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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:34am 11/10/10 | 1 Comments
Over the weekend Capcom and Marvel revealed more characters joining their growing manifest of well-known and much-loved fighters for Marvel Vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds.

The reveals come from the New York Comic Con, and so focus on two Marvel additions in the form of Magneto and M.O.D.O.K. as well as also showing off a longer trailer that also features Artur from Ghouls n Ghosts and Spencer from Bionic Commando. There's also some Wesker love in there and a bit of symbiont suit Spider-Man, for good measure. Click the links below for more.












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MatchFixah
Posted 02:10pm 11/10/10
M.O.D.O.K.. wtf.. i always have second thoughts when i see bat s*** crazy characters like brains, dogs, midgets and lil japenese girls with weird crazy robots... but i guess that's capcom for ya.

But then again much luv for spencer and the bionic commando theme! that boinic arm packs a punch or what.

I can see myself using him alongside Wolverine and Skrull to form the ultimate melee team. Strechty fists, boinic arms and claws in yo face boy wut!
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