Japan disaster led to disc-only release of Ultimate MvsC3

Many series fans wondered why Capcom decided to release a new disc instead of a downloadable update for Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 after yesterday's announcement. Game producer Ryota Niitsuma told Destructoid that the March earthquake and tsunami in Japan created delays that forced them to change up their original plans to release DLC for Marvel vs. Capcom 3.

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MrSpace2374d ago (Edited 2374d ago )

I don't know how to put this since when you say something that's a little offensive everyone seems to turn on you when most people don't really give a crap and are just joining in for the hell of it BUT.....really Capcom because to be honest I think your just using it as an excuse. Looking back at what Capcoms done this gen, earthquake or not they would of still put it onto a disc instead of DLC but to use something like that as an excuse is pretty pathetic.

a_bro2374d ago

of course its an excuse. its an excuse for them to shove more bullshit down our throats. sorry, but im not buying into this crap. i bought MvC3 back in February and now they are going to screw us again, just like how they screwed people over with SFIV vanilla edition.

zeal0us2374d ago

using the the disaster as in an excuse for delays, is reasonable, but using the disaster as a scapegoat just to get more money come on at least tell the truth jeez.

Lord_Sloth2374d ago (Edited 2374d ago )

Option 1
Blame some1 else.

Option 2
Blame technological restraints.

Option 3
Blame God/fate/whatever you believe in.

Why o why2374d ago (Edited 2374d ago )

Blame sony....or ms

The wheels were already motion. This is how capcom have been so yeah dude whatever

dangert122374d ago

is not stupid his blaming the right guy

Optical_Matrix2374d ago

Bullshit. Theres no way this much content would have come as DLC. It's the like the transition from Street Fighter IV to Super Street Fighter IV. There was way too much content to release Super as a DLC Patch like Arcade Edition. This was definitely planned from before even MvC3 launched. What gets me is that they have the audacity to announce it a mere 5 months after the original game comes out, with a November 2011 release date...the games not even half a year old. What a waste of £40 for that broken, unfinished, barebones game.Never felt so cheated by a game company in my life.

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