Ok, so admittedly you won't be picking up one of these super-smexy vinyl discs that were distibuted at Comic-Com
However, there will be Marvel vs. Capcom 2 soundtrack goodness available for those of you who want it next week. There's no announcement on a price yet but we're kinda hoping they give it away. Or at least offer it as a freebie to those...
Not a formal announcement of kinds, but an announcement of such
Ever since GameStop listed a retail version of Marvel Vs. Capcom 2 for the Playstation 3, we've been waiting for confirmation. The above image comes from Capcom's own Unity forums from a moderator. The box does not contain a disc, instead you'll get a download voucher, an eight
This trailer rocks
Not only does it have some dodgy kind of storyline that brings comic books to life but it also depicts a battle for supremacy between Iron Man and Mega Man. Iron Man, Mega Man, same game! Marvel vs. Capcom 2 is such a good game. We can't wait for August.
Capcom have confirmed that Marvel vs
Capcom 2</a> will hit the Playstation Store this August 13th, two weeks later than the XBOX 360 version. The game will cost $15 in the US. Let's hope that the game lands simultaneously in Europe, we hate to wait months for Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix.
Shattering reports from almost two months ago, a Tweet from the Capcom Twitter page has dashed hopes of a June Marvel vs
Capcom 2</a> release, instead pushing the game right the way back to "the end of July". So alas, no Marvel vs. Capcom 2 tomorrow guys. You're going to have to wait that bit longer.
An interesting listing on Gamestop seems to point to the possibility of a retail box for Capcom's upcoming Marvel vs
Capcom 2</a>. Of course, like other retail editions of downloadable games, there'll be no disc - just a redemption code. Alongside the download code, Gamestop suggest there will be a DVD case, a disc containing exclusive...
Hey, we like the quirky jazz that's in Marvel vs
Capcom 2</a>. But we understand that we're probably the only ones who do. Well the same applies to hip-hop really, but you have to commend Capcom for going out of their and providing an added incentive to buying the PSN download version of Marvel vs. Capcom 2 this summer. They've confirmed to...
Are you excited for Marvel vs
Capcom 2</a> yet? We know we are. We can barely contain our excitement from overcoming our brain and forcing us to dress up like a cross between Mega Man and the Incredible Hulk. Which is why we're so pleased to finally have a release date to focus our attention on: June 29th. Which is in fact a Monday. Whether...
Remember that part near the start of the 1986 Transformer's movie where Optimus Prime lands on Autobot city and proclaims: "Megatron must be stopped, no matter the cost," and he subsequently transformers, runs over three Decepticons and blasts a couple more? Well, if you remember all that, you'll also remember that it's all heartbreakingly set to the melodic rock of Stan Bush's "The Touch"
Here's the trailer for the upcoming Marvel vs
Capcom 2</a> on Playstation 3. The first thing to say is: the particular remix used in the video is terrible. Aside from that though, we think it's impossible that we could be any more excited. Who do you guys play as? Gambit, Ken and Jill Valentine here. Word.
Capcom 2</a> has been announced. It's also been announced that will include a graphics filter. But what difference does that make? Well, the above screen, courtesy of Kotaku, suggests to us that the "Crisp" filtering will be best, but basically, with three choices on offer you're bound to find something you like. Did we...
As we suspected, Marvel vs
Capcom 2</a> has just been announced for Playstation Network. The game will sell for $15 (roughly £11.99 we assume) and will introduce a new visual filter and online play. The game is being developed by Foundation 9 and has been built from the Dremcast code. A demo has been confirmed for the American Playstation...
Capcom 2</a> has already been rated for the PS3 by the ESRB. Eagle-eyed shoppers have also noticed a Marvel Vs. Capcom 2 tournament stick in the Shopto.net database. In fact, all that's left for Capcom to do really is formally announce the game because we're already certain it's coming. Which is where the website www.tu4ar.com comes...
While it hasn't been confirmed, merely in the form of a rumoured ESRB rating on the lovely ESRB ratings website, this is the best "better-than-rumour" rumour I've heard in a while
Mainly because, dude, it's Marvel vs. Capcom. MARVEL versus CAPCOM. Like Capcom being the same company that actually kick more tail than Nintendo and SEGA at the moment...