S-Kill interview on MvC's story/endings prior to the release of the game


#1

Q: Will everyone have their own ending in Marvel vs. Capcom 3?

Seth: Everybody gets their own endings, and the story will be “robust” for a fighting game. I can promise at least it will blow the endings in Marvel vs. Capcom 2 out of the water :stuck_out_tongue:

source: http://www.eventhubs.com/news/2010/may/04/killian-talks-mvc3-endings-costume-codes-and-more/

Has Seth commented on these broken promises post-release?


#2

Only “promise” he made was that MvC3’s endings would blow MvC2’s endings out of the water. He didn’t lie.


#3

To be fair, the endings were better than MVC2. So he wasn’t lying.


#4

“blow them out of the water” is not the same as “better”


#5

Yeah man, I can’t believe they did such a shoddy job on the story for a Marvel vs. Capcom game. It’s so deeply upsetting.


#6

“robust” for a fighting game. :rofl:

No, no comment post release, are you surprised? This is the same company that promised good netcode and failed to deliver, didn’t give you spectator or replay mode, and even their self-hyped shadow mode ended up being total ass.

I think the point went completely over your head here boy.


#7

He didn’t “promise” that it would be robust. The promise came after he mentioned that.


#8

Nitpick if you’d like I suppose ( He “said” that would be the case, but he didn’t preface it with “I promise” so he’s off the hook :party: :rolleyes: ). They also talked up the story quite heavily at NYCC.

edit:
I suppose you do have a point there though. At the very least seems to be the modus operandi of Capcom, at least in MvC3’s case.


#9

I’m technically correct, which according to Futurama, is the BEST KIND OF CORRECT.


#10

I think the comic endings are pretty cool, heaps of cameos and whatnot, just lots of stupid ones…


#11

this is the most thought out story any vs series game has ever had lol


#12

This is sadly, the truth.