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  1. Jordan Haygood


    From the album: Kaptain's Gallery

    © Capcom

  2. Mega Man is still alive and kickin', folks! During a panel at PAX East, Capcom discussed plans for Mega Man's future in honor of the franchise's 25th anniversary. First off, the 3DS eShop will be getting some Mega Man classics. Mega Man 4 will release on April 25th, Mega Man 5 has a tentative date of May 16, and Mega Man 6 will be available sometime in June. What about Mega Man merchandise for those hardcore fans out there? Capcom tells us that there will be a new limited, collectible figure available this summer at San Diego Comic-Con. And something that may excite Mega Man fans the most... the possibility of a new game?! Capcom community manager, Brett Elston, says something is being worked on "behind the scenes", but they "won't announce anything until something is ready." Guess we'll have to wait and see!
  3. Some of the biggest news during the World of Capcom panel at PAX East was that of a new DuckTales game. As such, even other interesting announcements were overshadowed, like the reveal of Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara. So, what exactly is this game about? Chronicles of Mystara is a set of two games: Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom and Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow Over Mystara. These classic arcade titles have been upgraded with HD visuals and a few other things to make them worth a purchase, such as unlockable goods. Of course, online play has been added for up to four players, as the games originally supported. The collection will be out in June for 360, PS3, Wii U, and PC for $15. The Wii U version in particular has the GamePad used to easily select items and spells during frantic battles. Dungeons & Dragons fans can take a look at the trailer right here:
  4. Marcus Estrada

    PAX East: New DuckTales Game Revealed

    Capcom is a company which is the cause for many mixed feelings among gamers. They have many great franchises, but have also been party to various missteps and odd choices. In a smart move, Capcom has just revealed a new DuckTales title. DuckTales was of course a popular cartoon which spawned a few video games. DuckTales, DuckTales II, and DuckTales: The Quest for Gold all came about in the early 90s but haven't been revisited since. This is part of what makes the announcement so surprising. Of course, it's the original and much-loved NES DuckTales which is seeing the reboot treatment. The game will have hand-drawn sprites, voice acting, and is being developed by WayForward. The game is coming this summer to PSN, XBLA, and eShop. Here's the trailer to get you pumped: http://youtu.be/6N0PzqF9gWY
  5. Earlier today, Capcom announced that they would be teaming up with Valve for a Resident Evil 6 X Left 4 Dead 2 crossover project. However, this isn't a new game; in actuality, it's a crossover that will affect the already existing games from each franchise, so characters from Left 4 Dead 2 will show up exclusively in the upcoming PC version of Resident Evil 6 and vice-versa. The good news is that the content is being made free for fans of both games to access and play. In the PC version of Resident Evil 6, players will be able to select one of the four survivors from Left 4 Dead 2's cast (Coach, Nick, Ellis and Rochelle) and have a special customized weapon load-out while playing the PC exclusive mode: The Mercenaries No Mercy. Two of the Special Infected zombies will make an appearance as well: the Witch, and Mini Tank. As for Left 4 Dead 2, three of Resident Evil 6's enemies will make an appearance in the game: Lepotitsa, Napad and Ogroman. Commenting on the crossover project, Chet Faliszek from Valve stated: “We“re huge Resident Evil fans, so when the opportunity arose to work directly with Capcom to combine L4D2 and RE6, we jumped at it.” Resident Evil 6 Producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi added: “The Resident Evil 6 team really enjoyed working on this crossover, and we“re confident that our fans will have a great time with it too! We hope you enjoy this unique content.” The new added content for Resident Evil 6 will automatically be downloaded in the background to owners of the PC version on April 6, and the Left 4 Dead 2 content will be coming sometime in the Spring. Are you excited for this crossover content? Would you want to see more like it?
  6. Ever since it was revealed that Ace Attorney Investigations 2 would not be localized for release in the West, things had been looking for the worse with the Ace Attorney series in general, but last September's news of Ace Attorney 5 being planned for release in the US seemed to mark an improvement in Capcom's reception to releasing more entries in the West. Recently, one fan even asked on Capcom Unity's forums if we might see an Ace Attorney Collection for 3DS if Ace Attorney 5 does well in sales in North America. It seems that the fan had been reading Capcom VP Christian Svensson's mind because he had the same idea and has been proposing the concept to the Capcom overlords for a few years now. However, he laments that he hasn't heard anything definitive on the matter just yet. Now that we know Capcom USA is willing to bring over an Ace Attorney Collection if they're given the green light, it's only a matter of time until we find out more about this. If Ace Attorney 5 does well, it seems all but guaranteed to happen, but the final say seems out of Svensson's hands for now. Source: Capcom Unity Would you want an Ace Attorney Collection on 3DS?
  7. Marcus Estrada

    Lost Planet 3 Available on June 25th

    Today the Capcom Unity Blog took to celebrating Lost Planet 3 with a handful of new information about their upcoming game. Although the series only began in 2006, it has manged to acquire a fairly sized fanbase over the years. If all goes well, fans will have the next game in their hands on June 25th. Lost Planet 3 will also see immediate release on 360, PS3, and PC, which is far different from the long-winded release period of the original Lost Planet: Extreme Condition. Along with this announcement, Capcom also discussed the pre-order bonuses available via different retailers. Amazon, Best Buy, and GameStop are all participating. Both Amazon and Best Buy give out three weapons and two rig upgrades. GameStop on the other hand has two rig upgrades and five multiplayer characters. Those who want to know the exact details of these offers can check the blog post. Finally, Capcom released a new trailer:
  8. It may not have as big a following as other fighting games, but Vanguard Princess has had a group of players since it initially released in Japan back in 2009. The game itself is most notable thanks to being developed by an ex-Capcom employee as well as high quality sprite art for characters. Although fighters don't usually need translation to be played, an English version is now available. Vanguard Princess is part of that all-female cast niche of fighters. The 2D game features 10 playable characters and two main modes (Story and Versus). While the original Japanese version was free, eigoMANGA are asking for $5 for the English version. Vanguard Princess is available on Amazon and GamersGate as a digital download. If you're interested in playing other Japanese doujin (indie) games then take a look at Nyu Media or Playism's catalog. Unlike Vanguard Princess, many of their titles are even playable on Steam. As of right now, eigoMANGA aren't pushing for Steam release.
  9. Do you remember Remember Me? The game initially saw a burst of interest when it was revealed during Gamescom as the re-branded version of Adrift. The game's concept of heading into people's memories and manipulating them drew players in. Since then, there have been bits of information, but nothing too substantial. We should expect that to change in the coming months as we now have a release date. Remember Me will be coming on June 4th (as long as no delays crop up). The game will come to Europe a few days later on June 7th. As such, we should begin to see the media machine churning out information and videos on the game in increased amounts until then. Remember Me is coming to PS3, 360, and PC. There has been no mention to it coming to other systems such as PS4 or Wii U. Check out the latest trailer below:
  10. Jason Clement

    Deep Down Pantha Rhei

  11. Hey Darkstalkers fans! Are you looking for a new game? Well, that's not happening yet, but an upcoming digital release is looking to stoke those flames. Darkstalkers Resurrection has been announced by Capcom as getting Western release. Those who are unfamiliar with Darkstalkers may assume this is the name of one game. However, it is a collection which includes Darkstalkers 3 and Night Warriors: Darkstalkers Revenge. When the set hits XBLA and PSN it will come included with a variety of arcade-like filters and online play. Darkstalkers Resurrection is heading to PSN first on March 12th. XBLA users only have to wait a day to get it though, as it releases there on March 13th. The game costs $15 or 1,200 Microsoft Points. Here are some screenshots Capcom released alongside the announcement:
  12. Capcom Arcade Cabinet has been a strange little project lurking in the background until recently. It was known that it would be heading to North America, but as details popped out for Japanese launch, we were left in the cold. Thankfully, gamers didn't have a long time to wait to find out what classic arcade games would be coming to our territory. Today all the pricing, dates, and other details were unveiled. Starting on February 19th, game packs will begin to roll out, with the ability to buy them separately shortly after. Capcom Arcade Cabniet is basically Capcom's initiative to get its original arcade games out to a modern audience. However, unlike some ports of arcade classics to XBLA/PSN, there is a very big push to keep the games feeling authentic. Of course, there are also features such as trophies/achievements, leaderboards, online co-op/vs, and casual mode to lure in the general gaming audience. Each game is presented by default with an arcade-style bezel around it. You are also free to alter the aspect ratio to what suits you best. This HD optimization will please many, but unfortunately leaves out options related to scanlines. A virtual dip switch is included which allows players to toggle all the various options of a game, such as altering the amount of lives available. Finally, games all come with unlockable bonuses such as game artwork to celebrate each title's history. Here is the full list of games, prices, and dates: GAME PACK 1 – Available February 19th/20th | $4.99/€4.99/£3.99/400MSP -Black Tiger -1943: Battle of Midway -Avenger Black Tiger is FREE, with the remaining two games available individually March 5th $3.99/€3.99/£3.19 (PSN Only) GAME PACK 2 – Available March 5th/6th | $9.99/€9.99/£7.99/800MSP -Ghosts ”n Goblins -Gun.Smoke -Section Z Games available individually March 19th/20th | $3.99/€3.99/£3.19/320MSP GAME PACK 3 – Available March 19th/20th | $9.99/€9.99/£7.99/800MSP -Side Arms -The Speed Rumbler -Exed Exes (Savage Bees) Games available individually April 2nd/3rd | $3.99/€3.99/£3.19/320MSP GAME PACK 4 – Available April 2nd/3rd | $9.99/€9.99/£7.99/800MSP -Commando -Legendary Wings -Trojan Games available individually April 16th/17th | $3.99/€3.99/£3.19/320MSP GAME PACK 5 – Available April 16th/17th | $9.99/€9.99/£7.99/800MSP -1942 -SonSon -Pirate Ship Higemaru Games available individually April 30th/31st | $3.99/€3.99/£3.19/320MSP BONUS GAMES x2 -Fans who purchase all 15 games in the Capcom Arcade Cabinet will unlock exclusive access to two FREE bonus games. Feel free to try and guess what they are. ALL-IN-ONE PACK – Available May 21st/22nd | $29.99/€29.99/£23.99/2000MSP -Purchase all 17 games and features in the Capcom Arcade Cabinet for a greatly reduced price. Are you interested in replaying any of these arcade games?
  13. Last year the Nintendo 3DS saw the release of Resident Evil: Revelaitons Revelations, one of the most graphically impressive games the handheld has ever seen. Fast forward to today and you'll see that Revelations is now releasing on almost every major console. While that's all fine and dandy, I have one simple question. Why is a rerelease of a year old handheld game going to cost more than when the game originally released? I understand there will be more features added in and some of the visuals will be receiving a facelift for its debut on consoles, but that doesn't change the fact that it is still a year old handheld game. So whats the deal? Other HD Releases Go ahead and jump onto any online retail site and look at the prices for every single HD collection ever released. You'll notice a lack of any of those games breaking the $40 price point. That's including those recently released PS3 game collections. You'll also notice that those HD collections all include more than one game. Does this look like a $50 purchase? In fact, there's only one other HD rerelease I can find that broke the $40 price point... and it was Capcom's Monster Hunter Portable The 3rd HD with a price of just under $50 when converted from Yen. In fact, I think Monster Hunter is the reason we're getting a $50 Resident Evil Revelations. Why might that be? Because Capcom is testing the waters. While Monster Hunter might not be that big of a franchise in the states, it absolutely kills in Japanese sales. I believe Capcom will use Resident Evil as a stepping off point for Monster Hunter. If they can get high sales numbers on Resident Evil despite its $50 price point then they might feel more comfortable in placing the less popular Monster Hunter HD at the same price point. Slippery slope, people. It Could Just Be A Ploy... Again. Think back to last year. It was announced that Resident Evil: Revelations would be the 3DS's first ever $50 game due to the fact it required a larger capacity game card than what most 3DS games were using at the time. I understand game cards can cost more to produce than SD cards since they're different kinds of technology, but I'm not buying that it needed a $10 increase. Look at the savings! But Capcom stuck to their guns on the game's price. They felt $50 was the price the game deserved, and for the longest time you could lock in your preorder at $50 on various websites. But then, as if they had a change of heart, Capcom graciously decided to drop the price by ten dollars just a few short weeks before the game's release. How gracious of them to make the game cost standard MSRP for a 3DS game. Now we're a few months away from the same game releasing again and just look at the news. Its going to be $10 more than any other retail HD collection, just like it's 3DS counterpart. And Capcom is sticking to their guns on the inflated price point once again. We'll see just how long it sticks as we get closer to release. Why Not Just Go All Out At $60? If Revelations HD is going to be a full fledged console game, why not give it a full fledged console game price? $60 appears to be the norm these days, so why didn't Capcom go with that price point? Two reasons. Firstly, they aren't that crazy. It might seem like it, but even they have to know people would revolt at a $60 year old handheld port releasing on consoles. Nice face there, Leon. Secondly, they can make more than $60 on each copy sold once the inevitable DLC starts releasing. If Capcom really decided to push the price of Revelations all the way to $60 then they would run the risk of turning away a lot of potential costumers. Obviously that isn't something they want. While people will be more hesitant spending the extra ten dollars if they had to add the additional $50 onto the price, they might not consider it if the $10 increase comes later in DLC. And trust me, there will be DLC. Its a Capcom game, so it kind of comes with the territory. Don't be surprised if people find DLC on the disc when the game first releases. There's no guarantee, but when a company has to start putting out press releases ahead of game's release to explain why the game has locked content on the disc, then you know there's going to be DLC at some point. All of this is just me guessing. I could be completely wrong with my beliefs, but looking back on Capcom's record, I really wouldn't be surprised if one or even all of these scenarios play out over the next few months. What do you think about Revelation's pricing? Are you going to point out that you live in New Zealand where prices are crazy by law? Why not post in the comments below? As always, thank you for reading.
  14. When Resident Evil 6 hit the market, it was met with very mixed reviews. The 3DS ex-exclusive title Resident Evil: Revelations, on the other hand, was well-praised as a sort of return to form for the series after the very action-filled Resident Evil 5. Now that Resident Evil: Revelations is coming to home consoles, the game's producer Masachika Kawata has stated that Capcom plans on watching the port's reception upon release, and use that feedback to determine the series' future. "I think we'll get a lot of input from the fanbase and the media on what it means for Resident Evil, and what it could mean for the future of the series," Kawata told Eurogamer. "We'll definitely be looking at that as a signpost for where we need to be going next." Kawata also said that, depending on the reception of the Revelations port, Capcom may very well start focusing more on "the horror aspect and fear in the series" when developing upcoming titles. To give you an idea of how good the reception might be, the 3DS version, which was released about a year ago, has an 82 over on Metacritic. Capcom is certainly pleased about this reception, considering the game a success, but Kawata said that they would have liked it better had the game sold more. "Given the large development costs we had on the 3DS version, we would have liked to have even a little more sales than we did in the end," said Kawata. "But that doesn't mean we saw it as a failure by any means," If you would like to get Resident Evil games in the future that are more like Revelations, tell Capcom with your wallets when the game releases for Wii U, Xbox 360, PS3, and PC on May 21. Will you be buying Resident Evil: Revelations when it hits home consoles? If you've played the original, would you like to see the series be more like that game?