Who Will Capcom Face Next? You Could Decide!

Kelloggs vs. Capcom

Recently on the Capcom-Unity message boards, a question was raised about the next installment of the wildly popular Vs. series. With the re-release of Marvel vs Capcom 2 doing very well and the growing excitement for Tatsunoko vs. Capcom, what other Vs. ideas could the fans come up with? The very question leads to a lot of interesting possibilities. At first, my mind couldn’t get off of my longing for Marvel vs Capcom 3 and Capcom vs SNK 3, but I finally found a company that could potentially stack well with Capcom and make a brilliant fighting game: EA. They own a TON of other gaming companies, so there is a wealth of possibilities there. How about these for some EA possibilities?

Isaac Clarke (Dead Space)
Eddie Riggs (Brutal Legend)
Urdnot Wrex (Mass Effect)
Kane (Command and Conquer)
Faith (Mirror’s Edge)
Haggard (Battlefield: Bad Company)
Crypto (Destroy All Humans!)
Mattias (Mercenaries)

The list could go on and on, but that’s what I came up with off of the top of my head for EA. As I was doing that, another company popped into my thoughts: Sega. They certainly have enough well-established IPs that could make for an interesting roster. Check these out and see what you think:

Sonic, Knuckles, Metal Sonic (Sonic the Hedgehog)
Akira Yuki, Kage-Maru, Sarah Bryant (Virtua Fighter)
Ryo Hazuki (Shenmue)
Shadow Yamoto, Jonathan Blade, Jetta Maxx (Eternal Champions)
Axel Stone, Blaze Fielding, Roo (Streets of Rage)
G (The House of the Dead)
Ulala (Space Channel 5)
Toejam and Earl (Toejam and Earl)

How awesome would that be? Virtua Fighter vs Street Fighter? I would love to see just those two matched up against one another, let alone a full Sega/Capcom crossover. 

The possibilities are endless, and anyone who wants to throw an idea out there can do so at the link below.



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Author: Jason Fanelli View all posts by
Jason lives and breathes gaming. Legend tells that he taught himself to read using Wheel of Fortune Family Edition on the NES. He's been covering this industry for three years, all with the Node, and you can see his ugly mug once a week on Hot Off The Grill.

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