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Oh Snap! Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 Announced

Street fighter 4 has got nothing on this.  Expect to see some old and new faces from the Marvel and Capcom universe.  They don’t show much in the teaser trailer, but at the end, you can kind of tell how it’s gonna look like.  Think Street Fighter 4 with a slight difference in character design.  The only bad thing is the sound in this trailer is lacking, but the visuals are just as good as when Capcom showed the trailer for Street fighter 4.

So you’ve seen the trailer.  What should we expect?  For one, it’ll have a roster of 30 or probably more characters, most likely online play like SF4.   The biggest downer is that it won’t be released until 2011.  If you can’t get enough, try playing MvC2.

Video Courtesy of IGN.

Capcom Is At It Again

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You heard that right.  They are releasing Super Street Fighter IV.  Just a short time since Street Fighter IV came out at the beginning of this year.  The good news is that the game will be cheaper than the original, but you’ll get more characters.  The characters are T. Hawk, Deejayy, and Juri (a new addition to the series).  I’m sure they’ll be more. Maybe they’ll even have Super Street Fighter IV Special Edition  next year.  I just hope this isn’t the start of  Street Fighter games.  It maybe good, but it’s way too early.

Anyways, check out the intro.  Instead of using the ink look, they went for a more sketch/crosshatching style.  I must say it looks cooooool.   Oh yeah, Ken get’s  his revenge on Ryu.

So What’s Your Opinion On Motion Comics?

After trying to participate in Marvel/Aniboom’s contest and seeing motion comics all over the place, I ask the people of the internet, what’s your take on it.  I have my opinions, but make sure to look at my examples of motion comics.  Now, what’s weird is what is the definition of  a motion comic.  That’s hard to say.  Do too much and then it becomes a crappy cartoon, do too little and it’s boring to watch.  Do it right, well then you’ll keep watching for more.  But remember, comics where always about the story and then the images.  Here’s are some examples of motion comics all ranging from different amounts of animation.

Spiderwomen

Street Figher

X-Men