He brought us many memorable games like Devil May Cry and Bayonetta, but Hideki Kamiya doesn't usually do sequels (though he did work on sequels before, including Viewtiful Joe 2). That's not to say he doesn't want to; he just has a greater calling.
Capcom and Nintendo have always had a rather close relationship. In 2002, though, the pair became blood brothers. Or so people thought.
No sadly, not the monkey man. A photo from Capcom's office Halloween hijinks (above) shows Mike Haggar on a monitor. The Final Fight character looks like he's in a stage from the forthcoming Marvel vs. Capcom 3. .
Hideki Kamiya has designed a handful of games like Viewtiful Joe, Okami and Bayonetta. In Bayonetta, the heroine sports a body suit made from her own hair. Kamiya, however, is short on hair. He's bald!
Jim Rugg, the man behind the comic book series Street Angel and the hilarious graphic novel Afrodisiac, created a special Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 t-shirt for Comic-Con that teases two familiar new fighters coming to Capcom's cross-world brawler.
It is, dare I say, viewtiful.