Real Talk by: Ms. Throwback

September 2012 will mark the release of Marvel Vs. Capcom Origins, a combination of the extremely popular 90’s arcade games, Marvel Super Heroes and Marvel Vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes.  The release includes updates to the game itself such as graphical enhancements, online features, and achievement awards, exciting news for fans of the original game, and comic book geekers alike! Marvel Vs. Capcom Origins online features include a ranked matching system, the ability to save replays and share them, a spectator mode, along with creating up to an 8 player lobby.  A cool 1200 Microsoft Xbox points, or a smooth price of $14.99 on the Playstation Network will give you a solid throwback experience that shouldn’t be missed.

Marvel Vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes features many characters from the Capcom franchises and was a huge success/instant classic in its time. The character line up includes Mega Man and Strider along with other amazing characters we have grown to love such as Spiderman and the Hulk. Gameplay elements include a tag-team system allowing for the player to gain help from a secondary character during battle. Another unique feature of the game is called a Duo-attack allowing the player to control both characters simultaneously for a brief period.

 Marvel Super Heroes is another famous title from Capcom including a slightly different lineup of characters. In this title Iron Man, Doctor Doom, Magneto, and many other favorites join us in the fight. This game features what is called the Infinity Gem System which includes the Power, Time, Space, Reality, Soul and Mind Gems. These special gems can be earned and used in battle to enhance the experience.

Theres no doubt that Marvel Vs. Capcom Origins is going to be a must buy. Two great games for the price of one with enhanced features! It’s a triple win and another great addition to Capcom’s downloadable lineup.

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When it comes to video games I've played a good many. My first system was a Super Nintendo at the age of 8 and I never looked back. Well, let me take that back, I did look back, to atari, NES, Famicom, and the rest of the systems I had missed. I became a gaming freak of nature, later working as a manager of a video game store, Game Crazy for four years. I spent my entire time there playing every current game that came through the doors and every classic game I had missed. I'm absolutely sure a good portion of my brains memory banks are taken up with the gameplay of thousands of video games and I wouldn't have it any other way. a good video game could take away all the stresses of my day and I have to say that I love being in the minority of female gamers too. It's a lot of fun to enjoy everything from Animal Crossing to Mass Effect and I'm always looking forward to what the future of gaming has in store. BRING ON THE VIRTUAL REALITY! :)

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