Capcom's Ultra Street Fighter IV is finally the making the leap to the current console generation. PlayStation 4 owners will be able to purchase their very own copy next month.Click To Continue Reading
The Ultra Street Fighter IV PS4 release date is May 26th, 2015, announced Capcom. Previously the game was released for Xbox 360, PS3 & PC. However Ultra Street Fighter IV will NOT be coming to Xbox One, as Sony has gained the console-exclusive rights for Street Fighter, including the upcoming Street Fighter V. Check out...
Capcom is preparing the next big installment of the Street Fighter series, but that's a long way out. So in the meantime, they're preparing to release Ultra Street Fighter IV on Sony's next-gen console. The most recent installment of...Show More Summary
Ultra Street Fighter 4 will be released on PlayStation 4 in May, Capcom has announced. All characters, levels and previous DLC will be included in the PS4 version, including a fix to input lag found in the PS3 version’s controls. The fighting game will be released digitally on the PS Store May 26 for $24.99 […]
Ultra Street Fighter IV is coming to PlayStation 4 on May 26, Sony just announced. Capcom is asking for $24.99 for the latest revision, which comes packaged with all the characters, levels, and DLC created for the fighter since it first...Show More Summary
Ultra Street Fighter 4 will be heading to the PlayStation 4 on May 26th. The port, being handled by Other Ocean Interactive, brings over all the DLC and all the characters Capcom's fighter accumulated across its numerous versions last...Show More Summary
Hello, fight fans! Are you ready to get your game on with Ultra Street Fighter IV for PS4? The amazing team at Other Ocean Interactive is putting the final touches on this fantastic version of the Capcom classic. I'd love to get it to you sooner, but honestly, we're playing it too much, so you'll just have to wait!
Mega Man might not be in a new game any time soon, but he still has some new gear fans can buy. ThinkGeek’s Mega Buster is a life-sized cosplay prop of Mega Man’s […]
Coming from Keiji Inafune... “Make a Rockman for the Super Famicom.” There I was, just enjoying another lazy Spring afternoon, when the order came down. “R, Rockman? on the Super Famicom? You want me to handle that…?!” Ah, what was I...Show More Summary
Worlds are set to collide once again with the upcoming strategy RPG, Project X Zone. Just as in the first game, the storied franchises of Bandai Namco, Sega, and Capcom are slated to come together again. While the initial announcement...Show More Summary
It doesn't take an otaku to see the appeal of J-Stars Victory Vs+. It features a host of famous anime characters, from Kenshin to Goku to Naruto. It's like the Marvel vs. Capcom of Sh?nen Jump properties, a magazine that's been going...Show More Summary
About a year ago we teamed up with Nintendo of America to bring you Mega May, a month-long block of Virtual Console releases starring everyone's favorite Blue Bomber. A big part of Mega May was asking you guys which game you wanted to...Show More Summary
Capcom's fighting game franchise, "Street Fighter," remains one of the most popular video games today. Its latest iteration, "Street Fighter IV," which was released in 2008 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, received multiple accolades including "Best Graphics" and "Best Production" awards from several gaming review publications.
Imagine for a moment if pretty much every cool Capcom, Sega, and Namco character you have ever seen or played with got stuffed into one fighting game? That has happened before with the first version of this game, but honestly, Zone 2 looks even more insane and over the top. Show More Summary
Capcom has announced Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate has surpassed one million units shipped in Europe and North America. The figure includes both retail and Nintendo eShop sales for 3DS. Monster Hunter fans have bought over 32 million units of the franchise worldwide as of February 16, 2015. According to Capcom, demo downloads and free DLC […]
The days of Sonic the Hedgehog being confined to his own, Sega-centric universe are long over --- he's met Mega Man in comics and done Olympic events with Mario in games --- but the speedy blue guy has quite possibly never been to aShow More Summary
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate is the first game in Capcom's long-in-the-monster-tooth series to ship 1m copies in Europe and North America. That figure includes physical copies shipped and digital copies downloaded via the 3DS eShop. Monster Hunter passed its 10th anniversary last year, but has only recently found a significant following in Europe. Read more…
Capcom Co., Ltd. (Capcom) today announced that overseas shipments of "Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate" for the Nintendo 3DS™ ("Monster Hunter 4G" in Japan) have surpassed one million units shipped in Europe and North America. These shipments...Show More Summary
VideoWhen I was 15, I discovered a game called Street Fighter II: The World Warrior at my neighborhood 7-11. It was my first blush with Capcom's fighting series, but it sparked a relationship that's lasted nearly 24 years. Every day after school, I'd take a slight detour to stock up on Skittles and [...]
With the full season of Resident Evil Revelations 2 out now on nearly every major platform, Capcom is (sort of) ready to talk about the Vita. A recent post on the PlayStation Blog some light was finally shed on the Vita port, which is being handled by Frima Studio. While they’re not yet ready to […]