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Capcom reportedly lays off staff and cuts scope on next Dead Rising game

Capcom has reportedly laid off staff in its Vancouver office and cut back the scope of the next Dead Rising game. A source speaking with Kotaku stated that the reorganization also saw an unannounced project cancelled. According to the source who is familiar with the company, Capcom laid off close to 50 people from its […] Read More: Capcom reportedly lays off staff and cuts scope on next
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