Tragic has really upped the ante with this new set of Dante combos in Marvel vs Capcom 3. These will give you a glimpse of what is possible with all of these moves at his disposal. And just think, the game isn't even out yet! Makes me wonder what we'll see by EVO2011! Check out the vids below.
GameSpot uploaded the third and final highlight video from the tournament they held a few weeks back. As was the case with the last one, the level of play in this one is pretty damn good all things considered. Our very own RogerDoger's match made it into the video as well, though Seth Killian's commentary on Roger's final match is way out of sync. Still, it's all pretty awesome, so check it out!
Things have been really hectic for us at Team Sp00ky, however with us finally being moved into our new apartment, we can get underway.
The first order of Business -- We'll be streaming some Marvel vs Capcom 3 Tonight! Just check out the usual Justin.Tv Page. We've also acquired some new hardware to help us out - the Magma Expressbox and the MSI GT 660.
This gear is expensive, so at this time we need any help we can get!
For more info peep the below video:
ScrewAttack put together several compilations for Marvel vs Capcom 3, including some pretty funny pre-fight smack talking, a compilation of alternate colors for the cast, a bunch of hyper combos and a compilation of Hulk forgetting the name of half the cast. The first and last videos are especially entertaining, so check them out!
Neo Empire uploaded the second round of videos from their recent stop over at Capcom Europe's HQ. This set of videos once again features Kaworu, Carpet and Dr. Hype with a special appearance by Capcom Europe's Electric Leo. You can find the first two vids after the break and the third and final video over on Neo Empire's YouTube channel.
Seth Killian posted a little teaser over on Capcom Unity for BradyGames' Marvel vs Capcom 3 strategy guide earlier today. The teaser gives a look at Ryu and Wolverine and includes movelists, analysis on each special move and even some combos to get you started. You can check out Ryu's preview here and Wolverine's preview here.
Speaking of Marvel vs Capcom 3 and strategy guides, we're working hard on getting our own strategy guide ready to go and you can expect to hear more about it soon!
Russian gaming site 1c.ru picked up a batch of new screenshots for NetherRealm's upcoming Mortal Kombat reboot featuring Sindel and the second appearance of the not yet officially announced Ermac. There's also a couple of screens featuring Johnny Cage, Jax, Scorpion and Sub Zero in the mix as well.
"Chan" uploaded a video recorded from the recent Round 1 tournament held by the Level|Up guys where Mike Ross, Justin Wong, ClakeyD and Alex Valle talk about Justin's Yang, how godlike Yun is, and Justin gives his personal rating of Mike Ross' Honda. It's a pretty entertaining video, so check it out!
Tragic uploaded a whole batch of new Marvel vs Capcom 3 combo vids to his YouTube channel earlier last night. These videos cover some pretty slick combos from Captain America, Tron Bonne, Taskmaster, Dormammu and Spider-Man. The Captain America, Taskmaster and Dormammu vids are especially awesome, so you should at least check those out.
You can also find a few other vids over on his YouTube channel, where he'll likely be uploading a whole lot more in the coming days.
GameSpot has a new Mortal Kombat character vignette for Liu Kang, who was announced just last week. As is usual with these vignettes, there's bits of gameplay and some story background. Not only does this video give a look at Liu Kang, but it also casually drops a new character reveal, one that you probably saw coming. Give it a look after the jump.
Neo Empire stopped by Capcom's HQ over in Europe recently to record a whole bunch of Marvel vs Capcom 3 footage. They brought along Kaworu, Carpet and Dr Hype, all of which had previously played MvC3 at just about every event in the UK, so you can expect to see some fairly experienced players go at it. You can find the first of three videos below and the rest can be found on Neo Empire's YouTube channel.
Oichi over at Versus City posted up a translation of new Tekken Tag Tournament 2 info from the latest issue of Famitsu. According to Famitsu, rage will be making a return, though it apparently functions differently from Tekken 6. Destructible walls and character items will also be making a return and appear to work as they did in Tekken 6. For the full low-down, head over to Oichi's translation at Versus City.
If you need something to distract you from all of that Marvel vs Capcom 3 hype, Kane317 uploaded several matches of King of Fighters XIII casuals from a session over at Arcade Infinity late last month. All in all there's about 20 minutes worth of footage featuring Kane317, Duc, Metaphysics and Mr. KoF.
G4TV's Adam Sessler sat down with Seth Killian to discuss a character apparently close to Sessler's heart, Arthur. Seth talks the basics of the character, such as the properties of his moves with his golden armor activated, but there isn't likely to be anything in the video that you haven't already seen before. Still, it's worth checking out if you're fiending for all things Marvel.
AndrewBreslinabrb put together a nice tutorial video focusing on Adon's Jaguar Kicks. The video covers Jaguar Kick distances, buffering a Jaguar Kick into normals and how to utilize them in block strings. If you have any interest in Adon, be sure to check it out after the break!
Capcom released a bunch of nice screenshots for the final boss of Marvel vs Capcom 3, Galactus! Now, he isn't playable character or anything, but if you want a closer look at who you'll run into at the end of Single Player Mode, be sure to check these out. We uploaded all the images to our MVC3 gallery which you can find below.
If you have a SSF4: AE cab near you and are looking to pick up Yang you should really check out this video. Ne0Russell compiled a bunch of footage of Yang from all over the web and made a great video to get you started on all his normal and special moves and also his combos. Check out the full video below.