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Vivian Matthews 2021-07-27
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Capcom announced today that Monster Hunter Rise will soon be getting another collaboration with a classic Capcom game, after the first collaboration celebrated the release of Monster Hunter Stories 2. This next collaboration – simply called Capcom Collab 2 – is a crossover with the game Okami, which former Capcom subsidiary Clover Studio created and first released in 2006. Okami … Continue reading
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Willie Edwards 2016-12-03
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It s been a long time since fans have seen Iron Man take on the Blue Bomber, but that wait will finally be coming to an end.

At the PlayStation experience in Anaheim, California, Capcom unveiled the new trailer for Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, the latest entry in the long-running fighting game series.

Capcom also announced that Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 is being re-released on current-gen systems as a digital download.

More: Harambe vs Capcom lets the famous gorilla punch his way back to Africa

As the trailer opens, Mega Man approaches in what looks like an infinity stone before being blasted away by a blue energy beam.

Luckily, Ryu, from Street Fighter, iss there to pick him up.

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Michael Lofton 2019-04-17
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Earlier this week, Capcom revealed its entry into growing the plug-and-play console market with the Capcom Home Arcade.

The Capcom Home Arcade is a giant, plastic Capcom logo with two arcade sticks.

Capcom Home Arcade will have 16 built-in games, including classic fighting games like Street Fighter II (Hyper Fighting edition) and beat-em-ups like Final Fight.

It’s a cool lineup of games that includes some surprises, like Capcom’s Alien vs.

I haven’t played this in years, as it’s never had any console ports.

And since I’m giant a Mega Man fan, I love seeing The Power Battle on here.

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James Bice 2017-04-25
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Today is a big day if you’ve been waiting for more Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite information, as Capcom has delivered a lot of it.

These include the announcement of eight new characters and the reveal of Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite‘s special editions.

Starting things right off with all the new characters, player can expect to see Hulk, Thor, Rocket Raccoon, and Hawkeye on the Marvel side of things, while Chun-Li, Strider Hiryu, and Chris Redfield will be among the characters representing Capcom.

Ultron will also feature in this game, teaming up with Sigma from the Mega Man franchise to infect all organic life with a cybernetic virus.

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite will feature a new story mode that has heroes (and villians) from both Marvel and Capcom’s lineups working together to stop Ultron and Sigma from achieving their dastardly goals.

This is a first for the Marvel vs. Capcom series, as previous entries lacked a story mode entirely.

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Jeffrey Baldwin 2016-12-03
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Tell the internet that you were right about Marvel.Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite is coming to PlayStation 4 in 2017.

Sony announced the new entry in the fighting-game series is coming exclusively to its platform, which is similar to how the company locked up Capcom s Street Fighter V fighting game for the PS4 in 2016.As rumors suggested, Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite features characters inspired by the Marvel Cinematic Universe battling against classic Capcom heroes like Ryu and Mega Man.

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Dave Rogriguez 2017-02-10
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We ll finally get that something in 2017 — Capcom announced earlier this year that the next game in the series, Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, is coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

Details are scarce for now, but this is everything we ve heard about the game so far.

Right now, Capcom has only shown six characters from the game:

When Capcom announced Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite at PlayStation Experience in December, 2016, it revealed four characters; Mega Man X, Ryu, Iron Man, and Captain Marvel.

Captain Marvel is a brand new addition to the series.

That concept, however, has led many to concerns that X-Men and Fantastic Four characters will not make the cut, since Marvel does not own the film rights to those franchises.

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Bill Brown 2016-09-13
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Resident Evil 7 biohazard s release date is coming up quickly, and ahead of that Capcom has answered a big question prospective buyers have had: will the game support the PlayStation 4 Pro s HDR gaming and 4K capabilities?

The answer is yes, at least per a tweet Capcom sent out on its Twitter account in recent days.

That s great news for those who are upgrading to Sony s latest and greatest PlayStation console, especially considering the incredible graphics Capcom has been teasing for its upcoming game.

Capcom teased fans with Resident Evil 7 s eventual announcement for a while, then officially made it public at E3 this past June, showing off a trailer and also announcing the launch of a playable teaser.

Unlike the Silent Hills playable trailer, the playable teaser won t be pulled at least Capcom says it has no plans to do so ; it takes gamers to the same world RE7 is set in, but presents an experience entirely different from the game itself so as to avoid potential spoilers.

Capcom used its RE Engine for RE7; the company promises the game brings a shocking degree of visual fidelity.

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Filiberto Lahey 2018-07-20
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Razer has launched Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Arcade Stick, a new arcade fighting stick featuring Marvel and Capcom characters.

The controller is designed for the PlayStation 4, including modular construction and the ability to customize the device to each player’s requirements.

The Infinite Arcade Stick is based on the company’s existing arcade controller and was likewise created with modders in mind.

The Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Arcade Stick is black with an upper surface mostly covered by Marvel and Capcom artwork.

The device features a total of 10 buttons, as well as an 8-way joystick.

Users can open the joystick to access its cables and modify it in whatever way they’d like.

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Ralph Vandermeer 2017-04-26
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'Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite' is released this September.

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, the latest installment in the Marvel vs. Capcom series, is released across multiple platforms this September.

In the latest trailer (shown below) we get to see Sigma from the Mega Man X series of games merge with Ultron from the Marvel universe to form the seemingly unstoppable Ultron Sigma.

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Thomas Musick 2019-08-29
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In the wake of the Resident Evil 2 remake bringing us back to Raccoon City's zombie-infested streets earlier this year, developer Capcom is teasing the next game in the survival horror series.

The "Project Resistance" logo has the R and E in blood red, hinting at the connection, with a teaser trailer coming Sept. 9.

It'll drop at at 3 p.m. UTC (8 a.m. PT/11 a.m. EST/4 p.m. BST/1 a.m. AEST) that day, and the game will get a showcase Sept. 12, 13, 14, and 15 at Tokyo Game Show.

The PS4, Xbox One and Steam logos are shown at the bottom of the site, suggesting that it'll be available on current gen systems.

We don't know if it'll be Resident Evil 8 (the seventh game came out in 2017), a remake of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis or some kind of spinoff, and Capcom didn't immediately respond to a request for further comment.

We'll update this as soon as we know more, or when the trailer shows up.

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Anthony Breedlove 2017-02-16
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It could just be a legal formality, but Capcom has given fans a reason to remain excited about Deep Down.

Way back in early 2013, Japanese publisher Capcom revealed Deep Down, a PlayStation 4-exclusive action role-playing game that draws influence from classic dungeon crawlers as well as From Software s Dark Souls series.

The game has remained essentially missing in action since then, but it appears that the project is still in development, as Capcom renewed a trademark on the name.

Filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office on February 9, Capcom chose to renew its trademark on the name Deep Down, and it is listed as computer game software on the office s website.

This exact same process played out in 2016, with Capcom filing last February to renew the trademark on Deep Down without actually offering any more concrete information on the game.

More: Worlds collide as Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 hits Xbox One, PC in March

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Victor Schenck 2018-05-01
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In case you haven’t already heard, the Mega Man franchise turned 30 years old in December.

Capcom has celebrated this milestone in a number of ways, most notably revealing Mega Man 11 and announcing the Mega Man X Legacy Collection for release later this year.

Capcom isn’t done celebrating Mega Man‘s 30th, though, and what is has planned next is something die-hard fans might want to pick up.

Capcom announced today that it has teamed up with iam8bit to release special edition Mega Man 2 and Mega Man X cartridges for the NES and the SNES, respectively.

These are limited edition releases, and Capcom will only ship 8,500 copies of each game.

As you’d expect from something with production numbers that low, these cartridges are going to cost a pretty penny, clocking in at $100 each.

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Anthony Breedlove 2017-04-26
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If you’ve got a stable of characters like those under the banners of Marvel and Capcom, you’d be a fool not to monetize it to the max.

That’s exactly what these two are doing with Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, an upcoming crossover fighting game currently in development.

As you’ll see in the new trailer above, we know that Street Fighter’s Cung-Li, Strider Hiryu from Strider and Resident Evil’s Chris Redfield will be joining team Capcom.

Across the way on team Marvel, we’ve got Hawkeye, Thor, Hulk and Rocket Raccoon.

Ultron and Sigma from Mega Man X are also in the mix although they’ll be DLC (boo).

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite is scheduled to arrive on September 19 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC (Steam).

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Jerrell Lawson 2018-02-06
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Yesterday, February 5, Dead Rising developer Capcom Vancouver underwent a massive “restructuring,” which resulted in 30 percent of the studio being laid off and a project reportedly being canceled.

Capcom is adamant that it will continue with its zombie-killer series, but it looks like the hypothetical Dead Rising 5 will be less ambitious than was previously planned.

According to Kotaku, the next entry in the Dead Rising series had been “over-scoped and under-staffed,” and the decision to lay off staff was made in part because Capcom wished to scale back the game.

“Capcom Vancouver has undergone a restructure which has impacted approximately 30 percent of the studio as part of its regular periodic assessment of upcoming projects and overall studio goals,” Capcom said in a statement to Kotaku and other media outlets.

“The team is continuing to work hard to support the recent release of Puzzle Fighter for mobile and is dedicated to its flagship Dead Rising series.”

In an investor Q, Capcom admitted that Dead Rising 4 hadn’t resonated with critics, and attributed this to the game’s accessible nature.

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Benny Parkhurst 2019-04-16
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Revisit your arcade days with games like Street Fighter II, Ghouls 'N Ghosts and Final Fight with the Capcom Home Arcade, slated to ship this October.

It's available for preorder now, though only in Europe and via Capcom's online store.

It's priced at 230 euros, which converts to about $260, £200 or AU$360.

Capcom has packed an entire arcade machine into the just the controller, including on-board Wi-Fi.

You connect it to a TV or monitor via HDMI.

Capcom licensed the rights to the Austrian games publisher Koch Media, which manufactures the hardware.

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Edmond Garcia 2018-09-18
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Capcom has killed Capcom Vancouver.

Capcom Vancouver was best known for overseeing the Dead Rising series.

But if you know of anyone looking for an 18-year-experienced game designer, send them my way.

The Vancouver team was working on a number of games.

The company had to report those losses to comply with securities regulations because it expects to incur losses that it will not recoup.

Here’s a piece of that notice:

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Vivian Matthews 2021-07-27
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Capcom announced today that Monster Hunter Rise will soon be getting another collaboration with a classic Capcom game, after the first collaboration celebrated the release of Monster Hunter Stories 2. This next collaboration – simply called Capcom Collab 2 – is a crossover with the game Okami, which former Capcom subsidiary Clover Studio created and first released in 2006. Okami … Continue reading
Michael Lofton 2019-04-17
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Earlier this week, Capcom revealed its entry into growing the plug-and-play console market with the Capcom Home Arcade.

The Capcom Home Arcade is a giant, plastic Capcom logo with two arcade sticks.

Capcom Home Arcade will have 16 built-in games, including classic fighting games like Street Fighter II (Hyper Fighting edition) and beat-em-ups like Final Fight.

It’s a cool lineup of games that includes some surprises, like Capcom’s Alien vs.

I haven’t played this in years, as it’s never had any console ports.

And since I’m giant a Mega Man fan, I love seeing The Power Battle on here.

Jeffrey Baldwin 2016-12-03
img

Tell the internet that you were right about Marvel.Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite is coming to PlayStation 4 in 2017.

Sony announced the new entry in the fighting-game series is coming exclusively to its platform, which is similar to how the company locked up Capcom s Street Fighter V fighting game for the PS4 in 2016.As rumors suggested, Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite features characters inspired by the Marvel Cinematic Universe battling against classic Capcom heroes like Ryu and Mega Man.

Bill Brown 2016-09-13
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Resident Evil 7 biohazard s release date is coming up quickly, and ahead of that Capcom has answered a big question prospective buyers have had: will the game support the PlayStation 4 Pro s HDR gaming and 4K capabilities?

The answer is yes, at least per a tweet Capcom sent out on its Twitter account in recent days.

That s great news for those who are upgrading to Sony s latest and greatest PlayStation console, especially considering the incredible graphics Capcom has been teasing for its upcoming game.

Capcom teased fans with Resident Evil 7 s eventual announcement for a while, then officially made it public at E3 this past June, showing off a trailer and also announcing the launch of a playable teaser.

Unlike the Silent Hills playable trailer, the playable teaser won t be pulled at least Capcom says it has no plans to do so ; it takes gamers to the same world RE7 is set in, but presents an experience entirely different from the game itself so as to avoid potential spoilers.

Capcom used its RE Engine for RE7; the company promises the game brings a shocking degree of visual fidelity.

Ralph Vandermeer 2017-04-26
img

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This is a modal window.

Grab A Retirement Saver's Tax Credit

'Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite' is released this September.

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, the latest installment in the Marvel vs. Capcom series, is released across multiple platforms this September.

In the latest trailer (shown below) we get to see Sigma from the Mega Man X series of games merge with Ultron from the Marvel universe to form the seemingly unstoppable Ultron Sigma.

Anthony Breedlove 2017-02-16
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It could just be a legal formality, but Capcom has given fans a reason to remain excited about Deep Down.

Way back in early 2013, Japanese publisher Capcom revealed Deep Down, a PlayStation 4-exclusive action role-playing game that draws influence from classic dungeon crawlers as well as From Software s Dark Souls series.

The game has remained essentially missing in action since then, but it appears that the project is still in development, as Capcom renewed a trademark on the name.

Filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office on February 9, Capcom chose to renew its trademark on the name Deep Down, and it is listed as computer game software on the office s website.

This exact same process played out in 2016, with Capcom filing last February to renew the trademark on Deep Down without actually offering any more concrete information on the game.

More: Worlds collide as Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 hits Xbox One, PC in March

Anthony Breedlove 2017-04-26
img

If you’ve got a stable of characters like those under the banners of Marvel and Capcom, you’d be a fool not to monetize it to the max.

That’s exactly what these two are doing with Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, an upcoming crossover fighting game currently in development.

As you’ll see in the new trailer above, we know that Street Fighter’s Cung-Li, Strider Hiryu from Strider and Resident Evil’s Chris Redfield will be joining team Capcom.

Across the way on team Marvel, we’ve got Hawkeye, Thor, Hulk and Rocket Raccoon.

Ultron and Sigma from Mega Man X are also in the mix although they’ll be DLC (boo).

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite is scheduled to arrive on September 19 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC (Steam).

Benny Parkhurst 2019-04-16
img

Revisit your arcade days with games like Street Fighter II, Ghouls 'N Ghosts and Final Fight with the Capcom Home Arcade, slated to ship this October.

It's available for preorder now, though only in Europe and via Capcom's online store.

It's priced at 230 euros, which converts to about $260, £200 or AU$360.

Capcom has packed an entire arcade machine into the just the controller, including on-board Wi-Fi.

You connect it to a TV or monitor via HDMI.

Capcom licensed the rights to the Austrian games publisher Koch Media, which manufactures the hardware.

Willie Edwards 2016-12-03
img

It s been a long time since fans have seen Iron Man take on the Blue Bomber, but that wait will finally be coming to an end.

At the PlayStation experience in Anaheim, California, Capcom unveiled the new trailer for Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, the latest entry in the long-running fighting game series.

Capcom also announced that Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 is being re-released on current-gen systems as a digital download.

More: Harambe vs Capcom lets the famous gorilla punch his way back to Africa

As the trailer opens, Mega Man approaches in what looks like an infinity stone before being blasted away by a blue energy beam.

Luckily, Ryu, from Street Fighter, iss there to pick him up.

James Bice 2017-04-25
img

Today is a big day if you’ve been waiting for more Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite information, as Capcom has delivered a lot of it.

These include the announcement of eight new characters and the reveal of Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite‘s special editions.

Starting things right off with all the new characters, player can expect to see Hulk, Thor, Rocket Raccoon, and Hawkeye on the Marvel side of things, while Chun-Li, Strider Hiryu, and Chris Redfield will be among the characters representing Capcom.

Ultron will also feature in this game, teaming up with Sigma from the Mega Man franchise to infect all organic life with a cybernetic virus.

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite will feature a new story mode that has heroes (and villians) from both Marvel and Capcom’s lineups working together to stop Ultron and Sigma from achieving their dastardly goals.

This is a first for the Marvel vs. Capcom series, as previous entries lacked a story mode entirely.

Dave Rogriguez 2017-02-10
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We ll finally get that something in 2017 — Capcom announced earlier this year that the next game in the series, Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, is coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

Details are scarce for now, but this is everything we ve heard about the game so far.

Right now, Capcom has only shown six characters from the game:

When Capcom announced Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite at PlayStation Experience in December, 2016, it revealed four characters; Mega Man X, Ryu, Iron Man, and Captain Marvel.

Captain Marvel is a brand new addition to the series.

That concept, however, has led many to concerns that X-Men and Fantastic Four characters will not make the cut, since Marvel does not own the film rights to those franchises.

Filiberto Lahey 2018-07-20
img

Razer has launched Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Arcade Stick, a new arcade fighting stick featuring Marvel and Capcom characters.

The controller is designed for the PlayStation 4, including modular construction and the ability to customize the device to each player’s requirements.

The Infinite Arcade Stick is based on the company’s existing arcade controller and was likewise created with modders in mind.

The Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Arcade Stick is black with an upper surface mostly covered by Marvel and Capcom artwork.

The device features a total of 10 buttons, as well as an 8-way joystick.

Users can open the joystick to access its cables and modify it in whatever way they’d like.

Thomas Musick 2019-08-29
img

In the wake of the Resident Evil 2 remake bringing us back to Raccoon City's zombie-infested streets earlier this year, developer Capcom is teasing the next game in the survival horror series.

The "Project Resistance" logo has the R and E in blood red, hinting at the connection, with a teaser trailer coming Sept. 9.

It'll drop at at 3 p.m. UTC (8 a.m. PT/11 a.m. EST/4 p.m. BST/1 a.m. AEST) that day, and the game will get a showcase Sept. 12, 13, 14, and 15 at Tokyo Game Show.

The PS4, Xbox One and Steam logos are shown at the bottom of the site, suggesting that it'll be available on current gen systems.

We don't know if it'll be Resident Evil 8 (the seventh game came out in 2017), a remake of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis or some kind of spinoff, and Capcom didn't immediately respond to a request for further comment.

We'll update this as soon as we know more, or when the trailer shows up.

Victor Schenck 2018-05-01
img

In case you haven’t already heard, the Mega Man franchise turned 30 years old in December.

Capcom has celebrated this milestone in a number of ways, most notably revealing Mega Man 11 and announcing the Mega Man X Legacy Collection for release later this year.

Capcom isn’t done celebrating Mega Man‘s 30th, though, and what is has planned next is something die-hard fans might want to pick up.

Capcom announced today that it has teamed up with iam8bit to release special edition Mega Man 2 and Mega Man X cartridges for the NES and the SNES, respectively.

These are limited edition releases, and Capcom will only ship 8,500 copies of each game.

As you’d expect from something with production numbers that low, these cartridges are going to cost a pretty penny, clocking in at $100 each.

Jerrell Lawson 2018-02-06
img

Yesterday, February 5, Dead Rising developer Capcom Vancouver underwent a massive “restructuring,” which resulted in 30 percent of the studio being laid off and a project reportedly being canceled.

Capcom is adamant that it will continue with its zombie-killer series, but it looks like the hypothetical Dead Rising 5 will be less ambitious than was previously planned.

According to Kotaku, the next entry in the Dead Rising series had been “over-scoped and under-staffed,” and the decision to lay off staff was made in part because Capcom wished to scale back the game.

“Capcom Vancouver has undergone a restructure which has impacted approximately 30 percent of the studio as part of its regular periodic assessment of upcoming projects and overall studio goals,” Capcom said in a statement to Kotaku and other media outlets.

“The team is continuing to work hard to support the recent release of Puzzle Fighter for mobile and is dedicated to its flagship Dead Rising series.”

In an investor Q, Capcom admitted that Dead Rising 4 hadn’t resonated with critics, and attributed this to the game’s accessible nature.

Edmond Garcia 2018-09-18
img

Capcom has killed Capcom Vancouver.

Capcom Vancouver was best known for overseeing the Dead Rising series.

But if you know of anyone looking for an 18-year-experienced game designer, send them my way.

The Vancouver team was working on a number of games.

The company had to report those losses to comply with securities regulations because it expects to incur losses that it will not recoup.

Here’s a piece of that notice: