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Super Smash Bros. Vs. Capcom Vs Series: It’s a Versus Versus!

Super Smash Bros vs Capcom

With the first official footage of the new Smash Bros having been unveiled at E3 a few days ago it only seemed appropriate to feature the star-studded crossover fighting game in this week’s Versus. Though the Smash Bros series began as an experiment that no-one over at Nintendo put much faith into it’s become one of their flagship franchises, and most gamers are chomping at the bit to get their hands on the next installment.

Similarly, Capcom’s Vs series began as a curious cross-promotion for Capcom and Marvel to show off their coolest characters, and now there are a loyal contingent of gamers who live and die by the Vs name. Both series are about taking your favorite characters and smashing them together to see who’ll win, so let’s take these two titanic crossover titles and see which of them comes out smashing?

CAPCOM’S VERSUS SERIES

Best Game: Marvel vs. Capcom 2Marvel vs Capcom 2

 

Biggest Loser We Wish They’d Stop Including: RollTatsunoko vs Capcom Ultimate All Stars Roll

 

Character Who Went From Relatively Unknown to Fan Favorite: Strider HiryuStrider

 

Most Lack-Luster Game: Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars. TvC’s a pretty decent game, but the awful Wii graphics and strange cast comprised of characters most Americans have never heard of make it lack the punch of the other Vs. gamesTatsunoko vs. Capcom

 

SUPER SMASH BROS

Best Game: Super Smash Bros MeleeSuper Smash Bros Melee

 

Biggest Loser We Wish They’d Stop Including: JigglypuffJigglypuff

 

Character Who Went From Relatively Unknown to Fan Favorite: NessNess

 

Most Lack-Luster Game: Super Smash Bros. This game is still great, don’t get us wrong, but its comparably small cast and gameplay options make it more lack-luster compared to the other Smash games. That, and its graphics haven’t aged very well.Super Smash Bros

 

Winner: Super Smash BrosSuper Smash Bros

Capcom’s Vs. series has a lot of amazing games in it, but, when it comes to consistently delivering a good time, Smash Bros is king. Hardcore fans may bemoan Brawl for some oddities added to it, but universally it’s a pretty well-loved game. Like any Smash Bros title, you can break it out for a group, grab some controllers, and have some crazy, ledge-grabbing, Mario-smashing fun.

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