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Author Topic: Marvel/DC Mugen Reviews from a Player's Perspective  (Read 1034 times)

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Marvel/DC Mugen Reviews from a Player's Perspective
« on: January 20, 2009, 02:23pm »
Announcing a web blog that has been around for a couple months now, but is always fresh with new content for you to read. Gives insight on:

1) General Mugen information on various Marvel/DC Characters
2) Shows you numerous moves; training and in-action footage from Youtube
3) Match ups of various versions of the same character against one another
4) Brief player perspective information given on created characters
5) General background information on characters from various sources

Will also discuss other Mugen related topics like: Grudge matches of certain characters (Mugen and in comic history), Custom made games, Mugen on other Platforms, and the latest addition, a large WIP board where you can get progress on various chars, as well as publicize your current project if you so choose.

All this and more at:

Think of it as an e-magazine celebrating Marvel/DC Characters in their Mugen form and the creative processes behind them from a player's perspective.

To see some player created character's in action:

And some of the most impressive work done in regards to Marvel and DC characters has been by groups at these locations:

Hope all these websites, especially the blog help you find the information you need on all things Marvel/DC Mugen related.

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Re: Marvel/DC Mugen Reviews from a Player's Perspective
« Reply #1 on: January 20, 2009, 03:28pm »
Mugen can be very unbalanced, I'm willing to give mugen another chance if they managed to make the
fighters balanced.

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Re: Marvel/DC Mugen Reviews from a Player's Perspective
« Reply #2 on: January 20, 2009, 05:55pm »
You say *they* as if there is one entity overseeing everything. There is not, as every character is individual created by players for love of the game and then shared with other players, also out of a sense of community.

Every single character can have his difficulty adjusted during gameplay, and if you want to take the next step in adjustment, when you download characters, you can just things yourself if you learn the proper way to do so.