Marvel Vs. Capcom 2 With iOS Flick Controls Is Out Now For Just $2.99

By Spencer . April 25, 2012 . 2:02am

mvc2iosCapcom just put Marvel vs. Capcom 2 on iTunes and the mobile version has a $2.99 launch price. After May 6, the game will go up to $4.99.


All 56 characters are in the portable release and Marvel vs. Capcom 2 for iOS uses a flick button to squeeze the game’s special moves. Capcom also added in versus mode battles via Bluetooth connectivity.


You can get the 147 MB download right here.

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  • I played 1st & own 3rd but never played 2nd, so I might it if controls r decent.

    • WilliamJasper

      I suggest getting it on Xbox Live Arcade or PSN. It’s not as low as 2.99 (might be $5-20. Don’t remember), but buttons are tons better.

      • Zonic505

        It’s $15, but it has improved graphics & the original, everyone unlocked from the start, & online.

      • Blazeddc

        Not to mention both have online play.

  • This is why IOS gaming is a major threat. They are not willing to match the price points when it comes to console/portable gaming. Also their games are so easy to patch, and upgrade. I expect online for this in a matter of weeks.

  • takopako

    why cant it cost this little on xbl… :X

  • Has somone bought it yet ? Are the controls decent ?

    • Happy Gamer

      the controls are never like a physical one but done really well and have some simplified shortcuts etc. but anything else the game is pretty much 100% identical to the arcade/dreamcast etc.
      if u have one of those 3rd party gaming attachment i would say this is a very fun little thing to have.

      having said that i never really liked using the touch screen controls to play…non-touch-y games.

      •  Thanks for the info :) , im gonna get it despite already having it on xbox , i always wanted this game in a portable device, even if it isn´t in one i really wanted to see it haha :P ( plus it´s cheap atm)

  • I can not for the life of me understand why someone would like this. Over simplified controls? Really? Is this the only way you can make a fighting game work on a touch screen device? No thanks. This is why these games will never be on the same level as a console or handheld system. I’d rather play this on my PS2, Dreamcast, or PS3.

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