So, let me get this right. Not only do we get Ghost Trick cosplay, but we get perfect Ghost Trick cosplay? Awesome.
Capcom will reveal an "unexpected" new game in next week's edition of Famitsu, Andriasang reports today.
A woman is in peril! Unbeknownst to her, a killer is leaning out from the shadows, murder weapon at the ready, and only one man can save the day. Just one problem—her potential savior is a ghost, invisible and intangible. Guess it's time to get creative.
The critically acclaimed adventure game Ghost Trick has arrived in the Apple app store, where iPhone and iPad gamers can play it… for free? Well, the first two levels are free, anyway. After that, it'll cost you. Chapters 3-7, 8-13, and 14-end will cost $4.99 apiece, or you can download the whole shebang for $9.99.
Capcom will be invading the Penny Arcade Expo later this week with a chance for you to go hands-on with eight of their upcoming games.
At the beginning of Capcom's Ghost Trick you die. Then the action really starts heating up. I got a chance to play a new level at Gamescom last week, and now I'm going to tell you all about it.
New video game convention = new trailers of two of the most promising upcoming DS games, 2010's Ghost Trick and 2011's Okamiden, both from Capcom.
Capcom isn't just about fighting games, they also make some delightfully quirky Wii and DS titles. Take for instance Wii Samurai hack-and-slash Sengoku Basara and DS games Okamiden and Ghost Trick.
While Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 was certainly the biggest news to come out of last week's Capcom-centric game gathering, it was by no means the only news.