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August 13, 2009
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 Written by John Scalzo  on May 01, 2009

News: Everything is better with "The Touch" as a soundtrack.

What we have here can definitely be considered a chocolate and peanut butter situation. Two things are great on their own that become super awesome when put together. What am I babbling about? The new trailer to Capcom's PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 port of Marvel vs Capcom 2.

The trailer features a battle between Ryu and Wolverine set to the music of Stan Bush's "The Touch".

Sometimes I think Capcom can do no wrong. The music and the action on screen sync up so well you'd think "The Touch" was recorded specifically for the game instead of for the soundtrack to the 80s cartoon classic Transformers: The Movie.

Enjoy, I know I did:

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