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X-Factor Dark Phoenix does a lot of damage in Marvel vs. Capcom 3

4everbuffy sent in this video of Dark Phoenix kicking some serious ass in Marvel vs. Capcom 3 after activating a level 3 X-Factor. Pay close attention to the other fighter's life bars and how quickly they deplete.

From FunkyP's Justin.tv page.

Marvel vs. Capcom 3 menu walkthrough by SmexyMillz

If you're curious what the options and modes in Marvel vs. Capcom 3 are, SmexyMillz has a terrific walkthrough with commentary showing you what to expect when you're navigating through the menus.
Tip also sent in by ShipWatt and Chris.

27 ways to land Zangief's Ultra 1 in Super Street Fighter 4

WorstGiefEVER did a video demonstrating 27 ways to land Zangief's Ultra 1 in Super Street Fighter 4.
Tip also sent in by ActRmx and Prettyboycj100.

Online Marvel vs. Capcom 3 matches from Maximilian

Some of the first footage of how the online ranked matches for Marvel vs. Capcom 3 look has been uploaded by Maximilian. The first match shows a fight against Marn.

You can see in the pre-fight sequence that your win and loss record, and any streaks you have, show up right below your gamertag, title and icon. Also, during the match, the title, icon and gamertag are visible below the health bars. Besides showing how the mode looks, there are some real good matches in here as well.

GamesRadar's history of the Vs. series with Seth Killian

GamesRadar's history of the Vs. series with Seth Killian GamesRadar did a video/article package with Capcom's Seth Killian talking about the history of the Vs. series. This starts off with how various gameplay aspects from earlier Capcom fighters made their way into what became the Vs. series.

This is a terrific video, with a lot of fun details to check out. Here's a snip.

As Seth points out in the video, many of the fundamentals of the Vs series begin with Children of the Atom. You’ve got aerial combos, big open playfields, super jumps, hyper combos and, most obviously, all the meticulously animated sprites that would be used for the next six years.

That led into 1995’s Marvel Super Heroes, which expanded the cast beyond the X-Men, adding heavy hitters like Spider Man, Captain America and Dr Doom. Its notable exclusive feature is the Infinity Gauntlet and its gems (Space, Time, Reality, Power, Soul and Mind), which you can activate during a match for various effects. These two titles performed well, and Street Fighter was still doing big business, so that naturally led to…

Tip from Kevin.

Cross Counter: Marvel vs. Capcom 3 on the horizon

Season 3, Episode 6 of Cross Counter, with Mike Ross and Gootecks is up now. This recaps the MvC3 Fight Club, the duo talks about how excited they are for the game, and discuss features like training mode's lag simulation and Shadow Mode DLC.

Also, they go over the recent Round 1 SSF4 AE tournament and how strong Yang, Yun and Makoto are, along with Fei Long's hit box changes and then get to some audience questions.
Noticed by ActRmx and Shichi.

Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Mission Mode vids: Dante, Wolverine, Zero & others

Multiple Mission Mode videos were uploaded by various YouTube members. The first bit comes from VesperArcade and has walkthroughs for Dante and Wolverine. There's also video for Zero, Iron Man and Akuma's mission modes if you hit the link below as well.

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Taskmaster vs. C. Viper Marvel vs. Capcom 3 showdown

Taskmaster vs. C. Viper Marvel vs. Capcom 3 showdown Taskmaster has a wicked counter and C. Viper is a speed demon, mix up character. These are just two of the notes from Sumoslamman in the latest Marvel vs. Capcom 3 showdown spotlight, which breaks down both fighter's play style and has background story details too.

Taskmaster's Play Style: Taskmaster has awesome range on all of his normal sword slashes making him a significant threat from mid-screen. His Legion Arrow hyper is very useful for OTGing opponent after an air combo and punishing because of it’s quick start up. His Mighty Swing is awesome for extending ground and aerial combos and Taskmaster can counter nearly every move in the game, reflecting projectiles, punishing physical attacks, and even hypers!

C. Viper's Play Style: C. Viper is all about speed and mix-ups. Her triangle jump is wicked quick and puts her right in a position to deal tons of damage up close. She has kept most of her signature attacks from Street Fighter 4 and you can use EX versions of all her special moves, granting them new attributes, while consuming one bar of hyper meter. She has a nasty high and low mix-up game and because of her speed she’s very difficult to predict. Also, the fact that she can focus attacks makes her that much more dangerous if your opponent is getting predictable.

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Move sets if Street Fighter characters were in Smash Bros.

Renynoise has been making potential move sets for various Street Fighter characters if they were playable fighters in a Smash Bros. title. You can find even more of these images here on the EventHubs.com forum thread.


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Unfortunately, both Yoshinori Ono and Christian Svensson has said a Nintendo X Capcom title is unlikely to happen, but it's still fun to conceptualize a bit.

Level|Up 1 year anniversary highlights video

Some video highlights from the Level|Up 1 year anniversary tournament held at Round 1 a little ways back were posted by Cicada.
In case you missed it the first go round, you can see results and archived video here.

Community news roundup for February 12th

Community news roundup for February 12th

• Team Khaos has a TON of archived live stream footage of Marvel vs. Capcom 3, which features Buktooth. Tip from Megadautilus.

• Mai_k_4_life uploaded a video showing a frame trap setup for Ibuki in Super Street Fighter 4, plus a block direction glitch.

• KoKuTanLuFi posted a clip showing some of the swag Capcom offered at one of their Fight Clubs.

• Oreo311 documented a few tricks Saki can do in Tatsunoko vs. Capcom with Jumping Hard Attack.

• MetalDeggial also did a Tatsunoko vs. Capcom combo video. Tip from Fawaz.

• ReNiC really hates these cans Servbot in MvC2.

New set of IGN Marvel vs. Capcom 3 character montages

IGN's latest set of Marvel vs. Capcom 3 character montages has short videos of Haggar, Super-Skrull, She-Hulk, Chun-Li, X-23, Deadpool and Magneto.

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More Marvel vs. Capcom 3 character endings from STBALLA1990

Another batch of Marvel vs. Capcom 3 character endings was posted on STBALLA1990's YouTube page. This set features She-Hulk (with a Phoenix Wright cameo), Chun-Li, Zero and many other cast members.

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Team Sp00ky's live Marvel vs. Capcom 3 stream

Team Sp00ky's live Marvel vs. Capcom 3 stream Team Sp00ky is doing a live feed of Marvel vs. Capcom 3 action. This isn't a tournament, just some players going head to head.

Like with other Team Sp00ky feeds, the stream quality is really nice, so this is a great way to tide yourself over until the game is officially released.

Hit the jump to check it out.

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Playing Marvel vs. Capcom 3 with Guitar Hero controllers

Yep, they just went there. On Capcom-Unity's YouTube page they have a head to head Marvel vs. Capcom 3 match using Guitar Hero controllers. Seth Killian even jumps in to play with his broken thumb.
Heads up from zIIGhostIIz.

Round 3 (Finals) of GameSpot's Marvel vs. Capcom 3 tournament

The third and final round of the Marvel vs. Capcom 3 tournament GameSpot held a few weeks back is up now. Here's an embed of the last sets. Seth Killian is on the mic providing commentary.

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Reports: Retail copies of Marvel vs. Capcom 3 surfacing

Reports: Retail copies of Marvel vs. Capcom 3 surfacing There have been a lot of reports of Marvel vs. Capcom 3 being sold at various places around the United States today, even though the game is officially set for a February 15, 2011 release date.

Whether you'll be able to find a retail copy of the game depends on the area you live in. If you're interested in grabbing the game early, you can call around or check various retail outlets that would normally carry it.

While there's been a few people who picked up the game even before today, the availability of the title has increased dramatically, and it's possible you can find an early copy if you look around.