Possibly the greatest thing about Capcom’s Vs. series of games has always been the crossover aspect – seeing your favorite characters from one universe interacting with your favorite characters from another is a fanboy’s dream come true. As the third game in the “Marvel Vs. Capcom” series, “MvC3” follows in this great tradition smashing Marvel and Capcom worlds together once again. However, in the game itself, there are only 36 characters to choose from, leaving hundreds of other characters, from both universes, out in the cold. Fear not, Marvel and Capcom were able to come up with a solution: cameos.
We’ve seen cameos before, but “Marvel Vs. Capcom 3” seems to take them to a new level of fan service. A variety of unexpected characters are actually in “Marvel Vs. Capcom 3,” they just aren’t playable characters. The endings for many of the fighters in the game not only wrap up what happens after Galactus is defeated, but they also play into the idea that the two worlds have collided. Check out a full list of cameos in “Marvel Vs. Capcom 3” to see just how crazy things get.
WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD
After saving the world, this World Warrior’s next match in the Bloodsport of Madripoor appears to be against the Living Weapon – the one and only Iron Fist. Coincidently, the sign behind Iron Fist makes is clear that the next match is between Ken and Mr. X.
In her final scene, the “Darksider” demon can be seen with a wine glass in her hand, hanging out at an exclusive demon bar which resides between worlds with fellow fiends, Mephesto and Satannish.
Prosecutor Matt Murdock (a.k.a. Daredevil) is taking the reins and attempting to put Albert Wesker behind bars, once and for all, while Chris is keeping the madman in line.
The “Devil May Cry” star breaks down the fourth wall while trying to explain the fact that that he just beat the big boss in a video game. Unfortunately, his next opponent, the motorcycle riding, Ghost Rider, doesn’t seem to get the picture.
After achieving ultimate stardom by saving the world, this cat takes her musical show on the road, taking center stage while the X-Men’s Dazzler provides some on-stage pyrotechnics.
Always the vigilant Interpol agent, Chun-Li attempts to clean up the streets of New York City by taking away the big boss, Kingpin, in handcuffs.
In a case of mistaken identity, Trish, a lifelong demon hunter, feudally goes after the disappearing Nightcrawler while he attempts to explain that he is, in fact, not a demon. He just looks like one.
Amaterasu and Issun quickly learn about some of the downsides of trying to escape The Savage Land, when they find themselves face-to-face with a T-Rex and only Ka-Zar, Shanna and Zabu to help them out.
While shooting their next movie, Mojo and Spiral start to get annoyed with Viewtiful Joe and his propensity to ad lib his lines, threatening to replace him with a stunt double if he doesn’t nail it on the next take.
Tron Bonne has enlisted the service of a Sentiel as Servbot #42, with the hopes that she can use it to approach a helmetless Mega Man about putting their differences behind them and get a bite to eat.
Arthur is still on his never-ending quest to save his princess, and now he must battle a new beast that has taken her, the great Chinese dragon, Fing Fang Foom.
In need of a ride home to the futuristic city of Neo Arcadia, Zero hitches a ride with the Silver Surfer, who or may not have made a wrong turn at Albuquerque.
Always on the lookout for new talent, Nick Fury makes as an appearance to offer Crimson Viper a chance to join the ranks of the best of the best, S.H.I.E.L.D.
Hsien-Ko and her sister, Mei-Ling, seek the assistance of Dr. Strange to help free their mother from the spirit world, and maybe even return the two of them to human form.
Picking up where the Special Edition comic book leaves off, Hulk lends a big green hand to Chris Redfield as he shows Nemesis why it’s not a good idea to make him angry.
Ushering in the Age of Doom, Dr. Doom explains to a Doombot just how the power of Galactus has merged with his own, and how the world will now bow before him.
The son of Odin discusses the future of the two Earth’s with his confidant, and longtime friend, Heimdall.
On this week’s episode of “Jen’s Justice,” Judge Jennifer Walters (a.k.a. She-Hulk) attempts to settle a case between two leading ace attorneys, Phoenix Wright and Miles Edgeworth.
It’s just another day at the Daily Bugle for crack photographer Peter Parker and his editor J. Jonah Jameson. Parker’s exclusive photos of Galactus’ defeat at the hands of Spider-Man don’t seem to fit J.J.’s specific needs.
After defeating Galactus, Magneto has claimed the former world-eater’s space ship, Taa II, as the new safe haven for all of Earth’s mutants. Mutants of all shapes and forms (including Archangel, Banshee, and Ice Man) can be seen ascending to their new home.
At the helm of a new era of peace, Storm stands with her husband, King T’Challa (a.k.a. Black Panther), at her side, overlooking their land of Wakanda discussing their thoughts on humanity.
Always the opportunist, Dormammu has learned much from the experience with Galactus. In the hopes of seizing the moment, Dormammu has the rocker of “Darkstalkers,” Lord Raptor, assemble all those who are connected to the Dark Arts, including Akuma, Wesker, and a demon that looks strikingly like the Sons of Satan from “Ghosts N Goblins.”
After having defeated Galactus, it has left the Sentinel army, helmed by Master Mold, poised to take over the world.