Club 740 was the center of attention for all gamers Feb. 3, when Capcom brought its legendary “Fight Club” to Los Angeles. Gamers were able to play the upcoming “Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds” before its release this week.

One of the most anticipated games of the year had fans waiting in line for hours to get into the event to be one of the first to experience the game.

“Wesker! Wesker! I loved it. It’s so fast, but it reacts quickly,” says Jordan Brown, 20, a dedicated lover for all Marvel and Capcom games. “I love everything [about it]. It’s a welcome change.”

The game features Marvel and Capcom fans’ favorites such as Captain America, Iron Man, Spider-Man, Chun-Li, Wesker and Tron Bonne. The graphics are crystal clear, and the speed of attacks allows players to produce multiple fighting combos.

The event had various stations set up on three different levels. On the first and second floors players tested out the new “Marvel vs. Capcom 3,” while gamers were treated to arcade versions of past “Marvel vs. Capcom” on the underground floor.

Images of different characters where shown throughout the club, live music played and a professional artist painted faces. Live characters, like Phoenix, Ryu and Hsien-Ko, also appeared so fans could take pictures and get up close with their favorite characters.

“Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds” will be available Feb. 15.