Some Details regarding the
Dreamcast version of Marvel Vs Capcom 2, have been released.
For the DC version, the Y & B buttons are assigned for
fierce attack,s X & A buttons for weak attack, and L,R
trigger for Partner assistance (by defaults). As noted previously,
M vs C 2 does not have a medium attack button- the player
must hit the weak button twice and it will come out automatically
as a combo after the first weak hit.
Aerials for middle punchers
Characters whose aerial attacks began with a medium punch
in the prequel can now begin their aerials from ForwardDown
+ Fierce attack, hence
no need to start off from a weak attack.
By using the L or R trigger (2nd or 3rd partner), the player
can call out another partner to assist in the battle. As mentioned
in a previous article, this variable assist consists of 3
types which the player can select at the beginning of the
game. There are no stock limits as to how many times the partner
can be summoned- however, the partner cannot be called for
a brief while right after their assistance.
By pressing either both punch or kick buttons (2nd or 3rd
partner), the player can exchange the current fighter into
The advancing guard is still present in M Vs C 2, and can
be done by pressing both punch buttons simultaneously.
Details on Capcom's Imported Characters
on Jill Valentine
In tradition to BioHazard/ResientEvil, Jill's attacks consist
of her Beretta, Grenade Launcher, and zombies. Very unique
from other characters in the VS' series, a few of Jill's moves
goes as follows.
Beretta Throw <image>
A counter attack in which Jill hit the opponent with her Beretta
Dodge A <image1
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Jill realizes of a zombie dog running from behind, and jumps
to dodge the dog. The dog misses and attacks the opponent
Close-up attack A+ <image>
Jill Charges into the Opponent.
Code: T-002 <image>
A Tyrant attacks the opponent as Jill dodges on the ground.
A slow but powerful character due to the machine she rides
on, Tron(Toron) uses her Kobuns(minions) to defeat opponents.
A few of her attacks goes as follows.
Kobun Launcher <image>
Tron shoots out a Kobun, which slowly descends from the sky.
Tron attacks the opponent with her control gun- if it hits,
her Kobuns sticks on to the opponent to stop them from moving.
Lunch Rush <image>
Multiple Kobuns rushes onto the opponent with lunch trays.
King Kobun <image>
A gigantic Kobun hits the opponent with a squealing hammer.
Marvel Vs Capcom 2 is scheduled for release on 3/23 both in
Arcade and Dreamcast.
The DreamCast version is scheduled for price at 5800 Yen.
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