Over the weekend, Gamespot posted a video interview (which you can view above) with a member of the development team for Capcom’s upcoming Marvel vs. Capcom Origins, which collects 1995 brawler Marvel Super Heroes and its 1998 follow-up, Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes. It’s worth a look, especially if you’re a fan of the classic fighters.
Some interesting tidbits about the upcoming rerelease come out of that video, like the fact that there are over 150 filters through which to view the game, be they minor aesthetic tweaks, like filters that simulate the look and feel of an arcade cabinet, or more significant changes, like the ability to toggle HD upscaling on and off. Also of note are (more-or-less expected) online play and more streamlined matchmaking in contrast to Capcom’s previous rerelease, Street Fighter III: Third Strike.
Marvel vs. Capcom Origins releases on XBLA and PSN in September for 1,200 MSP ($15).