2018 maybe the [current year] but that hasn’t stopped EVO from featuring the GameCube’s Super Smash Bros. Melee in the top eight line-up of games due to be showcased during the biggest FGC e-sports event of the year. Continue reading “EVO 2018 Line-Up Includes Dragon Ball FigtherZ, But Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite Doesn’t Make The Cut”
Mods for the PC version of Capcom’s Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite haven’t been made available in abundance, but they are slowly starting to pop up, such as the Captain Marvel and Gamora nude mods, which are available for download right now. Continue reading “Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite Captain Nude Mods Available For Download”
Reports have surfaced following Capcom’s financial data for the quarter ending on September 30th, 2017. Event Hubs did a report on the sales for Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite, which came out on September 19th, 2017. Continue reading “Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite Only Ships 900,000 Copies”
The NPD Group rolled out the September, 2017 retail sales data. Numbers were not made available for the variety of games that were featured on the list, but we did find out where Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite landed on the top 10 chart. It landed on the sixth spot just ahead of Grand Theft Auto V and just behind Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle, as reported by EventHubs. Continue reading “Marvel Vs Capcom Infinite’s Lack Of Sales Numbers Festers Concern”
Sony unleashed the top 20 downloads for September over on the PlayStation Blog and Capcom’s Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite only barely cracked the top 20… coming in at an embarrassing 19th. It was almost outsold by the two-year-old Batman: Arkham Knight, which rounded out the top 20 downloads for September. Continue reading “Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite Digital Sales Tank In September On PS4, Steam”
Now that Capcom’s marketing friendly and Disney-approved cross-over fighting game has made its way onto the Xbox One, PS4 and PC, gamers interested in the story mode for Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite and how it plays out can find a gameplay walkthrough available right here. Keep in mind that the whole thing is extremely cringe-worthy, so make sure that you don’t have your hopes set very high for a quality story mode otherwise you will be disappointed. Continue reading “Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite Story Mode Walkthrough”
Capcom killed two birds with one stone, releasing a press release that covers both more of the story elements and game features, along with a trailer that showcases their dedication to beautifying Chun-Li so she no longer looks fugly. Continue reading “Capcom Fixes Chun-Li’s Face In New Marvel Vs Capcom Trailer; Details Game Modes”
A lot of people have complained about Chun-Li’s face, Dante’s face, and other characters in the upcoming Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite. The Capcom side for sure has a lot of fugly looking characters, and it’s something that has been an inescapable truism since video footage of the game first released to the public. Well, apparently Capcom will have a day-one patch ready to improve the art assets in the game for home consoles and PC. Continue reading “Chun-Li’s Face Will Be Fixed With Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite Day-1 Patch”
The official trailer for EVO Japan in 2018 has released, airing during the grand finals that was also broadcast on ESPN 2. The trailer reveals the EVO Japan game line-up, which includes Bandai Namco’s Tekken 7, Guilty Gear Xrd Rev 2, King of Fighters XIV, Blazblue: Central Fiction, Super Smash Bros. for the Wii U, Street Fighter V, and Nintendo’s very own ARMS. Continue reading “EVO Japan 2018 Features Tekken 7, ARMS, But Not Marvel Vs Capcom Infinite”
No promises, but Capcom is at least aware of people pointing out some of the weird proportions and fugly distortions some of the characters in Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite Have gone through from their extremely vibrant and well-received look they had in Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3. Continue reading “Capcom Will Look Into Fixing Chun-Li’s Fugly Face In Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite”
Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite‘s free demo already made its way onto the PS4 and PS4 Pro back during E3. However, Xbox One gamers can finally get their hands on the free demo starting today.
Over on Major Nelson’s blog we learn that the demo is available right now for digital download from the Xbox store.
If you need a look at what the demo entails and what sort of content you can expect to play, there’s a video below from Shirrako featuring the demo story content.
The first few minutes features Captain America duking it out against Ultron Sigma’s robot minions. Other characters such as Rocket from Guardians of the Galaxy, Chun-Li and Captain Marvel are also on display.
Much like Street Fighter V and all of NetherRealm Studio’s newest fighting games since Mortal Kombat 9, the story mode in Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite centers around switching between different characters as the story progresses.
The demo follows the remnant of heroes who survived Ultron Sigma’s attack, as Chris Redfield and Dr. Strange lead a team into Sigma’s prison to free the Mad Titan, Thanos. Rocket objects to freeing Thanos, but Chris says they have a job to do.
Back outside, Thor, Spencer, Iron Man, Captain Marvel and Captain America battle against Ultron Sigma.
The fighting is actually kind of a placeholder for the story this time around. The focus is on trying to weave in the characters as things unfold involving the combined forces of Ultron and Sigma.
The video doesn’t end until it also shows some pre-order bonuses, including character skins featuring a decked out Mega Man X, World War Hulk, and Unworthy Thor.
The fighting looks okay. It’s not quite as over-the-top as Marvel vs Capcom 3, nor is it as technical as Tekken or as smooth as Injustice 2. Even still, there will be plenty Capcom and Marvel fans who will be absolutely thrilled to get their hands on the game this fall.
Capcom released a new 18 second teaser trailer for the upcoming Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite. It features a quick look at Rocket riding on Groot’s back with a big ‘ole phaser cannon of sorts, which he uses as part of the duo’s special attack. Continue reading “Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite Teaser Features Rocket Raccoon, Groot And More DLC”
During its launch quarter, Capcom has plans on selling at least 2 million copies of Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite. This fits in line with their estimated margins that they had for Resident Evil 7, which also moved 2 million out of the gate. Continue reading “Capcom Expects Marvel Vs Capcom: Infinite To Sell At Least 2 Million Copies”