Marvel vs. Capcom Helper Characters: Juggernaut  » Games  »
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  • When you summon Juggernaut he simply rushes onto the screen and rams straight into the opponent, with this character being so large it takes a bit of effort to jump to avoid his head on attack, but it is also blockable
  • Overall, I like Juggernaut's speed when summoned and when attacking

    • by RJR
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      Ah the large Juggernaut, a famous X-man from the Marvel X-men series and brother of Xavier Charles also known as Professor X. How can two brothers truly be such the opposite of one another. Anyway, back to Juggernaut being featured as a helper character in the Marvel vs. Capcom game.

      Juggernaut is a large monstrous character which is well known for his strength and destructive power. He is obviously fit enough to


      be a main character but has to settle for being a helper character in the first installment of the Marvel vs. Capcom series.

      Since Juggernaut is such a powerhouse, he has one of the smallest number of summons you can get in the game…only three per stage! When you summon Juggernaut he simply rushes onto the screen and rams straight into the opponent, with this character being so large it takes ...


      • a bit of effort to jump to avoid his head on attack, but it is also blockable.

        If Juggernaut happens to miss the opponent though he just goes straight across the screen performing the attack and disappears when he reaches the next side. For a big character Juggernaut moves at a really fast pace when summons, he literally plows through the screen in about a second when he does not hit the

        opponent. When he does connect an attack to the opponent it takes down a nice amount of life from the life bar too.

        Overall, I like Juggernaut’s speed when summoned and when attacking. His attacking style is nice and direct so very little chance of missing the opponent, but such a small amount of summons for help though. That’s okay though, he does his fair amount of damage when you use him right!




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