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All Marvel characters assist moves in Marvel vs. Capcom 3, TU4AR remix

As promised, video of all of the Marvel character's assist moves have been posted on SmexyMillz's YouTube channel. Also, some Take You For A Ride remixes are up as well, hit the jump to hear one of them.

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Iron Man Marvel vs. Capcom 3 100% character kill combo

Another Marvel vs. Capcom 3 video was posted on SmexyMillz's YouTube Page (which again, is very much worth subscribing to), which shows a 100% combo by Iron Man, which knocks out one fighter.

It requires 4 bars of Hyper meter, KFC (an X-Factor cancel) and is corner specific.

Sent in by Xcrosss.

She-Hulk vs. Spencer Marvel vs. Capcom 3 showdown

She-Hulk vs. Spencer Marvel vs. Capcom 3 showdown A Marvel.com showdown spotlight by Sumoslamman about She-Hulk and Spencer is available now. Like past articles, this has an overview of their powers, history and play style in the game. Here's a grab.

She-Hulk's Play Style: Jen has a lot of different options out of her Runner’s Start stance. She can slide under projectiles and OTG, bounce off the wall to avoid hypers, punish, and plenty of other mix-up attacks. She has an anti-air hyper which is great in surprising those chronic jumpers, but her real strength lies in her assortment of unblockable instant-stun command grabs. Landing one of those grabs sets you up for huge damage, and She-Hulk has the power to really bring the hurt.

Spencer's Play Style: Spencer can use his bionic arm to swing around the screen, get in close and to escape from sticky situations. The Wire Grapple, on hit, pulls the enemy in for some meaty combos as well as some quick and dirty damage utilizing his easily comboable Bionic Lancer hyper. He also has an unblockable command grab and his Wire Grapple can be used in the air after a combo to OTG, relaunch and reset for some truly impressive beatdowns.

Submitted by Richi, Shannaro!!!, Shonuff and Biggz124.

All Capcom characters assist moves in Marvel vs. Capcom 3

SmexyMillz uploaded a video showing all of the assists for the Capcom characters in Marvel vs. Capcom 3, plus some of the ways they can be applied. You should subscribe to his YouTube page because more MvC3 videos will be uploaded in the future.
Tip also sent in by Xcrosss.

Ono: Nintendo X Capcom is 'not terribly likely'

Ono: Nintendo X Capcom is 'not terribly likely' Street Fighter 4 series producer made some waves when he mentioned that he'd like to do a Nintendo X Capcom cross over game. The buzz was to intense around this project, it even managed to get back to Nintendo president Satoru Iwata.

IGN wrote a little more on the matter, but it wasn't very good news, as Ono outright said the project was unlikely to happen.

"I certainly don't think anything is impossible, though not terribly likely is probably a way to phrase it," Ono said.

And what about that encounter with Iwata? "I had to go to Nintendo President Iwata-san and actually apologize that I let things get out of hand," Ono told us laughing, perhaps slightly embarassed by the entire situation. "But maybe this whole conversation could be the start of something like that… or maybe it ends with me in the dog house with Iwata-san. Time will tell where [this is] going to go."

Also, in another story on IGN, Ono briefly chimed in on the case for Darkstalkers, basically saying the title hasn't generated enough interest to get green-lit.

Ryan Hart's World Record, BLG.Filipino Champ news report

Ryan Hart had a short video posted about the Guinness World Record he picked up a little ways back, quickly collecting his thoughts on the achievement.
Also, a video news report was posted about Border Land Gaming's Filipino Champ by TFCBalitangAmerica. This report talks about Champ deciding to play games for a living after he lost his job as an accounts manager and because he's won so much as of late.

These video probably won't tell you much you already didn't know, but it's nice to see our community members getting this kind of exposure. Punch the link below to see the other clip.

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Ending credits and main menu theme for Marvel vs. Capcom 3

Ezone525 uploaded the themes for the ending credits and main menu in Marvel vs. Capcom 3. You can hear the main menu theme by hitting the jump.

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Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Hollywood Fight Club iam8bit highlights montage

If you'd like to get a short taste of what the Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Hollywood Fight Club was like the other day, there's a video a little over a minute long from iam8bit.com.

Here's a copy and paste from the Vimeo page with a description of the event as well.

On February 3, 2011, the "Fight Club" series was reinvigorated for the launch of MARVEL VS. CAPCOM 3, attracting over 1,500+ fans waiting in line for upwards of 19 hours (starting at 1am), for the doors to open. It was the biggest, loudest, most successful "Fight Club" to date, with the line wrapping around an entire city block.

Performances for the evening included ambiance from DJ R-Rated and a rockin', fanboy-induced set by Miles Mosley and band, as well as surprise vocals by Mega Ran and Leeni.

Fans were also treated to the first public demo of the Nintendo 3DS in North America, showcasing "Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition"; and a carefully curated selection of retrofitted arcade boards and sticks in the "Classics Lounge," serving as an interactive museum for every, single Marvel/Capcom collaboration leading up to "MVC3".

Round 2 of GameSpot/Capcom's Marvel vs. Capcom 3 tournament

GameSpot has Round 2 footage of a Marvel vs. Capcom 3 tournament that was held in conjunction with Capcom a little ways back. This again features a brief interview with Seth Killian and some match commentary.
In case you missed it, you can find Round 1 footage here.

Killian talks Deadpool, X-23 and Phoenix with BitMob

Killian talks Deadpool, X-23 and Phoenix with BitMob BitMob's second Marvel vs. Capcom 3 article goes over Deadpool, X-23 and Phoenix with Seth Killian, offering a couple of paragraphs about each fighter and what you can expect when using them in game. Here's a bit to get you going.

Seth Killian: First off, you win with Deadpool from the moment you pick him. He's got hands down the best lines and zingers in the game, from the prematch face off to his win quotes -- as well as some of the best sight-gags -- but he's also no slouch at depleting the opponent's lifebar.

Deadpool has got plenty of solid combos, but ultimately, with his limited movement options and his notoriously unreliable teleport, I feel he works best playing a kind of "dynamic keep-away," where you use a combination of his guns and unique projectiles (like his QCF+B [quarter-circle forward plus B] grenades) to drain your opponent's health and harass them into attacking.

Twelve Street Fighter 3 Third Strike fan art contest winners

Capcom-Unity uploaded the final batch of Street Fighter 3 Third Strike Online Edition fan art images, this set shows Twelve.


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More information about why each piece was select is available on the Unity site. In case you missed them, you can view the Urien and Remy submissions as well.

MarkMan shows more of Mad Catz's new joystick

Mad Catz's MarkMan showed a little bit more of what will be in store for fighting game fans in the future today via Twitter. To give you a bigger picture, the image uploaded the other day is on the right.


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Kudos to Boba Tapioca and Pipboy for the tip.

RipTen plays Marvel vs. Capcom 3 with L.I. Joe and Seth Killian

RipTen plays Marvel vs. Capcom 3 with L.I. Joe and Seth Killian RipTen has a short story about how they got to play Marvel vs. Capcom 3 with Seth Killian, but lucky for the community, fighting game veteran L.I. Joe was also on hand to share in the experience.

The real treat here is a 22 minute video embedded in the article which shows Joe playing while Seth Killian talks about the game.

This goes over multiple gameplay mechanics and it's worth looking over when you can.

Thanks to Ashley for sending this in.

ShinAkuma's PJS Latif C. Viper Super Street Fighter 4 rushdown video

oShinAkumao has a highlights package of PJS Latif's C. Viper in SSF4.

Ono tells how 3DS Super Street Fighter 4 came about, Street Pass mode

In a 5+ minute interview with GameSpot, Capcom's Yoshinori Ono told how the game came about on Nintendo's 3DS system. There's also some video of Street Pass mode while Ono chats about the title.
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Ono talks PC version of Super Street Fighter 4, Street Fighter X Tekken and admits to trolling

Ono talks PC version of Super Street Fighter 4, Street Fighter X Tekken and admits to trolling Yoshinori Ono was in Northern California this morning and answered some questions on a live stream hosted by the Capcom-Unity folks.

Ono covered a number of recurring questions from the fans, including Super Street Fighter 4 on the PC, a new DarkStalkers, Oni and Evil Ryu and other things of that nature.

To see an archive of the stream, plus a transcript of notable details, hit the link below.

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Desk's one handed Super Street Fighter 4 combos compilation video

Desk has a compilation video of some character combos being done with one hand in Super Street Fighter 4.