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  1. The Mega Man X series may be second to classic Mega Man (Mega Man 1-11) when comparing the number of core games in each (8 vs 11), but many fans often prefer the X games due to their increased focus on action gameplay as well as their darker dystopian future setting. But while the first three Mega Man X games had been readily available on the Wii Shop Channel (until its closure) and Wii U eShop, and 4 & 5 have been available on PSN for a number of years, it's been increasingly difficult to play 6 (due to only being available on collections on past consoles like PS2 and Gamecube), let alone 7 and 8 which have only been playable on the PlayStation 2 thus far and are now long out of print. Fortunately, that all changes this week as Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 & 2 dash into retail and digital storefronts on all console platforms. Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 contains the first four Mega Man X games while Legacy Collection 2 houses Mega Man X 5 through 8. However, it's worth pointing out that if you're buying the retail version on Switch, Legacy Collection 2 is included as a download code and is not available through the cartridge like Mega Man X 1-4 are, so be sure you have plenty of space available for the download. In addition to the games, each Legacy Collection has a number of new features, such as... X Challenge Mode - a multi-boss challenge mode with three difficulty options and online leaderboards Rookie Hunter Mode - which makes the game a bit more manageable for newcomers and anyone else who is having a tough time Improved visuals - of which there are three visual filters to choose from: retro CRT, smooth, or original (which scales up the original aspect ratio for modern screens Museum - what Mega Man collection would be complete without one of these? You'll find tons of art, trailers, music, and even a short animated film called The Day of Σ, which chronicles the event leading up to the villainous Sigma's rebellion. Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 & 2 are available on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. You can buy both as a combo pack at retail for $39.99, or you can buy each individually for $19.99 on digital storefronts. Check out the launch trailer below! Source: Press Release Will you be buying either Mega Man X Legacy Collection? Let us know in the comments below!
  2. Jordan Haygood

    Resident Evil 7: Biohazard

    From the album: Kaptain's Gallery

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  3. Tokyo Game Show (TGS) is underway this week in Japan, and last night Sony held their annual pre-TGS press conference to showcase new games and other announcements. While there were a host of new games announced, one very big piece of news was also revealed: Monster Hunter: World's release date. Capcom mentioned the game would be releasing sooner than most people probably realized: January 26, 2018. This effectively makes it the first big AAA game release of 2018, and is also sure to make Monster Hunter fans pretty happy to boot. Also announced were Digital Deluxe and physical Collector's Edition versions of the game alongside the standard version; pre-orders for all three start today. The Digital Deluxe Edition includes the digital game, plus additional customizable options that can be used in-game: a Samurai Set skin, three gestures, two sticker sets, plus an extra face paint and hair style option for the hunter. As for the North American version of the physical Collector's Edition, it includes a physical copy of the game, voucher for the additional customizable options from the Digital Deluxe Edition (a Samurai Set skin, three gestures, two sticker sets, plus an extra face paint and hair style option for the hunter), a 32 page hardcover art book, high-quality flagship monster statue, and digital soundtrack code, all for $149.99. Capcom also released a new trailer for the game, which can be seen below. Monster Hunter: World kicks off the hunt globally on January 26, 2018 on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, with a PC version to follow sometime after. Source: Press Release Are you looking forward to Monster Hunter: World?
  4. Today Capcom has announced that the next character coming to Street Fighter V would be Kolin, a female Illuminati operative who originally appeared in Street Fighter III: New Generation as an NPC who served as Gill's assistant. She also previously appeared under the name "Helen" in Charlie Nash's story in Street Fighter V. Kolin utilizes the Russian martial art Systema and incorporates ice into her different attacks. Her story will offer a glimpse into her backstory and how she became involved with Gill and why she hates Shadaloo. She's scheduled for release on February 28 on PS4 and PC though fans will be able to preview her early at the Lupe Fiasco Drogas Light Album Launch Party on February 15. In the meantime, check out her reveal trailer below. Source: Press Release What are your thoughts on Kolin as Street Fighter V's next character?
  5. Remember when Marvel vs Capcom Infinite was announced last month at PSX, and Capcom also announced that Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 was coming back? The good news is the latter game is coming to a digital and physical storefront near you soon. Both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 will be available on their platform's digital storefronts on March 7, with a limited physical release launching in stores the same day. The digital version will be $24.99 while the limited physical version will be $29.99, which also includes an exclusive 10-page comic showcasing a story about the clash between the Capcom and Marvel universes and new cover art from Marvel's Sean Chen and Gerardo Sandoval. It's worth pointing out that the original release for Marvel vs Capcom 3 only lasted on digital storefronts for 3 years or so before disappearing, presumably due to the Marvel license expiring. Since there's no telling how long this current distribution will last, the same thing will likely happen to the PS4 and Xbox One versions eventually, so if you're interested in picking it up, don't wait too long to do so. Source: Siliconera Will you be picking up Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3?
  6. We've known about Dead Rising 4 for a while now, and it was slated to be one of the biggest exclusives that Microsoft had in its upcoming lineup. However, news has surfaced from E3 2016 regarding that exclusivity, and a representative from Capcom has confirmed that the game is not a lifetime exclusive, but rather a timed one. If this all sounds too familiar to you, it's because the same thing happened with Rise of the Tomb Raider, which was also a one-year timed exclusive for Xbox One starting late last year. The upcoming PlayStation 4 version will be coming out in Holiday 2016. Dead Rising 4 is currently scheduled for release on December 6 on Xbox One, with a PlayStation 4 release targeted for December 2017. Source: Twitter What are your thoughts on Dead Rising 4's timed exclusivity? Are you surprised? Disappointed? Relieved?
  7. Today Capcom finally announced the release date for Monster Hunter Generations (known as Monster Hunter X in Japan), which will be July 15, for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems. Also coming on the same day is a special Monster Hunter Generations New Nintendo 3DS, which comes in a blue hue and features artwork of the Fated Four -- a new group of elite monsters that players will be facing in the game. Unfortunately, the special edition Monster Hunter Generations New 3DS will not come bundled with the game. Although the game is compatible with the complete 3DS family of systems, it really sounds like Capcom is pushing the New 3DS as the best way to play it, especially considering the improved visuals, ZL and ZR buttons that are completely mappable, and the added camera fluidity that the C-stick provides. New additions to Monster Hunter Generations include four unique hunting styles, different Hunter Arts you can equip, more than 20 different hunting locations, and more. Also, a demo will be released at some point before the game's release, though the time and date for that will be revealed sometime later. You can check out one of the latest trailers for the game below. Source: Press Release Are you excited for Monster Hunter Generations?
  8. So I“ve never really enjoyed a Monster Hunter game before. To be honest I“m not sure I really enjoy Monster Hunter now, but I get it. They won. I“m a fan. But being the extreme nublet that I am the game presents quite a bit of challenge. These are the chronicles of a know-nothing fledgling hunter, trying to die as little as humanly possible. I guess I should start off by saying that in Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate I use the Hunting Horn. If you were picturing something supremely intimidating, like a gigantic horn that I strap to my head to ram enemies and disembowel them with my gargantuan neck muscles…well, sorry but that“s pretty much the furthest thing from the truth. Though I have been told I have a strong neck. What a Hunting Horn really is, is one part didgeridoo, one part club, that you effectively whack all the scary monsters on the head with in order to make a cool sound. Basically I“m like El Kabong…only not a horse (but how cool would that be right?). Point is, whenever I“m out there fighting things I“m doing so with a musical instrument. I“m bringing a flute to a gunfight. So keep that in mind because that makes literally everything I do in Monster Hunter at least 10x more hilarious. So I“ve been playing awhile and I managed to fight my way through some pretty scary bad guys. One was literally a bunch of angry rocks with a face. That was a fun day! But no matter what, I“ve always been able to take them down by smashing my Rickenbacker into their faces like I“m Robert Daltrey. That is until last night. Armed with my trusty wind instrument of death, I walked into the frozen wasteland of someplace (I“m sure it has a name, I just don“t know it) and gazed upon…. Jabberjaw? Not unlike that frankly awful cartoon, was walking shark. Only it was pretty strong looking, so I guess that makes it more like a Street Shark? Well dated references aside it was pretty mean, pretty ugly, and also very sharky. So I held my mighty Hunting Horn aloft and cried “Shark Week is over, bitch!” and charged. Ok, so I didn“t but I really should have. Next time, promise. So I“m bobbing and weaving, dodging, trying to observe this thing in order to find which place would be best to hit it with my noise-hammer. Well…that doesn“t go so well. So I“m hitting it and it just bounces off half the time. You see, it has armor. Armor made of ice. Yup. Who does that? This guy I guess. So I make the best of a bad situation and after having some luck attacking his tail (which is horizontal and not vertical, I mean I“m no marine biologist here but I“m pretty sure that“s totally wrong guys!) when he dives under the sea…of ice. Yup. He“s swimming in ice. Thank you for that, Capcom. So obviously some Jaws shenanigans are about to take place. Even I can see where this is going. It“s time to change strategies. I fall back on one that has never failed me before. The elite hunter maneuver known as “running in a circle”. Well it works and pops back up, this time without his ice amor. Oh yeah. It“s time to go to town! Oh, except he learned a new trick. He can barf this ice laser and freeze stuff. He“s shooping da woop. This is happening. So needless to say I“m running around half frozen and shouting things that frankly I should be thrown in jail for. I mean a walking shark just hurled projectile ice vomit on me. I“m pretty sure it can“t get any weirder. You know it got weirder right? Of course it did. This is Monster Hunter, a game where you can sharpen your hammer to deal more damage. Anyways, the angry shark dude becomes a big fat amorphous shark-ball. I really don“t even know how to describe it. I don“t think it“s something you can describe except that it once was a shark, and it is totally rolling towards me like Violet Beauregarde, just less purple-y. Oh and it bounces too...gross. The good news is it“s soft. Hitting soft things in Monster Hunter is always the way to win. So I go to town. It“s still gross but now I can kill it. Hell, I want to kill it even more now because it looks like Honey Boo-boo“s mom“s neck sewed onto a great white shark. Pure nightmare fuel. So after bashing it repeatedly and without hesitation, it dies! After a quick sigh of relief I“m carving bits off one of the weirdest monsters I“ve ever fought in a video game. Like ever. And I“ve played some super weird games, trust me. I mean Soul Sacrifice is basically the creepy brain love child of H.P. Lovecraft and whoever designed Slimer from Ghostbusters. That game has a monster made entirely out of food garbage. Sure it“s a dumpster diver“s worst nightmare, but at least that thing didn“t have three forms, each making even less sense than the last! So why now, after multiple prior attempts, am I a fan of Monster Hunter? It would be the exact moment when I was standing over a deflated shark balloon, doing a fist pump in time with my hunter (yes, you can fist pump in Monster Hunter, please use responsibly) and quite possibly seconds away from doing the futterwacken. And that, dear readers, is the image I want to leave you with!
  9. Capcom has been quiet on the Mega Man front for quite some time, but today has yielded something interesting. What you'll see below is a trailer for Mega Man Legacy Collection, coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC this summer--plus the Nintendo 3DS this winter. This collection features the first six original Mega Man games plus many extra features including challenges (along the lines of something like NES Remix offers), a museum (featuring sketches, as well as an interactive database that lets you learn about and fight against Mega Man“s enemies), and more. Many folks I saw on Twitter and otherwise were comparing it to the Mega Man Anniversary Collection right away, which features the first eight Mega Man games, plus two games exclusive to that collection, Mega Man: The Power Battle and Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters. While there“s no denying a discrepancy in content offered: what makes the Legacy Collection different is that developer Digital Eclipse is recreating the source code with a brand new engine for these six Mega Man games, specifically for modern consoles. You“ll be able to play the games in 1080p, and I imagine things will perform as accurately-to-the-originals as possible under the hood in comparison to the straight emulation of the Anniversary Collection and your typical Virtual Console “ROM dump”. The fact that it“s being developed using a brand new engine may help to explain why it“s skipping Wii U, and why it“s not coming to 3DS until later on. No one“s said as much officially just yet, but I imagine it“s much harder to make this new engine work on Wii U than it is for PS4, XB1 and PC--which are all built similarly. Regardless of how you feel about the news, this seems to be a collection built with actual video game archiving in mind versus celebration. Read more about that here. If the Mega Man news isn“t enough for you, Capcom have also revealed their entire E3 lineup. You can expect to see Resident Evil Zero, Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition, and the first major event appearance for Street Fighter V at E3 2015. Are you interested in Mega Man Legacy Collection? What about other Capcom games that will be seen during E3 2015? Be sure to let us know!
  10. My best friend is as into the Monster Hunter series as I am into Pokémon. She's tried very hard to get me into the series, including taking me to a Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate event hosted by Nintendo of Australia when I went (a long way) to visit her at the end of January. Still, as much as I've tried to get into Monster Hunter, many things about it just aren't for me. It seems Capcom has heard from a lot of people like me, and perhaps wants to do something a little different to mix up the Monster Hunter formula for old fans while reeling in potential new ones. Monster Hunter Stories is officially a thing, an RPG spin-off coming to the Nintendo 3DS in 2016. The trailer, seen below, shows off a Hunter and his palico companion. They're after an egg, and...well...things go amiss. These visuals are unlike anything seen in the series so far, with a cell-shaded look and cartoonish appeal that would make most immediately think of Wind Waker. Since this game was just revealed, there's very little information to go on. Still, there's the official website. And I'll be sure to update you with more information (and hopefully a localization announcement) as it comes. This is definitely the kind of experience I can get into! Are you on the fence like me about Monster Hunter as a series? Does an experience like this interest you? How does seeing this make you veteran hunters feel? Be sure to let us know!
  11. Seriously. Look at this. What... what even IS this? Why is Capcom relegating the Mega Man franchise to dumb smartphone games now? There's a prevailing theory that—as unbelievable as it sounds—the upper management at Capcom is still getting back at Inafune for 1) generally not liking him, and 2) leaving the company, so they're dragging the franchise (and his legacy, in a way) through the mud with games that are not of a high quality. Yes, I do realize it sounds ridiculous if only because chances are they risk missing out on making money by providing actual proper games, but Capcom as a company is so ridiculous that I could actually believe they would do this, lol. Anyhow, *siiiiiiigh* What do you guys make of what's been happening to Mega Man recently? At least they had the good sense to license him out to Nintendo for Smash Bros., but other than that, yeah. It's a gross mismanagement of a classic and beloved property.
  12. Today Capcom announced that the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy has officially released on the 3DS eShop. The trilogy contains Phoenix Wright's first three titles, including Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Justice For All, and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Trials and Tribulations. In addition, the trilogy also features remastered visuals. For those who haven't played the series yet, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney follows the eponymous rookie lawyer during his early career as he investigates crime scenes, collects evidence, questions witnesses, and battles in court for the truth of what happened in each case. You'll be able to pick up the trilogy for $29.99 on the 3DS eShop immediately. Source: Press Release Will you be buying the Ace Attorney trilogy?
  13. In what's sure to be the biggest news in some while for the fighting game community, Capcom announced Street Fighter V during Sony's PlayStation Experience conference earlier today. Even bigger news: it's console exclusive to PlayStation 4 and will be cross-playable with the PC version due to a partnership between Sony and Capcom. Unfortunately, the game is still early in development, so a 2015 release may be unlikely. Still, big news nonetheless. Capcom also announced that Ultra Street Fighter IV would be making its way to PS4 as well, though no release date has been set just yet either. For now, you can check out the announcement video for Street Fighter V below. Source: PlayStation Blog Are you excited for Street Fighter V?
  14. If you're a Monster Hunter fan, then you'll definitely want this fantastic collector's edition for Monster Hunter 4 announced for North America. Here is what is included: 3.5" translucent Gore Magala figure (design not final) Felyne (wearing Gore Magala armor) pin Monster icon lanyard Microfiber cleaning cloth (design not final) Supply item box packaging A copy of Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate for 3DS The collector's edition costs $60 and can be pre-ordered at GameStop (information on other participating retailers is coming soon). Capcom says quantites are limited, so pre-order as soon as possible if you're planning on purchasing it! Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate will be available for 3DS in early 2015. Source: Capcom-Unity
  15. Aaaaaand the other thing I saw that excited me incredibly was the reveal of this game. This means we potentially have up to 3 Resident Evil games launching in 2015. Resident Evil REmake HD, Resident Evil 7 (confirmed to have been in the works since October of 2012,) and now this. Again, like the Persona 5 announcement trailer, let's discuss. I wanted to make a few separate threads for these just because when you have one big news post it can tend to get a little cluttered in terms of comments. I know it's literally just a concept trailer that shows nothing except that the game exists, but I'm happy it does. Revelations was a step back in the right direction in terms of Resident Evil. While it may not have been perfect, and I actually would have preferred it as Co-Op, it definitely impressed me. How about you guys? Thoughts, concerns, comments?
  16. Jason Clement

    Resident Evil Remake Coming in 2015

    It was originally remade for the Gamecube some 12 years ago but now Capcom is finally remaking the original Resident Evil for the modern era. This new versioin of the game will feature enhanced textures, resolutions, 1080p support on next generation consoles, classic and enhanced control schemes, the option to choose 4:3 or 16:9 widescreen aspect ratios, and even remastered sound with 5.1 surround support. Of course, the story involves the origin of the whole saga, with the player taking on the role of S.T.A.R. team members Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine as they investigate the disappearance of Bravo Team in Raccoon City and must survive their way through the mysterious mansion there. No release date or pricing has been announced just yet, but you'll be able to buy Resident Evil digitally in early 2015. Source: Press Release Are you interested in replaying Resident Evil on today's consoles?
  17. Much like they did with "Mega May," Capcom has announced that they are releasing four different Mega Man games on the Wii U Virtual Console over the course of August. While the order of their release will be random (meaning you'll need to check the eShop every Thursday to see which game has been released), the good news is that the four games have been revealed as follows- Mega Man 5 (NES) Mega Man 6 (NES) Mega Man X3 (SNES) Mega Man Battle Chip Challenge (GBA) It's also worth noting that the first Mega Man Battle Network game has released today on the Wii U eShop. Even still, there are a number of other Mega Man games that are still yet to be released, including the other five Mega Man Battle Network games, Mega Man Soccer, and the four Mega Man Zero games. Hopefully we'll see them in the near future. Source: Capcom-Unity Are you interested in getting any of these Mega Man games?
  18. Intersting to hear that Capcom is available for purchase. Hmm Read more here What do you guys think? Who should buy Capcom? I really think NIntendo should take a chance and buy them. I mean Capcom's games on Nintendo's handheld and console has been a huge hit. Since Mega Man is on Smash, It would be awesome to see Nintendo bring him back for his own game again.
  19. Steve Bitto

    Deep Down Gameplay on Display at E3

    Deep Down, the mysterious free-to-play PS4 exclusive, was on display at Sony's booth this past week at E3. Although still only announced for Japan, the gameplay trailer was dubbed in English and shared on both the US and EU Playstation Blogs. This only furthering speculation that the game will be announced for Western territories. On the PS Blog, Yoshinori Ono of Capcom made clear that he understood fan's eagerness to get more "concrete" details on Deep Down but that release date information was not yet available. As far as what is holding the project up he said, "The development team continues to work hard engaging in intense trial and error methodology in order to find the best way to utilize PS4′s potential when it comes to online games." If they are indeed planning on releasing Deep Down in the West, this seemed like a missed opportunity. Perhaps with Bloodborne already on the E3 ticket they figured they could save it for the Tokyo Game Show when they may have a solid release date. Regardless, the game looks impressive and would be a good addition to the Playstation 4's exclusive US lineup. Keep it with Game Podunk for more on Deep Down. What do you think about Sony's attempt to push free-to-play games? Source: Playstation Blog
  20. In a great surprise today, Nintendo revealed that they will be localizing two 3DS titles for release this Fall: Professor Layton vs Ace Attorney and Fantasy Life, both of which were developed by (or in part by) Level-5. Professor Layton vs Ace Attorney is yet another game that North Americans have been wanting to see localized for some time, so this is welcome news indeed. This collaboration with Capcom sees the good professor team up with Phoenix Wright as both stumble into another world where magic is actually real, and they must unravel a case where one girl is accused of being a witch. Fantasy Life is a game where the player can choose to embark on a quest to save the world or settle down and live a slower life as one of 12 different Life classes (such as cooking or fishing). Also, the game features artwork and music by legendary industry veterans Yoshitaka Amano and Nobuo Uematsu (both of Final Fantasy series fame), respectively. You won't have to wait long for Professor Layton vs Ace Attorney as that one is set to release on August 29. As for Fantasy Life, you'll have to wait just a little bit longer; it comes out on October 24. You can check out trailers for both games below. Source: Press Release Are you excited for either of these titles?
  21. Jason Clement

    DuckTales Remastered OST Coming Soon

    Did you enjoy Jake Kaufman's remixed tunes for last year's DuckTales Remastered? You're in luck then, as Capcom has announced that the original soundtrack will be released on Amazon's MP3 store on April 29th! The OST includes some 47 tracks, including the original NES tunes (as well as Kaufman's NES rendition of Mount Vesuvius) and runs 90 minutes long. Unfortunately there's no word on pricing just yet, but keep your eyes peeled on Amazon when it officially releases. You can find the full tracklist for the OST in the spoiler below. Source: Capcom-Unity Will you be buying the DuckTales Remastered OST?
  22. While it's true that Capcom hasn't made any Mega Man games in a while, they haven't forgotten about the Blue Bomber just yet! Case in point - Capcom has announced that the six remaining Mega Man Gameboy games will be releasing during different weeks in May. These games include Mega Man II-V and both Mega Man Xtreme titles; the latter of which were remixed versions of the more popular Mega Man X titles that started on SNES. Of course, the first Mega Man Gameboy game was already released on the 3DS eShop a while back. Right now on Capcom-Unity you can vote on which game you'd like to see release first next month, so be sure to check it out if you're interested. Source: Capcom-Unity Are you looking forward to playing any of the remaining Gameboy Mega Man games?
  23. Monster Hunter 4 released in Japan last September and has been taking the country by storm ever since, which isn't too surprising considering that the Monster Hunter series is regularly one of the highest-selling franchises next to Pokemon and Puzzle & Dragon. It was even one of the few things in Capcom's portfolio that was a saving grace for the company in the midst of an under-performing year for their mobile division. So it comes as no surprise that Capcom would want to further capitalize on that success; at Monster Hunter Festa 13 they announced Monster Hunter 4G for release on 3DS this Fall in Japan, and save data from MH4 will be transferable. Series producer Ryozo Tsujimoto also announced through a video that Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate will be released in the West in early 2015 on 3DS. Tsujimoto also mentioned that this version of the game would include online play in addition to local play. For now, you can rest easy knowing that Monster Hunter 4 is finally confirmed as coming westward. Source: Siliconera (1, 2) Are you excited for Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate?
  24. In a recent letter discussing the company's 5-year outlook, Capcom CEO Kenzo Tsujimoto outlined a number of goals, including strengthening marketing strategies for downloadable content, mobile contents, online operations, and brand contents. Tsujimoto also mentioned that he'd like the company "to provide to as many people as possible a variety of products that take full advantage of Capcom's vast amount of content." One of the most interesting things he mentions in the letter, though, is that Capcom is planning to hire at least 100 new developers a year in order to give them an even stronger workforce. No mention was made as to how those new hires would be allocated; would they form entirely new development studios or be added to existing teams to help? We won't know for sure until later, it looks like. In the meantime, Tsujimoto mentioned that Monster Hunter 4 and pachislo machines have been strong performers for the company in the current fiscal year, but the mobile contents business has not met expectations. One has to wonder how much longer they will continue to pursue mobile development if it isn't working to their benefit.