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.
In Tatsunoko Vs. Capcom Ultimate All -Stars, players select from among 26 characters plucked from the universes of Tatsunoko Productions and Capcom to create a tag team to brawl their way through waves of paired-off fighters.
It all started with fond childhood memories.
Capcom made quite a splash in 2008 when their near reboot of Street Fighter IV combined the depth and detail of 3D graphics placed over the traditional controls and mechanics of a 2D fighting game.
Capcom plans to announce a new game in their Versus series this year if Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars sells well enough in the U.S., the game's producer tells Kotaku.
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.
Because the Nintendo World Store always does their fun event days on weekends, Capcom's claiming a Saturday later this month for some Tatsunoko Vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars festivities.
Capcom continues their love affair with Udon, as the Asian-influenced comic book company announces the creation of new endings for all 26 playable characters in Tatsunoko VS Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars.
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.
Capcom is putting community first (and Crecente last, where he belongs) this week. Our editor-in-chief was able to only gawk at Super Street Fighter IV in New York today. But you could play it here later this week.
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.
We are a week away from Electronic Arts and Sony Computer Entertainment's press conferences unofficially kicking off the massive Gamecom convention in Cologne and I'm downright giddy.