Marvel vs. Capcom 2 Gets a PS3 Retail Version

August 12, 2009

Have you wanted to play some Marvel vs. Capcom 2, but just didn’t have a credit card to order it with? Well here is your chance to pick up a PS3 retail version with cold hard cash. Don’t expect to get a game disc though, this is still a code that you will need to input into your PSN in order to enjoy the game. The only thing it relieves is having to purchase via the PSN, but it is a confirmed retail version available at Gamestop. They are limited in quantity so be one of the first 15,000 to grab one or have to resort to downloading and purchasing it like everyone else.

There have been whispers and rumors regarding a retail edition of MVC2 and now we can officially confirm that yes, in addition to the PSN release on Thursday, the PS3 retail edition will be available exclusively at Gamestop!

The retail edition contains a product voucher code to download the game, along with another code that gives you a free, one-month subscription to Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited. All of this for $14.99!

Did I mention that this is a limited edition run with only 15,000 copies available?

[update] To answer your comments, this retail package does not include an instruction manual or Capcom Unity points.

[Via Capcom Unity Blog]

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Al has been gaming as long as he can remember and will continue to game until his fingers break off or video games cease to exist. A New York native born and raised he crashed into the gaming journalism scene in 2006. Since then he has become the on air personality for DSTV and loves every second of cursing while interviewing developers about serious topics. Aside from being a gamer he also has a B.S. in Chemical Engineering that does not help in the gaming world but does provide for fun stories when people say "what?".Favorite games: Contra (NES), Mega Man II (NES) and Final Fantasy III (SNES)

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