Are 12 new characters, additional modes and updates enough to justify a $40 disc release 10 months after its predecessor? How will the changes to the previous characters affect the high-level tournament scene? And what the hell is a raccoon doing with a repeater cannon?
This week the Naked Nerd Katherine Curtis joins us to discuss the logistics of Naked News reporting, Marvel vs. Capcom 3, and recent Superman casting news.
Last week two DLC characters for Marvel vs Capcom 3 were released. From the Capcom side was Resident Evil’s Jill Valentine, who’s been having trouble with mind-controlling parasites lately. On the Marvel side is Shuma-Gorath, a sassy one-eyed tentacled monster who few people who work at Marvel Comics, let alone read them, have ever heard of. Except for a handful of encounters with Dr. Strange and the Fantastic Four in the 1970s and 80s, he barely exists at all.
There’s a lot of fighting fans and fighting games out there, and with plenty of changes, additions, subtractions and super-hyper-ultra-actions in this latest iteration of the Marvel vs. Capcom series, it’s important to find out if you're one of those fans who will enjoy it. If you're one of those lucky few who do, you will have amazing, fantastic and astonishing times.
The first trailer for Capcom’s long awaited Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds has hit the web. As the title clearly explains, the game will pit the game characters of Japan’s Capcom against the characters of the Marvel Comics universe. There are only six confirmed characters at the moment: Wolverine, Ryu, The Hulk, […]