Dormammu and Viewtiful Joe made a splash last week as the newest playable characters in "Marvel Vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds," but now the camera's broadened its focus to show the new kids playing with the rest of the cast
"Mavel Vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds" showed off its share of stills featuring its two most recently released playable characters earlier this month, but just in time for last week's Gamescom in Germany, fans can finally view full-fledged video demonstrating Dormammu and Viewtiful Joe's combat skills in action. So far Viewtiful Joe seems like an apt challenge for M
Skrulls may have fallen a bit out of fashion following their mega exposure in Marvel's "Secret Invasion" event from a few years back, but the alien shapeshifters still have their uses. After all, the Super Skrulls' fighting abilities sure seem to lend themselves to the upcoming "Marvel vs
Six competitors walk onto a battlefield. Representing the Marvel Universe are Wolverine, Captain America and Deadpool. On the Capcom side, Chris Redfield of "Resident Evil," Dante of "Devil May Cry" and Ryu from "Street Fighter
We've known the Merc' with a Mouth was going to make a splash in "Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds" for awhile now (and also had an inkling at which attack would make him shine), but barring my own Photoshoppery, fans hadn't gotten anything beyond a silhouette in terms of an official look at what Deadpool might actually look like in the game.
Gametrailers has soothed that particular Deadpool craving with a new MvC3 vid blending some older
The announcement of "Marvel Vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds" didn't exactly come out of left field, but it was nonetheless thrilling for comic book fans and video game enthusiasts. Both Marvel and Capcom have plenty of awesome characters and settings to exploit in a video game such as this, and with the news of Deadpool as a play
It's been ten years since Marvel and Capcom's last combative get-together, but thanks to a successful 2009 re-release on the PS3 and Xbox 360 and the popularity of this year's similarly-themed "Tatsunoko Vs