Saturday, July 30, 2011


Ken Masters is a video game character created by Capcom. He is one of the main characters from the Street Fighter series of fighting games alongside Ryu, having made an appearances in all major incarnations of the series. Ken is most easily recognized by his sparring gloves (yellow in the Alpha Series, red or brown elsewhere) and bright red karate gi with the arms ripped off, similar to Ryu's (Capcom has said that a red gi was chosen to stand out and to reflect his more flashy style of fighting). Unlike Ryu however, Ken's gi shows less wear and tear, this difference was first shown in Street Fighter III and will continue in Street Fighter IV. His hair is blonde (some sources indicate that his hair may in fact be dyed; evidenced that some of his sprites have black eyebrows) and has long eyebrows. He wears a black belt at his waist and fights barefoot. In the Street Fighter Alpha series, he had longer hair that he tied back with a red ribbon into a ponytail. The official explanation for the loss of the ribbon is that he gave it to Ryu to wear during the events of Street Fighter Alpha 2 (as stated in Ken's own ending); Ryu was distracted during his fight with Ken because he had just fought Akuma, and ended up losing. Ken gave Ryu the headband to remind him of their fight.

Ken mainly focuses on the Shoryuken move, to the point where his Shoryukens set the opponent on fire. Ken's Tatsumaki Senpuukyaku does not allow him to dodge projectiles at the start of the spin, but spins faster, allows him to hit his opponent up to five times. Ken's Hadouken attacks are less concentrated than Ryu's, but Ken's Shoryuken has more range and does more damage than Ryu's.

Friday, July 29, 2011


When Cain Marko finds the Gem of the mystical entity Cyttorak, he is empowered with magical energies and transformed into an immortal avatar. As the Juggernaut, Marko possesses superhuman strength; being capable of shattering mountains, lifting and using buildings as weapons; extreme durability, which is also amplified by a mystical force field that grants near invulnerability. When the force field has been temporarily absorbed by Thor's Hammer, the Juggernaut's natural durability proved to be sufficient to exchange blows with Thor. The Juggernaut is described as physically unstoppable once in motion, does not tire from physical activity and is able to survive without food, water or oxygen.

The character, however, is vulnerable to mental attacks, a weakness that has been exploited via the removal of his helmet. The Juggernaut has circumvented this weakness by on occasion wearing a metal skullcap inside his main helmet. If Juggernaut loses his helmet he can recreate it by touching certain materials (as long as he possesses the full power of the gem). It is possible for an opponent with sufficient physical strength of their own to turn the Juggernaut's irresistibility against him, by redirecting his motion so he gets stranded in a position in which he has no purchase; both the Hulk and his son, Skaar, have managed this feat. Once, the entity Onslaught, which possessed unknowable psionic and reality-warping powers, somehow ripped the Crimson Gem out of the Juggernaut, subsequently trapping him inside.

Thursday, July 28, 2011


Jin Saotome is a character that appears in Marvel Vs. Capcom and Marvel Vs. Capcom 2 as a playable character. He comes from the game Cyberbots: Fullmetal Madness, a game in which he stars as the main character.

Jin's father (Ken Saotome) belonged to a unit that was killed in an accident one year before the start of Cyberbots. To honor his memory, he seeks to become the best VA pilot alive and wants to prove his worth through the VA battle circuit. He begins to question his father's death after meeting SHADE for the first time. Jin's mood goes from calm to rage within seconds, but he remains a good guy. He is also friends with Gawaine Murdock. Jin has guest appearances in the Marvel vs Capcom series and Tech Romancer as a playable character. His main mech is BX-02 Blodia.

Wednesday, July 27, 2011


Jill Valentine is a video game character in the Resident Evil survival horror series. She is one of the protagonists in the original Resident Evil and the first Resident Evil character to appear in the Marvel Vs Capcom series. Preceding Chris Redfield and Albert Wesker, both appear alongside Jill (in the first DLC pack) in Marvel Vs. Capcom 3. A skilled expert at close quarters combat and firearms use, and a piano player who memorized every Beethoven sonata, Jill Valentine was a member of the Alpha Team of S.T.A.R.S., a special unit of the Raccoon City Police Department that was set out to deal with terrorism and increasing cases of violent and serious crimes.

Jill's ending shows her confronting Blade and asking if she can trust him then calling it a truce as they both fight off the Legion of Monsters, consisting of Man-Thing, Living Mummy, Werewolf By Night, and Morbius.

In a radical change from her MVC2 play style, Jill is now a nimble rushdown character with little keep-away capability. Exploiting the full potential of her new moveset primarily requires players to master her Feral Crouch technique. This technique put her in an enhanced state that keeps her in a low stance and incorporates high-speed dashes and ruthless combo-based offense, but is considered difficult to control and leaves her defenseless. Her Level 3 Hyper Combo, Mad Beast, places her in a much longer period of Feral Crouch, heightening the risks and benefits of Feral Crouch to a much greater degree.

In addition, she can use various command grabs to break a stubborn opponent's defense, such as the heavy attack button that enables Jill to perform a cartwheel flip over an opponent that inflicts no damage, but immediately places her behind the stunned opponent, where her combo potential can be put to good use.

Tuesday, July 26, 2011


Iron Man, aka Anthony "Tony" Stark, is a Marvel superhero who fights using advanced armor of his own design. He appears in several Marvel vs. Capcom games.
ron Man's first appearance was battling Morrigan while both were airborne. Later, with the appearance of Galactus and dangerous villains determined to conquer both the Marvel and Capcom worlds, Iron Man ceased battling Morrigan and turned his attention to stopping the villains. He is later seen saving Viewtiful Joe from plummeting to his death after Joe and Amaterasu unsuccessfully attacked Super Skrull, flying alongside Morrigan (who saved Amaterasu) towards the New York mainland. Iron Man then helps to rally together more Marvel and Capcom heroes, who take the fight to the enemy.

Iron Man's MvC3 ending involves him noting in his journal that uploaded battle data, gathered from his climactic battle with Galactus, shows that he was barely able to defeat him. To better prepare himself for any future threats, Iron Man uses the battle data to build the new Galactus-buster armor.

Iron Man is a noble hero that will do anything if he believes it will help people, which is why he went along with the Superhuman Registration Act. However, he has also been portrayed as a somewhat selfish womanizer. In the past, he has struggled with alcohol; a struggle that almost ruined his life. He has successfully not drank a sip of alcohol since his victory over his problem.

Tony is a friendly man, and is very generous. Because of his high economic status, he often offers job positions to his fellow heroes. Much like his friend, Steve Rogers, Iron Man can be very stubborn when supporting something, such as in the case of the superhero Civil War.

Iron Man is a jack-of-all-trades character suitable for beginners, able to operate with both keep-away and rushdown strategies with reasonable effectiveness. He is reasonably fast and agile, and possesses a modest amount of health.

Monday, July 25, 2011


Iceman originated in X-Men: Children of the Atom and appeared again in Marvel vs Capcom 2: New age of Heroes. In both games he took no chip damage from projectiles. Bobby Drake discovered his mutant power to create ice while in his early teens, yet kept his condition hidden from everyone but his parents. Initially, Bobby was unable to stop feeling cold and shivering, but soon managed to keep it under control. When a bully named Rocky Beasely and his friends attacked Bobby and his then-girlfriend, Judy Harmon, the youngster panicked. To save Harmon, Bobby temporarily encased Rocky in ice, thus revealing his abilities for all to see. Believing the boy to be a menace, the townspeople organized a lynch mob. They broke into Bobby's home and overpowered him, but the local sheriff took the teenager into custody for his own protection. Meanwhile, the situation had come to the attention of Professor Charles Xavier, the telepathic mentor of the team of teenage mutant super heroes the X-Men.

Robert "Bobby" Louis Drake, aka Iceman, is a mutant with the ability to lower both his external and internal body temperature, thereby radiating intense cold from his body. He is capable of lowering the temperature to -105 degrees Farenheit, although he was able to reach absolute zero when Human Torch drew all of the ambient heat away from him. His most commonly known ability is the power to create unusually hard ice constructs, such as slides, shields, ladders, bats, etc. He is able to alter the appearance of his ice form, reconstruct any part of himself that has been shattered, and enhance his strength and durability, all by using the water molecules in the air. Like Colossus, Bobby can switch between ice and human form at will.Finally, he has the ability to travel through bodies of water by merging his molecules with the water.

Sunday, July 24, 2011


The Incredible Hulk, a.k.a. Robert Bruce Banner, is a famous Marvel Comics superhero. He's appeared in most of the crossover fighting games, making his fighting game debut in Marvel Super Heroes. While in human form, Bruce Banner is a scrawny, weak looking individual. He has brown hair and wears large glasses. When angered, he transforms into the Hulk. The Hulk is a large, green creature with absurdly large muscles. Despite usually being green, there have been times where he was another color, like gray. The Hulk is often seen wearing purple pants.

In Marvel Vs Capcom, Hulk was first seen fighting with Chris Redfield in the first trailer. In the third trailer, he was seen catching X-23 after being blown away by Magneto's magnetic push. He also saved Chris from an incoming M.O.D.O.K. (who was also being blown away by the magnetic push) in the process.
Bruce Banner is an overall caring individual, especially to those he is familiar with, like Betty Ross or Rick Jones. However, he can be paranoid about people representing a military or government group, due to them constantly hunting him. He is very brilliant, and creates detailed plans for different situations, like his plan to have his half-alien son Skaar (who wants to kill the Hulk) battle against enemies such as the Juggernaut and Wolverine's son Daken, which was really training to kill the Hulk if he ever got out of control. He has had suppressed emotions for most of his life. He is constantly plagued by the Hulk, always searching for a way to control or be rid of him

Saturday, July 23, 2011


Hsien-Ko (Lei-Lei in Japan) is a video game character from Capcom's fighting game series Darkstalkers (Vampire in Japan). She appears in Marvel vs. Capcom 3 alongside Morrigan and Felicia. She is a jiāngshī, a type of zombie from Chinese folklore.

In Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Hsien-Ko and Mei-Ling try to take advantage of the merging worlds to meet the Sorcerer Supreme of the other world and ask him to save their mother's soul. During her search for Dr. Strange, Hsien-Ko was attacked by heroes who viewed her as an intruder, much to her confusion.

In her ending, the twins finally meet Dr. Strange to make their request. Before Strange agrees, Hsien-Ko asks him if they did something wrong to provoke the attacks from "comic book superheroes." Stephen assures them they did no wrong since they were just trying to save their mother. He proceeds to not only saves their mother, but also makes Hsien-Ko and Mei-Ling human again. However, it is revealed that this was actually a comic book drawn up by Hsien-Ko, while Mei-Ling criticizes its quality.

Originally Hsien- Ko was on the "deconfirmed" list, as an interview with Nitsuma claimed that there would be no more Darkstalkers characters (when in fact this was an error on the translator, as he was only deconfirming werewolf J. Talbain in the original lineup of MvC3), causing her appearance to shock players who had seen the mistranslation.

Friday, July 22, 2011


Hayato Kanzaki is the main character of the Capcom series, Star Gladiator. He is a rebellious young Japanese man from the year 2348, where mankind is capable of intergalactic travel and established contact with extraterrestrials. Living on his own and caring about others - especially the children living in the orphanage in which he was raised, and his close friends June, Saturn, and Gamof, this care for people is the driving force that prompts him to go against Bilstein, a mad scientist bent on taking his revenge on Earth. He is the only character in the series to cross over into another Capcom game; in this case, Marvel vs. Capcom 2.

Abandoned on the streets of Neo Tokyo when he was a child, Hayato Kanzaki was taken in by a foster home, owned by a loving caretaker. As he grew older, he noticed that the caretaker was in heavy debt, and wanted to clear it as means of repaying her for her kindness. Unable to find any form of work, Hayato was forced to become a bounty hunter- A line of work that he despised and knew that would go against his fierce sense of justice. As Bilstein escaped from his orbital prison on Zeta and established the dreaded Fourth Empire, the Earth Federation would start the Project: Star Gladiator as its last stand against the madman.Hayato, hearing of this project, sets out to join Star Gladiator to save his home planet and everyone he loves.

Thursday, July 21, 2011


Guile is a video game character in Capcom's Street Fighter series of fighting games. Although his role in the Street Fighter story is minimal, he is considered the third leading male character in the series, after Ryu and Ken, largely due to his effectiveness as a character and his popularity.[citation needed] In the live action Street Fighter movie, Guile is given the full name of William F. Guile with the military rank of colonel, although Capcom did not canonize it. However, the name was also used in the US Street Fighter cartoon. In the Udon Street Fighter comic book, Guile is the character's first name.

Guile's two primary Special moves are the Sonic Boom (Projectile based attack) and the Somersault Kick (an anti-air attack). Both moves require a charge motion of-course. Throughout the series, these have been Guile's main special attacks and has been known to have more Super Attacks than special moves. The "Sonic Hurricane" is not a projectile but if it connects, it traps the opponents in and does multiple hits. Somersault Strike is basically his Somersault Kick with two more kicks added in. It acts like Ken's ShoryuuReppa in that it performs three Somersaults. It is also considered one of Guile's most difficult moves to perform. In Capcom vs. SNK he gained another Super Move called "Total Wipeout" which allows him to do consecutive punches that end with a final Backhand punch that knocks the opponent away. This move is similar to a super move he had in the EX series called "Opening Gambit", which also features consecutive punches but ends with a modified side Somersault kick instead of a backhand.

Wednesday, July 20, 2011


Gambit is gifted with the ability to charge inanimate objects with explosive kinetic energy. He is most often seen charging ordinary playing cards with said energy. Originally, Gambit needed to maintain physical contact with the object. However after surgery performed by Mister Sinister, he can charge anything simply by looking at it and concentrating, including living tissue.

Gambit’s reflexes and agility are greatly enhanced beyond a normal human’s, and he is able to use static energy to shield his mind from telepaths, even those as powerful as Professor Xavier and Emma Frost. Gambit is also able to exert a sort of hypnotic control over any living being by manipulating the static charges in their minds. He can force them to agree to with anything he says or does. However, more powerful minds have been able to resist Gambit’s charm.

Though most often seen with his signature bo staff, Gambit is also a skilled fencer, duelist and marksman, given his extreme dexterity when throwing his kinetic charged cards.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011


Galactus, the Devourer of Worlds, known to be a major villain of the Marvel comic Fantastic Four, is the final boss in Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds, due to him being lured in by the alliance between Doctor Doom and Albert Wesker.

Galactus is the sole survivor of the universe that existed prior to the current universe. Originally Galactus was a humanoid named Galan, who was born on the planet Taa, a paradise-like world whose civilization is said to have been the most advanced of any of the known universe of that time. At the moment Galan's universe met its end, the Phoenix Force amassed the positive emotions of all living beings in the cosmos to preserve them from eternal damnation, enabling the Sentience of the Universe — the previous universe's equivalent to Eternity — to meet with Galan. Within the "Cosmic Egg" the Sentience of the Universe revealed itself to Galan and informed him that though they both would die in the final moments of the universe, they would both survive through a joint heir born into the next universe. The Sentience of the Universe merged itself with the mortal Galan and thus Galactus, the devourer of worlds, was conceived.

In the Marvel Universe, Dr. Doom teamed up with Dormammu and reunited a large number of known villains. Soon, they made contact with the Capcom Universe, and joined forces with Albert Wesker in order to unite both "Earths" into one. Galactus took notice and, in his mind, sees no other alternative but to destroy the world to prevent the catastrophe. The heroes and villains now must team up to defeat this new larger threat, or else lose everything.

Monday, July 18, 2011


Frank West is a character that originates from and is the protagonist of the Capcom video game "Dead Rising." He has also made an appearance in the Xbox LIVE Arcade Game "Dead Rising 2: Case West." Originally featured on Tatsunoko vs. Capcom, he was originally intended to appear as a playable player in Marvel vs. Capcom 3. As his silhouette can be seen in much of the artwork for the game and even being seen on the special edition comic cover. It was rumored that he would have a Chuck Greene color scheme, the main protagonist of "Dead Rising 2."

Frank West was deconfirmed by creator Ryota Niitsuma, stating that he was, for a long stretch of the development cycle, on the roster and was deep in development but cut due to unforeseen "extra work". He will most likely become available as DLC due to his popularity, and him being already partially developed.

At first many people believed that Frank West would be revealed with, and rivaled against, Spider-Man, since both are photographers who maintain a sense of humor in serious situations and have cannibilistic foes (Spider Man with Venom and Frank with the Undead specifically). However this was not the case.
It is highly likely that the unnamed pilot of the Helicopter occupied by Chun-Li in the Episode 2 cinematic trailer is Frank West. Since the pilots face is always obscured by his helmet and his attire appears to be Franks default Dead Rising outfit, this may be his appearence in a CG, as Niitsuma stated he was included in one, being cleverly edited out.

Sunday, July 17, 2011


Felicia is a video game character from Capcom's fighting game series Darkstalkers (or Vampire Savior in Japan.) She appears in Marvel vs. Capcom 3 alongside Morrigan and Hsien-Ko, two other Darkstalker females. Felicia was raised by a Catholic nun named Rose. When Rose died, Felicia left her town hoping to be a musical star. During her travels, she met many other catgirls of her kind. With her newfound friends, she set out for her dream of being on stage. Eventually, she and her friends started a musical with Felicia being the main star.
In the events of Darkstalkers 3, she wondered about how she could make others happy. In her ending, Felicia became a nun herself and founded an orphanage named "Felicity House."

In Marvel Vs Capcom, Felicia was seen with Mike Haggar trying to put out the flames on his "Vote Haggar" sign in the 4th opening. She was helping by blowing it out with her breath. Her tail then caught fire, where she ran around, jumped on Haggar's sign and scratched it with her claws.
On the U.S. website of Marvel vs Capcom 3, Felicia was until recently the only character whose entire body was cut out (the same was more recently done to Morrigan as well), leaving just her head and right hand. This could be due to her body and might have forced the developers of the website to adhere to censorship standards. The same thing goes for Marvel vs Capcom 3's Facebook picture of her. Even in the game's intro, her body is cleverly censored most of the time. Her breasts aren't visible because she is piggybacking on top of Haggar, and her buttocks are hidden at one point by her foot.

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Saturday, July 16, 2011


Dormammu is a Marvel Comics supervillain from the 'Strange Tales' franchise. He made his official debut in Marvel vs Capcom 3 in the Electronic Entertainment Expo, and later on, as a playable character. Dormammu is first mentioned by Karl Amadeus Mordo, senior apprentice of the "Sorcerer Supreme" the "Ancient One", who, in the entity's service, attempts to slowly weaken the sorcerer, but is stopped when his fellow pupil Stephen Strange (Doctor Strange) manages to alert his master to the betrayal.

In Marvel Vs Capcom Story, Dormammu, alongside Doctor Doom and Albert Wesker, seek to unite the Marvel and Capcom worlds together so that Galactus may devour it, in return, Galactus would bless them with his Power Cosmic, increasing their powers to untold proportions.

In Dormammu's MvC3 ending, he explains how the incident with Galactus has opened his eyes to the many opportunities to be had on many worlds. His ending involves him opening a portal to the Capcom world and talking to Lord Raptor (from Darkstalkers) with the shadows of Akuma, Wesker, and Red Arremer beside him. They discuss the right time to take over both worlds.

The character is an interdimensional entity composed of mystical energy that can be used to achieve almost any effect he desires, including: energy projection; matter transmutation; size shifting and teleportation; body possession; resurrection of the dead; bestowing of power; and the creation of demon lords. In certain instances, his power is displayed as approaching a universal scale of influence.

Dormammu is apparently stronger in the Dark Dimension, being empowered by the worship of his followers, and can draw upon its power. The character has been shown to have one significant weakness: being vulnerable in environments that cannot fuel his mystical Faltine flames.

Friday, July 15, 2011


Doctor Doom, also known as Victor Von Doom, is a Marvel Comics villain and an enemy of the Fantastic Four, Doctor Strange, Silver Surfer, Spider-Man, and the Avengers.

Doom is an extremely vain individual, and spites Mr. Fantastic for being a rival to his genius. Some accounts say the explosion of his machine only caused one scar, which he could not handle, as "Doom should be perfect." He also places his own importance over others, and has no problem killing people when the situation calls for it, regarding life much like a game of chess. But Doctor Doom is a gentleman and is bound by his honor and pride. He seems to value science heavily, preferring to build machines that have the same function as some of his magic spells. The only people he's seemed to ever care for are his parents, vowing to avenge them once they were gone, and going to great lengths to reach whatever dimension his mother is trapped in.

Although a major threat to the Marvel universe, Doom can also prove a valuable ally. He has been seen to team up with numerous superheroes on numerous occasions, even his arch-rivals, the Fantastic Four. In most cases however, the alliance works in Doom's favor, and he will often abandon the person as soon as he gets what he wants. Such as when he helped defeat the god-like Beyonder, only for his plan to involve stealing the Beyonder's power.

In the storyline of Fate of Two Worlds, Doctor Doom plots with Albert Wesker to create a portal between their two worlds in order to conquer each. At the suggestion of the Super Skrull, Doom decides to siphon the power cosmic from Galactus and his worldship in order to create the link between his world and Wesker's. Galactus eventually begins to notice the theft and attempts to consume both worlds in retaliation

Thursday, July 14, 2011


Dhalsim is a fictional character from the Street Fighter series of fighting games. In the story, he hails from Kerala, India. Generally a pacifist, Dhalsim fights to raise money for his village, but realizes that it contradicts his pacifist beliefs. The only significant part he played in the overall story of the series was to make Cammy White self-aware. Dhalsim retired from fighting after the second World Warrior tournament, and continued to roam the world helping those in need.
Dhalsim is the original long-range fighter of fighting games. Dhalsim's intense training has given him the ability to contort and extend his limbs into forms physically impossible in real life; he can project his arms and legs outward in order to deliver attacks that would be out of the range of normal limbs. Dhalsim's fighting style involves keeping the opponent at bay with distance attacks and projectiles, and optimally, only getting close to strike with a surprise aerial attack or sliding kick. Due to his reach advantage, Dhalsim has both very low offense and defense, making it vital for him to avoid sustaining too many blows from a strong fighter. Dhalsim's sprite, while standing, is actually quite a small target, due to the total number of pixels Dhalsim's sprite occupies while not attacking. Dhalsim becomes a much larger target while attacking. As of Super Street Fighter II Turbo, the player can make Dhalsim do only short range attacks by holding back on the joystick.

Dhalsim's abilities resemble those of an Indian fighter in the 1976 motion picture Master of the Flying Guillotine starring Jimmy Wang Yu. Like Dhalsim, the fighter in the movie used a yoga-based fighting style and had an unnatural ability to extend his limbs to attack.

Dhalsim's personality resembles that of an Indian mystic; vegetarianism, spiritualism and meditation, and simplicity, as Dhalsim wears very simple attire. Also Dhalsim is aware that if he uses his power to harm, he may become evil, and frequently questions his decisions to use his powers for fighting. In these aspects, he bears a remarkable similarity to Mohandas Gandhi. All forms of yoga are meant to aid a personal journey towards enlightenment and not to harm others. Therefore, Dhalsim is constantly concerned about his fighting style overwhelming his own principles of nonviolence. In contrast, Dhalsim's minimal clothing and necklace of skulls are reminiscent of the medieval Hindu ascetics known as Kapalikas ("skull-bearers") who were often related to macabre imagery such as cannibalism and human sacrifice.

Wednesday, July 13, 2011


Devilot is the daughter of a dangerous Pirate King/Queen, making her the princess. She and her two lackeys (Dave the scientist and Xavier the wizard) fly around space looking for people with VA's so she can beat them up and steal parts from them or perhaps the the whole VA for her collection.

It doesn't look like she's involved with either side of the dispute in the Earth Force events. She's just a spoiled brat that's looking for something to do. She pilots the S-008 Super-8. A mech that was designed for underwater use. It looks like an octopus. Devilot has a crush on Gawaine and is constantly blushing when he's around. Devilot was a secret character in Super Puzzle Fighter 2 Turbo, and also appeared as an assist character in Marvel VS Capcom.'

Tuesday, July 12, 2011


Deadpool, also known as Wade Wilson, is a mercenary and anti-hero appearing in comic books published by Marvel Comics. He was created by an artist by the name of Rob Liefeld, and a writer by the name of Fabian Nicieza. He made His first appearance in the comic The New Mutants Issue #98, Feb. 1991. Since then, he has become one of Marvel's most used and popular characters due to his humorous personality. He makes his Marvel vs. Capcom series debut in the 2011 game Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds.
Deadpool is a highly unstable individual due to the side effects of his vast healing power, so his personality changes from time to time. He frequently displays multiple potential mental disorders, including: attention deficit hyperactive disorder, manic depression disorder, and recently the onset of schizophrenia.

Deadpool wears a red and black jumpsuit with large oval shapes around the eyes and a logo, bearing his likeness, on his belt buckle. People unfamiliar with Deadpool often confuse him for "a ninja Spider-Man," much to the chagrin of his fanbase (as well as Deadpool himself).
In Marvel Vs Capcom,

Deadpool's first appearance was battling Dante in a building. Later, with the appearance of Galactus and dangerous villains determined to conquer both the Marvel and Capcom worlds, Deadpool ceased battling Dante and turned his attention to stopping the villains.

Deadpool's ending involves him throwing a wild party with various Marvel and Capcom heroes as well as civilian attendees, in celebration of his climactic victory over Galactus; he also thanks "the player in front of the TV", saying that he would invite him if he could, but "[the player] got the Player Points for winning, and that's all you need!". Eventually, Deadpool accidentally overloads Galactus' worldship after attempting to increase power to the DJ booth and margarita machine. The resulting mishap causes the worldship to destroy the entirety of Cleveland city. Police then issue arrest warrants for both Deadpool and the player, with the news media terming the tragic accident "Deadpoolicide".

Monday, July 11, 2011


Having not trained officially in the Anasatsuken form of Shotokan like Ryu & Ken, Sakura dives head first into any new ability she discovers. As such, without proper training, she was unable to resist the lure of the Satsui no Hado.
Her game play is like Sakura in Street Fighter Alpha 2, her Hadouken now travels across the screen horizontally instead of disapating diagonally. Her Shouoken no longer has the energy shield in front of it when used on the ground, but it is present when she performs the attack in mid-air. Her Shinnku Hadouken is now an energy beam like Ryu's instead of a steady stream of repeated diagonal Hadoukens. She also gains the Ashura Warp and Shun Goku Satsu from Akuma.

Sunday, July 10, 2011


Dante is the main protagonist in the Devil May Cry series. He is the second son of Sparda and Eva, and the younger twin brother of Vergil. As such, he is a half-demon, half-human hybrid. Dante is a mercenary dedicated to exterminating demons, a mission he follows in pursuit of those that killed his mother and corrupted his brother.

In Marvel vs. Capcom 3's Episode 1 trailer, Dante is seen battling Deadpool in a bar named after both of them, slashing swords and guns blazing with each other. The battle ends however, when Deadpool is pricked by Morrigan. Dante is later seen at the end of the Episode 4 trailer, among all the other Marvel and Capcom heroes and battling against the villians on the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier.

In his ending, Dante breaks the 4th Wall (similar to Deadpool) and challenges Ghost Rider to a duel, believing that fighting against him after the "final boss" makes "Life the ultimate game".Earlier in the Devil May Cry series' story, Dante is incredibly cocky and flippant, mouthing off to even the most powerful of demons and he generally enjoys rubbing people the wrong way. He does mature as time goes by, but never really loses his attitude. Dante is seemingly unafraid or just plain stoic, not showing fear whether he's being attacked by the Seven Hells in his office or being swallowed by a giant serpent demon. With the exception of Devil May Cry 2, Dante rarely shows any seriousness. He can be serious when the situation calls for it, but he still maintains a fairly laid-back demeanor during such situations and is never without a witty taunt or comeback. Dante can seem at times to be uncaring or even callous, but actually has a very strong sense of justice and prefers to fight fairly. He can be counted on to do the right thing, even if he makes cynical quips about it the entire time. Unusually, while he has issues with his own demonic side, Dante has little qualms about accepting demons who choose the side of good, such as Trish and Bradley. Though Dante is quoted as believing that "Humans are often worse than demons" in the anime, he refuses to kill full-blooded humans for any reason. Dante values family and friends very highly. He cared deeply for his mother and, despite their differences, he also cared for Vergil. Even after all the fighting the two did over the course of Devil May Cry 3, Dante still tried to save him when he (Vergil) was falling into the Demon World, and even went as far as to cry over losing him. 

Saturday, July 9, 2011


Dan Hibiki is a character from Capcom's Street Fighter series of fighting games. Dan is consistently portrayed as an arrogant, overconfident, yet a generally weak character in many of the games he is featured in (for that reason, considered a joke character). He is widely considered to be the comic relief of the series because of his over-the-top poses and battle cries.

Dan has a similar outfit to Ryu and Ken, wearing a traditional Karate gi, but pink (a color combination of Ryu and Ken's gi). Dan also wears a black undershirt. His head and face closely resembles Robert from Art of Fighting.

Though his fighting stance is similar to Ken and Ryu's, it is more "loose" and animated. Many of his mannerisms directly mirror those of Yuri Sakazaki.

Due to his generally weak and slow moves, Dan is widely regarded as a joke character, not to be used for any serious competition. He is also popular as a handicap to skilled players, as his weakness makes winning matches more difficult when against notably powerful characters such as Ryu, Ken and Charlie. As such, selecting Dan can in itself be seen as a taunt, since doing so implies high confidence that a player is superior in skill to his or her opponent. Strangely enough, all these weaknesses and the sheer comedy value have combined to make Dan a campy fan favorite of sorts.

In some games, however, Dan's strength and ability is increased to give him a fighting chance on the level of most opponents, in such cases, his comedy value is in his over the top attitude. Despite still being a joke character in Street Fighter IV, Dan's skills are enough to match of higher tier characters (his Gadouken has increased range and his Koryuken is stronger, compared to the previous games).

Friday, July 8, 2011


Scott Summers is the oldest of the mutant sons of Major Christopher Summers, a test pilot in the U.S. Air Force, and his wife Katherine Ann. When his father flew the family back from a vacation in his vintage private plane, a de Havilland Mosquito, the plane was attacked and set ablaze by a scout ship from the alien Shi'ar Empire. Katherine pushed Scott and Alex out the plane door with the only available parachute. The parachute was unable to slow their fall sufficiently to prevent Scott from suffering a head injury on landing (the injury damaged the part of Scott's brain that would have enabled him to control his optic blasts). This was also the first time Scott used his mutant power to slow their descent.

Cyclops possess the ability to emit scarlet beams of energy from his eyes. He constantly abosrbs ambient energy, such as sunlight, and converts it into his optic blasts. Due to a head injury recieved as a child he cannot shut off his power and thus must constantly wear his ruby-quartz visor or sun-glasses of the same material.
He is Ryu's original rival since the first debut of X-Men vs. Street Fighter.
With the exception of Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Cyclops had made appearances in all Marvel crossover games. The only non-playable role he has had in the series was as an assist character in Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes.


M. Bison, known as Vega in Japan, is one of the primary bosses and antagonist of the Street Fighter fighting game series. His general attire consists of a red military uniform with large silver shoulder plates, wrist bands, and shin guards; on his cap is the skull insignia of his crime syndicate known as Shadaloo (sometimes referred to as Shadowlaw or Shadowloo). Bison's eyes lack both pupils and irises (exception in "Street Fighter II"), leaving them a ghastly white color. He sports a dark colored cape in the Alpha series, in which he appears with his original body. In Street Fighter II and the Capcom vs SNK series, he appears with a much slimmer body, and removes his cape before battle.

M. Bison is a "charge character" in that, his special moves require that you hold in directions for a few seconds before pulling a move off. One of his special moves is the "Psycho Crusher" which sends him flying in the direction of his opponent with a damaging spin. The "Scissors Kick" allows him to do a forward flip which will knock the opponent away. With the "Head Stomp", Bison jumps into the air and homes into the opponent, bouncing off their heads in which he can follow up and smack them with his own hands.

In the Alpha series, he gained new moves such as the "Psycho shot" which was his very own projectile and a couple abilities which allowed him to teleport and hover in the air.

His Super Attacks contain a more powerful version of the Psycho Crusher (In Alpha 3, it is his most powerful attack taking up the whole screen when used) and the Knee Press Nightmare, which is a more varied version of the Scissors Kick.

Photographs Do not Just Capture Images, But Also Save Memories

I used to bring my camera with me if ever i will be attending a special event. It would be nice if i can take some great shots and save those photos in my albums. I know most of you are into digital photography now but to be honest, i still love the old way. I still keep those photos in my photo albums.
Just like what they say, "Photographs do not just capture the images but they also save the memories. It is a very nice remembrance indeed and if you want to reminisce those memories, all you have to do is to look back at those photos and recall those special moments of your life.
Oh well, It is much better if you got some great and artistic shots right? I'm not a professional or skilled photographer and it takes me a lot of trials before i can take a great shot. I guess this is the reason why some people hire professional photographer to shoot photos in their events.
Well, i think hiring something like that professional Photographer Portland Service in Oregon is not a bad idea at all. First, you do not have to stress out yourself to bring your bulky camera. Second, it is less time consuming and will give you a chance to enjoy the event. And most of all, you can have the greatest shots ever since they were all taken professionally.
Sounds great right? I might consider hiring one in our upcoming family reunion. So exciting.

Know More About RRR

Are you familiar with the so called "RRR"? Okay, I know you usually link this RRR with the famous "Reuse, Reduce, Recycle" thing but in Auto repair this RRR stands for Remove, Repair and Replace.
Very interesting right? Fixing your car technical issue is actually something that a car owner can do by himself and RRR are the three main basic procedure that he needs to learn in order to fix his car properly.
Remove is the process where in you will remove the defective or damaged spare from your car. Obviously it involves disassembling and you need to use specialized equipments to do this effectively.
Repair, on the other hand is a much complicated one. Here, you need to restore that certain spare part back to its sound condition. It is quite complicated indeed because a single mistake can ruin everything.
Replace is a practical one. Well, if the damage can't be fixed, that will leave you no choice but to buy another spare for replacement. Of course, you need to assemble it back to your car.
Well, this RRR can only be done if you have the skills and the experience to do it effectively. If not, then i suggest that you look for something similar to that Auto Body Phoenix in Arizona. It's always the best choice to let the experts do the job because you know that they can fix it in no time in a professional way.

Remodeling Service

I remember when we had a major house renovation last 2008, it took over 4 months before we see the final result. It is quite a stressing moment for us since we decided not to leave the house while it is under renovation. We just hired someone from the neighbor who are recommended just by my mom's close friend. We decided to stay there so that we can monitor them on how they work and so that they can approach us easily if there's something we need to buy.
Oh well, just like what i said, it is quite a stressing moment in our part because we have to bear with all that non-stop banging of hammer, messy room filled with dust everywhere. But after few months of waiting, we finally saw the result which is rewarding. I love the improvement and we're happy that we got a satisfying Remodeling service from them.
However, that's not always the case guys! It is quite a risk to hire someone from the neighborhood. First, you do not know if they have enough experience to do the job satisfactorily. Second, they are not trained specifically for this kind of field.
It's always a practical and wise decision to hire experts from reputable Remodeling companies like that Remodeling Portland Services in Oregon. The pricing might be different but you are confident that you will receive a high quality service from them and will definitely give you your desired appearance or looks for your house.

Thursday, July 7, 2011


Cyber-Akuma is created by Apocalypse and serves as the final boss in Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter. He may have the same special moves as the original Akuma, but his special moves are upgraded with his rocket launching arm and are more powerful that it can deal with a massive amount of damage. However, his attacks are blockable and avoidable. After defeating Cyber-Akuma, a special ending for a character will be shown. First and only capcom character to ever be a final boss

Wednesday, July 6, 2011


Crimson Viper, or C. Viper for short, is a secret agent from the Street Fighter franchise and appears in Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds, thus being a recently created character by Capcom this is the first crossover game in which she appears.
(In Marvel Vs Capcom Story) In Crimson Viper's MvC3 ending, she finds an unknown person inside of her office and demands him to leave. The person says C.Viper is a hard person to track down and he simply waited for her here. He reveals himself to be Ultimate Nick Fury and offers C.Viper a job. C.Viper is interested in the money, but questions Fury on why he chose her specifically. Fury says his organization only employs the best and that what he thinks C.Viper is. He then asks C.Viper if she has ever heard of a little agency called S.H.I.E.L.D.

Viper is one of the few rushdown type characters from the Street Fighter series, employing the use of mixups, feints, and baiting. As the only character in MVC3 that has EX moves, Viper is also rather heavily-meter based. She can also perform eight-way angled air dashes for good mobilty.

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