Capcom isn't just relying on solid franchises or its experimental blending of East meets West game development to fuel their growth, they're also counting on you.
Resident Evil 5, Bionic Commando and Street Fighter IV will start hitting the PC this summer, each with new features, Capcom announced today.
That, my friends, is the littlest cheese dog on the planet, moments before being devoured to join four to five of its kin. Prediction: Mini-burgers are out, mini dogs are in.
What Monster Hunter event would be complete without Monster Hunter schwag?
Street Fighter is a game meant for arcades, but it's proven itself on the console. So what about the PC?
With just 66,000 in sales MadWorld could serve as a warning to developers to stay away from hardcore games for the Wii, but Capcom's Masachika Kawata, says that's not the case for Resident Evil.
David Reeves, president of Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, picked an odd place to make his farewell speech: Capcom's annual press event.
Bionic Commando was an amazing and amazingly frustrating classic in the 80s. It offered little pity to those unwilling to master its controls, but it rewarded those who took the time to figure them out.
Yesterday's Captivate 09 stories saw early impressions of Dead Rising 2, Dark Void, Spyborgs and Lost Planet 2, to name a few. Today was mostly about hands-on time with the games.
It is unusual for the best compliment for a video game to be that the PC version is identical to its console predecessors. But that's the case with Street Fighter IV with one... well, three exceptions.
In Lost Planet 2 there is no main character, instead you are the main character, one that can be customized and made to spank him or herself in a square studded helmet and chain-framed bikini.
Spyborgs could become the year's Cinderella story for the Wii: A game of confused design and cluttered play completely revamped to become a sizzling Wii brawler.
When Resident Evil hit the Playstation in 1996 it launched a franchise that sold more than 40 million games worldwide. Perhaps now's a time to introduce all of those soccer moms to the classic.
Capcom came to Monte Carlo packing heat.