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  • After playing with her so many times on the PlayStation, I have noticed some characteristics which I do not like

    • by RJR
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      I play a lot of video games and Lilith isn’t your regular run of the mill character that just shows up in your character lineup to be selected. Lilith is Morrigan’s sister and can be unlocked in the PlayStation version of the Marvel vs. Capcom game by beating the big boss with Morrigan.

      Lilith can be “unlocked” in the arcade games by following a certain path of characters which should be done in a fast manner till you reach the


      block which would be shown on the side of the regular character picks as a shadowy looking type of box.

      In the Marvel vs. Capcom game, Lilith looks exactly like Morrigan, except her default character wears red and lilac colours. Instead of shooting fireballs out of her hands, she shoots hearts and one of her super also consists of many hearts being released from her wings.

      My personal view on playing with Lilith is that it is not worth wasting your ...


      • quarter to play this character in the arcade. After playing with her so many times on the PlayStation, I have noticed some characteristics which I do not like.

        First of all, her hearts which she fires from her hand as a regular “fireball” sort of evaporates after reaching a certain area of screen, which can esentially leave your opponent in the clear if they are at a great distance away from you. Her super where she fires hearts from her

        wings also doesn’t land too many hits.

        Lilith has the same fighting style as Morrigan though which means you can play her easily if you are an experienced Morrigan player. They share a couple super moves which are alike in all ways, so that is nice too. i love to play with Lilith instead of Morrigan when I am gaming on the PlayStation. Just be aware that her powers don’t match up to Morrigan’s. At least that is how I see it.




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