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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.
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.
Capcom has released a new three minute trailer detailing all the different game modes that will be available in Street Fighter V on day one when it launches on PC and PS4 on February 16th. The game will feature Tutorial, Story, Survival, Training and Network modes.
There are many out there like me who have not memorized the moves for Street Fighter games, but rather have button-mashing down to a science. Well, your casual button-mashing ways might finally be acceptable in a Street Fighter competition.
I'm sure many fans of Mega Man were hoping this would be the big news story to end all big news stories about Mega Man, but it's not. This is not about Capcom handing over to Nintendo the Mega Man license. Instead, it's about Capcom adding Mega Man content to Monster Hunter X on the Nintendo 3DS.
Survival horror fans have something to get excited about as Capcom has officially clarified that the upcoming Resident Evil 2 remake is not a straight remaster of the PlayStation classic, but rather a brand new version of the game built from the ground up.
Capcom is going to give players another opportunity to try out Street Fighter 5 before launch. An advertisement says that the beta test will go back online later in December.
Well it looks like Capcom might be looking to resurrect yet another last-gen game on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, as Resident Evil 6 has been rated for both of those consoles in Korea.
You may have noticed that U.S. brawler Ken has received a slight makeover for upcoming PlayStation 4 and PC fighter, Street Fighter V. It turns out some folks arenít too happy with those changes, but producer Yoshinori Ono says they were made for good reason.
Street Fighter V may still be several months away from hitting store shelves, but that doesnít mean we have to wait until February to find out what plans Capcom has in store for the storied fighter. Surprising no one, some details on upcoming characters may have already been leaked.
Capcom has been on a roll lately with their Street Fighter V content. Opposite of Namco with Tekken 7, Capcom has been consistently and frequently unveiling new characters and content, including an old-time favorite from Street Fighter II... Dhalsim.
One of the weakest points of Street Fighter's illustrious history has been its story. It's been hard to tell who exactly wins what and what happens to whom. Capcom hasn't really taken the story all that seriously but they seem to want to change that with the new game.
Over the years gamers have developed a love-hate relationship with Resident Evil. Many want the game to go back to its horror roots and bring back the survival aspects that have been replaced with more Hollywood blockbuster moments. Well, Capcom teases that they may return to the series' horror origins.
Capcom released some competitive gameplay footage of the upcoming Umbrella Corps, the team-based shooter due out for the PS4 and PC in early 2016. The gameplay footage clocks in at nearly five minutes.
Capcom will be holding a second beta test for Street Fighter 5 near the end of this month. Today the company shared some important details on the PS4 and PC test.