Dreamcast Magazine, from January 2001, contains a (short) review of the game that can be found here (in the bottom of the page). Everyone is allowed to add it if desires to do so; I'll just tage Wani because I know he or she has a particular interest on it. Gabriel Yuji (talk) 02:36, 5 August 2015 (UTC)

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  5. Dec 12, 1999 · CAPCOM FAQ for the PSX by Joseph Christopher <> version 1.3 Dec. 12, 1999 this faq is copyright 1999-2000 Joseph Christopher I didn't believe there will come a time when I'll have to write something like this just to remind some people of what they all should be knowing by heart :( Anyway, here goes...

  6. Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes[a] is a crossover fighting game developed and published by Capcom. It is the third installment in the Marvel vs. Cap...

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