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First Impressions: Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D

Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D

The franchise's first 3DS outing is familiar territory for fans

Of the two games in the horror series slated for 3DS, Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D is at first blush the least interesting. Where Resident Evil: Revelations looks to be taking the atmosphere back to the series’ spooky roots, Mercenaries is a complete embracement of the third-person shooting action of the franchise’s modern..

First Impressions: Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition

Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition

Indestructible

You have to go back a long time to find the last time a Street Fighter title appeared on a Nintendo console – Street Fighter Alpha 3 on the GameBoy Advance in 2002, in fact. Now Capcom is once again giving Nintendo fans a portable port of its famous fighter with Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition. We went toe-to-toe with the title and producer Yoshinori Ono at Nintendo's Discover..

News: Super Street Fighter IV 3D Takes the Fight to the World

Super Street Fighter IV 3D Takes the Fight to the World

"Lag-free" online promised

Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated 3DS titles, making use of many of the machine's new features, including its Internet capabilities. Capcom is promising a lag-free and fully-developed online experience for the title, as detailed at AndriaSang. Taking the Arcade Request feature from its big console brethren, even if you're..

News: Cross Everything and This Monster Hunter 3DS Rumour May Come True

Cross Everything and This Monster Hunter 3DS Rumour May Come True

Wait and see

Monster Hunter's spiritual home is on the PSP, where its many incarnations have sold countless millions in Japan, and far fewer copies elsewhere in the world. Last year saw its first appearance on a Nintendo console with the formidable Monster Hunter 3 (~Tri), a critical success, and since the revelation of the 3DS fans of the series have been insisting Capcom bring the series to..

News: Get Your Hands On a Ghost Trick DS Demo Right Now

Get Your Hands On a Ghost Trick DS Demo Right Now

Update: Now live in Europe

Not content with offering a free Flash demo of upcoming supernatural puzzler Ghost Trick, Capcom is now giving DS owners in North America a chance to try out the title with a downloadable demo. To get your stylus on the new demo, fire up your Wii and head over to the Nintendo Channel, and be sure to let us know what you make of it. Today, Capcom is excited to let you..

News: Pull Up a Chair and Get Acquainted with Okamiden's Cast

Pull Up a Chair and Get Acquainted with Okamiden's Cast

Susano, Kushi, Issun and more

If you've played Okami you're probably already familiar with many of the characters in Capcom's upcoming DS spin-off Okamiden, but here's a few videos to remind you and fill in any gaps just in case. Okamiden reaches North America on March 15th, with a European release date to follow on March 18th. Kushi video Susano video Issun video Sakayu video

News: Claire Redfield Joins the Resident Evil Mercenaries Gang

Claire Redfield Joins the Resident Evil Mercenaries Gang

Worried about infection? Get your shots here

Capcom sure is good to us, no? With the upcoming 3DS we're not getting one, but two Resident Evil games, and initial details are now ready to be shared with regards to the more action-orientated Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D. The game is a packaged instalment of The Mercenaries, a mode that was first included in Resident Evil 3: Nemesis on the..

News: Resident Evil: Revelations Returns to Series' Exploration Roots

Resident Evil: Revelations Returns to Series' Exploration Roots

Oh, can you smell the fear?

The E3 announcement trailer of Resident Evil: Revelations had gamers scratching their heads over the identity of the mysterious man held captive by protagonists Jill Valentine and Chris Redfield, among other unanswered questions. It's a good thing that Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu has had a chat with some of the production staff then, because now we finally have some..

News: Tatsunoko vs. Capcom Blocked Marvel vs Capcom 3's Wii Attack

Tatsunoko vs. Capcom Blocked Marvel vs Capcom 3's Wii Attack

One VS game only, please

It's a pretty one-sided fight, but even so Tatsunoko vs. Capcom is by far the Wii's greatest fighting game. The main hope for competition came from Capcom's upcoming Marvel vs. Capcom 3, which regrettably is not heading to Wii. Why? Let Capcom's Christian Svensson explain all. Why isn't MvC3 coming to the Wii? Svensson: The...

News: Get a Taste of Ghost Trick With Free Flash Demo

Get a Taste of Ghost Trick With Free Flash Demo

Who did the killing?

Ghost Trick isn't far away now, so if your excitement is reaching supernatural heights you might want to check out this free Flash demo from Capcom that will help ease you into the game's unique universe. With plenty of cheeky dialogue and some moderately mind-bending puzzles it's well worth a play even if you're not particularly interested in Shu Takumi's next adventure. Ghost..

News: Six Capcom Arcade Classics Launching on VC this Winter

Six Capcom Arcade Classics Launching on VC this Winter

Keeping the download service strong

As revealed at Comic-Con, New York this year, Capcom is planning on bringing some previously Japan-only Virtual Console titles to the West and, if all goes well, we will be tucking into some retro classics this Winter. Currently, there are six titles scheduled for release in North America and Europe, and from the most recent press release, here are some summaries..

News: Okamiden Gives Europe Reason to be Cheerful in March

Okamiden Gives Europe Reason to be Cheerful in March

US on March 15th, EU on March 18th

Capcom's wolf goddess 'em up Okamiden has just received a confirmed European release date of March 18th 2011, as well as final – and very oriental – box art. Capcom has also announced a new competition on the official Okami Facebook page, inviting entrants to draw their own "goblin face" to win a 3DS, copy of the game, plush Chibiterasu toys and much..

News: Nintendo & Capcom Team Up to Spook European Gamers With Ghost Trick

Nintendo & Capcom Team Up to Spook European Gamers With Ghost Trick

Phantom detectives to start their investigations from 14th January

Nintendo has confirmed that it has signed a distribution deal with Capcom for its upcoming European release of Ghost Trick Phantom Detective on the DS. It's not the first time Nintendo has stepped in to help out a third-party title; the most recent collaboration between the two was...

News: Drool at this Professor Layton vs Phoenix Wright Trailer

Drool at this Professor Layton vs Phoenix Wright Trailer

Such lovely animation

You know when Level 5 is involved you're going to get some high quality animation, but this animated trailer for the upcoming Professor Layton & Phoenix Wright crossover for 3DS is possibly the studio's best work yet. Why? Because it features more top hats, finger-pointing and Objection!-shouting than anything we've ever...

News: Phoenix Wright and Professor Layton Team Up on 3DS

Phoenix Wright and Professor Layton Team Up on 3DS

Dream match never ends! And so on

Get ready to pit your wits against two of the smartest characters ever to grace a Nintendo handheld: Phoenix Wright and Professor Layton are set to match up on 3DS. Officially called Professor VS Gyakuten Saiban, at the moment very little else is known, but it'll apparently be a combination of crime mystery and...

News: Tap Into Details of Super Street Fighter IV 3D's Touchscreen Controls

Tap Into Details of Super Street Fighter IV 3D's Touchscreen Controls

Like a programmable pad, but flatter

Hardened Street Fighter II veterans may remember the days of programmable pads and the arguments that arose from their use in even the most casual of competitions. Essentially these pads let you "record" button inputs, making it easier to perform complex moves with a tap of a single button. Upcoming 3DS scrapper Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition will..

News: Fans to Have Direct Input in Mega Man Legends 3 Project

Fans to Have Direct Input in Mega Man Legends 3 Project

Capcom reveals what this "project" entails

When Capcom announced that they were working on a Mega Man Legends 3 project for 3DS, we took this to mean that the name of the upcoming game had yet to be decided. It's now been revealed that the word means much more; as Capcom's website explains, "'Project' is in the title for a reason." As explained at the recent New York City Comic Con by..

News: Capcom Reveals Virtual Console Arcade Support in the West

Capcom Reveals Virtual Console Arcade Support in the West

Finally some more arcade classics

It took a while, but Capcom has finally revealed that, yes, it is also planning to release a bunch of its arcade titles on the Virtual Console outside Japan. We already discovered some of the titles a while ago, but it's now added one more game to the list. Listed on a small poster in Capcom's booth at the Comic-Con in New York are a total of six titles it plans to..

News: Find Chibiterasu in New York, Win a Chibiterasu Plush

Find Chibiterasu in New York, Win a Chibiterasu Plush

Missing: legendary god in wolf form. Reward: toys.

Anyone in the New York area who fancies a bit of a treasure hunt may want to keep their eyes peeled for this poster of a missing Chibiterasu, star of Capcom's Okamiden, for the chance to win a plush keyring of the lupine goddess. The first three people to find the poster, take a photo of themselves next to it and share it via the official Okami..

News: Capcom's Okamiden Limps to Retail in Japan

Capcom's Okamiden Limps to Retail in Japan

DS sequel lags behind PS2 and Wii versions in day one sales

We're absolute suckers for cute animals here at Nintendo Life so the high expectations we hold for Capcom's DS title Okamiden are entirely understandable - it's just a shame that Japan doesn't seem to feel the same way. First-day sales figures for the Okami sequel suggest that only 10,000 copies have made their way into the sweaty palms of..