We’ve found a bunch of Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite tutorials lately, covering the capabilities of certain characters, as well as their special moves and starter combos. We’ve covered the first round here, followed by a few more here. But closer to the game’s release this Tuesday, we’ve found a six pack of new tutorials for you to enjoy.
The tutorials cover Marvel and Capcom elite fighters alike, including Arthur (from Ghosts ‘n Goblins), Haggar (Final Fight) and Zero (Mega Man X), as well as Ultron, Hawkeye and Ghost Rider. You can check them out over the following pages, and prepare to fight when Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite arrives on September 19th for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
First up, there’s the short yet confident hero from the Ghosts ‘n Goblins saga, and anyone who played as him in Marvel vs. Capcom 3 should get an idea of what he’s capable of. Arthur can actually launch a few different projectile attacks, including crossbow and knife throws, as well as a more powerful lance projectile. He can also deliver up-close hits, and his bracelet super allows him to get multiple hits in one shot, provided that the opponent is within his range. He can also activate golden armor that soups up his ability for a limited time. Sadly, there’s no sign of his underwear this time around.
The mayor turned street wrestler is back for a fight, and he’s got pile drivers for everyone! Haggar is just as tough as he was in previous fighting games (you guys remember Final Fight Revenge, right?), with a number of incredible moves that will send rivals flying. His punches and kicks provide dangerous strikes, and a number of his grab moves are incredible, including that aforementioned pile driver. His violent ax strikes also allow you to set up a good aerial combo, and his spinning lariat offers temporary invincibility, while delivering a couple of hits. Now we just need Guy to show back up, and we’ll be set.
Why should Mega Man have all the fun on the battlefield? Zero is here to mix things up, bringing his Maverick Hunter skills to the table, including a number of charging and electrical attacks that can deliver multiple hits. His Hadangeki projectile is also good as both a projectile attack and a downward strike, and you can set it up like a dashing Dragon Punch style move as well. On top of that, Zero has a great deal of speed that really allows for quick combinations, and his super creates a super vacuum-like tornado that can hit an enemy multiple times. He’s great once you master his capabilities.
Even with that Sigma Ultron merging stuff happening, you can play as the mighty Ultron on his own – and he’s a character that shouldn’t be denied. Ultron is a wonderful powerhouse, who can call upon a number of assist drones to help him out. His combos are also absolutely unrelenting, as he can chain together a number of punches and kicks, as well as aerial strikes that can be tied together to great effect. You can also do a hit grab that can combine into a fire blast, and you can set up black hole like projectiles that can hit anyone pretty much anywhere on the screen. Oh, and watch our for that Destruction Wave. Ouch.
Looking less like the comic book versions of Hawkeye and more like the one Jeremy Renner plays in the film, Hawkeye is a terrific character to have back into the fold. He has a great habit of “zoning” foes with his attacks, including projectile arrows that can hit pretty well for the most part, including a trio attack that’s hard to block. He can also launch quick shots for aerial hits, as well as trick maneuvers to hit someone in mid-air. His ragtime shots also send quivers flying from the sky, pinning someone unexpectedly. His supers aren’t exactly loaded with pizzazz, but they do provide great use for his arrows, including a ground explosion for multiple hits.
Last but certainly not least, the Ghost Rider is back – and we love it. This tall, powerful warrior is one of the best you’ll come across in the game, as he can put together a number of chain combos for maximum damage, as well as long normal that can stop someone across the screen, with the help of his fire chain. He can also summon ground strikes that can hit someone from below, and makes it difficult for someone to approach him on the ground. You can also grab someone and chain that into a ground combo as well. His hyper combo allows him to swing his chain around his head, or ride his motorcycle to run someone over multiple times. And his super combo? AMAZING. He just grabs you and stares. No, watch for yourself!