The well regarded Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars of 2010 was probably Capcom's least-complained-about fighting game of the past three years, probably because the Wii was absolutely useless as a DLC-delivery device.
EVO, the annual fighting game world championships, draws thousands of players competing in six games. It has helped create gaming stars like 2010 Super Street Fighter IV champion Daigo Umehara, and a reputation for unbelievable game-play seen nowhere else.
Last week's unveiling of Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 came with an interesting walk-through by Capcom of their take on the history of fighting games.
Wii fighter Tatsunoko Vs. Capcom is packed with tons of inside jokes, including plenty I don't quite get.
If this pitch for Tatsunoko vs. Capcom Ultimate All-Stars looks Robot Chicken-inspired, well, it was. The spot will air on at least three networks.
Capcom unveiled a brand new character for their Wii 2D fighter Tatsunoko vs Capcom yesterday. Sadly, that character is somebody only 2% of you will have ever heard of.
Weird one, this game. Since it's been out in Japan for so long, it feels like it's already out everywhere. But it's not. It's still coming.
Now's your chance to join more than 160 people watching a currently empty room that will soon play host to today's Capcom Fight Club in New York.
Dead Rising's Frank West can beat down opponents with golf clubs and baseball bats in Tatsunoko Vs. Capcom, but it's his ability to call on shambling zombies that makes him a formidable opponent.
In my day, we knew him as Jason. Of course, that was in the U.S., watching Battle of the Planets. But in Science Ninja Team Gatchaman, he is Joe the Condor, and he's Tatsunoko's last entrant. But who is Capcom's?
Frank West's 5-iron isn't just for beating the crap out of your foe in Tatsunoko vs. Capcom. As Seth Killian demonstrates, it can also properly motivate the zombies he summons. Don't mess with Frank. He's covered par fours, you know.
Confirming some sloppy code work from Capcom earlier in the month, it's been revealed at TGS today that Dead Rising's Frank West will appear as a playable character in Tatsunoko vs Capcom Ultimate All-Stars.
Whether joking or serious, Capcom-Unity's asked for input on what its next Vs. game should be, and that sets everyone to wondering if one really is in the works. They're offering a meager bounty for the best-reasoned suggestion.
Some sloppy web design may have revealed the final four characters for the North American version of Capcom's Tatsunoko VS. Capcom, and one of them has covered wars, ya know?
Capcom's Tatsunoko vs Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars is going to be a little different when it's released in the US. Like, it'll have online play. And new characters.
Capcom's Wii fighter Tatsunoko vs Capcom will, when it reaches Western shores, make the journey with some new content previously unseen in the Japanese edition.
Ryota Niitsuma, producer for Tatsunoko vs. Capcom, says the company did have plans to put the famed juris doctor in the lineup, but ran into problems because his OBJECTION! was just too powerful in English.
You're more likely to see Xbox Live and PSN get a sequel of Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All Stars than a port of the original, says a Capcom producer.