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Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 Costume Packs Pile on the Fan Service

There have definitely been some controversial releases of DLC for Capcom’s fighting games from pre-recorded matches to entire new games, but few have complained about the optional costume packs for games like Super Street Fighter IV and Marvel vs Capcom 3.  Except for Marvel, where only a few costumes were ever released.  Well, Capcom’s followed that up by revealing the full set of the first batch of new costumes for every fighter in the recent Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3.  Word already got out about Mega Man costumes for Zero and Frank West, but the fan service doesn’t stop there– with references to other Darkstalkers characters, alternate Marvel universes, other forms of well known characters, and of course a proper Rad Spencer skin to play as the original Bionic Commando as seen in Rearmed.  About freakin time!  I refused to play as that dreadlocked douche, so this definitely makes me excited.  Each pack will cost $4.00 or 320 Microsoft Bison Dollars Points.  You can also buy them all at once for $20.00/1,600 MSP.  You can see the all the new costumes below.

The Ancient Warriors Pack – Hulk, Magneto, Arthur, Firebrand

Brawlers Pack – Iron Fist, She-Hulk, Mike Haggar [Mayor of Earth], Nathan Rad Spencer

Evil Twin Pack – Spider-man, Deadpool, Vergil, Hsien-ko

The New Age of Heroes Pack – Doctor Doom, Sentinel, Akuma, Strider Hiryu

The Rising Dead Pack – Phoenix, Ghost Rider, Frank West, Nemesis

The Animal Pack – Wolverine, Rocket Raccoon, Felicia, Amaterasu

The Viewtiful Strange Pack – Doctor Strange, Dormammu, Viewtiful Joe, Phoenix Wright, Tron Bonne, Nova (not shown)

Villians Pack – Super Skrull, MODOK, Albert Wesker, Crimson Viper

Weapons Expert Pack – Hawkeye, Taskmaster, Zero, Trish

[via GameSpot]

John-Charles is an avid video game enthusiast who loves games with strong story, smart design, and a lick of fun. He's very hopeful for the future where others are doubtful and looks back on retro games with fond memories. With a long history with games, both old and new, he tends to Defaullt Prime's veritable museum of games, The Bitereon Collection, with a new entry every week. He's also a studying engineer turned communications with an eye for design. He also thinks cartoons are neat.

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