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Just a few days after Seth Killian's departure from Capcom, word comes that he will be working with Sony Santa Monica studios and representing Playstation All-Stars Battle Royal at EVO later this week.

Just a few days ago we wrote about Seth Killian's departure from Capcom and speculated about what he might be up to at EVO this year. Well wonder no more!

Seth has been hired as "the lead game designer for the external group at the Sony’s Santa Monica Studio". What is the external group? In Seth's own words:

"The external group works with Sony’s outside studios — teams like Queasy Games (Sound Shapes), Fun Bits Interactive (Escape Plan), thatgamecompany (Flower, Journey), and… SuperBot Entertainment, makers of PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale!"

Seth seems plenty excited about PS All-Stars and still being part of EVO:

"You don’t have to take my word for it, however–we’ll be taking All-Stars on the road and making sure you guys have plenty of opportunities to go hands-on, starting with PlayStation’s first official presence at EVO this weekend. More details soon."

Yeah Seth, "details soon"... EVO is only 4 days away ya Jimmy! (I know, I couldn't believe that either.) We'll be sure to catch up with Seth when the Gouki.com crew visits EVO 2012 in Las Vegas this weekend.

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Seth Killian's Last Day at Capcom will be June 22, 2012

By: goukijones Jun 19, 2012 | 117 Views | 3 Comments

Seth Killian thanks Ono-san, Mark Beaumont, and Niitsuma-san in his farewell letter as a Capcom employee.

Here's a shocker Jimmy. Seth Killian is leaving Capcom as of Friday June 22, 2012. Look, people come and go in all types of positions. I'm sure some of us have worked with a co-worker who was super cool, but one day just stopped coming to work. A few weeks later you find out he's now running his own company somewhere. So here's to Seth Killian buying that THQ studio that just got fired and starting his own game company. He could call it SethWare. That'd be dope. 

This letter might be a little difficult to read for some. That just means it's very serious for us and we get it. Thank You Seth and here is my favorite excerpt.

"to the FGC: In no uncertain terms, you have been my reason for everything. A game can be incredible, but it's the players and where they take it that elevate it into legend. Both as individuals and as a group, you have taught me more than I could have ever thought possible. Every hour on the road and every air mile towards my first million doesn't begin to repay the debt I feel to all of you. You are a family to me."

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Seth Killian VS FnJimmy EVO 2011 Interview

By: fnjimmy Aug 1, 2011 | 389 Views | 4 Comments

Yes I'm speaking directly with Capcom now. I do it for all the Jimmys around the world.

I know his name is Seth Killian. I was nervous.

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MvC3 Match Bochan Vs Seth Killian Using GH Guitar Controllers!

By: SpeedBrkr Feb 12, 2011 | 377 Views | 10 Comments

Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 match with Bochan Vs Seth Killian using Guitar Hero Guitar Controllers at Capcom offices.

Check out this Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 match with Bochan Vs Seth Killian using Guitar Hero Guitar Controllers at Capcom offices!

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Seth Killian Talks about MvC3 Character Roster!

By: Cinderkin Feb 1, 2011 | 482 Views | 8 Comments

Seth Killian did a short interview with Newsarama.com detailing things about the character roster for Marvel vs Capcom 3. Things like why so and so made it in or didn't make it. It's a good read. Check it out!

A lot to read, but well worth it if your interested in more info on Marvel vs Capcom 3. Here is a copy and paste of the interview.

The first thing you should do in the game, says Killian, is "pick your characters that you are gonna have fun with." He didn't recommend any in particular, because "every character in this game has juice." Seeing the game in action, and getting hands-on time with twelve different characters in it, that became abundantly clear from the start.

We played around in the training mode for awhile, something else Killian recommends to start with so you can "feel out" the characters and see which fighting styles you like best. A character like M.O.D.O.K. "isn't gonna be a big hand to hand guy," due to the, well, small limbs. "Characters like M.O.D.O.K. and Dormammu are more technical guys, like Dhalsim, to use a Street Fighter analogy."

As for who to expect in the game, the full starting character list has been revealed, but why did someone like Taskmaster make it in when Hawkeye (who Taskmaster borrows some moves from here) didn't?

"Taskmaster was actually a Marvel request!" Killian explained. "Capcom came with a list, Marvel came with a list, then my job, I was kinda the voice of the fans, kind of a third list."

With so many to choose from, they had to narrow down based on practicality.

"When you look at characters like Ghost Rider, and Iron Fist, and Black Panther, those are great characters but it's the backstory that makes them. From a gameplay point of view they're all just punchy dudes. We didn't want you to be able to say, 'this guy is just another one of this guy but a little faster or with a different fireball'. So that was the final pass" that Capcom took off the Marvel list.

"So Taskmaster wound up pretty fun cause we could take a little from a lot of characters. Super Skrull was another that came up like that, we originally had all of the Fantastic Four on the roster, and coming up with gameplay for Invisible Woman was, you know..."

After they all argued about the characters, Marvel checked licenses and they went to work on the game. You have big characters like Captain America and Spider-Man, but also some surprises like the return of Shuma Gorath and the debut of Wolverine's female clone X-23.

X-23 was one of the big surprises gameplay wise, as she is way more than just a smaller, faster Wolverine. Her super moves in particular are much more vicious and "trained assassin" oriented. The first time you dive at an enemy and stab down from above, stabbing claws into his neck, you'll have no doubt why little Laura is on the roster.

Other Marvel characters like Phoenix have surprises up their sleeves as well; if you get low on health, Jean goes trademark crazy and turns into Dark Phoenix, unleashing stronger attacks on her foes. Thor is more resilient than Storm, though she unleashes a wider variety of elemental attacks. Sentinel is huge and hulking and Spider-Man is lithe and actually looks/plays like a human spider.

The gameplay is easy to jump into, just like the decade-old MVC2 was, but the depth in this is superior in every way. Five levels of the super bar, incredible tag-in-tag-out three character combos, new breaks, counters, and even some combos that are intimidating to think about. Dante from Capcom's Devil May Cry for example has a combo of 40-something supermoves, putting you into the 100s of hits. Those massive supermoves are one of the absolute highlights of the game; it's just so satisfying seeing Captain America strap his shield to his back and get in there down-and-dirty, taking these other "fighters" to school, or seeing Deadpool break the fourth wall, realising he's in a video game and attacking with the power bars on the screen.

As for the big bad? While it was leaked online, we won't exactly spoil that here, but when it's the "Fate of Two Worlds," you need a World-destroying threat. "The last game, you'd get to the end and just have 'thanks for playing' so we wanted this one to be bigger. We wanted an epic ending, an epic final battle, and we think we have it."

There is DLC on the way, but other than the already announced Jill Valentine in her Battlesuit costume (Killian cautions, she has "zero in common" with MVC2 Jill) and the aforementioned Shuma Gorath, Capcom is remaining silent on other future updates for the moment, while the development team takes a much-deserved vacation.

For those that might wonder what the point of hiring a comic book writer like Frank Tieri for a fighting game, Killian said it was mostly to "keep it real."

"Marvel vs. Capcom 2 was a legendary fighting game, with all these fantastic Marvel characters and the worst endings of all time."

After a brief distraction provided by M.O.D.O.K. being stomped on by a bunch of cat people (seriously), Killian continued.

"Frank basically has been coming up with good ideas for the story, and on the Marvel side really making sure we got the endings right. He also came up to speed on the Capcom side, and I think he got a kick out of having a bunch of new guys and a whole new universe of characters to play with."

The endings will feature comic book panels to finish off the story, but don't forget, that's after that big epic ending.

With only two weeks until release, we did get the last big question answered as well. Seth, is "Take you for a ride," the amazing theme from MVC2 in this game?

"Oh, it's in there. We have a bunch of remixes of it too."

 

Source: Newsarama.com

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