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Capcom revealed a brand new map for the upcoming third-person, multiplayer shooter, Umbrella Corps. The new map centers around the Antarctic base from Resident Evil: Code Veronica. The map features a number of Easter Eggs from the series along with a special mode.
Originally slated to arrive next month, it looks like prospective agents will have to wait a bit longer to sign up for the zombie-slaying action of Umbrella Corps.
One of the early games to release in 2016 with a lot of hype and tons of coverage was Street Fighter V. The game came out for PC and PS4 with a ton of promotion but very little content. Gamers and press complained alike, and Capcom has decided to listen.
Here comes a new challenger! As part of today's Street Fighter V update, the team at Capcom has introduced playable character Alex to the mix. You can get to know him a bit better through his introduction trailer, featuring a look at his special moves, V-Skill, etc.
When Capcom said that they were making Street Fighter V easy enough for casuals to pick up, I'm sure most people did not have in mind a baby mashing on the buttons of a fightstick and actually being able to win. Well, that's exactly what happened when a baby mashed on some buttons and beat the Story Mode with Birdie.
The newest addition to the Resident Evil franchise, titled Umbrella Corps, is a multiplayer-based survival horror shooter and itís supposed to be releasing in just a couple months. Just recently, Capcom announced yet another game mode for the upcoming spin-off, called Multi-Mission mode.
Capcom is known for squeezing every drop of revenue out of a franchise for as much as possible before shelving it, and they're certainly looking to do just that with Resident Evil. They have announced that there will be remakes inbound for three of their most recent survival horror games.
It looks like Capcomís latest fighting game, Street Fighter V, isnít doing so hot on PC. According to the latest figures, the game has barely moved more than 100,000 units in its first couple of weeks on virtual shelves.
Street Fighter V had a rocky launch on both PS4 and PC. The game had some major hiccups in the multiplayer and online matchmaking department, but Capcom has been working around the clock to issue fixes and get the game up and working for everyone as quickly as possible.
In lieu of the release of Capcom's Street Fighter V this week and the recent release of the Awakening DLC for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, Sony is allowing PS4 owners to get in a free weekend of PlayStation Plus, allowing gamers to play online for free.
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.