Capcom launches ‘Fate of Two Worlds’
While ‘Street Fighter’ has been running successfully for a long time, ‘Marvel vs. Capcom’ has subjugated the game world for around a decade.
Now, people who were keen to have a fresh game will not have to wait anymore, as Capcom has launched its new game titled ‘Fate of Two Worlds’.
Aim to allure newcomers and genre fans
Capcom has released the third edition of the series, which is designed for alluring both the newcomers as well as genre fans.
The game will revolve around a furious battle for which ‘Three vs. Three’ teams are created.
Though it has been tried to balance the fierce battles, but attacks and finishing moves are shown at a very fast speed, and once we start playing the game it’s really tough to take a break.
The three-on-three tag-team-style fighting can confuse the players, but after playing some time, it will become easier.
The absurdity of the game certainly enhances the experience, as it shows ‘Street Fighter’ like formal martial arts by the act of comparison.
Epilepsy warnings which used to appear before, on the load up screen have also been resolved in this game. This may be also because of the technological advancements and graphic onslaught.
Basically, three classes of people are assumed to buy this game. First, the fans of the complete series who have worked on Dreamcast, secondly those who are attracted to the title and fascinated by the cover art of the game, and lastly those whose curiosity is raised by just looking at it in the stores.
Crisp visuals with attractive backgrounds
The crisp visuals with attractive faded backgrounds help in giving a lot of details about the game, without disparaging from the main action.
Now, even a novice can feel more comfortable in playing it, as new controller options are developed and most of the actions are made single-button presses.
Though training modes are good, however the story mode, menu options and lobbies where online games take place are insipid.
This can be a weak point of the game, as it would drain the game for any long-term replay.