Last we heard, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy HD for iOS had been delayed until July. July! But that date is history now, with Capcom revealing the compilation will be with us on May 30. That’s a heck of a lot sooner. More » ...
Fans of Capcom’s longstanding survival horror turned action horror turned action adventure franchise Resident Evil have been through a lot. It’s an audience that’s definitely grown over the years, but in doing so it’s also become fragmented. There are what I like to refer to as the “purists” who want the series to return to... Read More
Back when we first reviewed Capcom Arcade Cabinet we told you it would probably be best to just buy all the titles at once rather than dealing with the staggered releases of game packs. That time is now. You'll get all 15 games plus two bonus titles, all coming from the mid-1980s. Show More Summary
A few months ago, Capcom released a number of retro games for the Xbox Live Marketplace and PlayStation Network to celebrate its 30th anniversary. Initially, the games came in a freemium collection called …
The following info comes from Capcom USA’s Senior VP, Christian Svensson... On aggressive sales forecasts “Am I worried? I don’t think so. If fans really love the series and want to play the game in English, we’re expecting them to be there. Show More Summary
If you can muster the energy to think back to January of 2012 (that is a very long time ago in the mobile world) then you should remember the exciting announcement that Capcom was remastering and rereleasing the original Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney trilogy for iOS. The game was said to be coming "shortly," and [...]
Your patience has paid off, as today Capcom has issued the full Capcom Arcade Cabinet collection, a cheaper bundle of all 17 games previously issued in piecemeal packs or as individual downloads. The all-in-one pack is available starting...Show More Summary
The long-awaited iOS remakes of the Phoenix Wright trilogy are finally coming to the App Store. Capcom announced today that Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, along with direct sequels Justice for All and Trials and Tribulations, will be available for Apple devices on May 30th.
Project X Zone - the mammoth tri-publisher crossover between Capcom, Namco and Sega - has debuted its first demo on the European 3DS eShop. The initial demo, "Lethal Surprise," is set in Sakura Wars' Imperial Theater stage and it features characters from Sakura Wars, Cyberbots, Space Channel 5 and Valkyria Chronicles. Show More Summary
After the recent delay announcement, you probably thought you'd have to wait until the dog days of summer to play the Ace Attorney HD Trilogy on your iOS device. But you just HOLD IT! right there, mister, because Capcom has doubled back on that announcement and now says the compilation is due next week instead. Show More Summary
Remember Me is a video game published by Capcom set in the year 2084 in a futuristic Neo-Paris. The main character, Nilin, works for a mega-corporation called MEMORIZE that can record, alter, and steal memories using the Sensen implant when her memories are wiped and she joins a resistance movement known as the Errorists. Capcom [...]
1. ( 9 ) Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D (3DS, Nintendo) 2. ( 5 ) Resident Evil Revelations (PS3, Capcom) 3. ( 1 ) Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix (PS3, Square Enix) 4. ( 6 ) Animal Crossing: New Leaf (3DS, Nintendo) 5. ( 7 ) Grand Theft Auto V (PS3, Rockstar Games) 6. Show More Summary
eSports are soaring, but Capcom struggles to lead fighting games to the world stage
Capcom UK has officially cancelled their Resident Evil: Revelations blood pool PR event after the death of a a British army soldier, who is suspected to have died from a terrorist attack. The event was a bit hard to swallow to begin with, and while it's good to see that Capcom has come to their senses, it's a bit sad that it took this tragic event to do so. Link
MCV reports that Capcom has cancelled the "blood-filled swimming pool" promo event celebrating the launch of Resident Evil Revelations that they were planning to throw this weekend in London. The event was called off in reaction to yesterday's terrorist attack in Woolwich, London. Read more...
Capcom UK has cancelled its Resident Evil Revelations blood pool PR stunt following yesterday's Woolwich attack. Yesterday a British army soldier was killed in a suspected terrorist attack in south-east London. After the incident a man with his hands covered in blood was filmed saying he carried out the attack because British soldiers killed Muslims every day. Read more…
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Coming from an internet Capcom Q&A.... Q: What are your plans for the new "Gaist Crusher" title? A: Please accept that we are unable to disclose plans for individual titles. This title is not marketed solely as a home-use game, but has...Show More Summary
If you live in the UK and have been looking for a place to meet other hunters and hunt the night away, then look no further! Our Capcom office in Europe (Capcom Entertainment Europe Ltd) is opening its doors and inviting all of you to...Show More Summary
Some time ago, we learned off a rather odd project from Capcom -- a gritty Mega Man X FPS idea that never saw the light of day. Yep, Keiji Inafune gave Retro Studios the idea to re-imagine Mega Man similar to Metroid Prime, but the concept never got past the greenlight stage. Show More Summary