Marvel Vs Capcom
Capcom is wasting no time at all making it clear that they're very much behind Sega's Dreamcast. On March 25, exactly one month after their first DC title (Power Stone) hits, they'll be back with their second arcade port-Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes. As you can see by these screens, it looks exactly like the arcade game. It'll be interesting to see how well it animates in action. After all, there haven't been any animation-heavy 2D games on the DC yet.
If it looks as good as Capcom's 4-Meg Saturn games, we'll be ecstatic! Speaking of Capcom on DC, expect to see SF Alpha 3 real soon...
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Capcom's third Versus game is due to arrive on the PlayStation in January. Like with the previous two chapters, you won't have full tag-team capabilities here. But for this installment, you will have a choice of Partner Heroes Mode (you pick a normal partner for nothing but tag-team attacks and counters, without the actual "tag teaming") or Special Heroes Mode (you get a run-in, "guest" partner only). Only the Crossover Mode will allow tag teaming AND run-in partners, but both players must have the same two primary characters. Oh, and the neato super cancels are back as well (where you can cancel one combo to link in another). Needless to say, pick up the DC version if you want the full, unhacked MvC experience.