This handheld fighter will be to the delight of PS3 & Vita owners as this title will support cross-platform play allowing players to fight PS Vita players & PS3 players alike. The 12 new additional characters will be available as free DLC for the PS3 owners that own both versions of this game. These make for great reasons to to be enthused about the PS Vita. Players can take this fight on the go against a bigger pool of players that gamers have yet to experience in a fighting game.
The first video is an 8 minute animated video is filled with action and provides some background on some of the new characters to hype up release of this title for the PS Vita.
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There is also a 3 minute video set showing off a few of the new teams and gameplay as it will be on the PS Vita. Also, some of the features that PS3 owners will benefit from as this game is released.
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The post also mentions that the improvement patch for the online sound issues should be available. As well as adjustments that have been made to fix a few infinite combos that have been discovered, as well as a tournament support patch so gem selection is a faster process. Capcom plans on keeping the game active through the next year with downloadable updates including gems, 12 new Vita characters and the other features.