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This week, Bitmob editor James DeRosa and Capcom Community Manager Seth Killian called for community input on which Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds characters to profile for an upcoming Bitmob story. So we thought it would be a good time to ask our Twitter followers who they're looking to brawl with. We also asked for reactions to Rus McLaughlin's article on the future of episodic games.
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Which character are you most looking forward to using in Marvel vs. Capcom 3?
@demian_linn: Mike Haggar! He's got a mandate from the people to PILEDRIVE.
@Tolkoto (Mike Minotti): Deadpool! One of my favorite Marvel characters, and I love that they've injected his humor into his play style.
@StriderHoang (Marcel Hoang): Pick Arthur, throw 5 different kinds of projectiles, build meter, use magic armor super, throw more projectiles, CACKLE WITH GLEE.
@orcusXX (Diego Macias): MaXsplosion.
@CHoadley (Chris Hoadley): Random select. I'm in a strange gap between wanting to try many characters, but not having an absolute favorite I must play first.
@robidoo: I am way excited Viewtiful Joe is included in there! Those games are a trip. :)
Michael Anthony: Deadpool.
Writer Rus McLaughlin says episodic games are the future. Do you agree? Why or why not?
@bbretterson (Brett Bates): They're just one part of the future. Some games lend themselves to episodic, others don't.
@Kazriko: The problem with episodic is the sales drop off on later games… I think Telltale has it right. Charge for the whole series.
@Tolkoto (Mike Minotti): No way. No one's done it effectively yet, minus Telltale.
@mriceguy (Michael Gray): I don't know if episodic will take over, but I'm happy for it to be more prominent. I'm hoping game's stories get more like good TV.
@ibitjuan: Only way episodic gaming happens is when developers and publishers see value. No economic reason to do so now. Imagine all the fees!
@robidoo: It certainly seems to be. I would buy way more DLC packs if I had more storage space…new Xbox hard drives are spendy. :(
@rusmclaughlin: That guy is totally full of octopus shit. I'm not even giving him the benefit of vertibrate feces. He probably leaves little brown footprints everywhere he goes. (Editor's note: Well played, Rus.)
@ADewiM (Alex Martin): I'd prefer Grand Theft Auto to go episodic because their stories always drag. Too many consoles aren't connected to t'interweb, though.
@chase_koeneke: To a point. Games like Dead Rising and Sam & Max work really well in that format, but we'll never see a Call of Duty like that. Furthermore, if all games go episodic, we're going to end up with a lot of broken or unfinished stories, and I don't want that.
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