• Mega Man X: TruForce Collectible Project Should Signal Franchise Revival

    Recently, the relatively young toy company, TruForce Collectibles, launched a Kickstarter campaign. Essentially, the company wanted to finance a project to produce an official action figure...

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    Recently, the relatively young toy company, TruForce Collectibles, launched a Kickstarter campaign. Essentially, the company wanted to finance a project to produce an official action figure release for a radical new design of concept art for Mega Man X. The problem? It all started as an April Fool’s Day joke by Capcom. Capcom released some concept...
  • Street Fighter V Character Wish List

    So far, Capcom has revealed only three fighters for the character roster in the upcoming Street Fighter V video game. Charlie Nash was recently announced...

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    So far, Capcom has revealed only three fighters for the character roster in the upcoming Street Fighter V video game. Charlie Nash was recently announced as one of the characters for the game, joining Ryu and Chun-Li. Whenever there is a Street Fighter V video game, certain characters are expected and guaranteed. Characters like Guile,...
  • Street Fighter V: Skepticism Over PS4 Exclusivity

    During the 2014 PlayStation Experience keynote, Sony and Capcom officially announced that Street Fighter V is coming. They mentioned that the game is going to...

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    During the 2014 PlayStation Experience keynote, Sony and Capcom officially announced that Street Fighter V is coming. They mentioned that the game is going to be an exclusive title to PlayStation 4 and Windows PC. During the keynote, it was revealed that the only console Capcom is developing the game for is the PlayStation 4....
  • Dissecting Capcom’s Latest Remember Me Trailer

    One of this year’s more unique yet still anticipated video game title is Capcom’s Remember Me. While Capcom have been getting some negative press due...

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    One of this year’s more unique yet still anticipated video game title is Capcom’s Remember Me. While Capcom have been getting some negative press due to DLC practices and the sub-par Resident Evil 6, their newer IPs seem to be a saving grace. Dragon’s Dogma released to decent reception, and a new game on the...
  • Resident Evil Revelations 2 Hands-On Preview

    During PlayStation Experience, Capcom had a playable PlayStation 4 demo on hand for the upcoming latest installment of the Resident Evil franchise, Resident Evil Revelations 2....

    Resident Evil: Revelations 2
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    During PlayStation Experience, Capcom had a playable PlayStation 4 demo on hand for the upcoming latest installment of the Resident Evil franchise, Resident Evil Revelations 2. I am very excited about the format Capcom is going with here. The game will be a weekly episodic digital title. Not to mention, the game appears to be a...
  • DmC Devil May Cry

    A marmite franchise is made more palatable in a fresh bid to revitalise the Devil May Cry saga, but is the re-birth of one of...

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    A marmite franchise is made more palatable in a fresh bid to revitalise the Devil May Cry saga, but is the re-birth of one of gamings most iconic demon-hunters really a step in the right direction for both Capcom and Ninja Theory? I’m of the mindset that Devil May Cry was in desperate need of...
  • Resident Evil Revelations 2: Cinematic Prologue Exceptionally Sets the Stage

    The return to the world of survival horror is right around the corner with one of the revolutionary franchises of the genre. Resident Evil Revelations...

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    The return to the world of survival horror is right around the corner with one of the revolutionary franchises of the genre. Resident Evil Revelations 2 gloriously returns to form with the franchise. Capcom has released the actual in-game cinematic prologue for Revelations online early, on Facebook. The new video properly sets the stage for the...
  • Kickstarter Focus: Homesick

    Homesick is reminiscent of both Dear Esther and Fatal Frame—the beauty of the environment plays a crucial role in the player’s experience, while it can...

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    Homesick is reminiscent of both Dear Esther and Fatal Frame—the beauty of the environment plays a crucial role in the player’s experience, while it can just as easily betray them. It is an adventure game that is inspired by Monkey Island and Myst, and hopes to bring cutting-edge graphics to the genre along with its...
  • Mega Man: Time for Something New with the Blue Bomber

    Capcom’s signature character, Mega Man, has been on the shelf for far too long. With 2015 right around the corner, it is about time for...

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    Capcom’s signature character, Mega Man, has been on the shelf for far too long. With 2015 right around the corner, it is about time for the Blue Bomber to make a glorious return with a new video game. Mega Man’s recent appearances for Super Smash Bros. Wii U and Super Smash Bros. 3DS, provide a...
  • Could the Ouya Beat the XBOX360 and PS3?

    The Ouya didn’t become famous for its slick design or mediocre specs—it was the huge Kickstarter funding success that did it. It has exceeded its...

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    The Ouya didn’t become famous for its slick design or mediocre specs—it was the huge Kickstarter funding success that did it. It has exceeded its goal by several million dollars, making it one of the most successful Kickstarter campaigns to date. The low price of the console is probably its best-selling point—only $99, compared to...