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Marvel vs. Capcom Origins dated

Had enough PSN/XBLA ports of Capcom fighters? Well, too bad, because there's one more set of two coming soon.

As announced earlier this summer, Marvel vs. Capcom Origins collects Marvel Super Heroes and Marvel vs. Capcom 1 in one downloadable set, adding some new features such as graphical filters and online play with spectator mode. The collection has a firm set of dates now: September 25th on PSN and 26th on Xbox Live Arcade.

As previously announced, the PSN version will be $14.99 and the Xbox 360 version will be 1200 MSP, which looks like a lower price than $14.99 but is actually a tiny bit higher. Funny how that works.

Reported by Rhody Tobin


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