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Capcom Reveals Price And Release Info For RE4 HD and RE: Code Veronica HD [Video]

Some of the older Resident Evil games haven’t really stood the test of time that well but two that have are Resident Evil: Code Veronica and Resident Evil 4.  Since Capcom knows that people adore both of those entries in the RE franchise they surprised us all with the announcement that both games would be receiving HD upgrades for the PSN and XBLA.

Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Announced, Now with Spoilers!

It begins again! Capcom has become a big, BIG fan of releasing and then continuously re-releasing their big fighting franchises. I guess that’s not really new, but it’s only of late that I’ve started to really become annoyed by it. In the modern era of downloadable content, reselling me the same game over and over with a bit of new content each time is starting to feel more and more like a d*ck move. Or is that just me?

Two More Characters Are Revealed For Street Fighter X Tekken

The hype around Street Fighter X Tekken has been incredibly high and justifiably so since we’re getting a dream match-up that is hardly seen in gaming.  For year’s gamers had wondered what it would be like to see the characters of Street Fighter and Tekken square off against one another and now we’re finally getting such a thing in Street Fighter X Tekken and it looks amazing.

An Open Letter to Capcom

Listen, Capcom. We've been friends for a very long time. Remember you, me, and Mega Man 2? I sure do. We played lots of Mega Man together. Those were good times. We've been close, you and I, so I hope you can understand my disappointment with you today.

When Mega Man Universe finally got cancelled, I can't pretend I was surprised. It was a good idea, but the endeavour seemed like more than I expected you guys to put out. It sucked, but I got over it. See? I can be very forgiving.

Asura's Wrath Goes All Sci-Fi On Us In This New Gameplay Video

If there was one thing that I’m disappointed about it’s that I didn’t get a chance to play Asura’s Wrath at E3 last month.  At first I didn’t notice the game was at Capcom’s booth but apparently it was one of the many games that was playable yet I didn’t see it until after E3 was over and done with, thus I felt like kicking myself in the face.

Capcom's Head European Honcho Updates Us On Their Plans For The PlayStation Vita

The software library for the PlayStation Vita is already shaping up to be amazing but so far a good chunk of those titles are all 1st party efforts from Sony.  Several 3rd party publishers have jumped aboard or at least have committed to supporting Sony’s new handheld such as Electronic Arts and even small indie firms such as Capybara Games but so far we’re still in the dark as to what 3rd party developers are prepping and how deep they’re investing power and time into the PlayStation Vita.

Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D [Review]

Overall Feeling: 

Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D is kind of the definition of "short and sweet." While there isn't much in terms of gameplay or story, there's enough to keep you entertained for short-term gaming sessions of a few minutes or an hour. Improving on your score, trying new characters and buffs will give you the option of replay... but if you're someone that doesn't dig on beating their own scores over and over, you'll lose interest rather quick.

The Pros: 

+Quick challenges for fun short-term gaming.

+Controls translate well to the 3DS new button/stick layout.

+Plenty of unlocks to bring interest into replay

+Addictive short-form gaming that leads to self-competion in the long-run.

The Cons: 

-3D is easily lost (more so than other titles on the 3DS).

-The game is SUPER short. 

-No option to delete save file so sharing/reselling the game isn't likely.

ShogunGamer.com Rating : 
7

Whenever a new platform is released, from Nintendo in particular, the first response from the majority of publishers is always to post out smaller, bite-sized, mini-game-esque test games to get an idea of how their tech can integrate with the new platform. Most ‘hard-core’ gamers will immediately dismiss these titles, and wait on something for a little more substance.

Is There A Devil May Cry HD Collection Incoming? [RUMOR]

Gamers have two new upcoming PS2 game HD collections to add to their library when Konami announced a couple of weeks ago their Silent Hill and Metal Gear Solid HD collection.

Now according to a Spanish online video game retailer, XtraLife.es, Capcom could be adding one of their own to the PS2 HD collection madness with the Devil May Cry series. The site had a listing (which now has been removed) for a Devil May Cry HD Collection which was scheduled to release on November 30th for PS3 (only PS3 version listed).

Resident Evil: Revelations - Hands-On [E3 2011]

The Resident Evil franchise is one of the rare video game mega franchises that we’ve seen shift multiple genres.  Starting out as a slow and methodical horror game, Resident Evil soon grew to become a FPS game, a multiplayer based online adventure, and a straight-up survival action game once Resident Evil 4 was finally released.  Over the years there has been a constant debate as to the direction Capcom has taken with the Resident Evil franchise as some gamers absolutely abhor the action heavy direction the series has taken in its

Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City - Hands-On [E3 2011]

The Resident Evil franchise may be one of the longest running video game series in recent memory, but that doesn’t mean that we’ve been faced with the same zombie action for almost two decades.  When the first Resident Evil game premiered on the PlayStation in 1996, the game was unlike anything we had seen before.  Somehow a video game that had actual zombies in a 3D setting managed to scare the hell out of us and we all loved the game for that.

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