Community news roundup for September 25th

Posted by Jonathan 'Catalyst' Grey • September 25, 2010 at 5:03 p.m. PDT | Comments: 35
Community news roundup for September 25th
• The official New York Comic-Con website states that they'll be revealing new characters and features for Marvel vs. Capcom 3 at the expo on October 8th.

• Seth Killian elaborates a little on the plot of MvC3, and mentions that there will be a Story Mode in the game, which might be related to the mission mode Niitsuma talked about.

• Foundation 9, which Backbone Entertainment is a part of, said they generated $22 million in sales from their top five Xbox Live Arcade games. Backbone was one of the teams behind Marvel vs. Capcom 2 and Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo HD Remix's releases. This type of success likely means we'll be seeing many more of these kind of releases from Capcom in the future.

• Early registration has been opened up for the SoCal Regionals, which is a $10,000 SSF4 tournament, held from Nov. 5 - 7. There's a nifty flier for the event here.

• If you're worried about Mad Catz controller compatibility when updating your PlayStation 3 firmware to version 3.50, worry not as the update won't affect most of their products, including their line of FightSticks/Pads.

• There's a video showing a LittleBigPlanet level modeled after Guile's SF2 stage and includes a few characters from the SF series fighting.

• Makncheese got an email from CoinOpexpress offering a few minor details about SSF4's arcade release. The factory release is scheduled for mid-December 2010 and an individual kit will cost 478,000 yen ($5,665).
Sources: Alaa1982, MarkMan, Buffy, PaiZuri, IPW, EasierToRun09 and Frank.
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