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  • Blog Post: Street Fighter X G.I. Joe Crossover Event Coming To Comics

    Comic book readers are no strangers to crossover events. DC battled Marvel, Mega Man teamed up with Sonic, Robocop combated the Terminator, Superman took on the Aliens, and come this February, Street Fighter is squaring off against GI-Joe in a six-issue limited series from IDW Publishing. This series... More
  • Blog Post: Capcom Kicks Off New Japanese Cafe With Monster Hunter X

    With establishments such as the Capbar restaurant and a Resident Evil-themed grill , Capcom is no stranger to the restaurant scene. They'll soon have another eatery under their umbrella in Japan with the newly announced Capcom Cafe, which is debuting with a Monster Hunter X theme. Capcom Cafe is... More
  • Blog Post: Ghost Trick Is Available Again For iOS Devices

    Almost exactly one month ago, Capcom removed some titles from the App Store due to incompatibility with iOS 9. One of those is available again at last. Ghost Trick is a supernatural puzzle game in which players possess objects to move throughout and manipulate the environment. The game is free to try... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Adds 105 More Games To PlayStation Now

    Sony has announced a huge update to its on-demand game streaming service. Starting today, PlayStation Now includes 105 more games for rental and membership use. Capcom has gone all-in on the service, adding a number of Resident Evil, Street Fighter, Mega Man, and Dead Rising games. The update also includes... More
  • Blog Post: Capcom Sales Up, But Operating Income And Profits Sharply Down

    Capcom’s amusement division, responsible for pachinko and pachislo machines, drove increased sales for the company in the six months ending September 30. Unfortunately, both operating income and profits are sharply down from this point last year. Net sales are up 22 percent, largely on the back... More
  • Blog Post: Twenty Years Of Resident Evil Zombies In One Video

    To commemorate the Halloween season, Capcom has mashed together twenty years’ worth of Resident Evil zombie outbreaks in a short video. The collection of clips shows zombies mauling victims, crashing through windows, biting legs, and more. Series fans might also want to check out three developer... More
  • Blog Post: [Confirmed] Street Fighter V Punches In February Release Date

    Update: Series producer Yoshinori Ono took the stage at Paris Games Week to confirm the news from just a little while ago. Street Fighter V will be out on February 16 in Europe and the Americas. The unlockable characters, of which there are six, can be opened up for use with fight money. This can be... More
  • Blog Post: Mad Catz Begins Pre-Orders For First Street Fighter V FightStick

    Mad Catz has revealed the first product in its deal with Capcom for Street Fighter V – the Tournament Edition 2 FightStick for PS4 and PS3 (the game itself is only coming to PS4 and PC). Pre-orders have begun for the controller, which is expected to ship this holiday season. The controller features... More
  • Blog Post: Mega Man 3 Would Be Amazing To Play In Unreal Engine 4

    Mega Man games had a great 8-bit aesthetic, but that doesn't mean they were perfect. Okay, they were pretty much perfect, but there's still room for artists to reinterpret them, which is what one creative fan has done. YouTuber Handré De Jager created this version of Mega Man 3 using Unreal... More
  • Blog Post: Capcom Fighting Tribute Celebrates The Art Of Fighting

    Capcom’s long history of encouraging gamers to beat the tar out of people is being celebrated in a new art book. Capcom Fighting Tribute features beautiful artworks based on the publisher’s sizable roster of fighting and beat em’ up franchises. The collection curates illustrations of... More
  • Blog Post: The Second Street Fighter V Beta Is Having Some Problems

    Capcom has given itself a long lead to polish Street Fighter V’s online performance . It’s a good thing, because the second beta isn’t without significant problems. The beta began a bit earlier than the expected start date of October 22 (today). The idea was to give Capcom some time... More
  • Blog Post: Capcom Pleased With Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate On 3DS

    Capcom has announced that Monster Hunter 4G on the 3DS – released as Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate in North America and Europe – has shipped more than four million units worldwide. It's not unusual for companies to tout the number of units they sent out to stores, but Capcom's figures... More
  • Blog Post: Horrific Ultra Street Fighter IV Costume DLC Revealed

    Just in time for Halloween, Capcom plans to release horror-themed costumes for Ultra Street Fighter IV. The packs of spooky attire will be available October 27 for PS3, PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Fighting fans will be able to download character packs separately for $3.99 each or get them all with the Complete... More
  • Blog Post: The New Devil May Cry Art Book May Be As Stylish As Dante Himself

    Devil May Cry has one of slickest visual styles in gaming, and you can bask in its coolness with Devil May Cry 3142: Graphic Arts . The 224-page book collects works from the first four games, as well as the anime series. Within its pages are illustrations and concept art of character models, weapons... More
  • Blog Post: Street Fighter V's Second Beta Detailed, Will Feature Cross-Platform Play

    Street Figher V’s second beta period opens up in the next few weeks. Capcom has rolled out a list of features players can expect to see when it goes live on October 22. First, PC players will be able to join the fight for the first time. This is to test out the game’s cross-platform play... More
  • Blog Post: Don't Be Scared – Of Course There Will Be A Resident Evil 7

    Capcom hasn't produced a mainline Resident Evil title in a while, but it's on their minds as much as ours. Japanese magazine Dengeki PlayStation talked to numerous developers for its 600 issue, and Resident Evil producer Masachika Kawata said that Resident Evil 7 currently isn't in a state... More
  • Blog Post: Capcom Has No Plans To Make Monster Hunter Freedom Unite iOS 9 Compatible

    Released last year on iOS devices, Monster Hunter Freedom Unite is not compatible with iOS 9, and Capcom has no plans to update the game. News of the game's non-compatibility comes from its iTunes product description page , which you can see screen capped below. It reads, "This application is... More
  • Blog Post: Mega Man Legends Finally Arrives On PlayStation Store Next Week

    After years of begging and pleading, Capcom has finally heard your requests. Bringing Mega Man Legends to PlayStation Network wasn’t a simple process (logos or contracts with voice actors make some titles trickier to modernize). It’s finally happening, and soon. Capcom has announced that... More
  • Blog Post: Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney 6 On The Way For 3DS

    Ace Attorney 6 was announced recently for 3DS, and it will be making its way to North America. Details on the game are slim, but it will be directed by Takeshi Yamazaki, who has worked on the series extensively, but is not Phoenix Wright's originator. That title belongs to Shu Takumi. The game will... More
  • Blog Post: Rainbow Mika Added To Street Fighter V Roster

    Capcom announced that Rainbow Mika is joining the roster of Street Fighter V after an absence since SF Alpha 3. The wrestler can tag team with her partner Nadeshiko using R. Mika's V-Trigger ability. Which direction you press when you activate V-Trigger determines whether Nadeshiko performs a drop... More
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