E3 2010 Preview: Capcom

By Adam Ma on May 26, 2010, 4:42PM EDT

E3 is just around the corner, and that means it's time for a lot of speculation as to what developers will be pulling out all the stops, and what developers may just be pulling out a few really impressive stops. Hey, lets face it, it's hard to keep track of all the gaming news that flies around. E3 can throw a lot of developers into a frenzy, and with all the announcements going on it can be hard to follow what's taking place. That's why Gaming Union has decided to help out by giving a roundup on everything the developers have announced so far. First up on our list of developers: Capcom.

Capcom has been pretty tight lipped when it comes to the information, but they have promised us a few things. First and foremost Capcom will be making more announcements regarding Marvel vs Capcom 3: The Fate of Two Worlds, including characters and some gameplay footage. Capcom has already stated that they're not going to be releasing a demo of the game, so any and all gameplay we can see is pretty valuable. Currently the game consists of around 30 character (adding up the announced fighters in addition to the silhouettes provided). We also know that Capcom has announced a Facebook game of some sort.

Mega Man Universe is another possibility, as Capcom has yet to even acknowledge that the game's name was even discovered. It could mean a new compilation of Mega Man games, a new hub for Mega Man data, or perhaps something completely different that no one would expect. They're also working on a Facebook game right now, which is allegedly due by next March. Whether or not they release information about it at E3 is up in the air, since they've still got quite a bit of time to generate hype.

Either way, Capcom completely skipped out at announcing anything related to Mega Man Universe, Facebook games, or any other popular IP's at this years Captivate. With luck we'll be receiving information soon, but for now Capcom fans certainly have a lot to think about!

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