The rumored “Marvel vs. Capcom 4” is a real thing, and it’s called Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite.
A teaser released during the PlayStation Experience 2016 keynote teased just a handful of characters: Mega Man and Street Fighter‘s Ryu on the Capcom side, and Iron Man and Captain Marvel on the Marvel side.
It’s not yet clear if the game will feature the rumored MCU-only roster of superhumans, but both of those Marvel characters do fit the bill. Expect to see the first actual gameplay footage on Saturday night, during the 2016 Capcom Cup.
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Who would win in a fight: Chris Evans’ Captain America or Paul Rudd’s Ant-Man?
It’s looking like Marvel vs. Capcom 4 could answer that question in 2017. The fighting game sequel that fans have been asking after for ages is reportedly coming next year, and the superhero half of its roster is expected to draw from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The Marvel vs. Capcom series pits comic book superheroes against characters from an assortment of Capcom games, including Street Fighter, Phoenix Wright, Resident Evil, Mega Man, Devil May Cry and more. Read more…
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Disney’s Moana is number one at the box office this weekend, with an impressive $55.5 million estimated as its domestic start.
That might seem like a low number next to the $74.4 million opening for Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them last week, but context is importantMoana is the tenth Walt Disney Animation Studios release since its mid-aughts reformation, and it’s the third-highest opening to date, after Zootopia and Big Hero 6.
The road ahead for Moana looks very bright as evidenced by a warm critical reception, an “A” rating from CinemaScore audience polling, and an estimated $71.8 million start overseas. Read more…
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