Good old Capcom; good old (the) PlayStation Network; good old Xbox Live! Why? We like retro gaming, is one reason.
We are reliably informed by Capcom's Corporate Officer and Vice-president of Strategic Planning & Business Development (phew!), Christian Svensson, (via his blog) that the heavily rumoured appearance of Marvel vs. Capcom 2 on Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network is happening. However, we're only being told that it's "coming this Summer".
There is a video at the bottom of the this story for you to enjoy. However, in brief, you're getting:
- Itís based on the Dreamcast code-base.
- It's developed by Backbone using "largely the same" net code used in Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo HD Remix.
- All 56 characters will be unlocked at the start for immediate play.
- HD as well as Classic modes, and original Dreamcast textures used!
A huge slice of retro arcade sweetness. Here comes summer.
TigerUppercut28 Apr 2009 17:55
The term 'retro' really shouldn't be applied to a game that's still regularly stocked and played to death in arcades all around the world.
It's still one of the most actively-used coin-ops, runs on Naomi and was last released on a console in 2002.
headcasephil29 Apr 2009 12:32
yet another live game that unless you have never played it do not own it any more or are an achievement junky do not need to download rez was one but many people had not played it/ sold there dc copy long ago and next outrun rely good fun but i own outrun2 for xbox outrun2 cost to cost for psp and pc and the pc version of the game looks so much better the only live/psn games i have got are not remakes/updates same wit the wii if i what to play old game iv prob got em did not like em or can get em for a emulator
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