Marvel Ultimate Alliance 1 & 2 games relisted

Neoxon

Junior Member
#8
*waits for relist of MvC and Konami X-Men*
despite the fact I own them
Don't get your hopes up for X-Men getting put back up given....recent events. As for MvC3, as stated before, that depends on if Capcom is willing to pay the license renewal fee since, unlike Activision, Capcom's contract expired.

Marvel vs Capcom 4 confirmed!!!
It's possible, but I'm not sure if Capcom has the funds to get another Marvel contract going.
 

Neoxon

Junior Member
#14
so you're telling me


MAHVEL IS GETTING PATCHED?
Remember, Capcom isn't exactly in the best financial shape right now. While Activision only had to talk things out with Marvel, Capcom needs to pay to renew their Marvel license (which expired instead of getting revoked, by the way).
 
#19
Oh man Ultimate Alliance is a fantastic game! I hope this means we will be seeing a next gen release of some sort or perhaps compatibility with the XB1 (and rumored PS4) backwards compatibility.
 
#20
Don't get your hopes up for X-Men getting put back up given....recent events. As for MvC3, as stated before, that depends on if Capcom is willing to pay the license renewal fee since, unlike Activision, Capcom's contract expired.
What happened exactly? I thought Capcom was in better shape with them than Activision was...
 

Neoxon

Junior Member
#22
What happened exactly? I thought Capcom was in better shape with them than Activision was...
They are, but the nature of UMvC3's removal was different. Capcom's issue is that the contract expired as a result of Capcom not renewing said contract, so they have to pay up to get the game back on PSN/XBLA. Capcom's games were never revoked like Activision's were.
 
#25
They are, but the nature of UMvC3's removal was different. Capcom's issue is that the contract expired as a result of Capcom not renewing said contract, so they have to pay up to get the game back on PSN/XBLA. Capcom's games were never revoked like Activision's were.
We can still hope for the fabled MUA 3, right?

Come to think of it, whatever happened to that "Spider-Man vs. Marvel Zombies" game from a long time ago?
 

Neoxon

Junior Member
#28
We can still hope for the fabled MUA 3, right?

Come to think of it, whatever happened to that "Spider-Man vs. Marvel Zombies" game from a long time ago?
That being said, if Street Fighter V is a success, that may convince Capcom that talking with Marvel for MvC4 would be a profitable decision. That being said, I doubt that Capcom would use their funds to get UMvC3 back online. Maybe a UMvC3 remaster for PS4 if Sony is willing to pitch in, but that's it.

But if MvC4 happens, I hope you're prepared to lose a good chunk of the Marvel side.
 
#30
I wonder if Marvel/Capcom regret not releasing more games to take advantage of the immense Marvel/Avengers hype in 2012-2014. Capcom dicked UMvC3 badly, but a year delay+more improvement would've released dead on with Avengers 1 and spaced it out from the initial MvC3 release.
 

Rhaknar

The Steam equivalent of the drunk friend who keeps offering to pay your tab all night.
#32
Thought this was on steam

Now I'm sad. Are you happy OP? Are YOU?
 
#34
I wonder if Marvel/Capcom regret not releasing more games to take advantage of the immense Marvel/Avengers hype in 2012-2014. Capcom dicked UMvC3 badly, but a year delay+more improvement would've released dead on with Avengers 1 and spaced it out from the initial MvC3 release.
I doubt Capcom had that much power to make too many games at that point, let alone push for a Super/Arcade/Ultra/etc. model for MvC3 in the first place (that same model biting them in the ass, eventually).
 

Neoxon

Junior Member
#36
I wonder if Marvel/Capcom regret not releasing more games to take advantage of the immense Marvel/Avengers hype in 2012-2014. Capcom dicked UMvC3 badly, but a year delay+more improvement would've released dead on with Avengers 1 and spaced it out from the initial MvC3 release.
Capcom wasn't allowed to release UMvC3 too close to Avengers 1 since Marvel had that first-person Avengers tie-in game scheduled for then. The ironic part was that said tie-in was cancelled. Plus UMvC3 was only a thing because the tsunami at the time messed up Capcom's schedule.
 
#42
Hmm, wasn't there a ton of dlc characters for both games? I remember Juggernaut being a removed dlc..

Hope it does show up on PSN and Steam too! Although, the price is a little too high for me.
 
#43
$40 is pretty ridiculous assuming these aren't touched up for modern hardware in any way. IIRC, 2 was the better game but it never came to pc, which makes me think it won't be coming to Steam. They'll probably re release the original on Steam though. If it was available on XB1, I'd probably still pass unless they have it running at 60 fps.
 
#44
Hmm, wasn't there a ton of dlc characters for both games? I remember Juggernaut being a removed dlc..

Hope it does show up on PSN and Steam too! Although, the price is a little too high for me.
Not a ton but I think the first game got 2 packs of characters maybe one, and the second got one pack + Juggs as a pre-order/separate character.
 
#47
That being said, if Street Fighter V is a success, that may convince Capcom that talking with Marvel for MvC4 would be a profitable decision. That being said, I doubt that Capcom would use their funds to get UMvC3 back online. Maybe a UMvC3 remaster for PS4 if Sony is willing to pitch in, but that's it.

But if MvC4 happens, I hope you're prepared to lose a good chunk of the Marvel side.
If they ever did an UMVC3 remaster I'd bet on Steam. But they won't.