History ShoutOut / CapcomVsWhatever

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** He also has a scheme that gives him [[EvilAlbino pale skin]] and {{red eyes|TakeWarning}} (which is how he was depicted in the cover of ''Super-Villain Team-Up''), a scheme that makes him [[DistaffCounterpart M.O.D.A.M.]] (makeup included), and a scheme based on his very first appearance. For ''Ultimate'', he [[http://fans.marvel.com/marvel_interactive/blog/2011/11/04/ultimate_marvel_vs._capcom_3_alternates:_m.o.d.o.k._and_sentinel gets color schemes]] based off his blue appearance in ''What If'' #37 and Comicbook/HowardTheDuck's M.O.D.O.T. (Designed for '''T'''alking). His ''Ultimate'' pre-order DLC costume is Elvis M.O.D.O.K. from ''ComicBook/{{Nextwave}}''.

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** He also has a scheme that gives him [[EvilAlbino pale skin]] and {{red eyes|TakeWarning}} (which is how he was depicted in the cover of ''Super-Villain Team-Up''), a scheme that makes him [[DistaffCounterpart M.O.D.A.M.]] (makeup included), and a scheme based on his very first appearance. For ''Ultimate'', he [[http://fans.marvel.com/marvel_interactive/blog/2011/11/04/ultimate_marvel_vs._capcom_3_alternates:_m.o.d.o.k._and_sentinel gets color schemes]] based off his blue appearance in ''What If'' ''ComicBook/WhatIf'' #37 and Comicbook/HowardTheDuck's M.O.D.O.T. (Designed for '''T'''alking). His ''Ultimate'' pre-order DLC costume is Elvis M.O.D.O.K. from ''ComicBook/{{Nextwave}}''.
21st Sep '17 5:53:29 PM OnoderaTearer
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* '''Comicbook/DoctorDoom''' [[http://fans.marvel.com/marvel_interactive/blog/2011/02/09/marvel_vs._capcom_3:_the_final_9_marvel_alternates has two]] alternate colors based on his ''ComicBook/Marvel2099'' version and one based on his ''Old Man Logan'' appearance. For ''Ultimate'', he loses his white/blue ''2099'' scheme and gets color schemes based on his look in ''Future Foundation'', ''Identity Wars'' and ''Dark Reign: The Cabal''. His ''Ultimate'' pre-order DLC costume is his ''Doomwar'' appearance.

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* '''Comicbook/DoctorDoom''' [[http://fans.marvel.com/marvel_interactive/blog/2011/02/09/marvel_vs._capcom_3:_the_final_9_marvel_alternates has two]] alternate colors based on his ''ComicBook/Marvel2099'' version and one based on his ''Old Man Logan'' ''ComicBook/OldManLogan'' appearance. For ''Ultimate'', he loses his white/blue ''2099'' scheme and gets color schemes based on his look in ''Future Foundation'', ''[[ComicBook/{{FF}} Future Foundation]]'', ''Identity Wars'' and ''Dark Reign: ''ComicBook/DarkReign: The Cabal''. His ''Ultimate'' pre-order DLC costume is his ''Doomwar'' appearance.



* '''Comicbook/DoctorStrange's''' line after defeating a female character:

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* '''Comicbook/DoctorStrange's''' '''Comicbook/DoctorStrange'''[='=]s line after defeating a female character:



** His alternative schemes are his retro blue costume, his look from ''War of the Gems'', his ''Doctor Strange'' animated film colors and ''[[ComicBook/{{Marvel 1602}} Doctor Strange 1602]]'' look. His DLC costume is his blue costume (the Necromancer) from 1969.

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** His alternative schemes are his retro blue costume, his look from ''War of the Gems'', his ''Doctor Strange'' ''WesternAnimation/DoctorStrangeTheSorcererSupreme'' animated film colors and ''[[ComicBook/{{Marvel 1602}} Doctor Strange 1602]]'' look. His DLC costume is his blue costume (the Necromancer) from 1969.



** His schemes are based on different colorations from past comic appearances. For ''Ultimate'', he gets different color schemes based off the ''New Exiles'' Black Baron Dormammu, and Comicbook/{{Nextwave}}'s Dread Rorkannu. His DLC costume is his classic appearance.

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** His schemes are based on different colorations from past comic appearances. For ''Ultimate'', he gets different color schemes based off the ''New Exiles'' ComicBook/{{Exiles}}'' Black Baron Dormammu, and Comicbook/{{Nextwave}}'s Dread Rorkannu. His DLC costume is his classic appearance.



* Some of '''Firebrand''''s alts reference Capcom's logo, Blackheart, and his green color scheme references the cover of Gargoyle's quest and the Green Goblin. His DLC costume is the Red Arremer King from ''Ghouls 'N Ghosts''.

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* Some of '''Firebrand''''s '''Firebrand'''[='=]s alts reference Capcom's logo, Blackheart, and his green color scheme references the cover of Gargoyle's quest and the Green Goblin. His DLC costume is the Red Arremer King from ''Ghouls 'N Ghosts''.



* '''Comicbook/GhostRider''''s alternative schemes are Ultimate Vengeance, Noble Kale, Danny Ketch, Phantom Rider, and his F4 costume from ''ComicBook/MiniMarvels''. His DLC alt is Comicbook/GhostRider2099.

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* '''Comicbook/GhostRider''''s '''Comicbook/GhostRider'''[='=]s alternative schemes are Ultimate Vengeance, Noble Kale, Danny Ketch, Phantom Rider, and his F4 Fantastic Four costume from ''ComicBook/MiniMarvels''. His DLC alt is Comicbook/GhostRider2099.



* '''Comicbook/{{Hawkeye}}''''s alternative schemes are his ''Tales of Suspense'' attire, Evil Hawkeye from ''War of the Gems'', ''Heroes Reborn'' attire, ''Ultimate'' Hawkeye, and the space suit seen in ''[[WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes Earth's Mightiest Heroes]]''. His DLC costume is his Ronin costume.

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* '''Comicbook/{{Hawkeye}}''''s '''Comicbook/{{Hawkeye}}'''[='=]s alternative schemes are his ''Tales of Suspense'' attire, Evil Hawkeye from ''War of the Gems'', ''Heroes Reborn'' ''ComicBook/HeroesReborn'' attire, ''Ultimate'' Hawkeye, and the space suit seen in ''[[WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes Earth's Mightiest Heroes]]''. His DLC costume is his Ronin costume.
21st Sep '17 5:46:51 PM OnoderaTearer
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* '''Captain America''' has the costume of his Soviet counterpart The Red Guardian, ComicBook/ThePunisher's Captain America outfit, and his alternate green color from previous ''Marvel vs. Capcom'' games as his alternate color schemes. For ''Ultimate'', he loses the Red Guardian and ''[=MvC=]'' schemes and gets color schemes based off his ''Age of X'' gear, his appearance in the [[UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler Hitler]]-punching cover of ''Captain America Comics #1'' (complete with his original shield), Bucky Cap, and the Space Suit from ''[[WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes Earth's Mightiest Heroes]]''. The Punisher Cap returns with a U.S. Agent-styled shield, as well. His DLC costume is his Secret Avengers outfit.

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* '''Captain America''' has the costume of his Soviet counterpart The Red Guardian, ComicBook/ThePunisher's Captain America outfit, and his alternate green color from previous ''Marvel vs. Capcom'' games as his alternate color schemes. For ''Ultimate'', he loses the Red Guardian and ''[=MvC=]'' schemes and gets color schemes based off his ''Age of X'' gear, his appearance in the [[UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler Hitler]]-punching cover of ''Captain America Comics #1'' (complete with his original shield), Bucky ComicBook/{{Bucky|Barnes}} Cap, and the Space Suit from ''[[WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes Earth's Mightiest Heroes]]''. The Punisher Cap returns with a U.S. Agent-styled shield, as well. His DLC costume is his Secret Avengers outfit.
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* '''Comicbook/IronFist''' has alternate color schemes based on his current White and Gold look, his evil doppelganger, New Exiles' Power Fist and two based on his enemy the Steel Serpent!]] His DLC costume is his ComicBook/{{Ultimate|Marvel}} look.

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* '''Comicbook/IronFist''' has alternate color schemes based on his current White and Gold look, his evil doppelganger, New Exiles' Power Fist and two based on his enemy the Steel Serpent!]] Serpent! His DLC costume is his ComicBook/{{Ultimate|Marvel}} look.



** Eric Loomis (his voice actor) voices him [[NoCelebritiesWereHarmed in the style of]] Creator/RobertDowneyJr, who played the starring role in the ''Film/IronMan'' films.

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** Eric Loomis (his His voice actor) actor Creator/EricLoomis voices him [[NoCelebritiesWereHarmed in the style of]] Creator/RobertDowneyJr, who played the starring role in the ''Film/IronMan'' films.
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* In '''Dan's''' ending, he is threatening to kill a defeated Akuma when a brunette-ponytailed girl shows up and tells him to stop, revealing that Akuma is their... cut to "END." This references the ending of ''VideoGame/ArtOfFighting'', in which Yuri shows up to tell Ryo or Robert that Mr. Karate is really Takuma Sakazaki, their master and Ryo and Yuri's father. Dan was originally designed as a parody of that game's main characters.

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* In '''Dan's''' '''Dan'''[='=]s ending, he is threatening to kill a defeated Akuma when a brunette-ponytailed girl shows up and tells him to stop, revealing that Akuma is their... cut to "END." This references the ending of ''VideoGame/ArtOfFighting'', in which Yuri shows up to tell Ryo or Robert that Mr. Karate is really Takuma Sakazaki, their master and Ryo and Yuri's father. Dan was originally designed as a parody of that game's main characters.



* One of '''[[Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk Hulk]]''''s win quotes is a nod to the iconic CatchPhrase from his old [[Series/TheIncredibleHulk TV show]]:

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* One of '''[[Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk Hulk]]''''s Hulk]]'''[='=]s win quotes is a nod to the iconic CatchPhrase from his old [[Series/TheIncredibleHulk TV show]]:



* '''Omega Red's''' ending features a reference to [[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure Dio Brando's]] [[Memes/JoJosBizarreAdventure infamous]] [[ButForMeItWasTuesday "Do you remember how many breads have you eaten in your life?"]] line from ''[[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventurePhantomBlood Phantom Blood]]'' after [[spoiler:killing Ryu]]. Coincidentally, Creator/{{Capcom}} would go on to develop [[VideoGame/JoJosBizarreAdventureHeritageForTheFuture a video game adaptation]] of ''JJBA'' the following year (albeit one based on [[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventureStardustCrusaders Part 3]]).

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* '''Omega Red's''' Red'''[='=]s ending features a reference to [[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure Dio Brando's]] [[Memes/JoJosBizarreAdventure infamous]] [[ButForMeItWasTuesday "Do you remember how many breads have you eaten in your life?"]] line from ''[[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventurePhantomBlood Phantom Blood]]'' after [[spoiler:killing Ryu]]. Coincidentally, Creator/{{Capcom}} would go on to develop [[VideoGame/JoJosBizarreAdventureHeritageForTheFuture a video game adaptation]] of ''JJBA'' the following year (albeit one based on [[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventureStardustCrusaders Part 3]]).



* '''Dhalsim''''s alternate palette is a reference to [[VideoGame/StreetFighterIII Necro]].

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* '''Dhalsim''''s '''Dhalsim'''[='=]s alternate palette is a reference to [[VideoGame/StreetFighterIII Necro]].



* '''VideoGame/CaptainCommando''' and '''VideoGame/{{Strider}} Hiryu''''s endings are almost straight copies of the endings from their respective games.

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* '''VideoGame/CaptainCommando''' and '''VideoGame/{{Strider}} Hiryu''''s Hiryu'''[='=]s endings are almost straight copies of the endings from their respective games.



** '''Mega Man''' and '''Roll''''s respective "Hyper (character)" moves have them turning into [[Anime/MazingerZ Mazinger Z and Aphrodite A]].

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** '''Mega Man''' and '''Roll''''s '''Roll'''[='=]s respective "Hyper (character)" moves have them turning into [[Anime/MazingerZ Mazinger Z and Aphrodite A]].



* '''Hulk''''s ending [[spoiler:with Captain America's HeroicSacrifice]] is a nod to the end of the ''Comicbook/{{Onslaught}}'' saga in the comics.

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* '''Hulk''''s '''Hulk'''[='=]s ending [[spoiler:with Captain America's HeroicSacrifice]] is a nod to the end of the ''Comicbook/{{Onslaught}}'' saga in the comics.



* The palette-swap secret versions of Marvel characters are references to other Marvel characters, whose names were off-limits to this game. Orange Hulk is a reference to [[ComicBook/FantasticFour The Thing]], Red Venom, with his speed and long combos, is this game's version of Carnage from the Spider-Man comics, while Gold War Machine is a take on Iron Man's Golden Avenger costume.

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* The palette-swap secret versions of Marvel characters are references to other Marvel characters, whose names were off-limits to this game. Orange Hulk is a reference to [[ComicBook/FantasticFour The Thing]], Red Venom, with his speed and long combos, is this game's version of Carnage from the Spider-Man comics, ComicBook/{{Carnage}}, while Gold War Machine is a take on Iron Man's Golden Avenger costume.



* '''[[VideoGame/StarGladiator Hayato]]''''s Plasma auto-combos are taken unaltered from the first ''Star Gladiator'', adapted into this game's control scheme (Vertical is LP, Horizontal is HP and Kick is either LK or HK).

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* '''[[VideoGame/StarGladiator Hayato]]''''s Hayato]]'''[='=]s Plasma auto-combos are taken unaltered from the first ''Star Gladiator'', adapted into this game's control scheme (Vertical is LP, Horizontal is HP and Kick is either LK or HK).



** Like her grandfather, Sonson is based off of ''Literature/JourneyToTheWest''[='s=] Sun Wukong/Son Goku (although she is more closely linked to the original tale than her grandfather was in his game, as seen by her specials and Hypers).

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** Like her grandfather, Sonson is [[MonkeyKingLite based off of on]] ''Literature/JourneyToTheWest''[='s=] Sun Wukong/Son Goku (although she is more closely linked to the original tale than her grandfather was in his game, as seen by her specials and Hypers).



** He also says "That's right, the third chapter," as a nod to ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIII: Third Strike'''s [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ByBzpvusHe8 main theme.]]

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** He also says "That's right, the third chapter," as a nod to ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIII: Third Strike'''s Strike''[='=]s [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ByBzpvusHe8 main theme.]]
21st Sep '17 5:20:53 PM OnoderaTearer
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* '''Comicbook/GhostRider''''s alternative schemes are Ultimate Vengeance, Noble Kale, Danny Ketch, Phantom Rider, and his F4 costume from]] ComicBook/MiniMarvels. His DLC alt is Comicbook/GhostRider2099.

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* '''Comicbook/GhostRider''''s alternative schemes are Ultimate Vengeance, Noble Kale, Danny Ketch, Phantom Rider, and his F4 costume from]] ComicBook/MiniMarvels.from ''ComicBook/MiniMarvels''. His DLC alt is Comicbook/GhostRider2099.



** His ending has him form and lead the New West Coast Avengers, consisting of several Marvel and Capcom characters like [[VideoGame/StarGladiator June]], [[VideoGame/BreathOfFireIII Rei]], [[VideoGame/RedEarth Leo]] [[VideoGame/{{Cyberbots}} Jin Saotome]], War Machine, [[VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}} Rikuo]], Tigra, Mockingbird, Moon Knight and Wonder Man.

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** His ending has him form and lead the New West Coast Avengers, consisting of several Marvel and Capcom characters like [[VideoGame/StarGladiator June]], [[VideoGame/BreathOfFireIII Rei]], [[VideoGame/RedEarth Leo]] [[VideoGame/{{Cyberbots}} Jin Saotome]], War Machine, [[VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}} Rikuo]], Tigra, Mockingbird, Moon Knight ComicBook/MoonKnight and Wonder Man.



** After beating Iron Man, she refers to the events of the 90s ''Contest of Champions'', where she lost her match-up against him.

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** After beating Iron Man, she refers to the events of the 90s ''Contest of Champions'', ''ComicBook/ContestOfChampions'', where she lost her match-up against him.



** Spidey's alternate color schemes are the ''Big Time'' costume ([[EarlyBirdCameo which he hadn't yet worn in the comics when it was revealed]]), the Venom Symbiote, and the Iron Spider costume (minus the extra arms, of course). For ''Ultimate'', he has the green ''Big Time'' scheme replaced by the [[http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6013/5967679689_bc31565c77_z.jpg red]] ''Big Time'' costume and gets two schemes based off his [[ComicBook/FantasticFour Future Foundation]] costume and the ''Spider-Armor''. His DLC costume is Ben Reilly, the Comicbook/ScarletSpider.

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** Spidey's alternate color schemes are the ''Big Time'' costume ([[EarlyBirdCameo which he hadn't yet worn in the comics when it was revealed]]), the Venom Symbiote, and the Iron Spider costume (minus the extra arms, of course). For ''Ultimate'', he has the green ''Big Time'' scheme replaced by the [[http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6013/5967679689_bc31565c77_z.jpg red]] ''Big Time'' costume and gets two schemes based off his [[ComicBook/FantasticFour [[ComicBook/{{FF}} Future Foundation]] costume and the ''Spider-Armor''. His DLC costume is Ben Reilly, the Comicbook/ScarletSpider.



** One of his opening lines ("You are the ass-kickee. I am the ass-kickER!") was taken directly from a mid-2000's issue of Moon Knight in which Taskmaster delivers the same line to the title character.

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** One of his opening lines ("You are the ass-kickee. I am the ass-kickER!") was taken directly from a mid-2000's issue of Moon Knight ''Moon Knight'' in which Taskmaster delivers the same line to the title character.



** His Level 3 Hyper is called Lost in Nightmares (a [[DownloadableContent DLC]] mission set before the events of the game; the Spencer Mansion incident with Wesker, as seen in {{flashback}}s throughout ''[=RE5=]''). The final attack in that Hyper (where he throws a rocket at the opponent) is based off of the second fight with him in ''5'', where Wesker would occasionally grab rockets and hurl them at Chris and Sheva once things started to heat up. His medium (Panther Fang), crouching heavy (an unnamed reverse sweep), and launcher attacks (Tiger Uppercut) are taken straight from his melee attacks in ''Resident Evil 5'', with his standing heavy being a butterfly kick he sometimes uses to dodge the player's gunfire. The Cobra Strike and Ghost Butterfly specials also reference this (though the former originated in The Mercenaries from ''[=RE4=]'', simply known there as "Thrust Punch"), as do his front/back throw and command grab (respectively Windfall and Mustang Kick, the first of which was his Chikyo Chagi in ''[=RE4=]'').

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** His Level 3 Hyper is called Lost in Nightmares (a ''Resident Evil 5'' [[DownloadableContent DLC]] mission set before the events of the game; the Spencer Mansion incident with Wesker, as seen in {{flashback}}s throughout ''[=RE5=]''). The final attack in that Hyper (where he throws a rocket at the opponent) is based off of the second fight with him in ''5'', where Wesker would occasionally grab rockets and hurl them at Chris and Sheva once things started to heat up. His medium (Panther Fang), crouching heavy (an unnamed reverse sweep), and launcher attacks (Tiger Uppercut) are taken straight from his melee attacks in ''Resident Evil 5'', with his standing heavy being a butterfly kick he sometimes uses to dodge the player's gunfire. The Cobra Strike and Ghost Butterfly specials also reference this (though the former originated in The Mercenaries from ''[=RE4=]'', simply known there as "Thrust Punch"), as do his front/back throw and command grab (respectively Windfall and Mustang Kick, the first of which was his Chikyo Chagi in ''[=RE4=]'').



* '''Wolverine''''s alternate color schemes are his brown-and-orange X-Men outfit (except it's not the John Byrne design, obviously), his X-Force outfit, and a variant of his ''Age of Apocalypse'' outfit. ''Ultimate'' [[http://fans.marvel.com/marvel_interactive/blog/2011/09/09/magneto_and_wolverine_alternates_in_ultimate_marvel_vs._capcom_3 color schemes]] include ''Evil Wolverine'' from the Capcom SNES game ''VideoGame/MarvelSuperHeroesWarOfTheGems'' and his ''Wolverine: Enemy of the State'' look. His DLC costume is his Weapon X appearance.

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* '''Wolverine''''s '''Wolverine'''[='=]s alternate color schemes are his brown-and-orange X-Men outfit (except it's not the John Byrne design, obviously), his X-Force outfit, and a variant of his ''Age of Apocalypse'' outfit. ''Ultimate'' [[http://fans.marvel.com/marvel_interactive/blog/2011/09/09/magneto_and_wolverine_alternates_in_ultimate_marvel_vs._capcom_3 color schemes]] include ''Evil Wolverine'' from the Capcom SNES game ''VideoGame/MarvelSuperHeroesWarOfTheGems'' and his ''Wolverine: Enemy of the State'' look. His DLC costume is his Weapon X appearance.



* One of '''X-23''''s attacks makes her a good replacement for [[VideoGame/StreetFighterII Cammy]].

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* One of '''X-23''''s '''X-23'''[='=]s attacks makes her a good replacement for [[VideoGame/StreetFighterII Cammy]].
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* In the end of his Level 3 Hyper, '''[[Comicbook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy Rocket Raccoon]]''' says [[Film/ApocalypseNow "I love the smell of Napalm in the morning."]] Said Hyper is named Rocky Raccoon, after the [[Music/TheBeatles Beatles]] song that inspired the character's creation.

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* In the end of his Level 3 Hyper, '''[[Comicbook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy Rocket Raccoon]]''' says [[Film/ApocalypseNow "I love the smell of Napalm in the morning."]] Said Hyper is named Rocky Raccoon, after the [[Music/TheBeatles Beatles]] song [[Music/TheWhiteAlbum song]] that inspired the character's creation.



** His victory quote, "Never doubt a raccoon," is a direct quote from ''War of Kings'' which Rocket Raccoon said after knocking out Gladiator.

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** His victory quote, "Never doubt a raccoon," is a direct quote from ''War of Kings'' ''ComicBook/WarOfKings'' which Rocket Raccoon said after knocking out Gladiator.
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** His alternative schemes are his retro blue costume, his look from ''War of the Gems'', his ''Doctor Strange'' featured film colors and ''Doctor Strange 1602'' look. His DLC costume is his blue costume (the Necromancer) from 1969.

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** His alternative schemes are his retro blue costume, his look from ''War of the Gems'', his ''Doctor Strange'' featured animated film colors and ''Doctor ''[[ComicBook/{{Marvel 1602}} Doctor Strange 1602'' 1602]]'' look. His DLC costume is his blue costume (the Necromancer) from 1969.
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--> "''If you can't handle Loki, I will.''"

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--> "''If you can't handle Loki, ComicBook/{{Loki}}, I will.''"



** One of his victory quotes references [[ComicBook/YoungAvengers his ward]] (whatever he thinks that word means) with [[VitriolicBestBuds the]] [[DeadpanSnarker same]] [[AwesomeEgo attitude]] they both use with each other.
--> "''Kate Bishop's a good Hawkeye, but there's no substitute for the original.''"

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** One of his victory quotes references [[ComicBook/YoungAvengers his ward]] ward (whatever he thinks that word means) with [[VitriolicBestBuds the]] [[DeadpanSnarker same]] [[AwesomeEgo attitude]] they both use with each other.
--> "''Kate Bishop's "''ComicBook/KateBishop's a good Hawkeye, but there's no substitute for the original.''"
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** X's alternate color schemes are his color schemes when using [[VideoGame/MegaManX1 Boomerang Cutter]], [[VideoGame/MegaManX4 Rising Fire]] or [[VideoGame/MegaManX2 Sonic Slicer]] - all weapons part of his moveset here - in their original games. This too harkens back to Mega Man's ''Smash Bros.'' appearance, where his color schemes were exclusively those of weapons that are part of his ''Smash Bros.'' moveset.

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** X's alternate color schemes for his default costume are his color schemes when using [[VideoGame/MegaManX1 Boomerang Cutter]], [[VideoGame/MegaManX4 Rising Fire]] or [[VideoGame/MegaManX2 Sonic Slicer]] - all weapons part of his moveset here - in their original games. This too harkens back to Mega Man's ''Smash Bros.'' appearance, where his color schemes were exclusively those of weapons that are part of his ''Smash Bros.'' moveset.



** She notes the Dah'ren Mohran, turned Maverick by Sigma Virus infection, as being "in a frenzy," a nod to the Frenzy Virus, a virus in the world of ''Monster Hunter'' that turns monsters irrationally violent not unlike what the Sigma Virus does to Reploids.



** All of Ryu's alternate color schemes hail from past iterations of ''Street Fighter II''.

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** All of Ryu's alternate color schemes for his default costume hail from past iterations of ''Street Fighter II''.
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