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News: Aussie Rating Outs Wii U Virtual Console Release Of Capcom's Onimusha Tactics

Aussie Rating Outs Wii U Virtual Console Release Of Capcom's Onimusha Tactics

Game Boy Advance strategy spin-off is getting a second chance

Thanks to a rating on the Australian Board of Classification, we can reveal that Capcom's 2003 Onimusha spin-off Onimusha Tactics is coming to the Wii U Virtual Console. Based on the popular Onimusha series of action titles, this Game Boy Advance release takes place on a grid-based...

News: Nintendo To Distribute Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate In Europe And Australia

Nintendo To Distribute Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate In Europe And Australia

Just like it did with Monster Hunter 3, in fact

Nintendo has confirmed today that it will be handling the publishing duties for Capcom's forthcoming 3DS title Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate. Capcom will remain the publisher of the game, but Nintendo will take control of sales, marketing, PR and distribution throughout European territories and Australia...

News: Creator Shu Takumi Testifies on Ace Attorney Writing Process

Creator Shu Takumi Testifies on Ace Attorney Writing Process

And how the popularity of a certain prosecutor shook things up

In honor of the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy being announced for the 3DS eShop later this year, Official Nintendo Magazine has published its full interview with series creator Shu Takumi on its website. The interview is a meaty read for Ace Attorney fans, offering plenty of...

News: Capcom Could Be Up For Sale After Shareholders Reject Anti-Takeover Plan

Capcom Could Be Up For Sale After Shareholders Reject Anti-Takeover Plan

Yoshinori Ono also resigns from Capcom Vancouver

Since 2008, Japanese developer Capcom has had a takeover defence plan in place to stop the company from being bought out by other parties, and this has been renewed every two years since. It outlined several options for the company should it be faced by a potential large-scale share investor, and one...

E3 2014: Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney to Finally Have Its Day in North America

Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney to Finally Have Its Day in North America

Slated for a 29th August release

One of our time's greatest mysteries has finally been solved: When in the blue-suited, top-hatted blazes will Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney finally make it to North America!? The answer, dear friends, came following the Nintendo Digital Event. North American puzzle-lovers can look forward to...

News: Slew of Capcom Titles Announced for North American and European Virtual Consoles

Slew of Capcom Titles Announced for North American and European Virtual Consoles

Including Demon's Crest and loads of Mega Man

Capcom lifted the floodgates on its Virtual Console lineup through its Unity blog today, announcing 18 retro titles on their way to North America and/or Europe by the end of the year. A few titles anticipated for later release were also revealed. Mega Man makes up the metal bulk of the coming games...

News: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy Case Begins on 3DS eShop in Winter 2014

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy Case Begins on 3DS eShop in Winter 2014

Screens, details and a trailer released

Japanese 3DS owners have had a chance to enjoy Ace Attorney 123: Wright Selection for over a month, a remastered compilation of the first three games in the popular Capcom series. In exciting news the company has now confirmed Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy for a release in the West, arriving exclusively...

News: Fans Plan a Revival of Mega Man Legends 3

Fans Plan a Revival of Mega Man Legends 3

Of course...

Those that were there at the beginning of the 3DS era, in Spring 2011, may remember the buzz around Mega Man Legends 3, the series exclusive from Capcom. It was hyped as a coup for the system, though Capcom was getting cold feet as 3DS sales initially struggled and, in all likelihood, had doubts regardless of hardware performance. We...

Review: Street Fighter Alpha 2 (Wii U eShop / Super Nintendo)

Street Fighter Alpha 2 (Wii U eShop / Super Nintendo)

Akuma Matata

Street Fighter II casts an indelibly long shadow over the rest of Capcom's fighting games from the 1990s. First launched in 1991, SFII in all its Super and Turbo varieties has become synonymous with the Street Fighter franchise, a cultural touchstone the series wasn't truly able to move past until the launch of the successful Street...

Video: Capcom's Mega May Spotlight Shows Off The 3DS Virtual Console Mega Man Releases

Capcom's Mega May Spotlight Shows Off The 3DS Virtual Console Mega Man Releases

See what's on offer

If you happen to be a Mega Man fan with a 3DS in North America, then May has potentially been your favourite gaming month in some time. Capcom has been running its Mega May event, which has basically meant releasing the various Game Boy series entries to the Virtual Console, with a couple of Game Boy Color titles thrown in. It's...

News: Gargoyle's Quest II Swoops Onto the Wii U Virtual Console in Japan

Gargoyle's Quest II Swoops Onto the Wii U Virtual Console in Japan

3DS or Wii U is fine in the West, really...

So, Gargoyle's Quest II may be on its way to the Virtual Console in the West, perhaps. Up to now we've seen the NES version arrive on the 3DS Virtual Console in Japan, while it's been rated by the Australian Classification Board — it's on the cards, then. This sequel — a prequel in terms of the plot...

Review: Mega Man III (3DS eShop / Game Boy)

Mega Man III (3DS eShop / Game Boy)

Third time's the charm

After the fun but flawed Dr. Wily's Revenge and the almost thoroughly disappointing Mega Man II on Game Boy, Capcom made a serious and substantial course correction. The result is Mega Man III, and we couldn't be happier about that. Retaining the template from Dr. Wily's Revenge (two sets of Robot Masters, a new Mega Man...

News: Shu Takumi and Shintaro Kojima Shed Some Light On The Great Ace Attorney

Shu Takumi and Shintaro Kojima Shed Some Light On The Great Ace Attorney

Meiji-era setting helped developers focus on mystery

Earlier this week, Phoenix Wright fans got a sneak peek at the newest entry to the fan-favourite Ace Attorney franchise. In an interview with Famitsu, series creator Shu Takumi and producer Shintaro Kojima shed some light on the upcoming 3DS title The Great Ace Attorney, and why the development...

News: Capcom Unsheathes An Announcement Trailer For The New Ace Attorney Title

Capcom Unsheathes An Announcement Trailer For The New Ace Attorney Title

A new dawn for the law has arrived

Earlier in the week Famitsu teased the latest instalment in the Ace Attorney series, and the return of creator Shu Takumi as Director. Now Capcom has stepped up with an official announcement trailer to give further testimony on the intriguing Meiji era setting. Confirming suspicions, Dai Gyakuten Saiban -...

Video: Capcom Unleashes a New Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Trailer

Capcom Unleashes a New Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Trailer

Beastly

Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate is still a good while away from its early 2015 release in the West, but gamers in Japan can expect Monster Hunter 4 G this year; the same game by a different name. As with the previous generation, the G variation will include the same content as the original plus a whole lot more — the difference in volume between...

News: DuckTales: Remastered Digital Soundtrack Coming to Amazon

DuckTales: Remastered Digital Soundtrack Coming to Amazon

47-track album to go on sale later this month

Capcom has announced that the official game soundtrack for DuckTales: Remastered will be available to download from Amazon's MP3 store from 29 April. With 47 tracks and clocking in at around the 90-minute mark, the album will include both Jake Kaufman's remixes for the recent re-release, as well as...