A new trailer shows the Winter Soldier, Black Widow, and Venom springing into action, as Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite completes its first year of DLC.
It's time for some balance changes and nothing's going to feel the hurt in Marvel vs. Capcom's: Infinite's next patch more than Dante and the Reality Stone.
Capcom is about to use the Reality Stone on one of Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite's most irritating glitches.
Wakandan ruler Black Panther is here to deliver a royal beatdown, along with the Mega Man X Maverick leader Sigma.
With Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite's DLC roster settled for 2017, Shacknews takes a moment to speculate on where the game could go in 2018 and maybe beyond.
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite - Battle for the Stones has begun, but it was also the game's first weekend in the competitive space. Here's what we learned.
Following the news of Monster Hunter World's release date, Monster Hunter showed up to Tokyo Game Show to join the fight in a new Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite trailer.
Ultron Sigma has one final form at the end of Arcade Mode and Story Mode. Shacknews has a few pointers for taking on Ultron Omega, the villains' final form.
Capcom is wasting no time getting Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite's esports scene off the ground, announcing a 16-player tournament that will feature the past seven Evo champions from Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3.
Unfamiliar with the Infinity Stone mechanic that's being introduced in Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite? Here's a refresher course.
Prior to its Tuesday release, Capcom has revealed the final four characters that will round out Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite's DLC roster for the year.
With 2v2 play, Infinity Stones, and some less-than-pleasant character models, how does the latest chapter of Marvel vs. Capcom hold up? Our review.
That previously rumored MvC: Infinite roster is looking a little shaky now.
The Guardians of the Galaxy and Darkstalkers will each get one more representative in Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, as Evo 2017 spectators were treated to a special exhibition on Sunday morning.
I only spent a short time with Marvel Vs. Capcom Infinite, but my brief hands-on demo left me worried.
The game already has a story demo out, and pre-orders have begun.
The rumor points out a disturbing lack of X-Men, Fantastic Four, Viewtiful Joe, and other iconic figures on both sides of the fence.
And the primary villain is a mash-up of two recognizable robots from each franchise.
This could help stem the tide of commercial and critical duds from the video game industry.
Party like it's 2011 before next year's Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite.