No matter what game or what console, everyone has that small list of characters that they love to use more than anyone else. Sometimes they are the powerhouse characters or sometimes the speedy warriors but there are always a few a person loves and a few they hate. But the greatest part, no matter what game you play, is when two characters you love are united in a single character. These are those characters:
Sage Mode Naruto (Naruto series): Based off of his parent characters Uzumaki Naruto and the Toad Sage Jiraiya, Sage Mode Naruto is a comlete and total monster on the battle field. He uses a perfect combination of Naruto’s signature moves (things like his Shadow Clone’s as well as his Rasengan) while mixing it with some of Jiraiya’s abilities (like using the Toad Elders). Despite these similarities there are still some things that are changed for the better. Things like Naruto’s Rasenshuriken (his most powerful finishing move) which on his normal version is a close/mid-range attack is now capable of being thrown from long distances.
Vegeta/Goku fusion (Dragon Ball Z series): This character is special in a single way: he isn’t exactly one person but two. Depending on the type of fusion that the two alien heroes use they are given different but equally powerful forms: Goegeta for the Fusion Dance and Vegito for the Potara Earrings. No matter which character you choose there are, in fact, even more character forms that appear: including the unbelievable famous Super-Saiyan forms.
X-23 (Marvel Vs. Capcom Series): Unlike the other characters on this list, X-23 isn’t actually a mixed character but a clone. Her placement on this list, however, comes from the fact that she is totally different from Wolverine (her genetic donor) without actually losing any of his more amusing attributes (his claws and attitude). Whereas the Wolverine is a powerhouse who merely rushes into every fight using his near indestructible body and strength, X-23 uses speed and trickery (including a feint attack that literally allows her to attack an opponents back).