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Capcom and Marvel take us back to "The Violent Fighting to Come Again" era

Written by Linwood Earl Knight on Friday, July 06 2012 and posted in News with Benefits
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Marvel and Capcom welcome you back to the Stage of History with the release of two Classic Fighting Games.

Source: Capcom Unity Videos


Video gaming in the 1990's was definitely a much different experience. With the internet in its' extreme infancy, "Social Gaming" mainly took place in Arcades where the Fighting Game was king. Besides Broken Controllers and even more Broken English, the potential of the genre had yet to be truly explored, adding to a very pure sense of wonder in its' audience. With fighting games still enjoying significant popularity from their renaissance interest in experience re-experience games from this era is at an all-time high, and in a couple of months players will be able to play a slice of history via Marvel Vs. Capcom Origins.


As for the release itself, Marvel vs. Capcom Origins is the latest in series of re-releases of Capcom's games from past eras and will include both Marvel Super Heroes (originally released in 1995) and Marvel Vs. Capcom (originally released in 1998). Both games in the collection will sport several features beyond HD Graphics and Online Play, including 8-Player Lobbies, Replays (of matches against human competition) and Spectator Mode (which allows you to view matches you aren't fighting in). The games will also include Challenges connected to gameplay with a myriad of in-game and game related unlockables to complete the overall package. Players will be able to dive into the world Marvel vs. Capcom: Origins this September for PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade.

All Sceenshots come way of MS XBox World.


About Capcom:

With humble beginnings as an arcade manufacturer in Japan during the early years of the video game industry, Capcom has built a reputation for creating cutting-edge technology and highly memorable video game franchises since its founding in 1983.

Over the course of its 25-year history, Capcom has created some of the most iconic characters and franchises in gaming. From the ubiquitous Mega Man® and Street Fighter® franchises to the genre-defining Resident Evil® and Devil May Cry® series, Capcom has utilized its talent to create recognizable and entertaining games all over the world.

To accommodate such a global presence, Capcom has offices around the world – including Tokyo, Osaka, California, England, Germany, and Hong Kong – where longstanding franchises are grown and new ones developed. Guided by the idea of fostering a culture of entertainment, Capcom has consistently acted on this view by creating innovative and hugely popular games that push technical and creative limits.

A charter member of the Entertainment Software Association (ESA), Capcom develops products for all age groups and supports the programs and guidelines established by the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB). Capcom's "E" rated games for Everyone (content suitable for persons 6 and older) include the Mega Man franchise of games. Capcom's "T" rated games for Teens (content suitable for persons 13 and older) include the Street Fighter, Breath of Fire®, and Ace Attorney® franchise of products and Capcom's "M" rated games for mature audiences (content suitable for persons 17 and older) include the Resident Evil, Devil May Cry and Dead Rising™ series of products.

About Marvel:

Marvel Entertainment, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company, is one of the world's most prominent character-based entertainment companies, built on a proven library of over 8,000 characters featured in a variety of media over seventy years. Marvel utilizes its character franchises in entertainment, licensing and publishing. 

Written or Contributed by: Linwood Earl Knight

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