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If you bought the special edition of Marvel Vs Capcom 3 you are eligible to download the items free of charge. If not, you can still download them from either the PlayStation Store or Xbox Live. If you bought the Xbox 360 Version of the Special Edition of Marvel Vs Capcom 3, the code is on the back of the art book.

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Play as Galactus in Arcade mode

At the main menu, highlight the 'Arcade Mode' option, and press Back + LB + A to unlock Galactus in Arcade mode.

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Before reaching the character selection screen, hold LT, RT, or LT + RT. When the character selection screen appears, one of multiple remixed versions of 'I Wanna Take You For A Ride' will play.

Galactus mode

Have a saved game file from Marvel vs. Capcom 3 to unlock Galactus mode. Alternately, earn 30,000 points on your player card.

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Achievements

Accomplish the indicated achievement to get the corresponding number of Gamerscore points:

    The Ultimate (50 points): Unlock all achievements.
    Waiting for the Trade (50 points): View all endings in Arcade mode.
    The Best There Is (10 points): Beat Arcade mode on the hardest difficulty.
    Saving My Quarters (10 points): Beat Arcade mode without using any continues.
    The Points Do Matter (20 points): Earn 400,000 points in Arcade mode.
    High-Score Hero (30 points): Earn 500,000 points in Arcade mode.
    Missions? Possible. (20 points): Clear 120 missions in Mission mode.
    Up To The Challenge (30 points): Clear 240 missions in Mission mode.
    Master of Tasks (40 points): Clear 480 missions in Mission mode.
    Above Average Joe (10 points): Land a Viewtiful Combo. (Arcade/Xbox LIVE)
    Mutant Master (10 points): Land an Uncanny Combo. (Arcade/Xbox LIVE)
    Mega Buster (20 points): Use 1,000 Hyper Combo Gauge bars. (Arcade/Xbox LIVE)
    Defender (10 points): Block 100 times. (Arcade/Xbox LIVE)
    Advancing Guardian (10 points): Perform 100 Advancing Guards. (Arcade/Xbox LIVE)
    A Friend in Need (20 points): Perform 100 Crossover Assists. (Arcade/Xbox LIVE)
    First Strike (10 points): Land 50 First Attacks. (Arcade/Xbox LIVE)
    Savage Playing (10 points): Perform 50 Snap Backs. (Arcade/Xbox LIVE)
    Quick Change-Up (10 points): Perform 50 Crossover Counters. (Arcade/Xbox LIVE)
    Perfect X-ample (10 points): Use X-Factor 50 times. (Arcade/Xbox LIVE)
    Gravity? Please.. (10 points): Land 50 Team Aerial Combos. (Arcade/Xbox LIVE)
    Mighty Teamwork (10 points): Land 30 Team Aerial Counters. (Arcade/Xbox LIVE)
    Big Bang Theory (15 points): Perform 30 Hyper Combo Finishes. (Arcade/Xbox LIVE)
    Hard Corps (15 points): Perform 30 Crossover Combination Finishes. (Arcade/Xbox LIVE)
    Training Montage (20 points): Play in Offline Mode for over 5 hours.
    Training in Isolation (30 points): Play in Offline Mode for over 30 hours.
    Seductive Embrace (20 points): Play on Xbox LIVE for over 5 hours.
    Rivals Welcome (30 points): Play on Xbox LIVE for over 30 hours.
    Brave New World (10 points): Participate in any mode over Xbox LIVE.
    Hellbent (20 points): Participate in 100 matches in Xbox LIVE.
    Dreaded Opponent (20 points): Participate in 200 matches in Xbox LIVE.
    Forged From Steel (30 points): Participate in 300 matches in Xbox LIVE.
    Full Roster (30 points): Battle against all characters over Xbox LIVE.
    Incredible (20 points): Win without calling your partners or switching out in a Xbox LIVE match.
    Need a Healing Factor (20 points): Win without blocking in an Xbox LIVE match.
    Crazy Good (10 points): Surpass the rank of Fighter.
    Mega Good (40 points): Surpass the 6th rank of any class.
    Hotshot (15 points): Win 10 battles in Ranked Match.
    Slam Master (20 points): Win 50 battles in Ranked Match.
    Fighting Machine (40 points): Win 100 battles in Ranked Match.
    Noble Effort (15 points): Get a 5-game win streak in Ranked Match.
    Assemble! (15 points): Participate in an 8 player Lobby over Xbox LIVE.
    Dominator (30 points): Collect 100 titles.
    A Warrior Born (10 points): Earn 5,000 Player Points (PP).
    Devil with a Blue Coat (15 points): Earn 30,000 Player Points (PP).
    Divine Brawler (50 points): Earn 100,000 Player Points (PP).
    Comic Collector (50 points): Unlock all items in the Gallery.
    Passport to Beatdown Country (10 points): Fight in all of the stages.
Ultimate Marvel Vs Capcom 3 Xbox 360 Download
System: Xbox 360, PS3
Dev: Capcom
Pub: Capcom
Release: November 15, 2011
Players: 1-2
Screen Resolution: 480p-1080pMild Language, Partial Nudity, Sexual Themes, Violence

Ryu is a character who has pretty much seen buffs across the board. While his fireballs apparently don't go fully across the screen anymore, they now have higher durability, meaning they won't be canceled out by beams. Ryu also has chargeable versions of his fireball and Dragon Punch, executed by pressing the S button with a motion rather than an attack button. The charged Dragon Punch does multiple hits and quite a bit of damage, while the charged fireball travels so fast it's invisible and explodes on impact, causing a wall bounce. Ryu also has a power-up super which increases the effectiveness of all of his moves and hyper combos. It will make his Shinkuu Hadoken bounce off walls, and will make his Shinkuu Tatsumaki become a highly damaging cinematic Hyper Combo.

Multiple other characters have seen nerfs, buffs, and move additions as well. Viewtiful Joe now has a command dodge that is cancelable into supers. Magneto has the ability to push you away and pull you toward him a la Blazblue's Tager. Storm has the ability to control the wind in order to affect character momentum, a la Blazblue's Rachel. Spencer has a vertical dive move that acts as a phenomenally ambiguous cross up. Frankly, the changes are too many to count, and there are several more coming.

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Then, of course, there are the characters. Frankly, entire articles could be written about the characters alone. To keep it short, four new characters were officially announced with the title, including Firebrand from Ghosts and Goblins, Hawkeye, Ghost Rider, and the much-requested Strider. However, shortly thereafter, eight more characters were leaked, and Capcom has pretty much admitted the leak is real at this point. (If you can believe interviews with Seth Killian, that is.) The rest of the roster should include Vergil (Devil May Cry), Nemesis (Resident Evil), Frank West (Dead Rising), and Phoenix Wright for Capcom. Nova, Iron Fist, Dr. Strange, and Rocket Raccoon should be joining up from the Marvel side.

Now for the big question. Is UMVC3 worth forty dollars?

Well, people have been complaining for ages about how Capcom produced no DLC for classic MvC3, and are saying that everything in UMVC3 should have come out as a DLC patch. Think about this for a second: Jill and Shuma, the only DLC characters in classic Marvel, cost five dollars each. If you paid for all the characters in UMVC3 individually, you would be paying 60 dollars instead of 40, and you wouldn't get the balance changes, the new moves, the eight new stages, the online additions, and so on. So, come November, I'm going to purchase UMVC3 because it's worth the money in characters alone.

By Angelo M. D'Argenio
CCC Contributing Writer


Game Features:

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  • Brand new balances to gameplay.
  • Eight new stages.
  • Spectator mode.
  • Twelve new characters.
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