Capcom has announced that Marvel vs. Capcom Origins will land this September on Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network for 1200MSP/$14.99. The game is a compilation of Marvel Super Heroes and Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes. In addition to graphical upgrades it features online play with 8-player lobbies and spectator mode. First screens and trailer after the jump.
MARVEL VS. CAPCOM® ORIGINS COMING TO
XBOX LIVE ARCADE FOR XBOX 360 AND PLAYSTATION®NETWORK
Two Arcade Classics Tag-Team to Land a Power-Packed Combo in September 2012
London, UK. — July 5, 2012 — Capcom®, a leading worldwide developer and publisher of video games, today announced that MARVEL® VS. CAPCOM® ORIGINS, a compilation of two of the most popular arcade games of the 90’s; Marvel® Super Heroes and Marvel vs. Capcom®: Clash of Super Heroes. MARVEL VS. CAPCOM ORIGINS will be released in September 2012 on Xbox LIVE® Arcade for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and PlayStation®Network.
MARVEL VS. CAPCOM ORIGINS offers both the one-on-one gameplay of Marvel Super Heroes with its unique Infinity Gem system and the two-on-two carnage of the original Marvel vs. Capcom®: Clash of Super Heroes, featuring a tag system, assists, and the wild Duo Team Attack. Bringing forth a host of features never before seen in these games, MARVEL VS. CAPCOM ORIGINS features GGPO-enhanced online play with 8-player lobbies and spectator mode, HD graphical upgrades, dynamic challenges and replay saving.
MARVEL VS. CAPCOM ORIGINS will be available for download on Xbox LIVE Arcade for Xbox 360 for 1200 Microsoft Points and on PlayStation®Network for $14.99/€14.99/£11.99/AUD23.95.
starting to sacrifice a lot of the classic flexibility of console platforms. (18 minutes ago)
It's more of an issue than ever with the shift towards digital ecosystems. The more PC-like these devices come the less excusable the lack of legacy support becomes. Especially when they're already (19 minutes ago)
Mind you the amount of people that do want to play past games is very much smaller than the majority so it's tough luck anyway (19 minutes ago)
No compatibility is not as issue despite how I'd have like (21 minutes ago)
Thing is you can sill play these even if not connected so if there wasn't a supporting system in place for whatever reason I can still play these.Not on xbox one apparently (23 minutes ago)
about it on the PC. Even when compatibility fails, there will be solutions to make legacy software work. (23 minutes ago)