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GameStop reveals Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Collector’s Edition, includes Jill Valentine & Shuma Gorath DLC

Submitted by on Tuesday, 16 November 2010No Comment

This is one Collector’s Edition you don’t want to miss out on.

It seems like GameStop just confirmed two new characters coming to Marvel vs. Capcom 3. However, unlike the previous announcements, these fighters are revealed to be post launch downloadable content. Joining the roster are Jill Valentine (RE5 battle suit attire) and Shuma Gorath, two returning characters from MvC2.

GameStop is including console decals for those that pre-order either version of the game. Here are the contents included in the Collector’s Edition straight from the GameStop website:

  • Steelbook case featuring exclusive art work
  • Comic/Art book- A 12-page prologue comic, written by Marvel writer Frank Tieri, plus campaign art and a curated selection of fan art.
  • 1-month Subscription to Marvel Digital Comics, providing unlimited online access to Marvel content
  • 2 Playable DLC Characters – Shuma Gorath and Jill Valentine. Content is available 4 weeks post-launch.

For only $69.99 you’re getting a pretty awesome deal. This won’t be the first fighting game with post launch DLC. As you may remember, BlazBlue Continuum Shift has downloadable characters in the form of Makoto and Valkenhayn for $8 a piece.

On Monday, Capcom announced that Zero from Mega Man and She-Hulk are playable characters in MvC3. We’re just waiting for them to release the official artwork and videos. Until then, let us know what you think of the Collector’s Edition.


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