Capcom has released the latest installment in its "Street Fighter V" character introduction video series.
Street Fighter V is set to arrive next week and with the game's release days away, Capcom has outline how the next year of competitive Street Fighter is shaping up. As part of a live stream outlined on the Capcom Fighters Twitch channel,...Show More Summary
Capcom did not announce a release schedule for the rest of the Street Fighter V post-launch characters.
One of these days, we’ll actually get to play Deep Down. Deep Down, the RPG Capcom announced all the way back in 2013 at the PS4 unveiling, has yet to materialise. Sure, we see some gameplay every now and then, but it’s usually footage without English commentary and don’t always highlight particular aspects of the […]
Deep Down was originally announced three long years ago this month, at the debut event for the PlayStation 4. Since then, the PS4 has gone from strength to strength, but poor little Deep Down is still nowhere to be seen. Fortunately,...Show More Summary
Capcom has been released a series of videos to introduce the fighters in its upcoming title "Street Fighter V."
Capcom released a CG trailer showcasing some of the new faces and a lot of returning characters as they prep for the game's release in the middle of February. The trailer clocks in at just over three minutes and features many of the announced fighters as well as showcases how they look in action. Click To Continue Reading
Capcom debuted a fully CG trailer for the upcoming Street Fighter 5 release and lo, it is glorious. Each of the game's 16 playable launch characters makes an appearance, M. Bison raises some havoc and Ryu gets super-duper angry. The game hits store shelves next Tuesday, February 16th but you can see the animated trailer after the break. Source: YouTube
Capcom hasn't confirmed anything, but producer Yoshinori Ono revealed that an Onimusha reboot could happen.
Capcom has released this new CG trailer of Street Fighter V which shows animated sequences for all 16 characters. The game is coming next week.
Capcom executives have not forgetting about the Onimusha series. Onimusha, the classic PS2 action franchise that’s been dormant for years, could one day be revitalised. That’s according to legendary producer Yoshinori Ono, who said that Capcom higher-ups are in fact talking about the franchise. “I’ve spoken internally with people who made Onimusha with me originally […]
According to Yoshinori Ono at Capcom, they are looking to potentially "revisit the series" at some point. Sure we've had the life-supportish browser game Onimusha Souls, but nothing siginficiant has come out of this franchise, not even a remaster (and Capcom loves those!) in years. Show More Summary
Street Fighter 5 release draws near with each passing day. It has been a while since a new title in this iconic franchise was released so naturally fans are very excited about finally getting their hands on it. Capcom is building upShow More Summary
One week away from release, Street Fighter 5’s CG trailer keeps the hype level high. Capcom has released one final trailer for Street Fighter 5 head of next week’s release. The new trailer is all CG, and it’s actually the full-length version of some of the footage we’ve seen before. The art style in use […]
We’re just a week away from the release of Street Fighter 5, and today, Capcom has released the title’s full-length CG trailer. The trailer shows its full roster in some form or another as we see Chun-Li, Cammy, Ken, Ryu and more throughout the video. Show More Summary
Are you in the market for some tasty Ace Attorney-brand hooch? Well then, buddy, look no further. Capcom has you covered with fine rice wine and some regular-ass grape wine plastered with Ace Attorney characters on the labels. I guess that's how they get away with charging ¥3,800 a bottle. Show More Summary
Capcom has gradually been introducing new characters that will feature in Street Fighter 5 by releasing trailers for the upcoming title. There will be 16 playable characters in the game and four of them are completely new. One of those...Show More Summary
Capcom's Resident Evil series has long been an unusually malleable franchise. Resident Evil started as a "survival horror" game on the original PlayStation. Resident Evil 4 added a strong focus on third-person shooting and action, RE5 added co-op, and RE6 was a terrible mess that brought shame to the families of its development staff. Show More Summary
More than a decade after launching on PSP in Japan, Breath of Fire III will arrive on PlayStation Network in North America next Tuesday, February 9, according to the latest PlayStation Blogcast. Back in 2013, Capcom's then-senior vice president Christian Svensson announced the company was looking into a North American release. Show More Summary
The launch of Street Fighter V is just around the corner so, in order to get everyone ready for the big launch, Capcom has started rolling out a series of videos meant to introduce fighting fans to the cast of brawlers. They kick things off with Ken.Click To Continue Reading