Capcom: Testing the Fan-Base

During February 2011, Capcom (a Japanese based developer and publisher) released a highly anticipated sequel to “Marvel vs. Capcom 2,” simply called “Marvel vs. Capcom 3.” The appeal to this specific type of fighting game is that you can pick a team of three fighters, which can be switched out at any point. These characters can come from either the extended Marvel Universe or Capcom’s characters who come from their respected video game franchises such as: Resident Evil, Megaman, Street Fighter, etc. When announced, fans clamored for more and more details of a game ten years in the making. Everyone hoped that this game would change the face of the modern fighting game genre and directly compete with the Mortal Kombat reboot. However, when it was released during February of this year, it fell short of nearly everyone’s expectations.

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zeal0us2303d ago

Testing the @$$

Kamikaze1352302d ago

Cancel two Mega Man games, give up on DmC, give up on RE, and you're testing fans? Kiss my ass, Capcom

zerocrossing2302d ago (Edited 2302d ago )

Replace "Testing" with "Screwing over" and I agree.

evildanser2302d ago

capcom *i'm rolling my eyes*

Quagmire2302d ago

lmfao at your avatar.

"Capcom, you fo realz?"

Quagmire2302d ago

Ohh look, a smily face!

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