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Capcom Hawking The TRUE Ending For Asura's Wrath

Posted on Tuesday, March 27 @ 14:54:16 Eastern by


Hey, Capcom. Don't you know how this is supposed to work? Fans are supposed to complain and debate about the ending until you modify it. You're not supposed to give us the real ending that you were going to give anyway without us wanting it first.

Asura's Wrath will be receiving five DLC packs, with the third DLC pack entitled Part IV: Nirvana featuring four episodes (19 through 22) that will show off the TRUE ending of the game. That means you were not given the real ending of Asura's Wrath when you bought it. Sorry, folks.



I suppose I should mention that the first two DLC packs, Forging Ahead and Defiance, will be animated cut-scene add-ons for $1.99 a pop. And that the Lost Episode 1 and 2 will be available in May at the same price.

But I'm sure that's not what people care about. Between the real endings and Asura becoming a Street Fighter IV character (I guess extremely powered down, since he's a god and all), there's a lot more to talk about. In fact, I'm sure Asura has a lot to say about the subject:

You baaaasssstttaarrdd!!!!
 
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