Street Fighter V is the best argument against pre-ordering Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite

“Here we are again,” Capcom fans are saying to each other after the clarification of how the publisher intends to sell Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite.

Before we have a character roster — and what is a fighting game made of if not a character roster? — or more than a few minutes of gameplay footage on which to base our purchases, Capcom has delivered the check. The game will cost $60 for a regular edition or you can buy a $90 deluxe version including a season pass for DLC characters whose identities, as with the regular Infinite roster, are mostly undisclosed.

And yes, the absurd $200 special edition also exists.

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RAM0N 2101d ago (Edited 2101d ago )

Preordering one month before release.

Deviwolf2099d ago (Edited 2099d ago )

Why is nobody giving Marvel Games any credit for this? This games looks heavily influenced by Marvel as it does capcom. I get the fact capcom has screwed so much in the past.

Veneno2099d ago

There was nothing wrong with SF5 launch in my opinion. Marvel 4 is day one. Too bad , suckas.

Hugodastrevas2099d ago

Yeah, i'm going Tekken 7 instead.

Veneno2098d ago

You will drop that game in 2 weeks. It hasn't changed in years.

Hugodastrevas2098d ago

So, you played it already?

Veneno2097d ago

Tekken 5 6 and 7 are all the same game. That's not difficult to see. The only difference I see is those super lame "Critical Arts" that are 50/50 hail Mary moves. And they are animated and presented poorly. They look lame. It doesn't make me want to play . There is absolutely nothing new worth checking out for Tekken 7.

Hugodastrevas2097d ago

So, have you played it already?

Veneno2096d ago

If that is a serious question then you are not very bright.

Hugodastrevas2096d ago

So you haven't played it. Stop talking out of your ass then.

Kallisti2099d ago

Only way I'll preorder it is if they bring back Venom as a Day 1 fighter

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