In an age where games are living meta-platforms supported by ‘seasons’ of updates and content the true sign of a ‘dead game’ is when its own developer calls it quits. Such seems to be the case with Marvel vs Capcom Infinite, Capcom’s latest and perhaps final entry in the popular crossover franchise. In the period between MvCi’s last content drop and now Dragonball FighterZ launched, marketed DLC characters, and released them. MvCi, as far as new content, is well and done.
“News will come, Bumblebee. Soon.”
So… there’s this sequel to a great Transformers game coming out in August. It has better visuals, better gameplay variety, better campaign, etc. You can play as Grimlock, leader of the Dinobots. You can play as Bruticus, Decepticon combiner. You can command Metroplex, rival of fellow city-bot Trypticon (seen in War for Cybertron). All of that is nice.
WHERE IS MY GOD DAMN MULTIPLAYER TRAILER?
We all do this from time to time.
If you’re anything like me you like to play armchair producer and imagine how you would oversee videogame development – usually with our favorite franchises. With this, the start of new series on this blog, I’m gonna talk about what I’d do with Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 (or at least what I would have done). In a recent blog on Capcom-Unity, Sven revealed that there are no plans for the game and Niitsuma’s team has moved on to another project. That in itself is interesting (what are they cooking now?), but with MvC3 seemingly finished, I can’t help but wonder what could be added at this point. Well I wonder no more, I have three ideas that I think would be great for the game. They won’t happen, but it’s fun to wonder…
So this is me testing out a WordPress page in preparation of far greater things in the future. I am Jean Kalyx (triaD), a writer and all around boring person. But the world of entertainment is not so boring, and that’s where guys like me come in. What makes me special amongst the millions of bloggers out there? Nothing, but you’re reading this.
Stay tuned for entertainment news commentary, rants, and whatever. Stick around long enough and you’ll get to see what me and my team’s up to. Until then, here’s to the future!