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  • Blog Post: Capcom Planning More Street Fighter Movies

    In an interview at Captivate 2010, Capcom’s vice president of strategic planning and business development Christian Svensson revealed that – despite the franchise’s big screen failures – the company is not throwing in the towel when it comes to Street Fighter films. I think you’ll... More
  • Blog Post: Capcom Talks Global Vision, Appoints U.S. Representative

    Last Wednesday at Captivate 2010 in Honolulu, Hawaii, Keiji Inafune, creator of Mega Man and Capcom’s head of R&D and online business, shared some important news about the company with the assembled crowd of journalists, diehard fans, and others. Inafune emphasized that Capcom is not a company... More
  • Blog Post: Bionic Commando Rearmed 2… Jump!

    Nathan “Rad” Spencer may have had a rough critical reception with 2009’s Bionic Commando, but the remake of the NES classic, Bionic Commando: Rearmed, did not. Capcom is treating fans of side-scrolling, arm-swinging action to a sequel with Bionic Commando Rearmed 2. Not only that, but... More
  • Blog Post: A Gooey Pile Of New Dead Rising 2 Media

    Dead Rising 2’s release date seems to shambling towards us slower than one of its many undead. Time moves so slowly when anticipating a game as awesome as Blue Castle’s sequel to the 2006 Capcom title. In the meantime, there’s a new slew of screenshots, character art, and a cool new... More
  • Blog Post: Lost Planet 2 Receiving New Maps Via DLC

    Capcom fans don’t touch down on E.D.N. III until May 11, but that isn’t stopping the company from revealing the game's first DLC pack. Containing two very different locations, we’ve got a first look at Helix and Back to the Island maps. Helix Taking place entirely under water, Helix... More
  • Blog Post: Super Street Fighter IV Lets You Organize Tournaments And Share Replays

    Fierce fighters from around the world are eagerly anticipating April 27. That’s when Super Street Fighter IV hits store shelves, complete with new characters, stages, play modes, and more. SSF IV’s online functionality is receiving even more attention than its predecessor, and I’ve... More
  • Blog Post: Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes Videos Make Japanese History Stylish

    The Sengoku Basara series is extremely popular, but you probably haven’t heard of it. That may have to do with the fact that it’s only been available in Japan… until now. Producer of Devil May Cry 4, Hiroyuki Kobayashi, is pleased to bring the latest entry in the series, Sengoku Basara... More
  • Blog Post: Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 Officially Debuts With A Gorgeous Trailer

    Wolverine versus Ryu. Iron Man versus Morrigan. Chris Redfield versus The Hulk. Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of the Two Worlds has been officially unveiled, complete with a stylized, action-packed teaser trailer to get you chomping at the keyboard in anticipation. I was lucky enough to see the game trailer... More
  • Blog Post: Chibiterasu Steals Hearts With New Okamiden Trailers

    Okami’s original protagonist, Amaterasu, is as cute as legendary wolf gods get. However, Ammy doesn’t hold a candle to her next of kin, Chibiterasu. Okamiden features the descendants of the original Okami’s cast, resulting in the same awesome gameplay and a decidedly cuter crew. See... More
  • Blog Post: Guess Marvel Vs. Capcom 3's Cast By These Silhouettes

    It's clear as day that Chris Redfield, Iron Man, Wolverine, Ryu, The Hulk, and Morrigan will all be joining the cast of Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of the Two Worlds. However, the piece of interesting artwork above teases the shadows of several additional characters. Come along for the ride while we... More
  • Blog Post: Striking Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 Artwork Contains Chris Redfield

    The Marvel vs. Capcom 3 content just never seems to stop flowing! Here we have a collection of the awesome art for MvC 3. The dark, comic-style art is a natural fit for Iron Man, Wolverine, and The Hulk, and Ryu received a similarly artsy look in Street Fighter IV. However, the heavy shading technique... More
  • Blog Post: Ghost Trick Delivers Adventure From Beyond The Grave

    You begin your quest in Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective dead, face down in a heap of garbage. Unaccustomed to the afterlife, you slowly regain consciousness, if you can call it that. A cute young girl in a long coat and short skirt vainly attempts to wake you. She is approached by your assumed killer... More
  • Blog Post: Poltergeist Hijinks Abound In Ghost Trick Trailer

    Ghost Trick is a fresh and endearing adventure game coming to the Nintendo DS, from the creator of the Ace Attorney series. It's packed with quirky humor, logic puzzles, and memorable characters all animated in very stylish fashions. You're going to have to see all the haunting action in motion... More
  • Blog Post: Resident Evil 1’s Tyrant Cut From Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 Roster

    During Capcom’s big reveal of Marvel vs. Capcom 3, producer Ryota Niitsuma was asked if the Tyrant from the original Resident Evil would be playable. His answer regarding the giant, clawed t-virus abomination was a bit of a shocker. “I can tell you this,” Niitsuma began. “There... More
  • Blog Post: Lost Planet 2 Producer Hopes Casual Players Pull An 'Anakin'

    During a Lost Planet 2 presentation in Honolulu, Hawaii last week, producer Jan Takeuchi spoke about casual gamers’ responses to Lost Planet 2. Would you believe me if I told you that Takeuchi expects casual players to derive fun in the game by pulling off cool feats by accident? Much like when... More
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