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Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes (2000)

A pirate-woman named Ruby-Heart who united fifty-two of the Earth's strongest heroes and villains, transports them to another dimension on her enormous battleship to fight an evil shape-shifter named Abyss who wants to rule all realities.

Writers:

Hidetoshi Ishizawa (planning) (as NEO-G Ishizawa), Tatsuya Nakae (planning)
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Cast

Uncredited cast:
Kae Araki Kae Araki ... Felicia (voice) (uncredited)
Lawrence Bayne ... Cable / Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Rick Bennett Rick Bennett ... Juggernaut (voice) (uncredited)
Chris Britton ... Iron Man (voice) (uncredited)
George Buza ... Colossus (voice) (uncredited)
Patrick Chilvers Patrick Chilvers ... Spider-Man (voice) (uncredited)
Tony Daniels ... Gambit (voice) (uncredited)
Catherine Disher ... Psylocke / Storm / Spiral / Jill Valentine (voice) (uncredited)
Cathal J. Dodd Cathal J. Dodd ... Wolverine / Captain America / Iceman (voice) (uncredited)
Len Doncheff ... Omega Red (voice) (uncredited)
Don Francks ... Sabretooth (voice) (uncredited)
Kaoru Fujino Kaoru Fujino ... Rockman / Roll / Baby Head (voice) (uncredited)
Susan Hart Susan Hart ... Cammy / Marrow (voice) (uncredited)
Dan Hennessey Dan Hennessey ... Sentinel (voice) (uncredited)
Osamu Hosoi Osamu Hosoi ... Dan Hibiki (voice) (uncredited)
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A gorgeous, powerful, pirate-woman named Ruby-Heart who united Fifty-two of the Earth's strongest heroes and villains, transports them to another dimension on her enormous battleship to fight an evil shape-shifter named Abyss who wants to rule all realities. Written by <edweh@clam.rutgers.edu>

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A collision of the world's most powerful universes!


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T

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Country:

Japan

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 March 2000 (Japan) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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Taking the Shotokan parody of Dan one step further, he now has a similar attack to the move simply called "Death." His version of the attack does more damage but is kamikaze, so Dan loses all his life but one unit in the process. See more »

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One of the greatest fighters I've played for a long time!
15 September 2001 | by Studx50See all my reviews

Marvel Vs Capcom 2, as the spectacular tournament fighting game it is, has lived up to its expectations, and it has grandly surpassed them. Capcom has filled a tired genre with innovations again. It makes me wonder what is in store for Marvel Vs Capcom 3. The graphics are just unbelievable! The music and sound affects are superb, and the gameplay is fast and furious (as well being great fun) with great control. The character selection in the game is amazing, as well. This is such a great game!


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