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    • X-Men vs. Street Fighter | Street Fighter Wiki | Fandom
      • X-Men vs. Street Fighter is an arcade game released by Capcom in 1996 and is the first game in the Marvel vs. Capcom series. It features the mutants from the X-Men franchise and the world warriors from Super Street Fighter II Turbo in their Street Fighter Alpha 2 incarnations as well as Charlie Nash from the Alpha series.
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  2. X-Men vs. Street Fighter - Wikipedia

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    X-Men vs. Street Fighter is a crossover fighting video game developed and published by Capcom. It is Capcom's third fighting game to feature Marvel Comics characters, following X-Men: Children of the Atom and Marvel Super Heroes, and the first installment in the Marvel vs. Capcom series.

  3. X-Men vs. Street Fighter | Street Fighter Wiki | Fandom

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    X-Men vs. Street Fighter uses a system similar to the style developed in Marvel Super Heroes, and adds the tag team gameplay feature. Instead of the usual best-two-out-of-three round format, the game's matches consist of two-on-two battles between tag teams. The player controls one character at a time, while the other awaits off-screen. The starting character can tag the waiting one in at any time by hitting the Hard Punch and Hard Kick buttons, which activates the "Variable Attack"; the tag partner will jump in with an attack and taunt briefly. During their taunt, they are vulnerable to counterattack. The dormant character will able to recover a portion of their vitality, while the current character is fighting. If one character loses all of their vitality, then the tag partner will automatically come to play. A match is over when both members of a team are defeated. There are other ways to bring the character's partner in; the "Variable Counter", which replaces the Infinity Counte...

    Version 1 (960909 in Japan, 960910 outside of Japan)

    1. Ryu and Akuma are able to recover from their hop kick in midair. 2. Ryu's Hurricane Super will push the opposing player down, allowing the player to recover.

    Version 2 (961004)

    This is the most common version that can be found in arcades. 1. Ryu and Akuma can not recover from their hop kick. 2. Ryu's Hurricane Super pushes the opposing player up rather than down. 3. Sabretooth's Jumping Infinite is now a bit more difficult to time. 4. Dhalsim is no longer able to do a Yoga Drill the instant he leaves the floor. He actually has to jump a small distance before the Drillwill come out.

    Version 3 (961023)

    Capcom released this version in an attempt to remove all the Infinites they knew of. 1. Storm cannot use her Lightning Attackmultiple times without landing between attacks. 2. Cyclops' aerial Fierce and Juggernaut's aerial Fierce and Roundhouse pushes the player straight down. 3. Wolverine's Drill Clawdoes not throw the opposing player across the screen. 4. Storm's Lightning Attack no longer causes enemies to fall on their backs, so she cannot hit enemies with all three hits one at a time (se...

    The PlayStation port of the game did not receive particularly favorable reviews, earning a "passable" 6.0 at IGN and a 3.6 at GameSpot. The Saturn version received better reviews, getting a 7.4 review at GameSpot.

    Official Art

    1. To view all official character artwork, see: Official Art.

  4. Talk:X-Men vs. Street Fighter - Wikipedia

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  5. X-MEN VS. STREET FIGHTER - Wikipedia

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    ストリートファイター』(-バーサス-)(x-men vs. street fighter)はカプコンが1996年 9月にアーケードゲーム(cps-2基板)として発売した2d対戦型格闘ゲーム。当記事ではその家庭用ゲーム機への移植版についても記述する。

  6. X-Men vs. Street Fighter – Wikipedia

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    X-Men vs. Street Fighter käyttää samantapaista systeemiä kuin Capcomin aikaisempi peli Marvel Super Heroes, mutta lisää mukaan kahden hengen joukkueet. Kolmen erän sijasta hahmot tappelevat yksi vastaan yksi ottelua siihen asti kunnes jommankumman joukkueen molemmilta hahmoilta on loppunut energiat.

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  7. X-Men vs. Street Fighter | Marvel Database | Fandom

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    Playable Characters: 1. X-Men 1.1. Cyclops 1.2. Gambit 1.3. Rogue 1.4. Storm 1.5. Juggernaut 1.6. Sabretooth (First appearance) 1.7. Magneto 1.8. Wolverine 2. Street Fighter Characters 2.1. Akuma (Gouki) 2.2. Cammy (First appearance) 2.3. Charlie (Nash) (First appearance) 2.4. Chun-Li (First appearance) 2.5. Dhalsim (First appearance) 2.6. Ken Masters (First appearance) 2.7. M. Bison (Vega) (First appearance) 2.8. Ryu (First appearance) 2.9. Zangief (First appearance) Antagonists: 1. Apocalypse 2. Shuma-Gorath (Cameo) (Appears in Storm's ending) Other Characters 1. Forge (First appearance) (Appears in Storm's ending) (Cameo) 2. Acolytes (Appears in M. Bison's ending) 3. Angel (First appearance) (Cameo) Reality 1. Earth-30847 Locations: Items: Vehicles:

    Version 1

    1. Ryu and Akuma are able to recover from their hop kick in midair. 2. Ryu's Hurricane Super will push the opposing player down, allowing the player to recover.

    Version 2

    The most common version found in arcades 1. Ryu and Akuma can not recover from their hop kick. 2. Ryu's Hurricane Super pushes the opposing player up rather than down. 3. Sabretooth's Jumping Infinite is now a bit more difficult to time. 4. Dhalsim is no longer able to do a Yoga Drill the instant he leaves the floor. He actually has to jump a small distance before the Drill will come out.

    Version 3

    Capcom released this version in an attempt to remove all the Infinites they knew of. 1. Storm cannot use her Lightning Attack multiple times without landing between attacks. 2. Cyclops' aerial Fierce and Juggernaut's aerial Fierce and Roundhouse pushes the player straight down. 3. Wolverine's Drill Claw does not throw the opposing player across the screen. 4. Storm's Lightning Attack no longer causes enemies to fall on their backs, so she cannot hit enemies with all three hits one at a time (...

  8. X-Men vs. Street Fighter | Marvel vs. Capcom Wiki | Fandom

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    • Gameplay
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    X-Men vs. Street Fighter uses a system similar to the style developed in Marvel Super Heroes, and adds the tag team gameplay feature. Instead of picking one character, a player picks two. The starting character can then tag the waiting one in at any time by hitting the Fierce and Roundhouse buttons, which activates the "Variable Attack"; the incoming player will jump in with an attack and taunt briefly. During their taunt, they are vulnerable to counterattack. There are other ways to bring your other character in; the "Variable Counter", which replaces the Infinity Counter of Marvel Super Heroes, breaks your block to bring your teammate in with a counterattack at the cost of a level of super meter. Also, the "Variable Combination" is a two-character super attack which costs two levels, and will switch your character as long as neither character gets hit during their super moves. Unlike some other tag team games such as Tekken Tag Tournament, X-Men vs. Street Fighter requires both ch...

    Cameo Characters

    1. Birdiein Sabretooth's moves and ending 2. Matsuo Tsurayabain Cammy's ending 3. Psylockein Cammy's ending 4. Guilein Charlie's ending 5. Professor Xin Chun-Li's ending 6. Phoenixin Chun-Li's ending 7. Icemanin Chun-Li's ending 8. Beastin Chun-Li's ending 9. Archangelin Chun-Li's ending 10. Sariin Dhalsim's ending 11. Dattain Dhalsim's ending 12. Melin Ken's ending 13. Elizain Ken's ending 14. Vegain Magneto's ending 15. Balrogin Magneto's ending 16. Sagatin Magneto's ending 17. Forgein Stor...

    Shoutouts

    1. Hulkgets a shoutout from Juggernaut in his ending

    The arcade version of X-Men vs. Street Fighter was met with a widely positive response. It streamlined the style and introduced the concepts of the successful Vs. series. Borrowing elements from Darkstalkers and Marvel Super Heroes, the over-the-top gameplay and visuals were an immediate sensation. The PlayStation port of the game was universally panned by press and fans alike, earning a "passable" 6.0 at IGN and a "bad" 3.6 at GameSpot. Due to the RAM limitations of the PlayStation, the port was significantly inferior to the arcade in both graphics and gameplay. A lot of animation frames had to be removed, making the game look awkward and choppy, and performance was still "unacceptable" with slowdowns during special moves that made the game essentially unplayable. Because of memory limitations, this version also lacked the tag-team setup; instead, it used a traditional best-two-of-three round setup in a similar manner to Rival Schools: United By Fate. It was possible to have a tag-...

    Action figures based on the characters of the game was released by Toy Biz in 1998. Each set contains two action figures, one character each from X-Men and Street Fighter. Charlie and Storm were not made into action figures, possibly due to being the least used characters.

    In this game, when the first character on the team was knocked out, they would bounce up and down across the stage, eventually ending up off the screen. In subsequent games, characters that were kn...

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  9. Marvel vs. Capcom - Wikipedia

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    X-Men vs. Street Fighter was initially released as an arcade game in 1996. The game was later ported to the Sega Saturn in 1997 and PlayStation in 1998. It established the series' basic gameplay conventions by combining Street Fighter-style combat with tag team features.

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