Cross Counter presents: Marvel 1.0 feat. Viscant (Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Tutorial)





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Published on May 11, 2011


That's what we kept saying to ourselves every time we lost in Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Despite our best efforts we kept getting bodied and we were sick of it.

If you've been getting bodied in Marvel vs. Capcom 3, this is the video for you. We were and we got sick of it, so we called in some help from one of the smartest players in the fighting game community, Viscant.

His Wesker/Iron Man/Phoenix team is one of the strongest we've seen to date and in this video he gives us the lowdown on the most effective ways to WIN MORE.

You will learn:
- The ins and outs of Wesker and Iron Man
- The most effective ways to use Phoenix
- How to practice in Training Mode (and it's not just combos and execution!)
- How to construct an effective team for yourself
- The importance/non-importance of the DHC Glitch

Meet Viscant
Viscant's team
Wesker and Iron Man
All About Phoenix
Offensive Strategy
Defensive Strategy
Training Mode
Team Order
Team Synergy
Combo Creation
gootecks vs. Viscant
Mike Ross vs. Viscant

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