Joe, I don't wanna make you feel like a dick but the reason why they didn't do the panctihg and all that online is that Capcom online experienced a huge setback due to the MASSIVE EARTHQUAKE IN TOKYO! Yeah, I agree that charging all that extra money for all that extra crap for one game would be bad, but basically they took all the downloadable content that they knew they wouldn't be able to get out in patches and such then put it all on a disc to say Look guys, we did have all this planned out for you over the next year but it looks like mother nature was being a bitch so to compensate here's all the stuff you would have had to download at 5 bucks a pop for an already 60 dollar game, put on a full game disc with all the stuff you wanted at about 10 bucks cheaper. So lets say I didn't pick up regular Marvel Vs Capcom 3, and I still wanted to play the game being a huge fighting game dork. Now Capcom brings out 2 games, one of which is the crap version you gave, then they come out with the fixed version. One is 60 dollars one is 50 dollars .guess which one I'm picking up?So don't cast this off as a cheap cash in just yet, after all what would have been worse? Buying Marvel Vs Capcom 3 for 60 bucks and then paying an extra 50 (which is what it might have cost us in the long run for DLC) to get the total experience? Or paying 50 bucks ONCE and getting the total experience, with future updates?