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MVC3 - See Viewtiful Joe, Dormammu and more in Action

  Apparently the fate of two worlds is to cause as many seizures as possible. Capcom has released some new trailers from their upcoming fighter, Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds. Included in one of the videos are most of the newly announced characters. In the first video we see Dormammu, Iron Man and Thor against Dante, Viewtiful Joe and Amaterasu (or as we refer to her "the wolfy from Okami"). The game looks like it has kicked up the pace a little bit, because we are having difficulty following exactly what is going on on screen.  Marvel vs Capcom 3 is like a window into a six-year-old's brain after he just finished playing Viewtiful Joe before reading hours of Marvel comics and ingesting copious amounts of Mountain Dew and Hot Pockets; and it is glorious. One more trailer after the jump. Read More


Through the Magic Mirror with Epic Mickey

  Disney's Epic Mickey has been looking and sounding intriguing for some time. The involvement of developer Warren Spector is what has many people interested. And the man himself has been talking a little about what he thinks makes the game special. "I believe with every fiber of my being that games can tell stories as deep and as sophisticated as movies, books or any other medium," he says. "This game is no exception." Find out more, and see the game's intro, after the jump. Read More


Artist Behind Style for Wii Ghostbusters Left Uncredited in Game?

It's always kind of sad when this happens, if not a little stomach-turning. When Capcom ported Okami to the Wii, many a fan of Clover Studio were upset that the staff's roll of the credits were removed. And now, one mind behind the newly-released Ghostbusters: The Video Game for the Wii has been similarly left out in the cold. TrueGameHeadz reveals the story of Dan Schoening, "a very accomplished artist" who has worked on such animation as Cartoon Network's Ed, Edd, and Eddy, and whose stylized designs were used as the inspiration for the look of the Ghostbusters in the non-HD versions of the title. And all he asked for in return? A simple on-screen credit. Read More



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