Capcom’s main western studio is being shut down, the publisher confirmed today. Employees at Capcom Vancouver, which was primarily known for the Dead Rising series and was already hit by layoffs earlier this year, were told today that the studio is closing.
Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle, including the arcade ports of Capcom side-scrolling classics like Final Fight, King of Dragons, Knights of the Round, and more, is coming to Switch on September 18.
The Mega Man 11 demo released on the Nintendo Switch yesterday and while it mostly feels like old-school Mega Man, a tiny change to how doors work somehow makes it feel like not-Mega Man. If you’ve ever played a Mega Man game, you’ve probably jumped into a boss door at one point either on purpose or by accident. Even…
Only! Capcom is releasing a 3.2-ounce solid gold Mega-Man figure. Measuring nearly 4 inches tall, it costs 2.4 million yen. That’s almost $22,000!
The 2001 action-adventure game Onimusha: Warlords is getting a remaster, publisher Capcom said today. It’ll be out on January 15, 2019 for PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Switch.
Monster Hunter: World’s dangerous Behemoth requires a lot of focus to take down. The battle, inspired by Final Fantasy XIV’s boss raids, is a huge change of pace from most fights and a hard roadblock for plenty of hunters. The extreme version of the fight makes things even harder, but a group of amazingly coordinated…
I’ve never written smutty fan fiction, but you can bet your butt that if I did, it would be about Phoenix Wright.
Capcom is releasing a Lexington typewriter-style keyboard. It costs 75,000 yen ($675) plus tax.
Video games often deal in illusions, proffering the fantasy of control and power even when your meaningful influence is minimal. Monster Hunter: World, the new third-person action game from Capcom, absolutely deals in fantasy. It plucks you from reality and sets you in the domains of exotically imposing monsters that…
Karaoke parlor Pasela Akiba Showadorikan in Tokyo’s Akihabara has a handful of seriously cool themed rooms.
Series stalwart Sagat is coming better-late-than-never to Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition, it was announced at EVO tonight.
This year’s Evolution Championship Series is almost the same as last year: the Mandalay Bay Convention Center is still packed with countless setups, players reigniting friendships and rivalries, and clusters of attendees erupting into screams during exciting matches. But Evo 2018 has one glaring omission in its lineup…
I’ve never enjoyed a single movement in a video game as much as the Mega Man X dash jump. I could dash jump all day—off ledges, up walls, across pits filled with spikes. For all the double jumps, dodge rolls, and infinite sprints I’ve encountered since, nothing has filled my heart with so much joy as slamming my thumb…
I’ve been replaying Capcom’s fabulous beast-em-up Monster Hunter: World on PC over the last few days, and am pleased to report that it’s running (and looking) noticeably better on PC than it did on PS4 Pro. However, getting it running smoothly required some tweaking, even on my powerful machine.
Zombies have been integral to horror games for decades now. Whether we’re doing a solo crawls through a haunted mansion, a fast-paced multiplayer kill-fest, or just side content in a first-person shooter series, the undead seem to be the one bad guy we can’t get enough of.
Monster Hunter: World’s Summer Twilight festival is live until July 26. It transforms the gathering hub with palm trees and an ice-sculpted dragon. It also brings back most event quests and adds two new armor sets to collect. There’s lots to do, but here’s what you should focus on.
Monster Hunter: Legends of the Guild is a new upcoming 3D animated special that’s slated for 2019. That’s all the official Monster Hunter Twitter account has announced so far.
If you’ve been holding out for the PC version of Monster Hunter World, here’s some good news: It’s coming on August 9, Capcom says.
Last month when the Resident Evil 2 remake was announced, some fans weren’t feeling the new faces Leon and Claire. Their appearances changed because Capcom had scanned real people and created character models based on that data. Here are those people.
In a new trailer intended to show off Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 and 2’s challenge mode where players can choose to fight two Maverick bosses at the same time, Capcom inadvertently revealed something even more important: the bosses in Mega Man X5 will no longer be named after the members of Guns N’ Roses.