In an interview with Gamasutra, Marvel's VP of interactive media Justin Lambros says he hopes to see Marvel vs. Capcom make its way to digital download saying, "I'm a huge 2D fighting fan ... the Marvel vs. Capcom stuff has a definite close place in my heart, so we definitely wanna see that stuff live on." He says that there are no deals in place, but they may be considering it. If it's anything like Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix, I'm all for it!

Hopefully if it is eventually available for download, we might get these added features like online multiplayer like the Japanese DC version, new/remixed soundtrack and maybe even a few of the secret characters/bosses from the other games (like Evil Ryu, Cyber Akuma, Shadow Lady & Norimaro), add downloadable versions for ALL next gen consoles & it'd be perfect... Capcom are you listening?

Halo 3 is now on sale... GameSpot reported that 4.2 million units of Halo 3 were in retail outlets on September 24, 2007, a day before official release, a world record volume release.

The game features new vehicles, weapons, and gameplay features not present in the previous titles of the series. Halo 3 focuses on the interstellar war between 26th century humanity and a collection of alien races known as the Covenant, who after a decades-long war have begun the invasion of Earth. The player assumes the role of the Master Chief, a genetically enchanced cyborg supersoldier, as he wages war in defense of humanity.

Don't forget there's a $59.99 "Regular Edition", a $69.99 "Limited Edition" and a $129.99 "Legendary Edition" complete with a replica helmet worn by Master Chief (which apparently had some design flaws). Microsoft has stepped up and admitted fault on this issue on their website today. They are offering to replace the faulty disks for free, if you sign up for their disk replacement program.

A new $399.99 Special Edition Xbox 360 with a "Halo"-themed custom paint job — Halo 3 not included. Expect productivity for the next few weeks to drop (just kidding).

The Syracuse Heroes Expo is Central New York's premiere hobby convention. From comics to action figures, anime, sci-fi, manga, action figures, and video games we are dedicated to bringing the very best enthusiast gathering to the CNY region!

This year's guests include Ethan Van Sciver, Daniel Logan, Tony Isabella, Pop Mhan, and Brinke Stevens,Bonnie Piesse & Tom Savini. For more info, check the site! Tickets will be on sale soon.

Hitman is a 2007 film adaptation of the video game series Hitman. The film is directed by Xavier Gens and stars Timothy Olyphant. The script is written by Skip Woods. Hitman is scheduled for release on November 21, 2007. Click here for the trailer.

Looks pretty good... hopefully the background characters won't keep running into each other when it's released sometime next year. Demo footage shown was run on the Xbox 360.