In today's bile-fueled edition of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Gusi A. Rincon gives 10, count em, 10 reasons why he hates Capcom as a developer, publisher and possibly dessert topping.
Reasons to hate Capcom:
- Militarizing the game just to appeal new gamers (Resident Evil)
- Removing puzzles as essential part of the gameplay (Resident Evil)
Changing close, dark, back-tracking worlds for linear fully illuminated worlds leaving 0 exploration for the player (Resident Evil)
- The last installments of the Mega Man X series
- Going Pokémon-like (2-3 version of the same game with minimum changes between em) for the Mega Man Battle Network series
- Cancelling Mega Man Legends 3 and blaming it on the fans
- Nero and Neo Dante for Devil May Cry
- The "Ultimate" version of Marvel Vs. Capcom 3
- Seven different version of Street Fighter IV
- Giving priority to a console based on money (Nemesis mode for Operation Raccoon City and releasing earlier the Resident Evil 6 demo)
- Disk Locked Content.
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