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If you were one of the lucky participants to get into the Street Fighter V beta, you're in for a bit of bad news.
Resident Evil 2 is a staple of the long-running survival horror series, but to this day it's still without its own HD remake. Independent developer team InvaderGames seeks to change that with its unofficial, non-profit release of Resident Evil 2 Reborn.
Capcom is heading in an interesting new direction with Street Fighter V's DLC, allowing players to earn characters and other additional content by simply playing the game. If you'd rather unlock things with a quickness, though, there will still be a for-pay plan in place, too.
Tons of new information have been revealed for Street Fighter V at this year's Comic Con in San Diego. In an interview with the brand manager for eSports at Capcom, some new details were revealed about the character costumes, skills and the upcoming beta.
Capcom sent out a short gameplay trailer that shows off a Brazil stage for Street Fighter 5. In the process, they also confirmed that another long-time series veteran will be returning for the game.
Ahead of the game's release on PC and PS4, gamers who really want to get in on some Street Fighter V action this summer can do so at Six Flags theme parks across the United States. Capcom announced that their AAA fighting game will be in attendance at special kiosks throughout the country.
Capcom has rolled out their plans for the Street Fighter V beta for both the PC and the PS4. For PC gamers the beta will get underway starting this fall. As previously reported, for PS4 gamers the beta starts much sooner but you'll have to pre-order the game to get in.
Setting up shop in the South Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center, the folks at Capcom brought a handful of games to show off at E3 2015, including Mega Man Legacy Collection and Street Fighter V.
We already knew that there would be a Street Fighter 5 beta. We didn't know until now, though, that the initial test will be exclusive to PS4.
Street Fighter V is currently in training for its debut on the PlayStation 4 and PC, but Capcom is taking this opportunity to familiarize future brawlers with a handful of the games upcoming tweaks and changes. Prepare your peepers for a brand new trailer focusing on the battle system.
The Blue Bomber is finally making a return to consoles and PC this summer as Capcom and Digital Eclipse announce Mega Man Legacy Collection, including six old school Mega Man games given the HD treatment, along with a few extra upgrades sure to please fans of the series.
Capcom rolled out the free monthly DLC for Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate on the Nintendo 3DS. The new content comes with a sparkling new trailer that shows off some fancy new gear that gamers will be able to acquire by completing various quests.
Capcom has officially announced Monster Hunter X for the Nintendo 3DS. The game brings back a lot of the classic weapons but also introduces lots of new moves, specials and attacks that gives the game a lot of pizzazz and flash. Check out the new announcement trailer to see what the game is all about.
Capcom is bringing another Resident Evil game to modern consoles. A remastered version of Resident Evil Zero is in development for PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.
A new trailer has revealed another new addition to the Street Fighter V roster: M. Bison. The long time villain of the series is making a return to form, complete with his Psycho abilities and cheap attacks that we all love to hate.