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  • I have t admit, even though the summons on this character is one of the least you can get, I absolutely love to use this helper character

    • by RJR

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      As with the main characters featured in the game of Marvel vs. Capcom, there are hidden main characters. Well the helper characters also have their hidden characters as well, which are accessible to the players of the game in both the arcade and home versions of this game.

      In the arcade a special code is used to get these characters, while at home they seem to be eventually unlocked when you play the game and beat it with certain characters. I personally can’t remember how I unlocked Shadow (which is one of the hidden helper characters)

      in the line up of helper characters as it has been so long since I got him and I have always had the game saved since then.

      Shadow is just as his name suggests, he is pure black in colour and looks like a Shadow! Go figure, right?! Well, if you are into games as much as I am you will immeadiately realize that this Shadow character’s outline is the same as Charlie (which is a Street Fighter character from the Capcom world!) Shadow also moves as Charlie would.

      When Shadow is summoned her quickly enters ...

      • the screen immeadiately performing a sort of Flipping-kicking type attack. I can’t remember the name of the attack from the street fighter game but it is one that Charlie is commonly known for.

        Shadow only had a limited 3 summons but if summoned at the right time he can land up to nine hits worth of damage to an opponent! When Shadow has finished his attack he simply stands in the middle of the screen and fixes the collar on his jacket and jumps off the screen in the direction her originally flipped in on!


        have t admit, even though the summons on this character is one of the least you can get, I absolutely love to use this helper character. His attack takes down a nice bit of life when it connects and that is the key to using him, connecting to get the maximum amount of attacks in one go.

        So next time you go to play a game of Marvel vs. Capcom in the arcade, try getting Shadow as your helper character. Just look up the code anywhere on the internet. He is an awesome addition to the helper lineup!

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