Maximilian Dood (Maximilian)Matthew Simmons (Doctor Doom)Michael Young (Wesker)Benjamin Shuman (Additional)Tess Christiansen (X-23)Lyndsey Addison (Bikini Zombie)David Vincent (Mega Man Nerd)Nasir Lateef (Mega Man Nerd)Andrew Schieffer (Larry Hayes)Spif Zaya (Jill Valentine)Jack Conway (Captain Commando)Sean Boundy (Additional)D.J. Danielson (Chris Redfield)Sandra Diana Cantu (Phoenix)Adam Siouty (Game Store Employee)Dave Thomas (Todd Jennings)Erron Neidenfuehr (Merc)Nikki Brunetti (Morrigan)
Matthew Simmons, Andrew Schieffer, Michael Young, Maximilian Dood
Originally based on the fighting game Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds, "Assist Me!" is built around helpful character tutorials designed for the intermediate-to-advanced player looking for strategies and tips. These tutorial segments are interspersed with live-action scenes, starring Maximilian "Dood" Christiansen and featuring a host of guest actors as the grab bag of demi-humans, super-villains and all-purpose malcontents on the MvC3 roster. More recently, though, Max has been branching out the series towards other fighting games, the first of which being Marvel vs. Capcom Origins (An Updated Re-release of Marvel Super Heroes and Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of the Superheroes), and he has discussed the possibility of doing the series for Street Fighter X Tekken as well. Max is joined in every episode by his roommates, the ineffable genius (or so he'd have you believe) Victor Von Doom and highly adorable sun goddess Amaterasu. Together, Max and Doom air-combo, X-Factor, and wave-dash their way towards mastering the game before Galactus makes good on his threat to annihilate the world. Albert Wesker and Strider Hiryu also appear as recurring characters. Though Doom mostly complains and gobbles yogurt.