Tag: Capcom

  • News Street Fighter's Yoshinori Ono Announces He's Leaving Capcom

    After nearly 30 years with the company

    Street Fighter series Executive Producer Yoshinori Ono has announced today that's he's leaving Capcom after nearly 30 years with the company, stepping down from his role as Capcom brand manager in the process. In a statement on Twitter, Ono thanked Street Fighter's fans for their continued support, and...

  • News Capcom Reveals 80% Of Its Game Sales Are Now Digital

    And that percentage is growing

    Capcom has revealed that approximately 80% of its game sales are now distributed digitally, meaning just one out of every five of its games are now being sold in physical, boxed format. As reported by GamesIndustry.biz following a recent Capcom annual shareholders meeting, the company explained that it its promoting...

  • News Dystopian Adventure Pragmata Will Launch For Xbox Series X In 2022

    New game from Capcom

    Capcom has announced that Pragmata is coming to Xbox Series X in 2022. The game was revealed during Sony's PS5 digital event yesterday, and you can watch the Announcement Trailer above. The company doesn't have much to say about it for now, aside from that it's set in a "dystopian near-future on Earth’s Moon," and will take...

  • News Capcom Is Asking If You Want Another Resident Evil Remake

    What do you think?

    The remake of Resident Evil 3 has only been out for a hot minute, and Capcom is seemingly preparing another Resident Evil remake already! According to the folks over at Resetera, a survey for Capcom Asia Marketed Regions has asked fans if they'd purchase another remake in the series. The potential answers are allegedly as...

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    Review Rugby League Live 3

    Play the ball

    With two absolutely rancid rugby union titles already available for Xbox One (Rugby 15, Rugby World Cup 2015) it was with apprehension that we strode out onto the field to take on the competing code of rugby league in Big Ant's latest offering. Fortunately, the team is nothing to do with those godawful games, but is responsible for the...

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    Review Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition

    From Nero to hero!

    If anyone has spent time browsing comment sections on news articles or internet forum threads, they have surely noticed that people like to complain about remakes and remasters – specifically Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 games that were already in high definition. But this backlash hasn't stopped Capcom from remastering both...

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    Xbox One

    Review Resident Evil: Revelations 2 - Episode 4: Metamorphosis

    Loose ends

    Good or bad. This is what it all comes down to when discussing the fourth and final chapter of Resident Evil: Revelations 2. No, we aren’t simply talking about the quality of the episode — which remains as consistent as the previous ones — but rather the type of ending players will receive in the final act. Episode 4: Metamorphosis...

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    Review Resident Evil: Revelations 2 - Episode 3: Judgment

    The one with all the puzzles

    Playing Resident Evil: Revelations 2 in its current episodic state really is like coming back to your favourite TV show each week. The quick recaps that preface each instalment do a good job highlighting all the important stuff, while at the same time, achieving a level of excitement for the next. Episode 3: Judgment...

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    Review Resident Evil: Revelations 2 - Episode 2: Contemplation

    Better than the first

    Without a doubt, the second episode of Resident Evil: Revelations 2 knows how to up the ante. The story is more compelling, the action more exciting, and the enemies significantly more challenging. While Episode 1 was a solid opening chapter, it also felt predictable and played things a little too safe. Episode 2, however —...

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    Review DmC: Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition

    Here’s your chance to atone

    Great games don’t always get the appreciation they deserve, and that’s a damn shame. Look at 2013’s Tomb Raider reboot, which was a smash hit with critics and most that played it, yet somehow it didn’t meet sales expectations. It’s a top-notch production all around, with refined gameplay, stunning art design,...

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    Review Resident Evil

    REmake. REmastered. REmarkable

    The Resident Evil name doesn't quite hold the same weight it once did. While Resident Evil 4 is widely accepted as the peak of the franchise, it also marked the beginning of a series that would continually struggle to find an identity in the years to follow. So perhaps Capcom's decision to remaster the GameCube remake...

  • First Impressions Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor

    Metal madness

    Pack it up, folks: with Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor, we have reached the apex of video games as an entertainment medium. We now have the technology and, apparently, the desire to fist-bump our computer cohorts, and there's no going back. "Bro-op" aside, From Software's Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor's mammoth task is...