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Tatsunoko vs. Capcom



For: Nintendo Wii

Tatsunoko vs. Capcom is freaking insanity. Its birth spawns from the strangest of blends, but the outcome is the Wii's greatest fighting game. Try to imagine if Marvel vs. Capcom's crack-cocaine dealer made whoopee with all of Tatsunoko's Japanese production staff and Street Fighter IV's art director while Nintendo execs watched, liked what they saw, and wanted to see that same magical moment recreated on the Wii. That is Tatsunoko vs. Capcom, the zaniest fighting game the Wii will ever see. Just look at that screen and tell me it's not beautiful. --Travis Moses (Follow me on Twitter here!)

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