History ShoutOut / CapcomVsWhatever

3rd Apr '16 7:26:57 PM AndyLA
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* In '''Ken'''[='=]s ending, Terry says "Until we meet again" before he leaves, and Ken wonders about how that sounds familiar. This is because these were the same parting words he and Ryu exchanged in ''Anime/StreetFighterIITheAnimatedMovie''.
23rd Mar '16 10:18:03 PM AzureKnightmare
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* '''Guile''' and '''Abel''' make a reference to a [[Film/StreetFighterTheLegendOfChunLi certain live-action movie]] in their arcade mode dialogue.
--> '''Guile:''' "It won't be easy. Bison's sneaky enough that he can walk through raindrops."
--> '''Abel:''' "Ah, I see. Actually... no, I don't. Walks through the raindrops? What does that even mean?"
19th Mar '16 12:51:01 AM X2X
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* The intro of ''Ultimate All-Stars'' features a clip of Ryu switching to Soki when using a Delayed Hyper Cancellation. When this occurs, there's a picture of half of Ryu's face joining with half of Soki's face in the middle of the screen, both staring at you. This is a call back to a special Variable Combination you could use in ''[[VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcomClashOfSuperHeroes Marvel vs. Capcom]]'' known as the Duo Team Attack where you briefly controlled both characters and could infinitely use their Hypers for a set period of time. Everything is the same, right down to the "face-merger." As a footnote, the background for Hyper Combos in ''[=TvC=]'' has a strong resemblance to the one used in ''[=MvC1=]''.

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* The intro of ''Ultimate All-Stars'' features a clip of Ryu switching to Soki when using a Delayed Hyper Cancellation. When this occurs, there's a picture JuxtaposedHalvesShot of half of Ryu's face joining with half of Ryu and Soki's face in the middle of the screen, both staring at you.faces. This is a call back to a special Variable Combination you could use in ''[[VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcomClashOfSuperHeroes Marvel vs. Capcom]]'' known as the Duo Team Attack where you briefly controlled both characters and could infinitely use their Hypers for a set period of time. Everything is the same, right down to the "face-merger." As a footnote, the background for Hyper Combos in ''[=TvC=]'' has a strong resemblance to the one used in ''[=MvC1=]''.
18th Mar '16 4:34:27 PM X2X
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* '''Ibuki''' and '''Rolento''' being partners may have something to do with Ibuki's incarnation in ''Pocket Fighter/Super Gem Fighter''. In said game, the fighters dressed differently for each special attack, often dressed as other Capcom characters; Ibuki dressed as Rolento for her aerial Kunai attack and aerial Super, the same way Rolento is known for throwing grenades in mid-air since ''Final Fight''. Also, on the English voice setting, Ibuki's Pandora activation quote is [[VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3 "I can't control it!"]]

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* '''Ibuki''' and '''Rolento''' being partners may have something to do with Ibuki's incarnation in ''Pocket Fighter/Super Gem Fighter''. In said game, the fighters dressed differently for each special attack, often dressed as other Capcom characters; Ibuki dressed as Rolento for her aerial Kunai attack and aerial Kasumi Suzaku Super, the same way Rolento is known for throwing grenades in mid-air since ''Final Fight''. Also, on the English voice setting, Ibuki's Pandora activation quote is [[VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3 "I can't control it!"]]



* In '''Bryan''' and '''JACK-X''''s rival dialogue, JACK-X scans Guy and Cody and states that their {{Power Level|s}} is "[[ReadingsAreOffTheScale over nine thousand]]", a reference to [[Anime/DragonBallZ a popular Internet meme]].

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* In '''Bryan''' and '''JACK-X''''s rival dialogue, JACK-X scans Guy and Cody and states that their {{Power Level|s}} is "[[ReadingsAreOffTheScale over nine thousand]]", thousand]]," a reference to [[Anime/DragonBallZ a popular Internet meme]].



** Cross Assault itself is a homage to ''Marvel vs. Capcom''[='s=] Duo Team Attack and ''VideoGame/{{Street Fighter EX}}3''[='s=] Critical Parade, although Cross Assault only allows for the player to control both character for a short period of time, not an infinite use of supers.

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** Cross Assault itself is a homage to ''Marvel vs. Capcom''[='s=] Duo Team Attack and ''VideoGame/{{Street Fighter EX}}3''[='s=] Critical Parade, although Cross Assault only allows for the player to control both character for a short period of time, not an infinite use of supers.Supers.



* Lazarus to [[VideoGame/AgarestSenki Winfield]] right down to his [[VoiceActors Japanese voice actor]], his hot springs peeking tendencies, his weapon of choice, ''and his level up quote''.

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* Lazarus to [[VideoGame/AgarestSenki Winfield]] right down to his [[VoiceActors Japanese voice actor]], actor (Masayuki Kato), his hot springs peeking tendencies, his weapon of choice, ''and his level up quote''.
2nd Mar '16 4:28:18 PM Luigifan
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* In one stage (Death Valley), you can spot Blanka in the background. But when you play as Charlie on that stage, Blanka is replaced by Beast. Considering that the game was released before ''Street Fighter Alpha 3'', [[Film/StreetFighter there're only two explicit reasons for]] [[WesternAnimation/StreetFighter why Blanka would be absent whenever Charlie is present]].
** Another one to the first movie and the series can be seen in the AttractMode, where Juggernaut and Zangief are paired in several matches. At first you won't get the clue, but then you remember that Zangief was portrayed in the American media as [[DirtyCommunist evil]].

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* In one stage (Death Valley), you can spot Blanka in the background. But when you play as Charlie on that stage, Blanka is replaced by Beast. Considering that the game was released before ''Street Fighter Alpha 3'', [[Film/StreetFighter there're there are only two explicit reasons for]] [[WesternAnimation/StreetFighter why Blanka would be absent whenever Charlie is present]].
** Another one to the first movie and the series can be seen in the AttractMode, where Juggernaut and Zangief are paired in several matches. At first you won't get the clue, but then you remember that Zangief was portrayed in the American media as [[DirtyCommunist [[DirtyCommunists evil]].



* One of Ryu's winquote references ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'''s subtitle:

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* One of Ryu's winquote win quotes references ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'''s subtitle:



* '''[[VideoGame/ResidentEvil1 Jill]]''' gets to use several weapons from her source game, including her combat knife, handgun, grenade launcher and even the endgame missile launcher.
** Several of the game's iconic items are also seen during her intro or win poses, including the ink ribbon, small key and broken radio.

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* '''[[VideoGame/ResidentEvil1 Jill]]''' gets to use several weapons from her source game, including her combat knife, handgun, grenade launcher launcher, and even the endgame missile launcher.
** Several of the game's iconic items are also seen during her intro or win poses, including the ink ribbon, small key key, and broken radio.



* Several objects and techniques used by '''[[OriginalGeneration Sonson]]''' are references to her grandfather's origin game, ''[=SonSon=]''. The "POW" Hyper is modeled after an item that turned enemies on-screen into fruit (and in this game, it turns the enemy in one of 3 possible fruits seen in the game). She also gives off a peach as an Assist, which is another item in the original game.

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* Several objects and techniques used by '''[[OriginalGeneration Sonson]]''' are references to her grandfather's origin game, ''[=SonSon=]''. The "POW" Hyper is modeled after an item that turned enemies on-screen into fruit (and in this game, it turns the enemy in into one of 3 possible fruits seen in the game). She also gives off a peach as an Assist, which is another item in the original game.



** Many others are also shouts out or mythology gags; The "Ultimate Nullifier", after a famous weapon from Marvel comics, "Excelsior!" is Creator/StanLee's CatchPhrase, "School for the Gifted" refers to the Xavier Academy, "Whose Side Are You On?" is the tagline to ''ComicBook/CivilWar''...

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** Many others are also shouts out shout outs or mythology gags; The "Ultimate Nullifier", after a famous weapon from Marvel comics, "Excelsior!" is Creator/StanLee's CatchPhrase, "School for the Gifted" refers to the Xavier Academy, "Whose Side Are You On?" is the tagline to ''ComicBook/CivilWar''...



* In ''Ultimate''[='s=] Heroes and Heralds mode, the cards have several Marvel/Capcom characters either playable in-game or the ones who haven't been in a crossover before. [[VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}} Sasquatch]] has been spotted on cards so far, as well as ComicBook/{{Daken}}, [[ComicBook/{{Venom}} Anti-Venom]], ComicBook/RedSkull, ComicBook/TheWasp, [[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk Abomination]], VideoGame/MegaManX and [[Franchise/AceAttorney Godot]]. A full list of cards can be seen [[http://www.capcom-unity.com/marvelvscapcom/go/thread/view/102977/28773325/Heroes__Heralds_Ability_Card_list?pg=1 here.]]
* On the Bonne Wonderland stage, during the first team's introduction poses a bar or so of "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen" can be heard in the background.

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* In ''Ultimate''[='s=] Heroes and Heralds mode, the cards have several Marvel/Capcom characters either playable in-game or the ones who haven't been in a crossover before. [[VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}} Sasquatch]] has been spotted on cards so far, as well as ComicBook/{{Daken}}, [[ComicBook/{{Venom}} Anti-Venom]], ComicBook/RedSkull, ComicBook/TheWasp, [[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk Abomination]], VideoGame/MegaManX VideoGame/MegaManX, and [[Franchise/AceAttorney Godot]]. A full list of cards can be seen [[http://www.capcom-unity.com/marvelvscapcom/go/thread/view/102977/28773325/Heroes__Heralds_Ability_Card_list?pg=1 here.]]
* On the Bonne Wonderland stage, during the first team's introduction poses poses, a bar or so of "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen" can be heard in the background.
16th Feb '16 6:59:41 PM GiantJumboJellyfish
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* ''Millenium Fight 2000'' has an ''accidental'' one. Apparently, while downloading material from Napster the composer got a track from the Jovem Pan Brazillian radio which had an advertising for the Kaiser beer in the middle. The dude had ''no idea'' what it was about, but decided it would fit in the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CibyZ8OPtBg Gallery theme,]] creating one of the most bizarre moments ever heard in a video game menu. And later the phrase showed up in ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LqlgAFhy9s0 DJ Max Portable 3]]'' as well!
-->''"Kaiser: uma grande cerveja. A cerveja dos momentos felizes."''[[labelnote:Translation]]Kaiser, a great beer. The beer of the happy moments.[[/labelnote]]

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* ''Millenium Fight 2000'' has an ''accidental'' one. Apparently, while downloading material from Napster the composer got a track from the a by Brazil's Jovem Pan Brazillian radio which had an advertising advertisement for the Kaiser beer dropped in the middle. at one point. The dude composer had ''no idea'' what it was about, but decided it would fit in the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CibyZ8OPtBg Gallery theme,]] creating one of the most bizarre moments ever heard in a video game menu. And later the phrase showed up in ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LqlgAFhy9s0 DJ Max Portable 3]]'' as well!
-->''"Kaiser: uma grande cerveja. A cerveja dos momentos felizes."''[[labelnote:Translation]]Kaiser, a great beer. The beer of the happy moments.[[/labelnote]]
12th Feb '16 7:49:07 AM N8han11
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* '''Amaterasu''''s alternate color schemes are based on three of Princess Fuse's Canine Warriors (Chu [Hayabusa], Gi, and Jin). For ''Ultimate'', she gets [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week3/image-feature/index.html a color scheme]] based off an statue of herself found in Kamiki Village (which can be used as a skin in ''Okami'', too). Her DLC costume is based on [[VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}} Jon Talbain]].

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* '''Amaterasu''''s alternate color schemes are based on three of Princess Fuse's Canine Warriors (Chu [Hayabusa], Gi, and Jin). For ''Ultimate'', she gets [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week3/image-feature/index.html a color scheme]] scheme based off an statue of herself found in Kamiki Village (which can be used as a skin in ''Okami'', too). Her DLC costume is based on [[VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}} Jon Talbain]].



* '''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 [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week9/ 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 [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week9/ color schemes]] 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.



* '''Chris Redfield''' has alternate color schemes based on his safari/"zebra" suit in ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil5'', the series' blue RPD outfit as used by Leon and Jill, and Cody from ''VideoGame/FinalFight''. For ''Ultimate'', he gets [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week9/ color schemes]] based off his ''[=RE5=]'' black suit seen in ads and [[VideoGame/DeadRising2 Chuck Greene]]. His DLC costume is his appearance in [[VideoGame/ResidentEvil1 the first game]].

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* '''Chris Redfield''' has alternate color schemes based on his safari/"zebra" suit in ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil5'', the series' blue RPD outfit as used by Leon and Jill, and Cody from ''VideoGame/FinalFight''. For ''Ultimate'', he gets [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week9/ color schemes]] schemes based off his ''[=RE5=]'' black suit seen in ads and [[VideoGame/DeadRising2 Chuck Greene]]. His DLC costume is his appearance in [[VideoGame/ResidentEvil1 the first game]].



** His color schemes are his ''Days of Future Now'' outfit, his X-Force outfit and his Weapon-X outfit. ''Ultimate'' [[http://uk.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week7/image-feature/index.html?image=1 color schemes]] includes his [[http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6004/5968234764_11ee24deed_z.jpg "Death Wish"]]/"Identity Wars" outfit and ''X-Men'' costume. His DLC outfit is his "Cablepool" [[http://s3.amazonaws.com/data.tumblr.com/tumblr_lo6nqmBHgg1qdwygho1_1280.jpg?AWSAccessKeyId=AKIAJ6IHWSU3BX3X7X3Q&Expires=1321385633&Signature=%2Bn9kwMYY%2Ft76AHgz87GdwtLhDYI%3D appearance.]]

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** His color schemes are his ''Days of Future Now'' outfit, his X-Force outfit and his Weapon-X outfit. ''Ultimate'' [[http://uk.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week7/image-feature/index.html?image=1 color schemes]] schemes includes his [[http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6004/5968234764_11ee24deed_z.jpg "Death Wish"]]/"Identity Wars" outfit and ''X-Men'' costume. His DLC outfit is his "Cablepool" [[http://s3.amazonaws.com/data.tumblr.com/tumblr_lo6nqmBHgg1qdwygho1_1280.jpg?AWSAccessKeyId=AKIAJ6IHWSU3BX3X7X3Q&Expires=1321385633&Signature=%2Bn9kwMYY%2Ft76AHgz87GdwtLhDYI%3D appearance.]]



* '''Doctor Doom''' [[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 ''{{Marvel 2099}}'' version and one based on his ''Old Man Logan'' appearance. For ''Ultimate'', he loses his white/blue ''2099'' scheme and gets [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week6/image-feature/index.html?image=1 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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* '''Doctor Doom''' [[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 ''{{Marvel 2099}}'' version and one based on his ''Old Man Logan'' appearance. For ''Ultimate'', he loses his white/blue ''2099'' scheme and gets [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week6/image-feature/index.html?image=1 color schemes]] 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.



** His [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-breakdown/image-feature/index.html 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 [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-breakdown/image-feature/index.html alternative schemes]] 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.



** His schemes are based on different colorations from past comic appearances. For ''Ultimate'', he gets [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-breakdown/image-feature/index.html 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 [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-breakdown/image-feature/index.html different color schemes]] schemes based off the ''New Exiles'' Black Baron Dormammu, and Comicbook/{{Nextwave}}'s Dread Rorkannu. His DLC costume is his classic appearance.



* Some of '''Firebrand''''s [[http://asia.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-breakdown/image-feature/index.html?image=25 color alts]] reference Capcom's logo, Blackheart, and his green color schemes 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 [[http://asia.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-breakdown/image-feature/index.html?image=25 color alts]] '''Firebrand''''s alts reference Capcom's logo, Blackheart, and his green color schemes scheme references the cover of Gargoyle's quest and the Green Goblin. His DLC costume is the Red Arremer King from ''Ghouls 'N Ghosts''.



* '''Ghost Rider''''s alternative schemes are [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week2/image-feature/index.html 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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* '''Ghost Rider''''s alternative schemes are [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week2/image-feature/index.html Ultimate Vengeance, Noble Kale, Danny Ketch, Phantom Rider, and his F4 costume from]] ComicBook/MiniMarvels. His DLC alt is Comicbook/GhostRider2099.



* '''Hawkeye''''s [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-breakdown/image-feature/index.html 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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* '''Hawkeye''''s [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-breakdown/image-feature/index.html alternative schemes]] 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.



* '''Iron Fist''' has alternate color schemes based on [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week4/image-feature/index.html?image=2 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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* '''Iron Fist''' has alternate color schemes based on [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week4/image-feature/index.html?image=2 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.



* '''Morrigan''' has alternate color schemes based off her original 2P alt. (Blonde!Morrigan) plus 2 originals. For ''Ultimate'', she gets [[http://uk.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week7/image-feature/index.html?image=1 color schemes]] based off [[VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}} Lilith]] and her ''Vampire Savior'' all Kick white/black color scheme. Her ''Ultimate'' pre-order DLC costume is one of the costumes she changes into in several of her win poses in her source series (white shirt and red pants).

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* '''Morrigan''' has alternate color schemes based off her original 2P alt. (Blonde!Morrigan) plus 2 originals. For ''Ultimate'', she gets [[http://uk.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week7/image-feature/index.html?image=1 color schemes]] schemes based off [[VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}} Lilith]] and her ''Vampire Savior'' all Kick white/black color scheme. Her ''Ultimate'' pre-order DLC costume is one of the costumes she changes into in several of her win poses in her source series (white shirt and red pants).



* '''Nemesis''' has [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-breakdown/image-feature/index.html alternate color schemes]] based off an [[VideoGame/ResidentEvil5 Exterminator Manjini]], ComicBook/ManThing and the series' regular [[Franchise/ResidentEvil police zombie]]. His DLC costume is his coatless appearance/2nd form.

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* '''Nemesis''' has [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-breakdown/image-feature/index.html alternate color schemes]] schemes based off an [[VideoGame/ResidentEvil5 Exterminator Manjini]], ComicBook/ManThing and the series' regular [[Franchise/ResidentEvil police zombie]]. His DLC costume is his coatless appearance/2nd form.



** He has the [[Franchise/KamenRider Rider Kick]] as one as his moves. And while it's probably just a coincidence, his [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week8/image-feature/index.html?image=5 Marvel Knights costume]] has [[http://images3.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20110901010317/kamenrider/images/a/aa/Kamen_rider_Kuuga_Ultimate_form.jpg an eerie resemblance]] to [[Series/KamenRiderKuuga Ultimate Kuuga]].
** Nova's [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week8/image-feature/index.html alternate colors]] are based off of two of his '90s ''ComicBook/NewWarriors'' looks, one based off his look from ''Millennial Visions: Marvel Knights'', ComicBook/{{Quasar}}, and Nova 00. Nova's DLC costume is directly based on Sam Alexander's Nova costume from ''WesternAnimation/{{Ultimate Spider-Man}}''.

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** He has the [[Franchise/KamenRider Rider Kick]] as one as his moves. And while it's probably just a coincidence, his [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week8/image-feature/index.html?image=5 Marvel Knights costume]] costume has [[http://images3.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20110901010317/kamenrider/images/a/aa/Kamen_rider_Kuuga_Ultimate_form.jpg an eerie resemblance]] to [[Series/KamenRiderKuuga Ultimate Kuuga]].
** Nova's [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week8/image-feature/index.html alternate colors]] colors are based off of two of his '90s ''ComicBook/NewWarriors'' looks, one based off his look from ''Millennial Visions: Marvel Knights'', ComicBook/{{Quasar}}, and Nova 00. Nova's DLC costume is directly based on Sam Alexander's Nova costume from ''WesternAnimation/{{Ultimate Spider-Man}}''.



* All of '''Ryu''''s alternate color schemes are based on alternate colors from past ''Street Fighter'' games; one of these schemes is an [[SuperpoweredEvilSide Evil Ryu]] variant. In ''Ultimate'', [[http://asia.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week10/image-feature/index.html?image=12 he also gets an alt.]] based off of his rival, Ken. His DLC costume is that of his appearance in [[VideoGame/StreetFighterO the original game]].

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* All of '''Ryu''''s alternate color schemes are based on alternate colors from past ''Street Fighter'' games; one of these schemes is an [[SuperpoweredEvilSide Evil Ryu]] variant. In ''Ultimate'', [[http://asia.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week10/image-feature/index.html?image=12 he also gets an alt.]] alt based off of his rival, Ken. His DLC costume is that of his appearance in [[VideoGame/StreetFighterO the original game]].



* '''Sentinel''''s alternate color schemes are the infamous "Mango Sentinel" scheme from ''Marvel vs. Capcom 2'', which was featured in the aforementioned '''''MAHVEL, BAYBEE!''''' video; [[http://fans.marvel.com/marvel_interactive/blog/2011/02/09/marvel_vs._capcom_3:_the_final_9_marvel_alternates plus schemes based off]] the ''Second Coming'' sentinels and the sentinels from the game ''VideoGame/XMenMutantApocalypse''. ''Ultimate'' [[http://asia.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week10/image-feature/index.html?image=2 gives him new schemes]] based off of Nimrod and the turquoise/grey Sentinel Mk V. His ''Ultimate'' pre-order DLC costume is based off of the magenta/purple Sentinel Mk VI.

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* '''Sentinel''''s alternate color schemes are the infamous "Mango Sentinel" scheme from ''Marvel vs. Capcom 2'', which was featured in the aforementioned '''''MAHVEL, BAYBEE!''''' video; [[http://fans.marvel.com/marvel_interactive/blog/2011/02/09/marvel_vs._capcom_3:_the_final_9_marvel_alternates plus schemes based off]] the ''Second Coming'' sentinels and the sentinels from the game ''VideoGame/XMenMutantApocalypse''. ''Ultimate'' [[http://asia.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week10/image-feature/index.html?image=2 gives him new schemes]] schemes based off of Nimrod and the turquoise/grey Sentinel Mk V. His ''Ultimate'' pre-order DLC costume is based off of the magenta/purple Sentinel Mk VI.



** She has an alternate color scheme that makes her Lyra (the ''other'' She-Hulk) from the Frightful Four, a scheme that makes her [[ComicBook/BettyRoss Red She-Hulk]], and a scheme based on her ''Ultimate'' appearance (Red and Ultimate She-Hulk are both different versions of Betty Ross, the former in Earth-616, the mainstream Marvel universe). For ''Ultimate'', [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week5/image-feature/index.html?image=13 she gets a color scheme]] based off Lyra to replace the dropped "Frightful Four" Lyra color, and gets others based off her ''Fantastic Four'' uniform and Gray She-Hulk. Her DLC costume Is her lawyer clothes.

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** She has an alternate color scheme that makes her Lyra (the ''other'' She-Hulk) from the Frightful Four, a scheme that makes her [[ComicBook/BettyRoss Red She-Hulk]], and a scheme based on her ''Ultimate'' appearance (Red and Ultimate She-Hulk are both different versions of Betty Ross, the former in Earth-616, the mainstream Marvel universe). For ''Ultimate'', [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week5/image-feature/index.html?image=13 she gets a color scheme]] scheme based off Lyra to replace the dropped "Frightful Four" Lyra color, and gets others based off her ''Fantastic Four'' uniform and Gray She-Hulk. Her DLC costume Is her lawyer clothes.



** He has [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week2/image-feature/index.html?image=2 alternate color schemes]] based off [[VideoGame/RedEarth Kenji/Mukuro]], [[TheRival Strider Hien]] (from ''Strider 2''), [[VideoGame/StreetFighterIII Ibuki]], and [[VideoGame/FinalFight Guy]]. His ''Ultimate'' pre-order DLC costume is his lavender/scarf-less appearance from the arcade ''Strider''.

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** He has [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week2/image-feature/index.html?image=2 alternate color schemes]] schemes based off [[VideoGame/RedEarth Kenji/Mukuro]], [[TheRival Strider Hien]] (from ''Strider 2''), [[VideoGame/StreetFighterIII Ibuki]], and [[VideoGame/FinalFight Guy]]. His ''Ultimate'' pre-order DLC costume is his lavender/scarf-less appearance from the arcade ''Strider''.



* '''Thor''' has alternate color schemes based on [[http://fans.marvel.com/marvel_interactive/blog/2011/02/09/marvel_vs._capcom_3:_the_final_9_marvel_alternates Thor Girl and Beta Ray Bill.]] His DLC costume is his classic outfit. For ''Ultimate'', Thor loses both his Thor Girl colors and 4th generic scheme, and gains [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week3/image-feature/index.html schemes]] based off his armor (from ''Thor #378''), ''Heroes Reborn'', ''Ultimate'' Thor and his space suit from ''[[WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes Earth's Mightiest Heroes]]''.

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* '''Thor''' has alternate color schemes based on [[http://fans.marvel.com/marvel_interactive/blog/2011/02/09/marvel_vs._capcom_3:_the_final_9_marvel_alternates Thor Girl and Beta Ray Bill.]] His DLC costume is his classic outfit. For ''Ultimate'', Thor loses both his Thor Girl colors and 4th generic scheme, and gains [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week3/image-feature/index.html schemes]] schemes based off his armor (from ''Thor #378''), ''Heroes Reborn'', ''Ultimate'' Thor and his space suit from ''[[WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes Earth's Mightiest Heroes]]''.



* '''Trish''' has an alternate color scheme that gives her [[DarkSkinnedBlond a darker skin tone]], white hair, and [[WomanInWhite white clothes]] (meant to reference [[spoiler:her disguise as Order of the Sword member Gloria in ''Devil May Cry 4'']]), a scheme that gives her a blue outfit with blonde hair (based off [[VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha R. Mika]]), and a scheme based on [[RuleSixtyThree Dante's default outfit]]. For ''Ultimate'', she loses the white scheme for a Vergil alt. and [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week5/image-feature/index.html?image=13 gets]] the "Frigtful Four" orange (to go with Dante's) and a pink suit/black hair one which WordOfGod says gives off a [[VideoGame/StarGladiator June Lin Milliam]] vibe. Her DLC costume is [[spoiler:Gloria]].

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* '''Trish''' has an alternate color scheme that gives her [[DarkSkinnedBlond a darker skin tone]], white hair, and [[WomanInWhite white clothes]] (meant to reference [[spoiler:her disguise as Order of the Sword member Gloria in ''Devil May Cry 4'']]), a scheme that gives her a blue outfit with blonde hair (based off [[VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha R. Mika]]), and a scheme based on [[RuleSixtyThree Dante's default outfit]]. For ''Ultimate'', she loses the white scheme for a Vergil alt. and [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week5/image-feature/index.html?image=13 gets]] gets the "Frigtful "Frightful Four" orange (to go with Dante's) and a pink suit/black hair one which WordOfGod says gives off a [[VideoGame/StarGladiator June Lin Milliam]] vibe. Her DLC costume is [[spoiler:Gloria]].



* '''Tron Bonne''' has alternate color schemes that gives her blond hair and a red outfit (based off Roll Caskett), one of her old ''[=MvC2=]'' schemes, and a scheme that paints her mechsuit to resemble a Servbot while Tron herself resembles the Mayor of Kattlelox Island. For ''Ultimate'', the "Servbot-Gustaff" color is dropped and [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-breakdown/image-feature/index.html other schemes]] based off Teisel Bonne, Bon Bonne, and her ''VideoGame/NamcoXCapcom'' look are included. Her DLC costume has the Gustaff modeled after a Servbot, as opposed to merely sharing its color scheme.

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* '''Tron Bonne''' has alternate color schemes that gives her blond hair and a red outfit (based off Roll Caskett), one of her old ''[=MvC2=]'' schemes, and a scheme that paints her mechsuit to resemble a Servbot while Tron herself resembles the Mayor of Kattlelox Island. For ''Ultimate'', the "Servbot-Gustaff" color is dropped and [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-breakdown/image-feature/index.html other schemes]] schemes based off Teisel Bonne, Bon Bonne, and her ''VideoGame/NamcoXCapcom'' look are included. Her DLC costume has the Gustaff modeled after a Servbot, as opposed to merely sharing its color scheme.



** [[http://asia.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week4/image-feature/index.html?image=8 His alts.]] are based off of [[Franchise/DevilMayCry Nero]], [[VideoGame/RivalSchools Kyosuke Kagami]], "Vante" (the red-colored NPC version of Vergil he fought in ''[=DMC3=] Special Edition''), and [[VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}} Demitri]]. His DLC costume is based on his Corrupted form with the Sparda Devil Trigger from Dante's DLC, with WordOfGod stating that [[http://www.capcom-unity.com/brelston/blog/2011/12/06/ultimate_mvc3_costume_blog:_evil_twin_pack?pg=6 several difficulties]] such as different swords and movesets prevented them from using [[BrainwashedAndCrazy Nelo Angelo]] instead.

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** [[http://asia.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week4/image-feature/index.html?image=8 His alts.]] alts. are based off of [[Franchise/DevilMayCry Nero]], [[VideoGame/RivalSchools Kyosuke Kagami]], "Vante" (the red-colored NPC version of Vergil he fought in ''[=DMC3=] Special Edition''), and [[VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}} Demitri]]. His DLC costume is based on his Corrupted form with the Sparda Devil Trigger from Dante's DLC, with WordOfGod stating that [[http://www.capcom-unity.com/brelston/blog/2011/12/06/ultimate_mvc3_costume_blog:_evil_twin_pack?pg=6 several difficulties]] such as different swords and movesets prevented them from using [[BrainwashedAndCrazy Nelo Angelo]] instead.



** His alternate color schemes are based on [[VideoGame/MegaManX X, Axl]], and [[VideoGame/MegaManClassic his "big brother" Bass]]. For ''Ultimate'', he loses his X scheme for another one based off X's first Armor, and gets [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week6/image-feature/index.html?image=1 two schemes]] based off Vile and his ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'' design. His DLC costume is X.

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** His alternate color schemes are based on [[VideoGame/MegaManX X, Axl]], and [[VideoGame/MegaManClassic his "big brother" Bass]]. For ''Ultimate'', he loses his X scheme for another one based off X's first Armor, and gets [[http://www.gamespot.com/special_feature/marvelcapcom-week6/image-feature/index.html?image=1 two schemes]] schemes based off Vile and his ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'' design. His DLC costume is X.
3rd Feb '16 4:49:34 AM Quanyails
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** His character theme is a remix of "Winds of Madness," his boss theme in ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil5''.

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** His character theme is a remix of "Winds "Wind of Madness," his boss theme in ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil5''.
7th Dec '15 9:43:22 AM Hossmeister
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** The evidence Phoenix Wright finds is based on evidence in the series, including common items in the series like a knife, an autopsy report, a cell phone and a photograph. Specific items include a broken vase (which may be the vase broken by Victor Kudo in case 3 of ''Trials and Tribulations''), a watch (which may be the watch worn by Doug Swallow in case 1 of the aforementioned game), a bottle of [[FrothyMugsOfWater grape juice]] (Phoenix's favourite drink, at least in ''[[VisualNovel/ApolloJusticeAceAttorney Apollo Justice]]''), and a [[VideoGame/MegaManLegends Servbot]].

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** The evidence Phoenix Wright finds is based on evidence in the series, including common items in the series like a knife, an autopsy report, a cell phone and a photograph. Specific items include a broken vase (which may be the vase broken by Victor Kudo in case 3 of ''Trials and Tribulations''), ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneyTrialsAndTribulations''), a watch (which may be the watch worn by Doug Swallow in case 1 of the aforementioned game), a bottle of [[FrothyMugsOfWater grape juice]] (Phoenix's favourite drink, at least in ''[[VisualNovel/ApolloJusticeAceAttorney Apollo Justice]]''), and a [[VideoGame/MegaManLegends Servbot]].



** His LauncherMove is a reference to his continuous sneezing due to being sick in "Episode 1: Turnabout Memories" of ''Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations''.

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** His LauncherMove is a reference to his continuous sneezing due to being sick in "Episode 1: Turnabout Memories" of ''Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations''.''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneyTrialsAndTribulations''.
28th Nov '15 4:02:28 PM nombretomado
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--> ''"Was that a [[ComicBook/TheCloneSaga clone me]] or a [[SecretInvasion Skrull me]] I just beat? I can never tell the difference."''

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--> ''"Was that a [[ComicBook/TheCloneSaga clone me]] or a [[SecretInvasion [[ComicBook/SecretInvasion Skrull me]] I just beat? I can never tell the difference."''
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