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Bring the arcade experience to your home while playing Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds. You can ignore the skin design if you don't like it.
Think you’re ready for next week’s release of Marvel vs. Capcom 3:Fate of Two Worlds game? Well maybe you’d reconsider after seeing this. PDP, known for making surreal and sometimes cosmetic PlayStation Move accessories has unveiled the Marvel Versus Fighting Pad. The gaming pad has an arcade button layout stacked with a long left prong. The buttons and the specially designed thumb pad operate using microswitch actuators, giving you a more arcade feeling to the game. Topping off the controller is a love-it/hate-it Marvel comics skin.
The game pad is available for pre-order for $40 and will come around February 14, just in time for Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Check out the video demo of the Marvel Versus Fighting Pad after the break.Read the rest of the article »
While some alternate costumes appear to be the developers toying with the color palette, others have a meaningful story behind the grays and yellows.
Ever wonder what’s the deal behind the alternate costumes of some characters in Marvel vs. Capcom 3? While some may be the developer’s way of mercilessly toying with the color palette, others tend to have a more meaningful and story-driven approach as to why such costumes exist. You might be surprised that some alternate costumes are reminiscent of classic looks rooted out from comic book history.
Chris Baker, manager of Licensed Games at Marvel Studios shared, a few thoughts about the alternate costumes of five Marvel characters, namely: Captain America, Storm, M.O.D.O.K., Dormammu, and Phoenix. In a nutshell, the alternate costumes of each of the above-mentioned characters take different facets and looks from various versions and history of their existence.Read the rest of the article »
The year 2011 is fast approaching, so are the newest game title for XBox 360 that you shouldn't miss. Get you paper and pen at hand, because Gadg is giving the list of games scheduled for next year.
This year is soon to come to its end, and 2011 is fast approaching. And just as the old saying goes, new year means new beginnings. But here at Gadg, new year means new games to watch out for! And to start our countdown of games due to hit the shelves next year, Gadg is giving you the top 15 XBox 360 games you should check out.
Check out the list of XBox 360 games set for 2011 after the break.Read the rest of the article »
Capcom makes a prudent step of releasing Marvel vs. Capcom: Fate of Two Worlds by the start of 2011.
The “Games Software Sales Forecast” has some good news for gamers out there. Included in Capcom’s latest financial report are upcoming game titles, one of them is Marvel us. Capcom: Fate of Two Worlds. Based on the report, it will be launched by Capcom some time between January 1 to March 31, 2011.
This practice of releasing games during the start of the year is not new for Capcom despite the fact that this move is riskier due to the arrival of “second Christmas.” But Capcom seems not to worry, stating that the company “will further refine our long-term portfolio by deploying major titles in each quarter of the fiscal year.” Many people are suggesting that other game company should follow this suit to avoid crushing releases in the game industry.View Article Source »
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