What I Saw at Capcom’s Own Gaming Extravaganza

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Capcom Summer Jam, Capcom's own mini-Tokyo Game Show, happened this last weekend in Japan. Inside the show, Capcom showed off its biggest new and recently released titles in playable form.

Among the upcoming titles were Resident Evil 6, the Sengoku BASARA HD Collection, and the first playable demo of Okami HD. The recently released titles on the show floor included Dragon's Dogma, Steel Battalion, and Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City.

Other than that, there were stage shows, a mini-concert by Japanese popstar May'n, and even an airsoft gun range inspired by Resident Evil. Capcom also showed off a large amount of Monster Hunter paraphernalia and artwork.

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To see what the show was like, check out the image gallery above.

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