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First Impressions on Marvel VS. Capcom Infinite

Here's the extended trailer of Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite. Instead of calling it Marvel vs. Capcom 4 it's called Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite. Both Marvel and Capcom have been doing some questionable stuff pretty late with its new school stuff. On the other hand, the trailer looks pretty impressive but packaging isn't the final word to a good game. Hopefully, the game wouldn't come out as a disappointment to anticipating fans. 

Here's an interview concerning the upcoming Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite. The game tries to mix Tatsunoko vs. Capcom (which is back to 2 vs. 2 gameplay as opposed to 3 vs. 3 gameplay) with the long-time classic Marvel Super Heroes. Please take your time to watch the video before it will be taken down. 

My thoughts as a guest writer

I admit I haven't had a good relationship with what Capcom and Marvel offered for the past few years. Super Street Fighter IV was the last Street Fighter game I owned which really knew how to mix old school and new school together. Marvel vs. Capcom 3 was just so bare. Marvel has done too many unnecessary reboots throwing out decades of established plot to the point of absurdity. On the other hand, the trailer looks pretty cool and new school while it will have some old school gameplay improvised for new school settings.

I'm a fan of the Marvel Super Heroes fighting game way back in the 90s. It's been one of my favorite games way before Capcom eventually fell apart with its administrative issues. I'm glad to see the concept revived again. Reviving the two vs. two tag team mode also makes gameplay more accessible. Sure I had fun with three vs. three with Marvel vs. Capcom 2 but I think two vs. two keeps things a little more focused. I remembered having more fun with two vs. two gaming with Mortal Kombat (2011) and Tekken Tag Tournament 2 that Marvel vs. Capcom 2 felt strange to me after I decided to play it again. 

Hopefully, this game will try to take advantage of what new school technology has to offer. It's not just graphics and smoother controls but adding more content. Capcom should try and learn how Netherrealm Studios and Namco are taking advantage of new school technology. Tekken 7 will get a richer, deeper story mode than what Mortal Kombat (2011) introduced as a new innovative concept and the Tekken series keeps adding new features as the games go by. While it doesn't get better all the time but one can see how they learn from mistakes and add better content for 90% for its run. Capcom should do the same if they don't want to be in another situation where they would need to have a  bailout. 

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3 Responses
  1. Ramior Says:

    This game seems to be really shitty, especially if the non-presence of the x-men is confirm.


  2. How so? This is barely a glimpse of the game.


  3. Ramior Says:

    Well the design maybe good, but the design of the marvel heroes is really shitty (especially Cap) and if the non-presence of the x-men is conferm, wich I doubt, then this game will sucks, since it will become a down version of the previous one.


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