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Marvel vs. Capcom 3 special event tournament results, video archive

Marvel vs. Capcom 3 special event tournament results, video archive Capcom-Unity hosted a live stream from CES 2011, and Marvel vs. Capcom 3 was one of the games they showcased throughout the day, along with some of their other titles.

A special Marvel vs. Capcom 3 event tournament happened as well, with EG.Justin Wong, EG.Marn and other players competing. To see who won and which characters they used, plus to check out an archive of the stream, hit the jump.

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G4TV's Marvel vs. Capcom 3 video preview with Seth Killian

G4TV.com has added their own preview of Marvel vs. Capcom 3 into the mix, but they get a personal overview of the game from Seth Killian. This recaps a lot of previously known information, but it also touches on the level of animation in the game and some other things, but it always nice to hear Seth talk about the game.

Another look at Marvel vs. Capcom 3's alt. colors

Another look at Marvel vs. Capcom 3's alt. colors Destructoid has a article showing Marvel vs. Capcom 3's alternative costumes/colors, which has full body shots, unlike the images that were posted earlier.

You can find higher resolution versions of these images in their gallery, although it will take you a few extra clicks to access each one.

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High resolution Shinkiro Marvel vs. Capcom 3 artwork, Q&A

On Capcom-Unity a brief new interview and some artwork from the legendary Shinkiro was posted for Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Here's a bigger look at the image from the write up. The one of the left is high res, the one on the right is REALLY high res.

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Marvel vs. Capcom 3 alt costume colors, more Phoenix & Haggar screens

MSXbox-World.com posted a bunch of Marvel vs. Capcom 3 images showing the various character's alternative costumes and colors. Here's a rundown.

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New character roundup for Marvel vs. Capcom 3

New character roundup for Marvel vs. Capcom 3 GameSpot has a good preview article of the twelve most recently announced fighters in Marvel vs. Capcom 3, sans Phoenix and Mike Haggar, giving you a paragraph or so detailing how each of the fighters play.

Obviously not heavily in-depth stuff, but informative none the less. Here's a clip.

Crimson Viper

Crimson Viper's highly technical gameplay translates well into the fast and frenetic world of MvC3. Unlike the other Street Fighter contenders we've seen, she brings in the special systems at play in Street Fighter IV. Her focus attack can absorb a number of hits and crumples foes just like before, while EX versions of her special attacks can be excited at the cost of one bar of special meter. C. Viper is a deadly fast character and easy to combo with, even if you're just mashing buttons. When you pair that with her quick and deadly burning kick, she makes an excellent character for both newcomers and veterans alike — even with such low stamina.


If you were a fan of the Master of Magnetism's previous incarnations in the series, then you'll be happy to know that little has changed. His disruptor projectile is still great for keeping opponents at a distance. Likewise, his returning gravitation attack — which grabs enemies, stuns them, and brings them closer to Magneto — is great for setting up a ground combo that you can eventually continue in the air with his launcher. The same goes for Magneto's throw, which momentarily stuns opponents in a similar way, allowing you to capitalize as long as you dash over. Magneto's level one supers — magnetic tempest and shockwave — are the same as in Marvel vs. Capcom 3, while his level three super grabs opponents and crushes them in magnetically dramatic fashion. Overall, he's a bit slower than most of the other characters on the roster, but in the hands of the right player, his attacks are pretty devastating.

More Marvel vs. Capcom 3 gameplay videos from GameSpot, Destructoid

GameSpot has uploaded a bunch of gameplay videos for Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Hit the link below to check them out, and also find links to new footage from Destructoid.

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Sakura Street Fighter 4 combo video by Mune

Mune created this combo video for Sakura in Street Fighter 4.

Phoenix and Haggar revealed for Marvel vs. Capcom 3

Phoenix and Mike Haggar were officially revealed this morning for Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Here's HD versions of the intro movies for both fighters.
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Daigo's Yun in Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition, Genei Jin combos

Kim1234 and Air uploaded some footage of Daigo's Yun in Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition. You can see that Daigo has a ton of Battle Points and he also pulls off two very nice Genei Jin (Super) combos.
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Akuma in Marvel vs. Capcom 3?

NowGamer.com posted an early review of Marvel vs. Capcom 3, and in a screen shot it showed Akuma as one of the playable fighters. Here's the image.

A Google cached version of the review is still available.

Some people have argued that this image looks fake, while others have claimed this website wouldn't Photoshop an image like this for one of their reviews.

NowGamer.com had previously mentioned Hakan in Super Street Fighter 4 prior to his official announcement date, so there may be a bit of history repeating itself.

What do you think? Leave a comment below with your thoughts.

Story submitted by SFilp, J, Luna, Abcbadcat, Ew0k and KirbyKirbyKirby.

Marvel vs. Capcom 3 previews from CVG, Ready Up

Marvel vs. Capcom 3 previews from CVG, Ready Up A couple new Marvel vs. Capcom 3 previews hit the web recently. Both offer up a few minor details, but probably don't say anything that's going to blow you away. The first one, from ComputerandVideoGames.com focuses a lot on the melding of these two franchises, here's a clip.

Even something as insignificant as alternative costume colours are given care and attention, with alternates being based on costumes from the characters sported throughout the different comic book eras.

The faithfulness to source material even extends to interactions during battle, with characters being aware of who their teammates and opponents are and making references to any significant relationships.

Pick Iron Man, Captain America and Thor and Iron Man will start the battle by ordering The Avengers to assemble. Play as the Hulk and tag in She-Hulk and Bruce will call her Jennifer, making reference to their family connection. Put Ryu up against Spider-Man and he'll kick off the fight by saying "I hate spiders," while Spidey retorts with "You must have a black belt in stupidity if you think you're going to beat me". It's these small details that suggests that the game will appeal to an audience much broader than its predecessors.

Next up is a preview by Ready Up, here's another rip from that write up.

If the characters have some kind of story based relationship they will address them on a more personal level. For example, Wolverine will call his clone and surrogate daughter, X-23 by her real name, Laura. She in turn will call him Logan. Similarly at the start of a match your team leader’s face-off comments can be affected by the make up of your team or the first opponent. I urge you to build an Avengers team led by Captain America and check out Felicia’s comment on the state of Dormammu’s head. I’ll not spoil any more as there is real joy to be had finding them yourself.

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Seth fields multiple Marvel vs. Capcom 3 questions, no turbo speed option

Seth fields multiple Marvel vs. Capcom 3 questions, no turbo speed option Seth Killian posted quite a few responses recently on the Unity Boards to fans who had questions about Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Here's the run down.

Will there be a turbo speed selection for Marvel vs. Capcom 3, or is there just one speed that everybody has to adapt to?

Seth Killian: Nope, no "turbo" mode — just watching people wavedash and triangle jump at you will convince you that's probably not what you would wish for :)

What's good to know about the online play besides license cards? What new features will we see? — Kit

Seth Killian: As for online, there's some cool stuff but yes, that's yet to come.

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Video shows many new Marvel vs. Capcom 3 alt. colors

A new video is up from Game40TV which shows a number of the new alternative colors/costumes for the various characters in Marvel vs. Capcom 3. The clip is available in HD.
Submitted by Roo, KirbyKirbyKirby and Flashy.

New Marvel vs. Capcom 3 images

A set of new Marvel vs. Capcom3 images were posted today. They don't show any new characters, but there are some very stylish shots, and for some of you they'll show a few things you haven't seen before.

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Q&A with DMG's Dr. Chaos about AE Ken, other stuff

Q&A with DMG's Dr. Chaos about AE Ken, other stuff Jason24cf sent over a question and answer session he had with DMG's Dr. Chaos, who's an exceptional Ken player and the winner of the Evo 2010 Stetson cowboy hat.

This covers a myriad of subjects, starting with the changes to Ken in Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition before moving through Dr. Chaos' opinion on the tournament scene and his DMG teammates. Hit the jump for everything.

Jason24cf: We all read about the changes being made to Ken from the Capcom development blog. Now that you had the chance to play Ken in Arcade Edition, what are your feelings about him?

Dr. Chaos: Well, Ken feels as he actually has changes in this version of SF4 unlike vanilla to SSF4. He feels more complete although his walk speed is still a bit slow. I am happy the way he turned out in Arcade Edition and can't complain.

Jason24cf: Now I know they gave him more recovery on Light Dragon Punch, and I am happy about that. On XBL that damn Light Dragon Punch baited me all the time that said what new additions he received that you like.

Dr. Chaos: Haha, well of course I like the faster sweep which in turn enables him to combo into it now, Crouching Medium Punch is also more useful now because of its longer hit stun so certain stuff you could only do on counter hit in vanilla/super is possible off regular hits.

Standing Light Punch also has a better range on crouchers now and I believe ken is +4 on block so he can start his offense a bit better, the target combo I haven’t really tried that much, but I heard its better. EX Kara Hurricane Kick not being a full screen overhead anymore is missed, though.

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More print ad Marvel vs. Capcom 3 artwork, compilation image

Dave Wilkins posted another part of his Marvel vs. Capcom 3 print ad artwork, which you can check out below. Also, on the right, a crappy compilation was created to give you an idea of how the final piece will look.

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Source: Capcom's MvC3 Facebook page. Tip from KingCris, compilation idea from an anonymous reader.