Check out the two latest powerhouses to join the Marvel Vs. Capcom universe.
No, Capcom isn’t working with THQ to produce a Street Fighter Vs. WWE game. If Xbox 360 owners aren’t feeling the wrestling roster for WWE Smackdown vs. Raw 2011, they might be interested in downloading this 20+ set of Street Fighter IV characters/wrestlers courtesy of Youtube user jim784m. Live users can download these spot-on avatars … Read more
Marvel vs. Capcom fans should expect an official comic book tie-in for the upcoming MVC3: Fate of Two Worlds release, according to the dudes over at Shoryuken. Preview pages courtesy (better yet, allegedly illustrated) by Kevin Sharpe were leaked and hint at the possibility of two new characters added to the MVC3 roster—Galactus and Taskmaster. … Read more
The Nintendo 3DS is nearly three and a half months away from launch, and Capcom looks to bank on the 3D handheld by releasing two entries in the Resident Evil franchise—RE: Revalations and RE: The Mercenaries 3D.
Capcom promised they would announce five new titles at this year’s Tokyo Game Show. And here’s one announcement we all saw coming…a new Devil May Cry game. But is it a brand new entry…or a reboot? Also, is that Dante? Check out the trailer below:
All those 3DS fans looking to enjoy some Capcom titles going into the Nintendo 3DS launch might have to wait a little longer. According to Capcom’s investor Q&A, while announced at this year’s E3, Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition and Resident Evil: Revelations will not included in the company’s release plans for the fiscal … Read more
Who knew man’s best friend was so vicious. Resident Evil: Afterlife keeps looking better with every trailer.
Amaterasu aint playing right now. He’s really kicks some ass here!
And the Marvel vs. Capcom 3 leaks begins. Who makes the “proclaimed” cut? It’s unofficial for now, but either way, you can thank PS3 Gen for the entertainment value.
Those who pre-ordered Okami for the PS2 years back might remember receiving a nice origami set with their purchase. Ridiculously limited at the time, Capcom gives fans a a special treat by announcing a limited edition for the Nintendo DS follow-up: Okamiden. The Japan-only special includes a soundtrack, DVD, storybook w/ illustrations, plush figure keychian, … Read more