Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3

By Jason Cipriano

Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 has been out on console since the middle of November, and its quality has been well documented since then (even by our own Charles Webb). So, with the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of the game covered ad nauseum by now, why is the Vita version even worth mentioning? It includes some exclusive modes and features that the console versions couldn't, make it worthy title in its own right. Find out if the Vita version is the way to go, or if you should stick to your fight sticks on consoles.


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Forgive the rough (and possibly inaccurate Latin), but this week, the Vita launch begins as some gamers get their hands on the first wave of the limited edition console. Big name franchises like Lumines and Uncharted mark Sony's new system's debut, while on the home console and PC front, Alan Wake is finally on your personal computers, UFC 3 brings the pain, and Twisted Metal returns.

Check out some of this week's major releases after the break.

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Costumes for characters with muscles.

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Duke Nukem takes on some Nazis, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 gets a new round of Minimate figures, and more.

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The strategic card-mod thing is ready to play with Capcom's promised free update for Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3.

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Capcom dished out hearty serving of screenshots from the upcoming Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 for PS Vita today, showing some awesome skull-cracking fights between our favorite Marvel superheroes and legendary Capcom video game characters. They also give us a look at some of the game's new features.

The new game takes all of the action from the original Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 and crams it into a bite-sized portable rendition of the game. Players will also have the ability to spruce up characters with new Gold Herald color schemes and check out new “replay” and “spectator” game modes that let us share and watch battles via PS Vita's WiFi connection. Read More...

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By Gregg Sanderson

We should all be so good at dealing with adversity. Capcom and Marvel have taken their heavily interrupted downloadable content plans for Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 – put off due to the earthquake and tsunami disasters in Japan – and expanded them into the most eagerly anticipated discounted title you could imagine: Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom !. The raucous crowd attending the panel at New York Comic Con clearly couldn't wait for the November 15 release date and were eager for any morsel of info or glimpse into the game that has yet to be revealed. They were not to be disappointed!

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UPDATE: It seems Capcom wasn't too careful about where they hid the remaining "Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3" characters, as members of NeoGAF spotted artwork for each of the 12 new characters on Capcom's servers. If you're not worried about spoilers, the full list is at the bottom of this post.

Original Story: If you thought Capcom was limiting its re-releases to the "Street Fighter" franchise, you clearly don't know Capcom. As the publisher that basically inventing DLC in cartridge form back in the 90s, the company has seen plenty of success with recent re-releases like "Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix" and "Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition," even if it hasn't seen much success in keeping its game titles under 6 words. It recently expanded the trend outside of "Street Fighter" with the upcoming "Dead Rising 2: Off the Record" and now they're giving the re-release treatment to "MvC 3" with "Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3," coming in November for $39.99.


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