Well I'm going to my first Final Round, which is this Saturday so I'm really hitting the lab hard.
This is a taste of what I do in training mode of Marvel vs Capcom 3. Enjoy! ^^
Uploaded by my youtube channel check it out here ---> http://www.youtube.com/user/ariscool24?feature=mhum
PowerUp 2011 just passed recently and there were some great matches. SSF4, MK9, and MvC3 where all there. The first ever MK9 Major, as well as Justin Wong getting a Yellow Card from EVO Officials. Check the Grand Finals Replays from the Team Spooky Stream.
Marvel vs Capcom 3 Singles Grand Finals Floe vs Noel Brown.
This match was a really good one, but a lot of people feel that it should have been Justin Wong vs Floe. Justin Wong was issued a Yellow Card from the EVO Officials for "Intentionally Playing Poorly". 2 Yellow Cards is the same as a Red Card which means you are DQ'd from the EVO World Championship in Las Vegas.
Check out the match below to see the controversial Justin Wong vs Noel Brown match.
What are your thoughts on the controversial match and the decision for the Yellow Card issued to Justin. Tell us in the comments.
Super Street Fighter 4 Grand Finals Wolfkrone vs DMG PR Balrog
Wolfkrone is the best C.Viper out there right now. High level play always. Tell us what you think in the comments.
Mortal Kombat Grand Finals EMP Perfect Legend vs EMP Tom Brady
Tom Brady is Godlike in MK, he has been playing since MK 1 and it shows. First ever Major and already extremely high level play. Tell us what you think in the comments.
For more info and results on the PowerUp 2011 Tournament click here. Don't be a Jimmy!
By: goukijones Sep 15, 2010 | 4 Comments
X-32 and Tron Bonne show up in MVC3 check out this video.
X-32? Really? We already have Wolverine. Oh well, not high on my list and getting lower. Where is Birdie? Seems like a perfect game for him.
By: Cinderkin Oct 8, 2010 | 6 Comments
New Confirmed characters from Comic Con New York!
Here is some info from the Marvel vs Capcom 3 Panel:
• Arthur has all the attacks and specials he had in the original Ghost 'n Goblins games.
• Spider-man is the first character they're showing who will have alternate costumes. Iron Spider, Symbiote Spidey, and the new Spider-Man costume from the upcoming "Big Time" comics.
• The plot of the game is that Doctor Doom, with the help of Wesker, has assembled a team of villains together that could destroy both Capcom and Marvel's worlds. As such, it's a "Battle that will decide the fate of two worlds." i.e. Fate of Two Worlds.
• The lead battle designer for MvC3 is the same person from Marvel vs. Capcom 2.
• There could be a Marvel Super Heroes 2 if there was enough requests for one, but currently there are no plans. This is a pretty standard answer that Capcom gives, though.
• New game modes will be announced once more characters are revealed.
• Marvel will officially announce two new characters on their side at the Comic-Con panel tomorrow (Saturday) at 10:45 a.m. EST tomorrow. This is likely Magento and M.O.D.O.K who were accidentally leaked.
Check out the images and some screens below.
Tell us what you think in the comments. Don't be a Jimmy!
By: blazemanx Feb 2, 2011 | 11 Comments
the first images of the DLC characters jill and shuma gorath
although its not much....its great to finally see in game images of jill and shuma gorath.
im really picking up the zero suit samus vibe from jill and shuma looks good i cant wait to see thier animations.
what do you guys think?
By: Cinderkin Jul 22, 2010 | 6 Comments
THOR and AMATERASU join the cast.
For those of you following Marvel vs Capcom 3 you'll know that Thor (Marvel Super Hero) and Amaterasu (Capcoms Okami) were leaked last night. Those who don't know may be happy or not about these two additions. I for one can't see myself playing a 4 legged wolf in a high speed fighting game, but thats just me. I am however happy to see Thor. He has been a long awaited character for far to long.
Check out these Pics below of the two in action.
More Info and Screens over at Eventhubs http://www.eventhubs.com/news/2010/jul/21/amaterasu-and-thor-confirmed-marvel-vs-capcom-3/
Don't be a Jimmy! Let us know what you think of the upcoming game and characters in the comments below.
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By: goukijones Jan 24, 2011 | 11 Comments
It's that time of year, Video Game season 2011. Dead Space 2 & Two Worlds II releaese 1/25/2011 & the weeks to follow gamers will see some huge titles released. Marvel Vs Capcom 3, Homefront, Bulletstorm & the Playstation/Move/3D compatible Killzone 3.
What do you need, what do you want, we got Deals Jimmy! Keep an eye on those Xbox Live subscriptions and buy them whenever you see them on sale. They stack up, never expire and make great gifts. Controllers are on sale, especially if you want the new one with the new d-pad. Can't find a Playstation Move Controller? Neither can we.
It's that time of year again, Video Game season is in full swing. Dead Space 2($54.96) and Two Worlds II releaese 1/25/2011 and the weeks to follow gamers will have some huge titles released. Marvel Vs Capcom 3, Dragon Age II, Bulletstorm and the Playstation/Move/3D compatible Killzone 3. Check out these deals We've been watching below.Read full story...
My top 10 games I'm hoping to play... well, at least see at this year's E3 convention.
- Portal 2, Multiplatform
- Star Wars: The Old Republic, PC
- Batman: Arkham Asylum 2, Multiplatform
- Halo: Reach, XBox 360
- MvC3, Multiplatform
- Fallout: New Vegas, Multiplatform
- Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2, Multiplatform
- Metroid: Other M, Wii
- Fable 3, XBox 360
- Medal of Honor, Multiplatform
Are there any big PS3 exclusives? Don't give me that Grand Turismo 5 shit either, first of all I've seen that at the last 5 E3s and secondly it's bullshit, it's cars.
Of course, I should mention the true number 1 game I really want to see is any game that hasn't been announced yet, as that's kinda the point of E3.
By: Cinderkin Feb 7, 2011 | 14 Comments
Miles923 got an early copy of Marvel vs Capcom 3 and decided to make a pretty sweet combo video. It features a ton of characters and is done quite well. Check it out!
Which ones were your favorites? What do you think of these combos? Tell us what you think in the comments. Don't be a Jimmy!
It's been 11 years and Marvel vs Capcom 3 is finally here... too bad it's terrible. After all these years this is what Capcom has to offer? An unpolished game, broken game play, and and uninspired storyline. MvC3 is a complete disappointment. Find out why!
Now that I’ve got your attention, I just wanted to say that everyone on the Gouki.com crew loves Marvel vs Capcom 3.
Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds is finally upon us. After 11 years of waiting since the release of the well-known and still played Marvel vs Capcom 2, Capcom and Marvel Comics unite once again. The 3 on 3 brawler is back and better than ever with 36+ characters, 100+ hyper combos, and dream match-ups galore. After spending well over 12 hours of straight Marvel vs Capcom 3 action the Gouki.com crew is still itching for more. Capcom and Marvel favorites such as Ryu, Chun Li, Captain America and Spider-Man return as well as adding some new faces to the games franchise like Dante, Arthur, M.O.D.O.K and Deadpool. Marvel vs Capcom 3 is something to be remembered.
Marvel vs Capcom 3 has an impressive storyline this time around. A great threat is upon the two worlds of Marvel and Capcom. Dr. Doom has gathered all the most evil villains of the Marvel universe, such as Super Skrull, Magneto, and Dormammu and joined forces with Albert Wesker in a plot to join their worlds in order to conquer them. That is until Galactus from the Fantastic 4 is awakened and threatens the entire earth. It is up to all of the heroes and villains to stop Galactus before he destroys both worlds and rules the galaxy.
Here is a video of a full Arcade run through, but check out Galalctus at 12:36!
The gameplay of MvC3 is unlike the other vs series where the button configurations are of 4 buttons instead of your classic 6 button set up. What has returned from MvC2 is the 3 vs 3 2D action. Choose up to 3 characters from Marvel, Capcom, or a mix between and battle it out against a team of 3. Character assists return as well as hyper combos. What is new in MvC3 is the X-Factor, which is what you would call your desperation or clutch card. Activating X-Factor not only heals your fighter during battle, but also makes them stronger and gives them better defense. X-Factor lasts longer and is more effective when only 1 fighter of a team remains, but using it earlier has its advantages as well. Also new to the series is tagging out fighters within combos. Launch your opponent into the air to continue a combo and you can tag out to your next fighter making the combo even greater. Capcom has made MvC3 more accessible than ever with the new Simple Mode. Simple Mode allows those new to the vs series to be able to jump in with a simplified control scheme and still pull off insane combos, making Marvel vs Capcom 3 fun and accessible for beginners, advanced or any skill level.
MvC3 has a good amount of modes this time around, and will suit everyone. There is your classic Arcade mode where you pick a team of 3 and fight through 6 stages before reaching the final boss fight. Arcade mode is your story mode for MvC3. Then you have Versus mode, which if you have friends over this will take up most of your time. 2 players each choose a team of 3 and battle it out for bragging rights among friends or each other. The Gouki.com crew played this mode the most and we still can’t get enough. New to the Marvel vs Capcom series is Mission mode. Mission mode is a list of moves and combos that must be completed for each character. There are 10 missions per character and they each get increasingly more difficult. Training mode has returned from MvC2, but is better than ever. Training mode is one of the best features in the game, because it allows you to not only mess around, but learn combos, tricks, and more.
Check out this video of me going through some of the trials with a few characters
MvC3 runs on the MT Framework in full 3D and is the most impressive vs game to date. It simply looks amazing. The colors, the lighting, the character models, even the stages are impressive. Capcom has really outdone themselves with MvC3. The game just looks too good. Each character is done is full 3D, with defining characteristics that truly sets them apart from anyone else in the cast. From The Hulk’s veins, to Wesker’s Jacket, every character has something that brings out their personalities; sprites are a thing of the past. The stages are wonderful with how each has things that make them stand out from the rest. Capcom and Marvel fans will notice little cameos and easter eggs in the backgrounds of the stages. MvC3 looks stunning.
The audio in MvC3 is wonderful. The voice work for each character is done exactly how you would expect them. When you hear Captain America say “Avengers Assemble” it will put a smile on your face. The characters each have close to 60+ sounds and quotes that completely define them. Deadpool breaks the fourth wall with some of his quotes, and Ryu says things that you would expect from him. MvC3 also has quotes just based on character match-ups or team choices; it adds a nice touch to the voice work. The music is fantastic in MvC3 with character specific themes, as well as great menu themes. They even brought back the famous “Take You for a Ride” with a few remixes as well.
MvC3 has an online component that will please a lot of people, but also disappoint others. While MvC3 has Ranked, Player, and Lobby Battles which you would expect they dropped the ball on the 8-player lobby system. In games like Super Street Fighter 4 and Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo HD Remix, lobby play allows those not playing to be able to spectate the matches while they wait for their turn. MvC3 is missing this option as of right now, and hopefully will be rectified in a patch soon. Other than that the online is great. You can enjoy player matches to test your skills against others for fun, or you can jump in a ranked match and battle against the best for points. With online play MvC3 is going to give you a ton of replay value.
Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two worlds is one of the best fighting games ever made, and will give you a fun experience for years to come. With the possibility for DLC the roster could reach into the 50’s and we could see new modes, new stages, and plenty more. If you like fighting games, super heroes, or just having fun in general then Marvel vs Capcom 3 is the game for you. Don’t be a Jimmy and go out and get yourself a copy. Tell your friends to get it, you won’t be disappointed.
Bottom Line: BUY IT!
By: Cinderkin Dec 2, 2010 | 7 Comments
Capcom's Christian Svensson made an enlightening post on the Unity Boards recently explaining why some of the projects fans have requested haven't gotten through the approval process, and also delves into the Marvel vs. Capcom 3 demo.
Since the fans are demanding it, what's taking so long to make a Darkstalkers 4, Capcom vs. SNK 4 or Darkstalkers HD Remix?
Svensson: Several reasons (and these go for any "why aren't you developing XYZ fighting game right now")... right now we're focused on Street Fighter X Tekken, SSFIV: 3D Edition, Street Fighter 3 Third Strike Online edition, Marvel vs. Capcom 3 and maybe something else somewhere... that's more than enough fighting products for an audience to digest in the near term without overly cannibalizing each other.
Second, we also only have so many development resources. Not just any team can make a credible fighting game and we have loads of requests for lots of titles that we don't have the resources to make.
Thirdly, while we listen very closely to fan requests, any product decisions has to overlay positively against strategic objectives and be prioritized against product viability.
Lastly, it takes years to make a game (that's multiple years), even an HD Remix, so while we may get to them some day, that day is still likely to be a ways off.
If MvC3 is about fan-service then why is there no pre-release demo for fans who didn't get the chance to go to any of the expos or tournaments?
Svensson: Again, several reasons: First, schedule. 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. 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. 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.
Why isn't MvC3 coming to the Wii?
Svensson: The Wii received Tatsunoko vs. Capcom as its Versus offering. We wanted development and business focus on X360/PS3 for MvC3.
Is Jon Talbain on the MvC3 DLC list?
Svensson: Sorry, but I can't talk about DLC plans at this time. You'll need to wait and see and I thank you for your patience.
Will there be an updated version of MvC3 sold after it's initial release?
Svensson: Sorry guys, I've got no light I can shed here on future plans for the franchise.
I don't know where this picture comes from exactly, but it seems that the Twitter character leak for Marvel vs Capcom 3 is true. With the inclusion of Mike Haggar and Phoenix, now we have Akuma. Check out the screen.
Are you excited about Akuma? Tell us what you think in the comments. Don't be a Jimmy!
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