Video Games

PS3 and PlayStation Vita gets exclusive SF x Tekken characters

Capcom recently posted a video to unveil a huge announcement: PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita are getting exclusive characters solely for the PlayStation brand. The first reveal is Capcom’s own mascot, Mega Man. Now, this comes to Mega Man fans as trolling for attention because Capcom pissed them off a lot last year by canceling Mega Man Universe and Mega Man Legends 3. The exclusive Mega Man is going to use the original box-art Mega Man.

Quite frankly, I’m having a hard time getting over the “fat” Mega Man idea. Mega Man looks fat… What the hell, Capcom? Is that what you think of Mega Man?

Next up we have Namco’s very own mascot, the legend himself, Pac-Man! Sony joined the foray when they announced that Cole would be a playable and exclusive Street Fighter x Tekken character back at E32011. Sony also threw Kuro & Toro into the SF x Tekken exclusive roster.

Looks like Capcom has been very excited about these additions!

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  • March 31, 2012
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  • April 6, 2012
</a>Well, the issue, for me at least, usually stems from my point of view, which is more like a case of: Ah, they're ciaetrng additional contents for this game. V.S. Curses, they cut up the game and now expecting me to pay more in order to have everything!? It's not much (if anything at all) about logic and reasoning and more of an emotional appeal kind of thing for me, really. When it comes to gaming, or self-indulging, I tend to be more selfish, and let my feelings get the better of me. So, while companies might have their reasons and I also have a lot of options for handling the situation, I'm often blind to all that, and usually express my selfishness on the spot (a habit I need to do away with.) So, in the end, I guess what I'm really trying to say is that the next the time you see me complaining about such things, it's more likely just something on the spur of the moment, not worth discussing about. Given the way things are, it won't be long before I'll finally be able to dismiss it all as part of the norm.Still, I thought Capcom could've handle their DLC better. Instead of putting the DLC on the disc, they could have just store the data somewhere and waited for an appropriate time to announce it along with some speech like: After listening to your sincere requests, we have finally decided to add blah, blah, blah as DLC And THEN announce that the Vita version will have them all as a compensation for the late launch. It may just be a pack of lies but at least it has more of an emotional impact.
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    Lester Tselee
  • June 3, 2012
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