XMNR: The first batch of DLC for Marvel vs. Capcom 3 went live this afternoon, but owners of the Special Edition (which includes the DLC codes as a bonus) are reporting problems redeeming their code for Shuma Gorath and Jill Valentine.
the codes don't work because it was delayed by the disaster in Japan... deal with it... because they're dealing with alot more.
this only affected the actual country of japan as far as i know because my codes ,ps3 version, worked fine
that is weird.. but regardless people should understand the situation in Japan.. and be patient... there might be some type of mixup or something with everything going on
There could be some people trying to get the DLC for free and reporting it as "Unable to Redeem"
I do find this a little strange 'cause it worked for my PS3 MvC. I wonder why one and not the other.
The servers in Japan were shut down to conserve energy for the parts that are dealing with the disaster. Funny how the most privilege people are always the first to complain about trivial things.
because for the most privileged people, that is their biggest problem!
On australias ban of mk in july they will pass the 18 classification the main guy that was blocking it has gone and his replacement says he will be voting for it woooo hooo finally. I know this was a marvel article .
I don't think the author is bitching about it, just putting out a general PSA style message.
im one of those people whose code wont work on the redeem website hopefully they fix this soon
Square Enix, Konami, Capcom, Sega, and Sony have all delayed games or shut down servers to help deal with the earthquake disaster. You'll just have to wait it out. I know it sucks for you, but whats happening in Japan right now is far worse.
xboxgamers play fighting games? must not have a ps3.... haha kiddin yo calm down. got it on ps3, jill plays like crap till u master her mission mode. all her specials are garbage by the way, complete and utter garbage
You get what you pay for Kidding i am sure that they will fix this problem ASAP.
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