• Capcom: Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 is disc only game, no upgrade via DLC

    Capcom has just clarifies all doubts related to Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3. The game is schedule to launch in November, and features twelve new characters, spectator mode, and balance tweaks.

    Marvel Vs Capcom 3

    Capcom just clarifies whether owners of Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds will be able to upgrade to Ultimate by purchasing downloadable content?

    Ryota Niitsuma, producer, in an interview with Siliconera said, "Right now, we’re only thinking about releasing a disc version,"

    "Given the development schedule, there wasn’t enough time to work out all of the details to release it as downloadable content, as well. Also, for the reason you mentioned, there is so much data in the game it was easier to go this route,"

    Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 will launch for PS3 and Xbox 360, and will carry a price tag of $39.99

  • Leaked Image of Frank West and Strider in Marvel vs Capcom 3

    A leaked image featuring Dead Rising's Frank West and Strider in Marvel vs Capcom 3 has created a wild buzz around the web. The image appears to be taken from a cell phone and it showcase characters life bar and just a part of Strider's body.

    Reports are claiming that the image is suspicious as it only shows charater's names and not their much tricker in-game appearances.

    Frank West in MVC3

    Earlier in the past there has been many rumored that suggested Frank West and Chuck Green of the Dead Rising franchise will be coming to Marvel vs Cacpcom 3, however Capcom neither confirmed nor denied it.

  • Marvel Vs Capcom 3 Shadow Mode DLC Confirmed

    Capcom officially confirmed that Shadow Mode a new DLC feature will be available for Marvel vs Capcom 3 in the form of a series of downloadable pack which will allow gamers to face off against custom-built computer opponents, modeled after famous players and specific themed teams.

    Marvel vs Capcom 3 Shadow Mode

    The very first custom built DLC pack will release in March, and it will be from Producer "Ryota Niitsuma". Each pack will have three unique teams to battle against each other with the help of their own programmed special techniques, ability and preferences.

    According to Capcom other upcoming DLC will be based on some personalities whom we already know.

  • Marvel vs. Capcom 3 to feature Japanese and English voiceovers?

    As the release of Capcom's Marvel vs Capcom 3 coming closer, one by one we are getting new details about the game. First the intro sequence of it was revealed in a video and now a screenshot hints that gamers will be allow to select Engish or Japanese voiceovers for each and every character.

    MVC3 voiceover setting

    This means that gamers can make Ryu (having mother tongue Japanese) speak in English. It will be interesting to see how this work out. However this is still a rumor just take it with a pinch of salt and wait for an official announcement.

  • Capcom Commented on their decision of "No Demo for Marvel Vs Capcom 3"

    As reported earlier by us that Capcom won't be releasing demo for Marvel Vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds, but at that time Capcom didn't give out any specific reason for it.

    Recently on the official Capcom-Unity forums Christian Sevensson had a word or two on the reason behind not releasing the demo for the game.

    Marvel Vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds

    Here is what reasons Christian Svensson gave:

    The very first reason was schedule, Sevensson said “If you wanted a demo, you’d have had fewer characters, less polish or some other tradeoff in the full game because the game absolutely had to ship within this fiscal year (business reality).”

    “Demos take time to make, test and submit and they aren’t cheap which would mean something else would have to be cut or reduced to have time in the schedule and budget to do it,” he further added.

    “Secondly, historically our retail fighting game releases have not had demos and we don’t believe that has hurt sales or long term consumer feedback if the experience is good (and in MvC3, it is great).”

    “Lastly, we have made the game available to play at literally dozens of events around the world, so sampling opportunities have existed,” said Svennson.

    “It doesn’t mean everyone who would want to try it has had the opportunity, but I would venture a guess that literally hundreds of thousands have since we announced the title back in April.”

  • Capcom Announced Marvel Vs Capcom 3 Art Contest

    Now this is the best chance to show your drawing skill. Capcom UK body has announced an Art Contest for Marvel Vs Capcom 3 where fans will showcase thier piece of artwork for the game, and the best one chosen will get lots of exciting prize.

    Marvel Vs Capcom: Fate of Two Worlds

    Here is the details of Prize that winner will get:

    • Xbox 360 or PS3 console
    • Copy of Marvel Vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds
    • Framed Print of Winning Artwork

    Apart from all the above the winning entry may also featured in the art book which will be coming out along with the special edition of Marvel Vs Capcom.

     Capcom is giving you the opportunity to illustrate your own vision of Marvel Vs Capcom 3 to millions of fans.Capcom UK will select the best piece of artwork and the winning entry will receive either a PS3 console or Xbox 360 console, a copy of Marvel Vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds, a framed print of their winning entry and could have their entry featured in the art book to be released with the special edition of Marvel Vs Capcom 3: Fate Of Two Worlds!

    Marvel Vs Capcom is slated to release part of 2011, European release date is yet to be announced.