Your mind tricks won't harm me!!!
Cage's voice actor Andrew Bowen posted this photo with the caption...
“It’s good to be back.”
“It’s good to be back.”
Did a quick research and no he doesn't, his work with WB so far has been only through MK, which does not exclude the possibility of him voicing another character for another project.Is he just Cage or does he play anyone in the Inj series
because I thought the article may give hope to those who may still want continued support for mk11 even if/when NRS moves forward to the next title. Some people are still wanting changes for their character and instead of me just starting this, I just referenced an article published (post covid time downtime), that ED Boon is still presenting the option of continued support for MK11.Why did you link a year old article?
I commend you for the effort.because I thought the article may give hope to those who may still want continued support for mk11 even if/when NRS moves forward to the next title. Some people are still wanting changes for their character and instead of me just starting this, I just referenced an article published (post covid time downtime), that ED Boon is still presenting the option of continued support for MK11.
This IS the rumored DLC thread and the support may or may not be DLC characters
I guess I could have put it somewhere else....
it also shows that the next game has been worked on for a while and this article came out around the same time as the Marvel question interview.
maybe a reach from me tho...
I follow the gaming scene and I noticed in the past Geoff Keighley and Ed Boon are industry friends (At least, I would say that)Year anniversary of Ultimate, then the Game Awards lmao
If someone pointed this out then disrgard.I think what most people didn't understand is that these weren't the same licenses back in the day. If you don't have the license, you don't have a choice. It's often a separate negotiation and there's no guarantee that the terms will be agreed to.
It's not likely that Capcom just randomly decided not to have X-Men.. It's far more likely that there were rights issues that couldn't be resolved in time for Infinite.
Fox owned performance rights for the X-Men, Marvel owned the Avengers, etc. until Marvel bought them out again in 2019. And Sony owns performance rights for Spiderman, so anybody saying stuff like "If it's a Marvel game they better have Spiderman in it" probably just doesn't understand how these things work.
I actually bought MVCI on PC and enjoyed it a lot. One thing i had an issue besides the hole function thing was the graphics just don't look good.TBH, my issue with MVCI wasn't even the lack of X-men, it was the lack of newcomers. Only 5 characters in the base roster had never been playable in the previous games. While they did bring more as DLC, those were characters that should have already been in the base roster. Especially considering one of the DLC was one of the main villains. And while the Marvel side was focusing on the MCU, it was still missing characters that really should have been no brainers. IE Loki, Daredevil, Scarlet Witch, Ant-Man etc.
About the whole function debacle, I think it would have gone over a bit better if they had used Sentinel as an example rather than Magneto.
Yeah.. Someone else did bring this up, but yup — it's good for people to realize that it was out of Capcom's hands. No matter how much a game company wants to put X character in, it's going to be up to the rightsholders who control the licenses at the end of the day.If someone pointed this out then disrgard.
The reason that has been reported and you can support if you read comics is Disney didn't want to promote licenses they can't use in movies with Marvel Vs Capcom Infinite.
They kinda killed a lot of their comic book stories like X-men around this time and also Fantastic Four.
I feel as many that Disney didn't want to promote other licenses they can't use in movies and kinda devalued them in anyway they can. With X-men and mutants they bought fox, with Fantastic four they were able to basically kill the license, if a company doesn't make a movie within a certain amount of time the license goes back to Disney/Marvel. This if i recall correctly happened with Fantastic Four as the last movie they made was bad and without making a new one in years they got the license back.
When it comes to marvel vs capcom infinite disney was calling the shots and wanted to promote what they can make money over which extended to the MCU and also spiderman due to working agreements with Sony.
While true, the success of the games Capcom made were based on having some control over the VS games and being able to select from the entire marvel universe.Yeah.. Someone else did bring this up, but yup — it's good for people to realize that it was out of Capcom's hands. No matter how much a game company wants to put X character in, it's going to be up to the rightsholders who control the licenses at the end of the day.
Okay cool Ermac is out, put Reptile in his place for 11 instead.TBH at this point they should just move on. This game was handled terribly since the start and isn't even fun enough to justify hoping for a KP3. Save my boy Ermac for the next one.