Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate Of Two Worlds was arguably one of the greatest crossover tag-team fighting games of the 10’s decade The reason why Marvel vs Capcom 3 was such a big deal prior to its ‘11 release was mainly because it had been over a decade from since its ‘00 predecessor Marvel vs Capcom 2 came out in 2000. Marvel vs Capcom 3 had everything awesome graphics, fast-paced gameplay, top-voice overs for each character along with offline and online multiplayer game modes. The arcade mode was solid with the final boss being Galactus but it was nothing special. The roster of characters included in Marvel vs Capcom 3 was smaller than its ‘00 predecessor but significantly better than what we got in Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite from 2017. In fact, many people would go on record and argue that Marvel vs Capcom 3 was better than its ‘17 successor overall. Even though, Marvel vs Capcom 3 did not have a story mode like the Infinite game it’s overall presentation was better. While Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite is considered to be a solid crossover tag-team fighting game it was not as popular as its ‘11 predecessor. Marvel vs Capcom 3 is a game that casual and hardcore gamers can play today and it would e every bit as fun as it was a decade ago.