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News: Get Your Special Resident Evil Miis Now

Get Your Special Resident Evil Miis Now

Straight from Tokyo Games Show

Nintendo might have been a no-show at TGS this year, but there's still a neat little surprise for 3DS owners. Around the show floor, Capcom placed some special Resident Evil Revelations adverts, each bearing a QR code. Scan these with your 3DS and surprise — you get a special Mii with shiny gold trousers based on one...

News: Meet Resident Evil Revelations' Rachel in Extended Trailer

Meet Resident Evil Revelations' Rachel in Extended Trailer

Longer and uncut

Resident Evil Revelations is one of our most anticipated 3DS games of 2012, and that was before we saw the trailer below that looks to make some of the best use of the stereoscopic 3D since Dead or Alive: Dimensions. The trailer below may not contain any gameplay footage, but the quality of the animation is undeniable, even if we haven't quite figured out how Rachel manages to see..

News: There's Hope for Layton vs. Phoenix Wright Outside Japan

There's Hope for Layton vs. Phoenix Wright Outside Japan

Another mystery to investigate

The thought of seeing two of gaming's greatest minds face-off in Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright is the reason we get out of bed in the morning, but when it was revealed that Ace Attorney Investigations 2 wouldn't come Westward some were worried that future mental mastery wouldn't make it out of Japan either. Now...

News: Hear the Roar of More Monster Hunter 3G Shots and Details

Hear the Roar of More Monster Hunter 3G Shots and Details

Unless you're using earplugs

Monster Hunter 3 G is coming to 3DS, and it's bringing new features, monsters and more along with it. Aside from the opinion-splitting analogue stick add-on the game will offer a form of lock-on camera control using the touch screen. When a large monster enters the area, tapping the target icon will activate the feature: press L and your view will automatically centre..

News: Famitsu Leads with More Monster Hunter Tri G 3DS Details

Famitsu Leads with More Monster Hunter Tri G 3DS Details

Bigger and better?

When revealing the 3DS Circle Pad add-on, Famitsu also confirmed the existence of one of the most-requested 3DS games: Monster Hunter Tri G, an expanded version of Wii adventure Monster Hunter 3 (~Tri). The magazine reports that unlike PSP's Monster Hunter Portable 3rd the 3DS version will retain the underwater combat introduced in the Wii game, although apparently the controls..

Rumour: Monster Hunter Tri G To Be Revealed Next Week

Monster Hunter Tri G To Be Revealed Next Week

It's that time again

Every man and his dog is predicting a Monster Hunter reveal for 3DS soon: Mizuho Security pegged it for TGS 2011, and now another rumour has reared its monstrous head, claiming we'll see the game shown off next week. The source of the rumour is an anonymous Internet poster claiming to work for the Computer Entertainment...

News: Analyst Predicts Monster Hunter Announcement at TGS 2011

Analyst Predicts Monster Hunter Announcement at TGS 2011

Here we go again

Every time a major games event comes around, the rumour mill fires up to maximum efficiency and churns out a sludgy stream of hype and nonsense, in which one may occasionally find a glimmering diamond of truth. With Tokyo Games Show a few weeks away, Japanese analyst Mizuho Securities has predicted a big announcement from Capcom at the show, and has increased its predicted share..

News: ESRB Rates Mega Man X2 for Virtual Console

ESRB Rates Mega Man X2 for Virtual Console

More love for Mega Man

With the re-release of Mega Man X on the Wii's Virtual Console back in April, it looks like the X series is set to return as a classification from the Entertainment Software Rating Board suggests, Tucked away within the ESRB website is a rating for Mega Man X2. Originally released on the SNES back in 1994, the action platformer was also made available on the GameCube as part..

News: Capcom Sets Three Game Boy Games Onto 3DS VC

Capcom Sets Three Game Boy Games Onto 3DS VC

Gargoyle's Quest next week

Capcom has supported Virtual Console on Wii for years, so it's good to see it getting behind the 3DS Virtual Console with the same gusto. The company has just announced its line-up of 3DS Virtual Console games for the rest of the year, with some quality titles in there. Next week in Europe sees the release of Gargoyle's...

News: Capcom Lets Loose New Shots of Resident Evil: Revelations

Capcom Lets Loose New Shots of Resident Evil: Revelations

Rocking the boat

It may be a journalistic cliché to say that a game represents a "return to the series' roots", but in the case of Resident Evil Revelations, it seems apt. Capcom just granted us access to a series of previously classified materials, including new screenshots, trailers and information about the survival horror game. With an early 2012 release date rubber-stamped on the..

News: Capcom Talks Street Fighter X Tekken, SSFIV3D:AE on 3DS

Capcom Talks Street Fighter X Tekken, SSFIV3D:AE on 3DS

So many letters

Right off the bat, Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition sold well, topping the 3DS charts and becoming the best-selling third party game on the machine. Producer and self-confessed Blanka lover Yoshinori Ono recently spoke about more Capcom fighters coming to the machine, including crossover scrapper Street Fighter X Tekken. While Ono said the game is "possible", he first..

News: Solatorobo Dev Would Like to Work on Mega Man Legends 3

Solatorobo Dev Would Like to Work on Mega Man Legends 3

A glimmer of hope?

CyberConnect2, the developer behind the acclaimed Solatorobo: Red the Hunter, is currently collaborating with Capcom on Asura's Wrath for PlayStation 3 and XBOX 360, but what would CEO and President Hiroshi Matsuyama like to work on next? When posed the question recently, his answer was none other than the freshly cancelled fan-driven Mega Man Legends 3. It would be Mega Man..

News: Capcom Apologises for Poorly Worded Tweet

Capcom Apologises for Poorly Worded Tweet

"We'd never ever blame fans"

Last night, Capcom Europe responded to fan inquiries regarding the cancellation of Mega Man Legends 3 with a Tweet that it's now admitting was perhaps not the right choice of words: it's a shame the fans didn't want to get more involved :-( if we saw there was an audience for MML3 people might change minds Now the...

News: Capcom Could Show Wii U Creations at Tokyo Games Show

Capcom Could Show Wii U Creations at Tokyo Games Show

Capcom COO cagey

The third party Wii U games video shown at E3 had plenty of talking heads, but not all of them had games to show off. Some big names weren't present at all however, with Capcom a notable absentee from the jollity. That could all change in September though, according to Capcom COO David Reeves. In a recent interview with MEGamers, Reeves suggests the company may have something to..

News: It's OK Mega Man Fans, Dr Wily's Revenge is Imminent

It's OK Mega Man Fans, Dr Wily's Revenge is Imminent

Some light at the end of the tunnel

Disappointed that Mega Man Legends 3 is cancelled? You'll still get to try some Mega Man goodness on your 3DS this year at least, as the ESRB has rated Mega Man: Dr. Wily's Revenge. While of course age ratings aren't cast-iron release confirmations — PEGI rated Mega Man Legends 3: Prototype Version after all —...

News: Mega Man Legends 3 Cancelled

Mega Man Legends 3 Cancelled

Goodbye, devroom

Mega Man Legends 3 has easily become one of the more interesting projects in development for the 3DS, with its influence on fan input in the form of an interactive online devroom, votes to decide character designs and more and an announced Prototype Version, once planned to launch alongside the eShop, which would showcase the game...

News: Here's How You Play Capcom's 3D Sound Game

Here's How You Play Capcom's 3D Sound Game

You know, Nazo Waku Mansion

Capcom's Nazo Waku Mansion isn't content with just 3D graphics — it's using 3D sound too, along with almost every other 3DS feature imaginable, as you can see in this video below. The young lady playing the game uses the console's gyro sensor, motion detection, microphone, touch screen and more in ways that include pushing a child on a swing, DJing at a concert,..