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News: Devil May Cry's Dante And Lady Are Crossing Over To Monster Hunter Frontier G

Devil May Cry's Dante And Lady Are Crossing Over To Monster Hunter Frontier G

Cool new costumes and weapons for the online monster-slaying epic

Capcom has revealed that Monster Hunter Frontier G — the MMORPG version of its popular beast-killing franchise — is getting some Devil May Cry-related content. Dante’s costume is for sword users of level seven or higher, and offers two different blades: Rebellion I and...

News: Proposed Ghosts 'N Goblins Reboot Is Cancelled Following An Intellectual Property Dispute

Proposed Ghosts 'N Goblins Reboot Is Cancelled Following An Intellectual Property Dispute

Not all that shocking, really

Remember the Kickstarter campaign we reported on a while back about a possible reboot of Capcom's Ghosts 'n Goblins? The team behind the project stated that they would try and produce the game with or without Capcom's blessing, but did say that even if the Japanese giant refused to become involved, the name of the title...

News: Capcom Unity's Christmas Card Design Gets Festive With Monster Hunter

Capcom Unity's Christmas Card Design Gets Festive With Monster Hunter

Cute and not deadly

It's the season of giving, and we can expect game companies to give us attractive image files of Christmas greetings; it's not quite a shiny new game wrapped in festive paper but, still, it's the best that's on offer. Capcom Unity's approach this year was to run a contest for its readers to design the company's official card,...

News: Festive Monster Hunter UK Meet-Up To Include Awesome Nintendo Prizes

Festive Monster Hunter UK Meet-Up To Include Awesome Nintendo Prizes

Serious hunting ahead

The ongoing absence of Western localisation news for Monster Hunter 4 may be a sore point for fans of the franchise, but it's clear that the series does have a core of dedicated fans outside of Japan. We don't know whether Capcom deems that fanbase to be sufficient as yet, but nevertheless online matches can still be organised...

News: Ace Attorney Producer Wants To Revive Capcom's Final Fight

Ace Attorney Producer Wants To Revive Capcom's Final Fight

Motohide Eshiro also wants to revisit Devil May Cry and Shadow of Rome

Motohide Eshiro is the producer of Capcom's recent 3DS offering Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies, and has worked in a wide range of roles at the company, including a programmer, director and planner. Given this wealth of experience, it seems only fair to ask which...

News: Capcom's 3DS Smash Hit Monster Hunter 4 Is Venturing Outside Of Japan

Capcom's 3DS Smash Hit Monster Hunter 4 Is Venturing Outside Of Japan

Between this and Gangnam Style, South Korea has it all

In sometimes quiet and subtle ways, Nintendo has been expanding its presence in the Korean market ever since opening a new division of the company in Seoul back in 2006 and enthralling Korean gamers with many of its major software releases. In the case of Animal Crossing: New Leaf, the game saw...

Review: Goof Troop (Super Nintendo)

Goof Troop (Super Nintendo)

Gawrsh!

In the late '80s and early '90s Capcom created a range of games, based on Disney franchises, for the NES and SNES. The likes of Darkwing Duck, Chip 'n' Dale Rescue Rangers and DuckTales all made appearances, the latter of which has even been given the HD treatment for modern systems, including Wii U. One of the more interesting titles was...

News: Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies Proves That Capcom Really Needs To Hire More Proofreaders

Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies Proves That Capcom Really Needs To Hire More Proofreaders

Spell to get well

Not so long ago, Capcom caused a few unintentional guffaws with its Resident Evil: Revelations packaging spelling error. You'd think that dropping such a notable clanger would encourage the firm to subsequently keep a close eye on its spelling, but having spent a while with Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies on the 3DS,...

Weirdness: Japanese YouTuber Dresses Up As Mega Man, Powers Up Via Electric Shocks

Japanese YouTuber Dresses Up As Mega Man, Powers Up Via Electric Shocks

It's one way to celebrate the Blue Bomber's 25th, we guess

As we all know, Mega Man turns 25 this year. Capcom is doing its bit by re-releasing classic adventures on the Wii U and 3DS Virtual Console services, but what fans really want is an all-new Mega Man outing. They may well be getting it, too — although in the form of Mighty No.9, which is a...

News: Resident Evil Revelations And Mercenaries Are Half Price On The eShop Over Halloween

Resident Evil Revelations And Mercenaries Are Half Price On The eShop Over Halloween

A nice treat for North American Wii U and 3DS owners

It's that time of year again where people dress as werewolves and other spooky monsters, carve scary faces into pumpkins and dish out candy on Animal Crossing. Yes, it's Halloween and there are plenty of frightful franchises out there to get stuck into over the season, with Resident Evil being...

News: Capcom Issues Update On Game Boy Mega Man Titles Heading To 3DS Virtual Console

Capcom Issues Update On Game Boy Mega Man Titles Heading To 3DS Virtual Console

They're on the way, Mega Man X2 could also be possible

Capcom is celebrating a lot this year, with the company itself reaching its 30th anniversary and Mega Man hitting his 25th birthday. While the Blue Bomber hasn't had a new game to celebrate the occasion, he is to be a playable character in the upcoming Super Smash Bros. on Wii U and 3DS and...

News: Capcom Celebrates 30 Years With New Character Encyclopedia

Capcom Celebrates 30 Years With New Character Encyclopedia

Full of artwork and details for around 200 characters

Capcom has plenty of franchises under its belt, with the likes of Mega Man, Street Fighter and Resident Evil to name a few. You could probably create a whole encyclopedia detailing every single character that's ever graced a title from the company. Well, wouldn't you know it? Someone actually...

News: Monster Hunter 4 Surpasses Three Million Sales in Japan

Monster Hunter 4 Surpasses Three Million Sales in Japan

Including download numbers

As we've reported in recent weeks, Monster Hunter 4 has been achieving particularly impressive sales since its launch in Japan, moving quickly towards Capcom's targets. The company had anticipated 2.8 million sales by the end of March 2014, yet has now confirmed that the title has already surpassed three million sales at...

Review: Final Fight (Wii U eShop / Super Nintendo)

Final Fight (Wii U eShop / Super Nintendo)

Because the world needs more wrestling mayors

Back in the late '80s and early '90s — when arcades were still the biggest draw for dedicated gamers — Capcom was the company to beat when it came to coin-op success. It produced a string of classics around this time, most of which saw conversions on the popular home consoles of the period. While...

News: Capcom Europe To Axe More Than Half Its Workforce Due To Major Restructuring

Capcom Europe To Axe More Than Half Its Workforce Due To Major Restructuring

Forced by the "changing market conditions the industry is facing"

MCV is reporting that Capcom Europe is to cut "more than half" of its workforce in a major restructuring campaign. The move comes after a similar move in the US, and follows a disappointing year for the company which saw titles like Lost Planet 3, Resident Evil 6 and DmC: Devil May...