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 Apr 21, 2010 - 09:00 AM - by Michael
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Kotaku has word on Marvel vs Capcom 3: this should by interesting.

Chris Baker, the manager of licensed games at Marvel Studios, said he was astounded to see the concept art for Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 and said that in action it's just as amazing, calling the title a "beautiful, beautiful game."

Baker pointed out that Wolverine's look in the game hearkens back to the classic look of the beloved character. Iron Man, on the other hand, fits his contemporary look and The Hulk has a new visual style.

The shaders used on each character, Capcom's Seth Killian said, are what really make all of the characters so visually distinct in motion. Even Capcom's Ryu, he pointed out, is brought out in a new way with the help of the shaders.
Fingers crossed, hoping this one comes out well... it's been too long since they gave us a good, fun beat-em-up fighting game. Street Fighter IV was mediocre at best and obviously had way too much SNK influence.
 

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