Marvel vs. Capcom 2 - New Age of Heroes [Model 841-0007C-01]

The Video Game PCB by Capcom Co., Ltd.

Marvel vs. Capcom 2 - New Age of Heroes [Model 841-0007C-01] screenshot

DESCRIPTION

Emulated in MAME ! [ARCADE] Video Game PCB

Marvel vs. Capcom 2 - New Age of Heroes © 2000 Capcom Company, Limited.


The best of the best are back! Fight with 28 characters and unlock 28 extra fighters on 3 on 3 tag battles. Learn to master the new 'Delayed hyper combo system' to combine your 3 characters hyper moves and defeat the mighty Abyss.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

CARTRIDGE ID: 841-0007C-01
Runs on the Sega "NAOMI" hardware.

TRIVIA

Marvel vs. Capcom 2 - New Age of Heroes was released in February 2000.

• Here are the debut comics for the 28 Marvel characters (for those with alter-egos, they are also listed) :
Blackheart - Daredevil #270
Cable (aka Nathan Summers) - New Mutants #87
Captain America (aka Steve Rogers) - Captain America Comics #1
Colossus (aka Piotr Nikolaievitch Rasputin) - Giant-Size X-Men #1
Cyclops (aka Scott Summers) - X-Men #1
Doctor Doom (aka Victor von Doom) - Fantastic Four #5
Gambit (aka Jean-Luc 'Remy' LeBeau) - Uncanny X-Men #266
Hulk (aka Robert Bruce Banner) - Incredible Hulk #1
Iceman (aka Robert 'Bobby' Drake) - Uncanny X-Men #1
Iron Man (aka Anthony 'Tony' Stark) - Tales of Suspense #39
Juggernaut (aka Cain Marko) - X-Men #12
Magneto (aka Erik 'Magnus' Lehnsherr) - X-Men #1
Marrow (aka Sarah) - Uncanny X-Men #325
Omega Red (aka Arkady Rossovich) - X-Men #4
Psylocke (aka Elizabeth 'Betsy' Braddock) - New Mutants Annual #2
Rogue - Avengers Annual #10
Sabretooth (aka Victor Creed) - Iron Fist #14
Sentinel - Uncanny X-Men #14
Shuma-Gorath - Marvel Premiere #6
Silver Samurai (aka Kenichiro Harada) - Daredevil #111
Spider-Man (aka Peter Parker) - Amazing Fantasy #15
Spiral (aka Rita Ricochet) - Longshot #1
Storm (aka Ororo Munroe) - Giant Size X-Men #1
Thanos - Iron Man #55
Venom (aka Edward 'Eddie' Brock) - Amazing Spider-Man #300
War Machine (aka James R. 'Rhodey' Rhodes) - Iron Man #281
Wolverine (aka James 'Logan' Howlett) - Incredible Hulk #180

• Here are the debut games for the 29 Capcom characters :
Abyss - (New Character)
Akuma ('Gouki' in Japan) - "Super Street Fighter II X - Grand Master Challenge" in Japan; "Super Street Fighter II Turbo" in all other regions
Amingo - (New Character)
Anakaris - "Vampire - The Night Warriors" in Japan; "Darkstalkers - The Night Warriors" in all other regions
Baby Bonnie Hood ('Bulleta' in Japan) - "Vampire Savior - The Lord Of Vampire"
Cammy - "Super Street Fighter II - The New Challengers"
Captain Commando - "Captain Commando"
Charlie ('Nash' in Japan) - "Street Fighter Alpha - Warriors' Dreams" in the United States, Canada, and Europe; "Street Fighter Zero" in Japan, Southeast Asia, Brazil, and Hispanic regions
Chun-Li - "Street Fighter II - The World Warrior"
Dan Hibiki - "Street Fighter Alpha - Warriors' Dreams" in the United States, Canada, and Europe; "Street Fighter Zero" in Japan, Southeast Asia, Brazil, and Hispanic regions
Dhalsim - "Street Fighter II - The World Warrior"
Felicia - "Vampire - The Night Warriors" in Japan; "Darkstalkers - The Night Warriors" in all other regions
Guile - "Street Fighter II - The World Warrior"
Hayato Kanzaki - "Star Gladiator - Episode : I Final Crusade"
Jill Valentine - "Resident Evil"
Jin Saotome - "Cyberbots - Fullmetal Madness"
Ken Masters - "Street Fighter"
Major Bison ('Vega' in Japan) - "Street Fighter II - The World Warrior"
Megaman ('Rockman' in Japan) - Megaman (Rockman in Japan)
Morrigan Aensland - "Vampire - The Night Warriors" in Japan; "Darkstalkers - The Night Warriors" in all other regions
Roll - Megaman (Rockman in Japan)
Ruby Heart - (New Character)
Ryu - "Street Fighter"
Sakura Kasugano - "Street Fighter Alpha 2" in the United States, Canada, and Europe; "Street Fighter Zero 2" in Japan, Southeast Asia, Brazil, Oceania, and Hispanic regions
Servbot (Kobun in Japan) - Megaman Legends (Rockman Dash in Japan)
Sonson - "Son Son"
Strider Hiryu - "Strider" ("Strider Hiryu" in Japan)
Tron Bonne - Megaman Legends (Rockman Dash in Japan)
Zangief - "Street Fighter II - The World Warrior"

UPDATES

The Japanese version allows you to gain access to hidden characters (such as Jill Valentine from the Biohazard/Resident Evil series) by exchanging data with the Sega Dreamcast's VMU unit. This feature is going to be removed in the US version.

TIPS AND TRICKS

• Alternate Player Colors : If you want to alternate player colors, be sure it's surrounded by a yellow border, then select it with Assist1 or Assist2, this way you will get your player with different clothes' colors.

• Attack Opponent After Winning a Match : After you win a match and your character does his/her victory pose, press Start. You'll be able to attack your fallen opponent while he/she is down.

• Alternate Win Pose For Sakura : Finish off you opponent's last character with any of Sakura's supers. After the big flash, but before the game says 'K.O.' hold down light and fierce kicks. If done correctly, her friend will run out and start dancing with Sakura.

• Unlock Characters Faster :
JUMP TO LEVEL 24 (unlock 16 characters) Enter Game Test Mode. Move cursor to Demo Sound. Press in order: Assist 2, Assist 1, Roundhouse, Fierce, Short, Jab. Exit Game Test Mode.
JUMP TO LEVEL 48 (unlock 8 characters) Enter Game Test Mode. Move cursor to Damage Level. Press in order: Roundhouse, Assist 2, Assist 1, Roundhouse, Fierce, Roundhouse. Exit Test Mode.
JUMP TO LEVEL 72 (unlock 8 characters) Enter Game Test Mode. Move cursor to Continue. Press in order: Jab, Fierce, Jab, Assist 1, Short, Fierce. Exit Game Test Mode.
JUMP TO LEVEL 84 (unlock 4 characters) Enter Game Test Mode. Move cursor to Difficulty. Press in order: Fierce, Short, Assist 1, Jab, Assist 2, Jab. Exit Game Test Mode.

• Changing character orders :
1st and 2nd - Hold Assist 1 until the match begins
1st and 3rd - Hold Assist 2 until the match begins
2nd and 3rd - Hold Assist 1 + Assist 2 until the match begins

• Operator's Command : Input the following codes in the test mode.
1) Move cursor to Sound Mode then "WK, SP, AL, AU, SK, WP"
2) Move cursor to Difficulty then "SK, SP, AU, AL, WP, WK"
3) Move cursor to Damage then "WP, SP, SK, AL, AU, WK"
WP : Weak Punch, WK : Weak Kick, SP : Strong Punch, SK : Strong Kick, AU : Assist Upper, AL : Assist Lower

SERIES

Note: also called the 'Capcom vs.' series.

1. X-Men vs. Street Fighter [Green Board] (1996)
2. Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter [Green Board] (1997)
3. Marvel vs. Capcom - Clash of Super Heroes [Green Board] (1998)
4. Marvel vs. Capcom 2 - New Age of Heroes (2000)
5. Marvel vs. Capcom 3 (2011)

PORTS

Consoles:


Sega Dreamcast japan (mar.30, 2000) [Model T-1215M]
Sega Dreamcast usa (june.29, 2000) [Model T-1212N]
Sega Dreamcast europe (jul.16, 2000) [Model T-7010D-50]
Sony PlayStation 2 korea (2002) [Model SLPM-64523]
Sony PlayStation 2 japan (sept.19, 2002) [Model SLPM-62227] : Also released as a Modern Pack [Model CPCS-01004] on the same day.
Microsoft XBOX japan (sept.19, 2002) [Model M89-00001]
Sony PlayStation 2 usa (nov.18, 2002) [Model SLUS-20486]
Microsoft XBOX europe (nov.29, 2002)
Sony PlayStation 2 europe (nov.29, 2002) [Model SLES-51174]
Microsoft XBOX usa (mar.27, 2003)
Microsoft XBOX 360 [XBLA] europe usa japan (jul.29, 2009)
Sony PlayStation 3 [PSN] usa (aug.13, 2009) [Model NPUB-30068]
Sony PlayStation 3 [PSN] japan (aug.13, 2009)

Others:


Apple iPhone/iPod usa (apr.25, 2012) [Model 508710184]

SOURCES
Game's ROM.
Game's screenshots.
Game's manual.
See goodies section.
Official website; http://www.capcom.co.jp/newproducts/consumer/mvsc2/index.html

Page last modified on June 29, 2016