Community News: Capcom and GameSpot are reserving 10 spots for the tournament!
Last week GameSpot and Capcom announced plans for a Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds tournament that will be held in San Francisco near the end of the month. Space will be limited, but there are 10 reserved slots available to those who win the Make Your Own Fighting Intros contest held at Capcom Unity, and the top three videos will also receive a copy of the game!
How to enter.
- Create a video of yourself creating a wrestling-style intro (you know, talk yourself up on why you should be able to attend), although they suggest that you avoid talking smack about other players.
- The video cannot be longer than 45 seconds, and it must be uploaded to YouTube. Due to the 100mb user video restrictions on GameSpot, please make sure you comply with Capcom Unity's rules by uploading your creative video on YouTube (register).
- The Capcom community staff will be looking for creativity, so go all out in this area and make it like no other (if you can).
- To enter you'll need to be logged into the Capcom Unity website (register). PM the author (jgonzo) of the news announcement with the subject MVC3 FIGHTING INTRO CONTEST, and include a link to your YouTube video no later than 11:59 p.m. PST Wednesday, January 19, 2011.
Note: For those of you who can't make it to San Francisco, Capcom staff were kind enough to allow you to enter. If your video is awesome enough they might send you schwag! If you decide to enter, be sure to share that you can't travel to San Francisco and that you're entering for fun.
We'll share more details about how to register as soon as we can. Thanks for your patience during this time.
All i know is come 1-27-2011. I will be right in front of my CPU taking all of it in and with out a doubt enjoying every bit of it.
@Wolf-5: The video contest is hosted by Capcom, and judging will occur over on the site. However, we'll post the winners and their video links on our end. We dont have any plans to have an achievement for this contest because other members from Capcom-unity will be participating.
If my friends and I weren't busy with our Heavy Rain review and had our video effects software I might have tried something. Good luck to those that do.
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